Fifteen months after winning the Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is attempting to rebound from the most disappointing season of his NFL career.
Baltimore Ravens Cornerback Lardarius Webb joined Glenn Younes on Sports Rehab to discuss a variety of topics regarding the Ravens. Webb is about to enter his sixth year in the NFL, all with the Ravens. […]
He’s only been a Raven for a couple weeks, and already rookie running back Lorenzo Taliaferro is in some trouble.
The Baltimore Ravens have signed first-round draft choice C.J. Mosley, an All-America linebacker from Alabama, to a four-year deal.
What really happened inside that casino elevator? Ray Rice’s lawyer suggests—through a hypothetical account—that the Ravens running back did not start the altercation with his wife.
Less than 48 hours after Ray Rice addressed the media about the infamous video tape that captured him dragging his wife off an elevator, Rice’s attorney is now speaking out about the case.
“I’ve failed miserably, but I wouldn’t call myself a failure.” That’s what Ravens star running back Ray Rice is saying in his first public statement since his February arrest in New Jersey.
Ravens running back Ray Rice will address the media for the first time since his assault arrest on Friday. His wife, Janay, will also be there.
What’s next for Ray Rice? The Ravens star works to move past a violent encounter with his wife. The football player’s lawyer admits it was a mistake and a lapse in judgment.
The name stands. M&T Bank and the Baltimore Ravens will remain partners for the next 10 years, the team announced Wednesday.
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore sun joined Bob and Glenn on Sports Rehab to discuss Ravens rookie minicamp and the possibility of playoff expansion in the NFL. The NFL owners have put off the discussion […]
He’s a Ravens receiver who likes to give. Tuesday, Jacoby Jones handed out a special gift to more than 300 Baltimore area students.