|17||Bengals||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|16||Colts||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|15||@Browns||W 31 - 27||1||1|
|14||@Steelers||W 31 - 27||1||1|
|13||Lions||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|12||Texans||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|11||@Packers||W 31 - 27||1||1|
|9||@Titans||W 31 - 27||1||1|
|8||Dolphins||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|7||@Vikings||W 31 - 27||1||1|
|6||Bears||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|5||@Raiders||W 31 - 27||1||1|
|4||Steelers||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|3||@Jaguars||W 31 - 27||1||1|
|2||Browns||L 27 - 31||1||1|
|1||@Bengals||W 31 - 27||1||1|
|2011||New York Jets||0||0|
|2012||New York Jets||16||16|
|2013||New York Jets||16||16|
Report: Austin Howard Signing With Indianapolis Colts
Last year’s 16-game starter will likely be replaced by James Hurst or Orlando Brown Jr. The Colts’ signing does not affect compensatory picks.
Late for Work 4/10: Ray Lewis Doubles Down on Odell Beckham Jr. Comments in Fiery Sermon
Jeremy Maclin gets ‘preliminary inquiries’ from the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys. Austin Howard goes on second visit. Ozzie Newsome owns one of best first-round records over last 10 years. WBAL producer is fighting cancer.
Late for Work 4/9: What Happened With Cameron Meredith? Sorting Through Ravens' QB Draft Buzz
Would the Ravens really draft a QB at 16? Or do they just want teams to think they will? The Saints hosted former Ravens tackle Austin Howard on a visit. The Jaguars worked out RGIII just before he signed with Baltimore. Mel Kiper and Todd McShay's 'dueling' two-round mock draft.
Offensive Line Looking Better Than Last Year, Here's the Initial Starting Lineup
Ravens Head Coach said the offensive line is in better shape than it was last year at the time because it already has more flexibility and depth.
Late for Work 3/22: Ozzie Gets Creative With Two Rare Visits From Restricted Free-Agent Receivers
Benjamin Watson signing with the Chiefs would put the Ravens in line for a third-round comp pick. Would Baltimore and Austin Howard be open to a reunion at a lower price? Jensen's big contract is a reminder that late-bloomers exist.
Late for Work 3/20: Eric Ebron Is Gone. Examining What Comes Next on Ravens' To-Do List
Reasons to bring Mike Wallace back. A detailed film breakdown of Michael Crabtree. John Brown points to cyst as main health problem, not sickle cell. Where the Ravens stand now in salary-cap room.
Here's an Update on Ravens' Current Free Agents
The Ravens have talked with the agents for Mike Wallace and Michael Campanaro, and the Patriots are reportedly interested in adding right tackle Austin Howard.
Eisenberg: Reaction to the Ravens' Crazy First Week of Free Agency
Ravens columnist John Eisenberg looks back on the unusual week, including Ryan Grant’s voided contract, newly signed wide receivers Michael Crabtree and John Brown, Brandon Williams’ restructure and veteran cuts.
Late for Work 3/15: What People are Saying About Next Tier of Available Receivers
Nelson scheduled to visit Baltimore. After Nelson, Wallace is best available wide receiver. Crabtree could be released. Ebron and Eifert are best tight ends available. Boldin becomes free agent again. Jensen takes two visits. Three big 2017 offensive Ravens' signings are gone. Hurst's contract details. Williams had surgery.
Late for Work 3/14: Wide Receiver Market Goes Bananas! Grades and Reaction to Ravens' Signings
Who is Ryan Grant, and did Baltimore overpay him? Ravens aggressively pursuing Jordy Nelson, but he's scheduled to visit Raiders. Danny Woodhead could still return. Ravens created $9 million in cap space. Decision on Jeremy Maclin must be made by Friday. Brandon Carr is staying because he 'stabilized a long-problematic' at the No. 2 CB spot.
Eisenberg: Where's the Splash?
Perhaps the more accurate question is, what’s a splash? The Ravens’ fan base is awaiting a wide receiver move that will get them excited.
Reports: Ravens Not Picking Up Austin Howard's Option
The Ravens will have a new starting right tackle in 2018, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Late for Work 3/13: More Big-Time WR Options Gone; Ravens Still in Running for Jimmy Graham
Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins will sign with the Bears and Chiefs, respectively. James Hurst getting starter money makes Austin Howard's future cloudy. Youth movement hurt Lardarius Webb's chances. The Bengals got a stud left tackle in a major trade with the Bills.
Ravens Re-Sign Versatile Offensive Lineman James Hurst to 4-Year Deal
James Hurst started all 16 games last year, including 15 at left guard, and has extensive experience backing up both tackle spots.
No Decisions Made Yet on Potential Salary-Cap Cuts
General Manager Ozzie Newsome was asked whether he anticipates a return for wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and cornerback Brandon Carr.
Eisenberg: Investing in the Running Game Might Be the Smartest Move of All
The Ravens' rushing attack was much improved last year, but can become special with more resources on the offensive line or at running back.
Late For Work 2/22: Five Wide Receiver Prospects Steve Smith Is Most Excited About
This blueprint for the Ravens offseason may surprise you. Ravens free agent tight end Crockett Gillmore is converting to offensive lineman. Renovated Under Armour Performance Center is a free-agency draw. Ravens fired up by U.S. women's hockey gold.
2018 Ravens Mock Draft Monitor 3.0
Draft analysts are locking into two positions for the Ravens: wide receiver and offensive tackle. See the latest projections for pick No. 16.
Late for Work 2/20: Would Ravens Really Draft an Offensive Tackle in the First Round?
Ravens did a good job knowing when to hold 'em and fold 'em in last year's free agency. Ignore strength of schedule rankings. Marlon Humphrey still wants to sing the National Anthem.
Eisenberg: Durability Must Be a Prime Factor in the Ravens' Roster Building This Offseason
Looking back at last year's free-agent signings, such as Brandon Carr and Danny Woodhead, demonstrates that injury history can be a predictor for availability in the future.
Late for Work 2/16: Ranking Top Five Receivers and Tight Ends in NFL Draft
Can the Ravens save any money with Joe Flacco's contract? Gil Brandt: Baltimore is a potential fit for Jarvis Landry and Ezekiel Ansah. Chuck Clark and Bam Bradley could have significant roles in 2018. John Harbaugh's message to the victims and families of the Florida school shooting.
Brian O'Neill Says It Means Nothing to Be Mocked to Ravens by Mel Kiper
Pittsburgh offensive tackle Brian O'Neill said he's focused on getting better, not on where mock drafts say he might be selected.
If Calvin Ridley Is Gone, What Receiver Could Ravens Draft at 16? Mel Kiper Says 'Nobody'
In his first mock draft, ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper projects the Ravens to take Pittsburgh offensive tackle Brian O'Neill in the first round. Kiper tried to fit a playmaker, but couldn't make it work.
Late for Work 1/19: Jefferson Doubles Down on Landry, Mock Draft Jokes, Chances of Drafting QB
The Ravens safety says salary-cap space can be made if a player is truly coveted. A right tackle can be considered an offensive playmaker, right? Are the Ravens giving themselves enough chances to land a strong offensive skill position player? A quarterback could be drafted in the third round, where Baltimore is expected to have a compensatory pick.
Late for Work 1/18: Analysts Name Seven Potential Ravens Salary-Cap Casualties
Ravens' top executives meeting at Steve Bisciotti's home this week. Steelers making a change at offensive coordinator despite No. 3 league ranking. Terrell Suggs and Eric Weddle snubbed from active player Hall of Fame candidate list.
Ravens Report: One-on-One Interview With Austin Howard
The Ravens' new right tackle talks about the keys to overcoming the big loss of right guard Marhsal Yanda. He also said the offensive line takes pride in the opening holes for the Ravens' rushing attack and keeping quarterback Joe Flacco clean.