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Ravens narrowly avoided Atlanta's fate four years ago

San Francisco was five yards shy of completing the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history in New Orleans.

Continuity still rules at top of organization for Ravens

Eric DeCosta once again staying put keeps the Baltimore front office intact for a crucial offseason.

Former Ravens linebacker Upshaw agrees to deal with Atlanta

Veteran outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw became the latest Ravens free agent to depart as he agreed to a deal with Atlanta on Friday evening. The 26-year-old visited with the Falcons on Thursday after previously meeting with the New York Jets...

Ravens-related thoughts from league meetings

Even with an active start to free agency in which they've addressed the safety, wide receiver, and tight end positions, the Ravens still have plenty of work to do if they want to bounce back from last year's 5-11...

Stay or leave: Forecasting the Ravens' 2016 class of free agents

Courtney Upshaw is one of nine unrestricted free agents set to hit the open market on March 9.

Yanda named 2015 Ravens MVP by local media

The five-time Pro Bowl guard is the first offensive lineman to be voted team MVP since the award was introduced in 2003.

Mallett shows why Ravens were so eager to play him

Ryan Mallett etched his name in Ravens-Steelers lore with a surprising performance on Sunday.

Perriman "frustrated" not to be on field, position coach says

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman hasn't spoken publicly since the eve of his first NFL training camp, only adding to the mystery of his knee injury suffered on July 30. Three months later, the 2015 first-round...

Harbaugh on Babin: "We like the way he plays"

The 35-year-old collected two sacks in 16 games for the New York Jets in 2014.

Harbaugh on offensive tackles: "They've got to do a better job"

The Ravens are practicing in San Jose, Calif. this week in preparation for Sunday's game in Oakland.
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Is there a seat left for Lamar Jackson anywhere else in NFL?

Luke Jones and Dennis Koulatsos discuss realities of the few QB seats left for Lamar Jackson in NFL

Brandon Hyde on Rutschman’s historic Opening Day in Orioles’ 10-9 win: “He’s just a super special player”

Adley Rutschman went 5-for-5 with homer, a walk, and four RBIs in his first Opening Day in the majors.

Sizing up 2023 Orioles’ Opening Day roster

General manager Mike Elias set the Opening Day roster hours before first pitch at Fenway Park on Thursday

Campbell closes door on Ravens return, agreeing to one-year deal with Atlanta 

Baltimore had released six-time Pro Bowl selection Calais Campbell on March 13.

Jackson comments on knee injury, absence from Ravens road games at end of last season

Lamar Jackson pushed back at notions that his absence was more about his contract than his knee.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts on cusp of 2023 season

Top pitching prospect Grayson Rodriguez didn't make the Opening Day roster, prompting disappointment and scrutiny.

Lamar Jackson reveals trade request from Ravens, but does it really change anything?

As the surprise and angst over Jackson’s Monday announcement wore off, reality returned to the forefront. 

Like the Mayflowers, could Lamar Jackson be heading to Indianapolis?

Longtime sports columnist and insider Bob Kravitz joins Nestor from Indianapolis where Jim Irsay might be one of the remaining owners to covet the Ravens former MVP quarterback. Will the Colts make a play for Lamar Jackson? As all Baltimore folks know, if it says "Irsay" it's usually unpredictable.
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