Reynolds, Taliaferro, Zuttah Among Notable Baltimore Ravens WaivedIt's the time of year where NFL teams across the country have to shrink their rosters down to 53 players following the conclusion of the preseason.
Ravens Change Practice Schedule For A Pentagon TourThe Baltimore Ravens have altered their practice schedule to visit the Pentagon.
Ravens Using Organized Team Activities To Assess Potential ReceiversRyan Mink from BaltimoreRavens.com joined Rob and Ken to discuss the first few days of the team's Organized Team Activities.
Ravens Promote Keenan Reynolds To Roster, Place Jimmy Smith On IRThe Baltimore Ravens have placed CB Jimmy Smith on the injured reserve list and promoted WR/RS Keenan Reynolds to the 53-man roster.
Navy QB Smith Lost for Season With Torn ACLago Smith, who replaced Keenan Reynolds as Navy's starting quarterback, will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Navy's Kennan Reynolds Signed to Ravens Practice SquadNavy star Kennan Reynolds has been added to the Ravens practice squad on Sunday.
Baltimore Ravens Cut Forsett, ReynoldsIn a surprise move on Saturday, the Baltimore Ravens have cut running back Justin Forsett and Navy star Keenan Reynolds.
Former Navy Star Reynolds Finds Life In NFL To Be 'Humbling'Keenan Reynolds' foray into the NFL has overwhelmingly altered his perspective of the game.
With Reynolds Gone, Navy Depends On Tago Smith To Run OptionReynolds was a rare four-year starter who set a slew of school and NCAA records running Navy's triple-option offense. A sixth-round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens, Reynolds is currently trying to make it in the NFL as a slot receiver and returner.
Lombardi: Campanaro Is 'Worth Waiting On'Tony Lombardi joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk Alex Lewis, Michael Campanaro, the battle for the returner spots and more.
Department of Defense Changes The Rules For Professional SportsThe Department of Defense is changing the rules on Academy athletes having to serve a mandatory two-years of active service.
Defense Secretary: Navy's Reynolds, Swain Can Play in NFLDefense Secretary Ashton Carter says former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds can defer his military service to play in the NFL.
Top 5 Rookies Most Likely To Make An Impact For The RavensWith the NFL Draft and Rookie Minicamps wrapped up, lets take a look at the top 5 rookies most likely to make an impact in 2016.
Keenan Reynolds Granted Permission To Play In The NFLThe Baltimore Ravens received the news from Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus that Keenan Reynolds has been given permission to play full-time in the NFL this season.
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