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Veteran quarterback Brett Hundley released as Ravens trim roster to 85 players

Hundley, 29, played just 10 snaps in the fourth quarter of last week's preseason opener.

Twelve Ravens thoughts following Day 15 of open training camp practice

Three-time Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus Peters returned to the practice field for the first time since suffering a torn ACL last September.

Twelve Ravens thoughts following Day 2 of mandatory minicamp

Rashod Bateman caught a pretty 60-yard touchdown from Lamar Jackson for the play of the day on Wednesday.

Ex-Ravens cornerback Westry signs with Carolina, reinforcing depth concerns at position

Baltimore elected not to tender the restricted free agent, who appeared in six games last season.

Villanueva retires, Young released as Ravens gain nearly $12 million in salary cap space

Veteran offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva was scheduled to make $6 million for the 2022 season.

Moving on from Martindale feels like “glass half empty” decision from Ravens

If Wink Martindale's dismissal was any indication, the Ravens are in for a facelift that goes beyond rebuilding the defensive line.

Is there a real path into playoffs for battered Ravens?

Luke Jones and Nestor pick up pieces of a broken Ravens season after a fourth consecutive loss and try to figure out how the secondary can ever be pieced back together for a January push.

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the state of the Ravens after loss to Cincinnati

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the state of the Ravens after loss to Cincinnati

Assessing the state of the Ravens after four losses in a row

Luke Jones and Nestor convene in the aftermath of a brutal loss in Cincinnati to discuss what happens if the Ravens don't make the playoffs after an 8-3 start.

Lost in the fall is the rise of Mark Andrews

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the recent dominance of Ravens tight end Mark Andrews in a franchise that has a long history of producing great productivity.
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Spring sports fever, April madness and Opening Day

Our financial advisor Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to discuss this unique spring sports calendar of surprises on the courts and fields and the hope of pennant race baseball in Baltimore.

The hijacking of Ravens offseason

While all eyes have been on Lamar Jackson and his search for a guaranteed contract, Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta and the organization have been hamstrung by all of the uncertainty. Luke Jones and Nestor bring The Lamarathon into focus as the Ravens offseason has been hijacked by quarterback negotiations and salary cap implications of the non-exclusive franchise tag.

Opening Day brings little bit of everything for Orioles

It was a historic season opener for star catcher Adley Rutschman, who continues exceeding expectations.

Luke Jones and Nestor recap glorious Opening Day for Adley Rutschman and Orioles at Fenway Park

Luke Jones and Nestor recap a glorious Opening Day for Adley Rutschman and Orioles at Fenway Park. And then owner John Angelos started the year on FM radio with more lies, deflections and bile for the fan base he's somehow trying to re-engage in Baltimore. The more things change...

Is there a seat left for Lamar Jackson anywhere else in NFL?

Luke Jones and Dennis Koulatsos discuss realities of the few QB seats left for Lamar Jackson in NFL

Brandon Hyde on Rutschman’s historic Opening Day in Orioles’ 10-9 win: “He’s just a super special player”

Adley Rutschman went 5-for-5 with homer, a walk, and four RBIs in his first Opening Day in the majors.

Sizing up 2023 Orioles’ Opening Day roster

General manager Mike Elias set the Opening Day roster hours before first pitch at Fenway Park on Thursday

Campbell closes door on Ravens return, agreeing to one-year deal with Atlanta 

Baltimore had released six-time Pro Bowl selection Calais Campbell on March 13.
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