Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Intelligent Conversation

Johnny Unitas

Ravens regular-season moment No. 16: "That's one that loosens your teeth"

In 2002, Chris McAlister and Ray Lewis combined for one of the most exhilarating plays in team history

Ravens regular-season moment No. 22: Win or "get run out of town"

It was a measure of revenge that was 15 years in the making for Baltimore.

Ravens regular-season moment No. 25: At the bottom of the list, we start at the top

Vinny Testaverde scored Baltimore's first NFL touchdown on Sept. 1, 1996.

Twelve Ravens thoughts following Super Bowl LIV

Terrell Suggs says he will take some time to ponder his football future after winning his second Super Bowl.

Electric passing efficiency driving Lamar Jackson to historic MVP season

Lamar Jackson threw five touchdowns in 23 or fewer pass attempts for the third time this season on Thursday.

Twelve Ravens thoughts following Week 9 win over New England

Earl Thomas enjoyed his best game as a Raven against the Patriots on Sunday Night Football.

Chapter 2: High Standards, Low Profile of Steve Bisciotti

This is Chapter 2 of "Purple Reign 2: Faith, Family & Football – A Baltimore Love Story." Author and radio host and entrepreneur Nestor Aparicio is releasing it chapter by chapter daily to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Ravens Super Bowl win in New Orleans.

Former Baltimore Colts tight end Mutscheller dies at 85

Photo courtesy of The man who caught the pass to set up Alan Ameche's iconic game-winning touchdown in the 1958 NFL championship game has died. Former Baltimore Colts tight end Jim Mutscheller passed away Friday morning due to kidney failure, according...

Ravens have plans for ring, statue in works

The likeness of Johnny Unitas will be gaining company outside M&T Bank Stadium in the near future.

Manning's teary goodbye to Indy reminds us inevitable day for Lewis is coming

Imagining the Baltimore linebacker's own farewell is a difficult pill to swallow.
- Advertisement -

Latest News

Ravens add 10 practice-squad players to outbreak-ravaged roster for Pittsburgh game

Head coach John Harbaugh and the Ravens entered the game with 17 players on the reserve-COVID-19 list.
- Advertisement -

Michigan’s virus concerns cancel another Maryland football game

The Terps are still scheduled to host Rutgers on Saturday, Dec. 12.

Ravens finally travel to Pittsburgh, activate four more from reserve-COVID-19 list

Defensive tackle Brandon Williams was activated, but he won't play as he continues to recover from an ankle injury suffered in Week 10.

Twelve Ravens thoughts (and a prediction) ahead of Week 12 meeting at Pittsburgh

Aside from players already on injured reserve, the secondary was the one group seemingly spared from Baltimore's widespread COVID-19 outbreak.

Order your delicious Baltimore Positive Taharka ice cream special 8-pack here!

Running the scoop shops is difficult during a pandemic so let Kowfi Dorman-El bring the deliciousness to you. And we'll save you $15.70 on every order beginning on Black Friday. Do you prefer pumpkin spice latte or egg nog? Make sure you get the sweet potato crumble!