Ravens Hire Anthony Weaver as Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach
Baltimore is bringing back Anthony Weaver, who was drafted by the Ravens in 2002 and last served as the Houston Texans' defensive coordinator.
Ravens Sign Former Steelers Wide Receiver to Futures Contract
A standout at Clemson, Deon Cain was a sixth-round pick of the Indianapolis Colts in 2018 and spent the past two seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Health Updates on Ravens' Top Injured Players
Head Coach John Harbaugh said he expects cornerback Tavon Young to be ready for OTAs and Ronnie Stanley and Nick Boyle back by training camp.
John Harbaugh Would Like to Add a Big, Physical Wide Receiver, But He Isn't Begging
There will be a lot of talk about adding a free-agent wide receiver this offseason. But does it make sense financially and who would be a good fit?
John Harbaugh Defends Ravens' Offensive Attack, Aims for Better Passing Efficiency
Baltimore's passing scheme and routes have been called too basic by Steve Smith Sr. and Kurt Warner in recent weeks. John Harbaugh strongly disagrees.
Bills Mafia's Donations Nearing Half a Million in Support of Lamar Jackson, Blessings in a Backpack
Bills fans challenged Chiefs fans to reach $500,000 before Sunday's AFC Championship game and it's at $445,500 as of Jan. 19.
Mark Ingram Officially Released, Thanks Ravens in Goodbye Message
Ravens running back Mark Ingram said he's 'looking forward to [his] next opportunity' and thanked the organization, fans and teammates.
Bills Fans Are Donating to Lamar Jackson's Favorite Charity
After Lamar Jackson was knocked out of the divisional playoff games with a concussion, Bills Mafia sent their well wishes.
Ravens Sign 11 Players to Reserve/Future Deals, Waive Four Veterans
Baltimore will retain quarterback Tyler Huntley and other rookies to groom this offseason.
Pending Free Agents Matthew Judon, Willie Snead IV Talk About Their Futures
The Ravens have some tough decisions to make with two of their leaders and most productive players on their respective sides of the ball.
Lamar Jackson Makes First Public Comments Since Buffalo Loss
The Ravens quarterback talked about being proud of his team and said he'll be back (and better) next year.