Thursday, January 21, 2021

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Harbaugh expecting to see an even better Lamar Jackson in 2021

"He’s going to work hard at that stuff, and he’s going to improve and get better. It’ll show up in how he plays next year."

Harbaugh: “You’re not where you want to be unless you win the Super Bowl”

The longtime head coach expressed great pride in the 2020 Ravens while acknowledging a need to improve across the board.

Ingram’s exit only reminds of more changes on way for Ravens

Cutting the veteran running back saves Baltimore $5 million on the 2021 salary cap.

Griffin, three other veterans waived as Ravens make 11 reserve-future signings

Veteran quarterback Robert Griffin III was already scheduled to become a free agent in March.

Twelve Ravens thoughts following playoff defeat at Buffalo

Wink Martindale’s defense deserved much better after allowing only 10 points against Josh Allen and that explosive Bills offense.

Familiar problems coupled with unexpected miscues sink Ravens in end

One by one, the issues resurfaced for a Baltimore offense that had seemingly hit its stride over these last six weeks.

O. Brown on Ravens kicker Tucker: “His job isn’t easy, let alone easy to be consistent”

The four-time Pro Bowl kicker missed two field goal tries in the first half of Saturday night's loss to Buffalo.

Campbell proud of Ravens teammates, but 2020 “just wasn’t good enough for us”

Despite the defense holding one of the best offenses in the NFL to a meager 10 points, the Ravens head into the offseason.

Andrews: “Things didn’t fall in the right direction at the right time” for Ravens

The standout tight end credited the Buffalo defense for keeping the Ravens out of rhythm for much of the night in the 17-3 divisional-round loss.

Snead believes painful end to season will motivate Jackson even more

"It’s just a matter of time, so it’s really on him. I think this game is going to be a wake-up call for him hopefully this offseason."
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Harbaugh expecting to see an even better Lamar Jackson in 2021

"He’s going to work hard at that stuff, and he’s going to improve and get better. It’ll show up in how he plays next year."
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