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?
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.
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.
Ravens Know They Ultimately Have to Surpass the Chiefs
As the Chiefs play in their third AFC championship in three years, the Ravens can only look on and wish they had a rematch.
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.