Training camp is just more than a week away, and there will be plenty of news, updates and fun insights.
Before it begins, it's time to update your list of those you follow on Twitter.
Keep in mind that there are tons of people on Twitter who cover the Ravens or tweet about the team, and not every single one can be listed. If you have further recommendations, post them in the comments section below.
Without further ado, here's the list and why you should follow them:
Duh. This is home base for all Ravens fans.
Smith may be the Ravens' most active player on Twitter, which is why he gained the nicknamed "Tweet" from teammates during his rookie season. He pulls back the curtain and lets fans into his personal life, including cute pictures of his baby boy, T.J.
Tucker's hilarious and also lets fans in his personal life.
He's hilarious like Tucker and has frequent motivational messages with insight into his training routine.
@ryanmink and @gdowning14BaltimoreRavens.com Staff Writers Ryan Mink and Garrett Downing
Follow for insider perspective that's not coming from the mouth of the team.
The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec
Zrebiec frequently answers fans' questions about the Ravens.
The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson
Wilson gives every morsel of detail involving the Ravens, including transactions, contract information and quotes. He also breaks a lot of updates about other players around the NFL.
Cowboys pick up Rolando McClain's tolled nonguaranteed contract of $700,000 for 2014. He also has $400,000 incentives based on playing time — Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) July 1, 2014
ESPN Blogger Jamison Hensley
He mostly sends out links to his stories – of which there are many – and they are insightful.
Voice of the Baltimore Ravens
Sandusky will sometimes offer his level-headed, thoughtful opinion on different issues.
Ravens trade Rolando McClain to Dallas. Might be Ozzie's most deft move yet. Adds 6th rd pick for a 7th rd pick a player who quit twice. — Gerry Sandusky (@GerrySandusky) July 1, 2014