The veteran defensive back will wait to see if the Ravens pick up his contract option.
Tight end Mark Andrews and safety Chuck Clark talk about the Ravens' offseason moves, CBA changes and how they're dealing with the COVID-19 lockdown.
Former Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco talks about Marshal Yanda's career and the battles they had together.
When Marshal Yanda was a rookie, he made an 'easy' $600 by being shocked -- twice -- by a taser brought in by some of the veterans.
In Marshal Yanda's first padded practice as a rookie, Terrell Suggs knocked him on his back for the first time in his football career.
Marshal Yanda was joined by Ozzie Newsome, Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh on stage, and a full house with his family, coaches and current and former teammates in the audience.
General Manager Eric DeCosta met with the media for more than 15 minutes at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
After signing a three-year extension, Chuck Clark talks about his path to this point and what he has planned next.
Head Coach John Harbaugh said it's a team award that speaks to how good the Ravens were this season.
Mark Ingram said Lamar Jackson was the MVP at midseason and now gets to say 'I told you so.'
Ronnie Stanley said Lamar Jackson "couldn't be a better teammate" and deserves to be named MVP.
After his eighth Pro Bowl, Marshal Yanda talks about his feelings about a possible retirement.
Offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. talks about how special it was to rep his father's legacy and the passing of Kobe Bryant.
Running back Mark Ingram talks about the players' reaction to Kobe Bryant's death.
Lamar Jackson says his first Pro Bowl was a 'whirlwind' and talks about his reaction to the passing of Kobe Bryant.
Cornerback Marlon Humphrey talks about learning from other players and the support of his family in Orlando.
Head Coach John Harbaugh speaks with the media a few days after the Ravens' divisional playoff loss to review the game and 2019 season, and look forward.
Second-year guard Bradley Bozeman gives his takeaways from his first full year as a starter.
Tight end Mark Andrews talks about how he expects to see Lamar Jackson respond to his second playoff loss.
Defensive tackle Michael Pierce says he would love to stay in Baltimore but doesn't know what to expect in free agency.
Fullback/defensive lineman Patrick Ricard talks about the disappointment of getting knocked out of the playoffs.
Center Matt Skura talks about the physical hurdles ahead and how hard his knee injury has been emotionally.
Rookie quarterback Trace McSorley says he wants to find a way to get more snaps next year.
Rookie outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson talks about what he learned from his rookie season.
Safety Chuck Clark talks about the majority of the secondary being together next season.