National Football League
Ray Lewis remembers when he was a twenty something kid on the Baltimore Ravens en route to a Super Bowl title.
The 49ers and Ravens are getting another shot at making the Super Bowl.
The eight teams left in the NFL playoffs can thank their special teams for a good part of their success. That’s one reason players are still upset Commissioner Roger Goodell has floated the idea of abolishing kickoffs altogether.
Ray Lewis will get at least one more dance, making for a very spirited purple Monday around Maryland.
Ray Lewis’ legacy reaches way beyond the football field. For almost two decades, he has given his time, money and love to all of Baltimore.
The New York Giants have enough problems of their own to consider those of the Baltimore Ravens, who have lost three straight and are carrying an injured list that includes a half-dozen key players.
Baltimore Ravens rookie cornerback Asa Jackson has been suspended for four games for violating the NFL’s policy on performance enhancing substances.
I’m not a Ravens apologist but I’m not going to apologize for a 10-point win on the road against a divisional opponent either.
The NFL has fined the Baltimore Ravens $20,000 for not listing safety Ed Reed on the team’s injury report with a torn labrum in his right shoulder, a violation of the league’s procedures for reporting injury information.
NFL referees are ready to become unnoticed again, just as they prefer.
The regular NFL officials returned to cheers, and the Baltimore Ravens sustained the feel-good vibe in the stadium by defeating the Cleveland Browns 23-16 on Thursday night.
For about a half of a decade, some people around the National Football League and even fans here have been very critical of Baltimore Ravens quarterback, Joe Flacco. When the criticism of Flacco starts, he’s often […]