Mike Wallace Accounts For Ravens Entire TD ProductionWallace signed with Baltimore as a free agent in March looking to revive a career that stalled last year in Minnesota. Two weeks into the season, the move has worked for both the Ravens and the 30-year-old receiver.
Clifton Brown Says Ravens Are 'Least Respected 2-0 Team'Clifton Brown from Comcast Sports Net joins the Norris and Long Show to recap the Ravens' Week 2 win over the Browns.
Though Far From Pretty, Ravens Are Off To Best Start In 7 YearsA year ago, Baltimore started 0-2 and finished 5-11. This season, the Ravens are off to their best start since 2009.
Broncos Win Super Bowl Rematch Over Panthers 21-20Denver's dominant defense came up big against Newton again and the Broncos escaped with a 21-20 victory over the Carolina Panthers Thursday night when Graham Gano missed a 50-yard field goal with 4 seconds remaining.
NFL's 2016 Season Kicks Off With Super Bowl 50 RematchThe 2016 season kicks off in earnest on Thursday with a rematch of Super Bowl 50, as the visiting Carolina Panthers look to exact revenge against the defending champion Denver Broncos.
Ten Things To Know About Baltimore Ravens Vs. Buffalo BillsThe Buffalo Bills will be the bad guys on Sunday afternoon when the Baltimore Ravens kick off the 2016 season at M&T Bank Stadium.
Flacco, Forsett Among Several Ravens Eager To Start Anew"Feed me," Forsett said. "It's been a long journey back, and I'm excited to get back out there with my boys."
Coming Off 5-11 Season, Ravens Face Uncertainty"Either we're going to be good or we're not," he said. "I have reasons for optimism, and I have reasons for pessimism."
Cam Newton: I Took Super Bowl Loss 'Extremely Personal'The NFL Most Valuable Player instead took on a serious tone talking about Thursday night's regular season opener, a Super Bowl rematch with the Denver Broncos.
These Aren't The Same Broncos Who Won It AllBroncos quarterback Trevor Siemian will throw his first pass as a pro Thursday night when the Super Bowl champs kick off the 2016 season against the Carolina Panthers.
A Preview Of The 2016 Baltimore RavensThe Baltimore Ravens went 5-11 last season, but with some new faces, returning key players and a brand new roster, the team is looking to turn 2016 into a more memorable season.