The best atmosphere in which to watch the NFL’s opening games includes giant televisions, lots of beer and possibly some hot wings or fries. In other words, a sports bar. Here are the best places in Baltimore to watch the games.
Football is back in Baltimore. The Ravens face off against the New Orleans Saints in the first preseason game of the year.
With their heads tilted back and clasped hands pressed under their chins, DeMatha football players let their rhythmic exhalations fall over them in the steamy studio. As the 17 Stags were frozen in meditated form, sweat drizzled down their faces, none finding relief from the five skinny ceiling fans and loud vent recycling the room’s 104-degree air.
The Ravens are going above and beyond to make sure your game day experience is the best in the NFL. The team is spending millions of dollars in improvements at M&T Bank Stadium.
Former Raven Ray Rice goes on national television, saying he’s been rehabilitated. He’s pleading for a second chance in the NFL. So far, no team has hired him.
Ravens safety Matt Elam could be out for the season after getting hurt during practice on Saturday, according to our media partner The Baltimore Sun.
Football is just around the corner but today Ravens hit the field for the first day of training camp.
We’re still weeks away from the first Ravens game of the season, but on Wednesday players showed up for opening day of training camp.
Despite losing several key players during the offseason, the Baltimore Ravens have reason to believe they’re better than a year ago.
Rhythmic gymnastics and table tennis just missed the cut.
A former Towson University football player, who suffered a near fatal heatstroke two years ago, has sued the university after being told he wouldn’t be able to rejoin the team.
Hundreds of former players have filed a lawsuit claiming all 32 NFL teams, their doctors, trainers and medical staffs obtained and provided painkillers to players — often illegally — as part of a decades-long conspiracy to keep them on the field without regard for their long-term health.