Houston Texans Reportedly Hiring David Culley as Head Coach, Giving Ravens Two Draft Picks
The Ravens will have to replace a highly-respected offensive coach, but get a third-round pick in each of the next two NFL drafts via the league's new minority hiring incentive.
Mailbag: Why Don't the Ravens Get a No. 1 Wide Receiver?
How will the Ravens generate more pass rush? Will the Ravens sign a center? Is the Rob Ryan hire insurance for Wink Martindale?
Late for Work 1/27: Ravens Land Wide Receiver in Mel Kiper's First Mock Draft
How a head coaching opportunity for David Culley could benefit the Ravens. Has the AFC become a one-team conference?
Eisenberg: Keeping Their Best Young Players Is Ravens' Surest Path
Some may think it's best to acquire a marquee wide receiver, but I think the Ravens are more concerned about having enough cap room to keep their best, young players.
Ravens Impressed With Trace McSorley and Tyler Huntley as Backup Quarterbacks
The Ravens liked what they saw from Trace McSorley and Tyler Huntley, who will compete to win the No. 2 quarterback spot behind Lamar Jackson.
Players to Watch at the 2021 Senior Bowl
The Ravens will surely have their eyes on the outside linebackers, wide receivers and offensive linemen at this year's Senior Bowl.
Morgan Cox Feels Sad, But Honored By His Long Run With Ravens
General Manager Eric DeCosta said the Ravens are moving forward with younger long snapper Nick Moore.
Late for Work 1/26: One Pundit Says Ravens Should Wait on Extending Lamar Jackson
Analyzing Eric DeCosta's comments about signing at 'No. 1' receiver. A Pittsburgh writer says the Steelers should pursue Mark Ingram II. Pro Football Focus mocks a wide receiver to the Ravens in the first round.
Eric DeCosta Talks About Extensions for Mark Andrews and Orlando Brown Jr.
Two key players from the 2018 draft class, Mark Andrews and Orlando Brown Jr., could be in line for contract extensions during the offseason.
Eric DeCosta: It's Not All About Getting a No. 1 Wide Receiver
General Manager Eric DeCosta is happy with the progress of his young wide receivers and says improving Baltimore's passing game is multi-faceted.
Byrne Identity: Hammerin' Hank Loved the Ravens
Kevin Byrne shared stories about his interactions with Hall of Fame baseball player Hank Aaron, who died Friday at 86.