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.
Toni Lombardi talks to Scott and Jeremy with his update from Ravens Training Camp.
The Ravens are officially back in downtown Baltimore, even though their first preseason game isn’t until next week. WJZ was with the Ravens for their only open practice in front of a fired-up crowd.
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.
Play like a Raven! Hundreds of Maryland’s youth got the opportunity to do that Saturday morning.
The Ravens are holding an open practice Monday night at 7 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium and all are welcome to attend.
Football is just around the corner but today Ravens hit the field for the first day of training camp.
More news from training camp, cornerback Lardarius Webb failed his conditioning test, which kept him off the practice field when training camp began this week in Owings Mills and earned him a spot on the physically unable to perform list until he passes.
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.
Oftentimes when sports stars move on to new teams, you no longer see them in the community.
The Baltimore Ravens will hold their annual Military Appreciation Day on Aug. 3.