Head Coach John Harbaugh and key players will address the media following Thursday's practice during the first week of Organized Team Activities.
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The sixth-round pick is used to being overlooked and uses it as motivation. He also explains why he wore special cleats at the NFL Scouting Combine for slain Virginia police officer Ashley Guindon.
I have a feeling I know what Ravens rookie offensive lineman Alex Lewis is going to be “asked” to perform for the veterans during training camp. The 6-foot-6, 315-pound Lewis is a trained dancer who is particularly proud of his ballroom dancing skills. He’s quite a blend of both his parents. Lewis’ ...
Three Reasons Why Joe Flacco Will Throw For 4,000 Yards For eight seasons we have talked about the possibility of quarterback Joe Flacco breaking the 4,000-yard passing mark. And for eight seasons, the milestone has eluded him. You know what they say: ninth time’s a charm (or something like that). ...
The fourth-round pick might regret revealing a secret ballroom dancing talent. He also gives his side of the crazy draft call he received from the Ravens. Plus, his favorite television show and animal.
The greatest day of the rookie’s life was an insane game in which he set the NCAA record for most yards per catch. Plus, Moore revealed his favorite show is M*A*S*H, which ran on TV a decade before he was even born.
The Ravens' new secondary coach, who is widely respected in league circles, loves his role as a teacher and quickly took his new rookies to school. He not only taught them new technique, but also enlightened them on the 1950s television sitcom 'Leave It To Beaver.'
Ray Lewis Explains How Pro Athletes Go Broke Future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis is focused on helping young athletes gain long-term financial stability. During a 17-year NFL career, he saw firsthand how bad investments and wild spending can destroy players’ bank accounts. His advice: pay ...
Does Taco Bell sponsor the fifth-round rookie? Because the newest Ravens’ sack master says he loooooves to eat there. Judon also talks about his transition from a small school to the NFL, and still aims to get 20 sacks like he did his senior year.
The second-round pick discussed his role on the Ravens defense and where he can improve his game. The Native Hawaiian also revealed a secret about his surfing skills.
The fourth-round pick out of Michigan took some rapid-fire questions, including his favorite song and animal, and what career he would pursue if he wasn’t in the NFL.