Thursday, November 26, 2020

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Eric Decosta

Twelve Ravens thoughts following Week 10 loss at New England

Willie Snead has emerged as Lamar Jackson's most reliable target since the bye week.

Brown offers temporary fix at left tackle, long-term information for Ravens

Left tackle Ronnie Stanley was supposed to be next in line for a payday from the Ravens. That made his absence because of a shoulder injury in Week 4 an interesting case study for an organization with several young stars...

Humphrey, Ravens agree to lucrative contract extension through 2026

The deal makes Marlon Humphrey the second-highest paid cornerback in the NFL behind only Jalen Ramsey.

Ravens-Chiefs: Five predictions for Monday night

Baltimore will try to get over the hump against the defending Super Bowl champions.

After quarter of a century with team, Byrne ponders watching Ravens games on television for first time

We're pretty sure he's seen more in NFL games in more NFL stadiums than anyone alive. Now in semi-retirement in South Carolina, the longtime VP who came from Cleveland with Art Modell discusses his departure from a labor of love and football and community.

Breaking down the 2020 Ravens’ initial 53-man roster

Luke Jones offers his thoughts on each position group as Baltimore now shifts its attention to Week 1.

Predicting the initial 53-man roster for the 2020 Ravens

Baltimore must make its roster cuts by 4 p.m. on Saturday afternoon.

Twelve Ravens thoughts counting down to final roster cuts

It's been a quiet summer for Jaylon Ferguson, who missed some time with an early injury.

Ravens waive three rookies, place veteran receiver on injured reserve

General manager Eric DeCosta must trim the Baltimore roster to 53 players by 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Examining Ravens' roster battles entering final days of training camp

Trace McSorley is in a battle with undrafted rookie Tyler Huntley for the No. 3 quarterback spot.
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Maryland handles Old Dominion in season opener 85-67

Eric Ayala led the way with 19 points and five rebounds for the Terps, who won their 44th consecutive home opener.
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Campbell, Mekari, Skura become latest Ravens added to reserve-COVID-19 list

Defensive end Calais Campbell's status was already in doubt due to the calf injury that's sidelined him since Week 9.

“Expect the unexpected” strikes different tone with Ravens-Steelers game moved to Sunday

For a Ravens-Steelers rivalry in which we always say to "expect the unexpected," the expression hit a different tone this week due to Baltimore's...

Attempting to explain how the Pittsburgh Steelers are still undefeated

Will Graves of The Associated Press in Pittsburgh says there's plenty of Thanksgiving with yins in the Steel City as Roethlisberger and Tomlin want seconds with a depleted Ravens unit.

Our favorite Hall of Famer discusses COVID effect on Ravens and how defenses attack Lamar

Hall of Famer Rod Woodson catches up with Nestor on about his passion for teaching the game of football around the world. And the weirdness of being stuck in middle of the Baltimore and Pittsburgh rivalry.