Go inside the Ravens’ team meeting when the passing of ‘C.B.’ was announced. Players and coaches were stunned, as they were all hoping to see their friend at least one more time.
We’re all curious to see what the 2016 Ravens can do, and it starts with a tough test against Rex Ryan’s Bills. Although the Ravens are under the radar, there’s a lot to be hopeful about.
Senior Vice President of Public Relations Kevin Byrne explains the team would salute a player like Colin Kaepernick for taking a stand, and ask him if he could find another way and time to express that.
First-round pick Breshad Perriman's debut makes tonight's game against the New Orleans Saints the most exciting fourth preseason game in the history of the world.
Senior VP of Public and Community Relations Kevin Byrne gives his observations on the mood of the team, speed of the defense, return of Breshad Perriman, added veteran leadership and more.
Kevin Byrne caught up with legendary linebacker Ray Lewis to talk about his relationship with the greatest Olympian of all time.
Tom De Leonardo died trying to save another man's life in a car fire. On Tuesday morning, his family came to Ravens training camp practice to present Harbaugh with a stained glass picture his wife, Debbie, crafted.
Senior Vice President of Public & Community Relations Kevin Byrne offers tales from training camp, including hard work and some fun.
John Harbaugh had the room's attention Wednesday evening at the first full-team meeting for the 2016 Ravens.
After a 5-11 finish and a myriad of injuries, it’s hard to predict big things for the Ravens in 2016. But, here are several reasons why you can feel encouraged.
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