Baltimore Ravens Cut Forsett, ReynoldsIn a surprise move on Saturday, the Baltimore Ravens have cut running back Justin Forsett and Navy star Keenan Reynolds.
Ravens Sign Running Back Stephen HoustonThe Ravens have signed running back Stephen Houston to help "alleviate the workload" on the running backs in training camp.
Ravens Sign RB Trent RichardsonThe Ravens signed RB Trent Richardson this morning just before the start of the offseason workout program. Richardson, the No. 3 overall pick of the 2012 draft, was out of football last season.
Justin Forsett Brings Baltimore Football To ItalyBaltimore Raven Justin Forsett has had a very busy offseason meeting with President Barack Obama, spearheading a relief effort in Flint, Michigan, and traveling to Italy.
Ravens To Sign Running Back Trent RichardsonThe former Alabama running back Trent Richardson is expected to sign a free agent deal with the Baltimore Ravens.
Cleveland Browns Reportedly Have Discussed Signing Ray RiceAccording to Sports Illustrated, the Cleveland Browns have discussed signing the former Ravens running back.
Ravens RB Nearly Delivers New Baby In Snow StormRavens running back Justin Forsett and his wife welcomed their new baby boy on Saturday night, and Justin almost had to deliver him.
Ravens Have Overcome Distractions And InjuriesThe Baltimore Ravens realized nothing was going to come easy this season when they lost their opener at home against division rival Cincinnati.
Justin Forsett Hits Ground Running For RavensInstead of having Ray Rice bounce back from a disappointing 2013 season, Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett is enjoying the best year of his career.
Ray Rice Arrives For Appeal HearingAn appeal hearing is underway for former Ravens star running back Ray Rice. The two-day hearing is taking place in New York, as the running back appeals his indefinite suspension with the NFL over domestic violence.
Ravens RB Pierce Makes A Run At Keeping Rice's JobIf Bernard Pierce keeps running as impressively as he did against the Pittsburgh Steelers, he soon might carve out his own identity.
Ravens Seek To Rebound From Rough Start To Season The Baltimore Ravens have more to worry about than just moving forward without Ray Rice.