Miles Boykin, Iman Marshall were among Ravens rookies who stood out at minicamp
Cornerback Tavon Young and wide receiver Willie Snead IV could end up being the Ravens' primary punt returner this season.
The Hall of Fame safety returned to Baltimore over the weekend to host a camp for kids.
Several players are vying for a starting job on the line, but nobody has seized the job going into training camp.
The former undrafted linebacker took his share of first-time reps during offseason practices and will have a big opportunity in training camp.
Rookie quarterback Trace McSorley said he's been having fun returning punts in practice and is willing to do whatever it takes to get on the field and make an impact.
The Ravens have been hard at work improving their ball security this offseason.
Second-year tight end Mark Andrews was perhaps the most impressive offensive player on the field at OTAs and minicamp.
Special Teams Coordinator Jerry Rosburg officially retired at the end of minicamp, and the Ravens surprised him with a special team meeting.
Safety Earl Thomas III and quarterback Lamar Jackson have become fast friends as they sit near each other in the locker room.
Defensive Coordinator Wink Martindale said it's not just a 'next man up' mentality after the loss of Terrell Suggs, C.J. Mosley and others, but the transition is going well.
Matthew Judon, Marshal Yanda and Tony Jefferson returned to the field Tuesday for the start of minicamp.
Crews from around the NFL media landscape came to the Under Armour Performance Center Monday.
Ravens safety Tony Jefferson thinks a role that better suits his style could pay big dividends in his seventh season.
Can the Ravens overcome the losses of key veterans and not getting Gerald McCoy? John Harbaugh isn't worried one bit.
More than 200 Ravens volunteers, including players, coaches and front-office staff, joined M&T Bank and others to give the Webster Kendrick Boys and Girls Club a makeover.
With the No. 1-overall pick in yesterday's MLB draft, the Orioles drafted Adley Rutschman, who also doubled as a kicker his freshman year at Oregon State.
The Ravens have a ton of competition at wide receiver. Some players have stood out already and it will get really good in training camp.
The former Oklahoma teammates enjoyed a huge season together, and Andrews knows Brown can ‘change the game in a blink of an eye.’
After the departure of C.J. Mosley this offseason, Head Coach John Harbaugh said he expects people to be talking about their young ILBs for years to come.
Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata said free agent Gerald McCoy would be an 'amazing' player to have in Baltimore.
For the first time since breaking his leg early last season, new Ravens safety Earl Thomas is on the practice field.
The Ravens added Hollywood Brown and Miles Boykin in this year’s draft, and quarterback Lamar Jackson thinks they’ll bring a new element to the offense.
Head Coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Lamar Jackson talked about the process of getting up to speed with Greg Roman's rebuilt offense.
There's a lot of attention on the Ravens' offense, but it will be interesting to see who steps up for departed veterans on defense.
The Ravens took the field for the start of OTAs Monday, and it is especially important for the new-look offense.