Friday, April 12, 2024

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Start of free agency goes how it typically does for Ravens

Cornerback Ronald Darby was one of five Baltimore players to come to terms with new teams on Monday.

Ravens savor biggest offseason signing as free-agent departures begin 

Soon after the Justin Madubuike signing was finalized, Gus Edwards and Geno Stone were among the first Baltimore free agents to exit.

Ravens agree to one-year extension with veteran receiver Nelson Agholor

The 30-year-old made 35 catches for 381 yards and four touchdowns in 17 games last season.

Sizing up the Ravens’ 2024 class of free agents

Pro Bowl defensive tackle Justin Madubuike headlines a lengthy list of free agents for Baltimore.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts following divisional-round win over Houston

Lamar Jackson owned the spotlight, but the Baltimore defense was again outstanding on Saturday night.

In playoff test Ravens had to pass, Jackson takes biggest step of his career 

Baltimore finally put the torment of that 2019 playoff loss to rest on Saturday night.

Ravens activate two players from IR, but tight end Mark Andrews not one of them

Mark Andrews will have to wait for a potential AFC title game to make his return to game action.

After “big, big jumps” in recovery, Ravens tight end Andrews practices fully ahead of divisional round

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Mark Andrews may not yet know whether he'll play in Saturday's divisional-round tilt with Houston, but the Ravens tight end even being in this position is the result of two months of strenuous rehabilitation. Speaking...

Ravens officially set to play Houston in divisional round, open two roster spots for playoff run

Return specialist Devin Duvernay is one of three Baltimore on IR who was recently designated for return.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts (and a prediction) ahead of Week 15 trip to Jacksonville

Defensive tackle Justin Madubuike and Baltimore will try to win their fourth straight game on Sunday night.
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Holliday officially promoted, to wear No. 7 with Orioles

The 20-year-old will be the first individual to don No. 7 for the Orioles since the late Cal Ripken Sr. in 1992.

Holliday! Celebrate!

It's not a shock that Jackson Holliday is coming to the big leagues as a 20-year old. This was inevitable. But why here and now? Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate the Holliday of Mike Elias' decision to promote the top prospect in Major League Baseball and opine on what it means for the Orioles roster.

Tapping into The Bird Tapes and real Orioles history with John Eisenberg

Local author and longtime sports columnist John Eisenberg tells Nestor about unearthing the lost Orioles conversations and tapes of the heroes Birdland from his turn-of-the-century book on Memorial Stadium and the legendary tales of Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, Jim Palmer and everyone associated with Orioles Magic.

Mastering the Masters

On the eve of another Masters, our Augusta insider and head PGA Pro at Pine Ridge Ed Miller, heads back to Butler Cabin and briefs Nestor on the big weekend of golf that will get you back on course to hitting the ball on a Classic Five local course here in Baltimore.

Wrestling with the history of Wrestlemania and Rhodes family lore

Luke Jones and Nestor wrestle with Rhodes family history and Wrestlemania weekend in Philly

The outfield backup jam from Norfolk to Camden Yards

With the recall of Jackson Holliday from Norfolk, it appears to be the first of many young players the Orioles will be needing to make room for in Baltimore or a decision about in the coming weeks as Heston Kjerstad, Kyle Stowers and others continue to destroy Triple A pitching at Norfolk to start the season.

Orioles promoting baseball’s top prospect Jackson Holliday to majors

The 20-year-old is now set to make his major league debut at Fenway Park in Boston.

DeCosta on where Ravens stand ahead of draft: “Opportunity is what it’s all about”

Baltimore is scheduled to make nine picks in the draft later this month.
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