Here's what's changing and what isn't with the Ravens and around the NFL.
Tight end Mark Andrews gave his report on two of his former Oklahoma teammates, inside linebacker Kenneth Murray and wide receiver CeeDee Lamb.
New Ravens DE Derek Wolfe has wanted time be a Raven for a while and is excited about the potential of the defense.
It's still a very fluid situation, but the NFL season is expected to be played in full with fans in the stands, and the schedule will be released in early May.
Tight end Mark Andrews and safety Chuck Clark talk about how they're staying in shape during social distancing.
Because of the scouting limitations from COVID-19, General Manager Eric DeCosta is adjusting.
The Ravens have several options for how they use their salary cap space, and they may end up addressing the defensive line in the draft.
The veteran cornerback tested the market for the first time of his career, but never wanted to leave Baltimore.
Baltimore's general manager has shown a willingness to trade on draft weekend, so could this be a year where the Ravens move up in the first round?
No team has a better secondary than Baltimore, and the defense is in a great spot after the first week of free agency.
Baltimore's General Manager said that his friendship with Jaguars GM David Caldwell was a key part in making the trade happen.
The Ravens haven't added a wide receiver yet but the most important improvement may be Marquise Brown's health.
Picking up a veteran who is strong on and off the field has yielded great results in Baltimore.
The Ravens got a valuable second-round pick and Hayden Hurst will get an opportunity to break out in Atlanta.
Tom Brady's announcement that he's leaving the Patriots touches a big part of the Ravens' history.
The hope is to work out a long-term deal, but there have been reports about a possible trade or Judon could play out the one-year deal.
Marshal Yanda suffered a major injury in his second season but came back more determined. Matt Skura is trying to do the same this offseason.
Marshal Yanda's retirement press conference was standing-room only as those he played and worked with came out to show their respect for his career.
Here's how the 2016 season encapsulated the kind of player Marshal Yanda was for the Ravens over 13 years.
Brandon Carr has been extremely reliable with the Ravens, but will the Ravens pay to pick up his contract option?
Georgia's D'Andre Swift and Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor are projected to the Ravens at No. 28. Does that make any sense?
General Manager Eric DeCosta will have some more money at his disposal this year, which could lead to an active start of the new league year.
ESPN's Todd McShay says LSU linebacker Patrick Queen would be a 'perfect marriage of talent, value and need.'
General Manager Eric DeCosta predicts the Ravens will select at least one wide receiver, offensive lineman and defensive line/outside linebacker.
Some of the top defenders in the country talked about trying to avoid finding themselves on the Lamar Jackson highlight reel.