WATCH: Ravens Release Carmelo Anthony-Narrated Hype Video Ahead Of Season OpenerAhead of tonight's Monday Night Football showdown with the Las Vegas Raiders, the Baltimore Ravens released a hype video on social media that, as WJZ's Mark Viviano said, "might make you want to play football."
Ravens Fans Across The Region Celebrate Purple Friday Ahead Of Monday's Season OpenerIt’s a new year with the same expectations as always. The Quest to become Super Bowl Champions has already started for the Ravens. Today is a chance for the fans to join the ride. 
Ravens Officially Place Edwards, Peters On IR With Season-Ending Injuries; Boyle Added To Short-Term IRThe Baltimore Ravens officially placed running back Gus Edwards and cornerback Marcus Peters on injured reserve Friday after both suffered season-ending ACL tears.
Ravens’ Edwards, Peters Have Injured Knees; Freeman AddedThe Baltimore Ravens listed running back Gus Edwards and cornerback Marcus Peters as limited in practice Thursday after ESPN reported the team feared each player has a torn ACL.
Harbaugh Says 'There's A Chance' Le'Veon Bell Could Suit Up For Season Opener Vs RaidersBaltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said "there's a chance" recent signee Le'Veon Bell could suit up for the team's opening game against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Ravens Seek Another Season-Opening Blowout Win Vs RaidersThe Ravens have won five straight season openers, outscoring opponents 177-26 in those games.
Seeking RB Help, Ravens Sign Le'Veon Bell To Practice SquadThe Baltimore Ravens signed Le’Veon Bell to their practice squad, adding another backfield option in the aftermath of J.K. Dobbins’ season-ending injury.
Ravens Are 'First Down' In Community Again at Curtis Bay ElementaryIt’s another big play for the birds and they’re always the “first down” in our Baltimore community.
Ravens Hosting Rally, Caravan For Countdown To Kickoff WeekThe Countdown To Kickoff Week is hosted in partnership with Miller Lite, and starts Wednesday. 
Ravens Teammates React To TE Mark Andrews' Contract ExtensionThe Baltimore Ravens inked tight end Mark Andrews to a four-year contract extension on Monday night, keeping the receiving threat in purple and black through the 2025 season. His teammates celebrated the deal on social media.
Ravens Agree To 4-Year, $56 Million Extension With AndrewsThe move keeps Andrews under contract through the 2025 season.