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Davis speaks frankly about the crime problems and policing issues in Baltimore City

Former Baltimore City police chief Kevin Davis is not shy about discussing his three decades of police work and his path to our city from Prince George's County.

Predicting Ravens’ initial 53-man roster at end of 2019 preseason

John Harbaugh and Eric DeCosta must trim the Baltimore roster to 53 players by 4 p.m. Saturday.

Ravens-Redskins preseason primer: Five bubble players to watch

Baltimore has kept three quarterbacks on the 53-man roster just once in the last nine years.

Sizing up 2019 Ravens roster after third preseason game

Second-year wide receiver Jaleel Scott continues to make a strong push for a roster spot.

Twelve Ravens thoughts ahead of second preseason game

Marlon Humphrey was consistently the best player on the field over the last three weeks.

Ravens hold out Marquise Brown two days after ramping up practice activity

John Harbaugh said only that the first-round pick was "recovering" Monday after taking his first full-team reps over the weekend.

2019 Ravens training camp preview: Wide receivers

Slot receiver Willie Snead caught 62 passes for 651 yards and a touchdown in his first season with Baltimore.

Five Ravens players whose stock fell during spring workouts

Fourth-year guard Alex Lewis handling his shoulder rehabilitation on his own was a curious decision.

Veteran receiver Michael Floyd signs one-year deal with Ravens

The 2012 first-round pick caught 10 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown with Washington last year.

Ravens-Cardinals: Five predictions for Monday night

Carson Palmer will try to lead Arizona to its first win over Baltimore since the 1997 season.
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Roman says “singular focus” remains on Denver game despite recent communication with Stanford

"All the rumors and whatnot aside, we’ve got a great group of players and coaches here."

Queen says Ravens still need to be at “all-time best with prepping” for Denver’s Wilson

“Everyone knows Russell Wilson [and] what he did in the past. He’s still capable of it."

Twelve Ravens Thoughts ahead of Week 13 meeting with Denver

Baltimore will welcome the NFL's worst scoring offense to town this weekend.

Extra offseason work paying off for Ravens DT Broderick Washington in third year

Washington has emerged as one of the more dependable members of Baltimore's defensive line rotation.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 15: The Food Market in Hampden and Checkerspot in Federal Hill

The fifteenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a bit of a wild card and last-minute detour to a pair of great places in Baltimore City. The Food Market was a strong #JennStrong selection and Checkerspot hit the spot as a rare "open on Monday" brewery in the region. We'll be heading back to Hampden to explore the rest of that incredible menu.

Stokley: The price to pay for Russell Wilson

Former wide receiver and Super Bowl XXXV champion Brandon Stokley comes home to Baltimore from Denver to discuss Broncos woes and long-term marriage to Russell Wilson amidst new ownership and losing football.

#ColumnNes Regarding Lamar Jackson, the lack of maturity is a bigger issue than an ugly tweet

If Lamar Jackson regrets the statement to the fellow in Pennsylvania, he should’ve offered an apology to him. If he regrets the world seeing his ugly words, Jackson has a platform with a million followers and could’ve offered an apology. If it was truly “out of character,” then show your character and admit a mistake and move on.

L. Jackson limited with quad injury as Stanley, Hamilton, Dobbins return to Ravens practice

Left tackle Ronnie Stanley took part in the individual portion of Wednesday's practice.
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