|6||@Titans||W 21 - 0||1||0|
|5||@Browns||L 9 - 12||1||0|
|4||@Steelers||W 26 - 14||1||0|
|3||Broncos||W 27 - 14||1||0|
|2||@Bengals||L 23 - 34||1||0|
|1||Bills||W 47 - 3||1||0|
News & Notes 10/15: After Stretch of Road Games, Ravens Want to Stack Wins at Home
John Harbaugh is pleased with Bradley Bozeman’s debut. Ravens trying to solve batted balls. John Brown’s stats dip is not concerning.
News & Notes 8/27: Tim White and Jordan Lasley Stepped up in Wide Receiver Competition
Tight end Nick Boyle talks about the loss of rookie Hayden Hurst. Rookie Bradley Bozeman is not competing for a starting spot. Lamar Jackson made a ‘big jump’ in his fourth game.
Late for Work 5/14: What to Expect from Each Ravens Draft Pick Now and Later
When will the Ravens’ four remaining draft picks sign their rookie deals? League insider names Lamar Jackson as one of the biggest steals of Round 1. The Cleveland Browns are the most improved team in the division; Pittsburgh Steelers among the most vulnerable division winners.
Eisenberg: Seven Questions for Ravens' Improved Offensive Line
There’s plenty of optimism surrounding the Ravens offensive line, but it’s unclear how some of the particulars will shake out.
Late for Work 5/10: What to Buy With New Money? WRs Jordan Lasley & Jaleel Scott Film Breakdown
The money opened up by restructuring Tony Jefferson’s contract is mostly already spoken for. The Ravens’ draft improved the team’s Super Bowl odds. Looking at week-by-week favorites. Eagles bring in Courtney Upshaw for a visit after meeting with Terrance West. A list of former Ravens still looking for work.
Late for Work 5/8: Early Look at Ravens Offensive Depth Chart and Roster Battles
There are a lot of new faces at the wide receiver and tight end positions, and the Ravens have to choose how many quarterbacks to keep. Rutgers’ Janarion Grant brings intriguing potential as a returner. Which rookie QB will have the best NFL career?
Late for Work 5/7: What to Make of Flacco & Jackson Not Talking Yet; Rookie Minicamp Standouts
Peter King: Joe Flacco has gotten the message. Two pluses for Lamar Jackson over the weekend: accuracy and likability. Rookie camp standouts include Hayden Hurst, Mark Andrews and Jordan Lasley. Four rookies remain unsigned.
Eight Ravens Draft Picks Sign During Rookie Minicamp
The fourth- through seventh-round picks all signed their four-year rookie deals before the end of their first weekend of practices.
Notebook: First Impressions From Ravens Rookie Minicamp
It probably goes without saying, but there's a big difference in the way practices look with Lamar Jackson under center compared to Joe Flacco. Fifth-round wide receiver Jordan Lasley impressed. The Ravens' rookie tackles stand out physically.
Numbers Assigned to 2018 Ravens Rookie Class
The Ravens have handed out jersey numbers to every member of the rookie class.
Eric DeCosta: Ravens Would've Taken Derwin James at No. 16
The Ravens had their eyes on Florida State safety Derwin James, who Assistant General Manager Eric DeCosta called ‘one of the best players in the draft.’ But the value of trading back proved too strong.
Random Facts & Stats About This Year's Ravens Draft Class
The Ravens hadn’t drafted a player from UCLA since Jonathan Ogden in 1996. Baltimore has now taken Alabama players in consecutive drafts.
Top Question for Each 2018 Ravens Draft Pick
How much can Hayden Hurst contribute immediately? How much improvement will Lamar Jackson make as a pocket passer? Will Orlando Brown Jr. be fast enough for the NFL?
Watch These College Highlights of All 12 Ravens Draft Picks
Want to get excited about Baltimore’s draft haul? Here are highlights from around the Web.
Eisenberg: Ozzie's Last Draft Was a Drop-The-Mic Moment
Ozzie Newsome's final draft was a master's class in draftology, and it reminded the rest of the pro football world why his "Wizard of Oz" nickname is still so appropriate.
Round 6: Ravens Select C Bradley Bozeman at No. 215
General Manager Ozzie Newsome added more competition for the starting center spot with a hard-nosed Alabama product.
Round 6: Ravens Select OT Greg Senat at No. 212
The Ravens used a sixth-round pick to add some offensive line depth from a small school. Senat made the transition to football after playing basketball for the Wagner Seahawks for two years.
Mailbag: Ravens' Defensive Leader With C.J. Mosley Injured
When will Orlando Brown Jr. crack the starting lineup? Could Bradley Bozeman take over at center?
Baltimore Ravens select Alabama center Bradley Bozeman No. 215 in the 2018 NFL Draft
Ravens fan Jason Jester announces the Baltimore Ravens' selection of Alabama center Bradley Bozeman with the No. 215 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.