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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.

Ravens activate three receivers from COVID-19 list, dealing with health concerns at cornerback

Marquise Brown was activated from the reserve-COVID-19 list on Saturday afternoon.

Ravens place three wide receivers on COVID-19 list, hold five players out of Wednesday’s practice

Marquise Brown was deemed a high-risk close contact, but that doesn't mean he won't play in Week 15.

Campbell, Smith among five Ravens questionable for clash with Cleveland

Jimmy Smith was a limited participant in practice by week's end while Calais Campbell was sidelined all week.

Luke Jones and Nestor get you ready for Dallas Cowboys visit to mysterious Ravens

Luke Jones and Nestor get you ready for Dallas Cowboys visit to mysterious Ravens

Twelve Ravens thoughts (and a prediction) ahead of Week 13 meeting with Dallas

The Dez Bryant story resonates more in Dallas, but the 32-year-old surely had this game circled from the time he first worked out for the Ravens.

Campbell, B. Williams both practicing as Ravens activate three more from COVID-19 list

Five-time Pro Bowl defensive end Calais Campbell practiced for the first time since injuring his left calf at Indianapolis on Nov. 8.

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.

Status of Campbell, B. Williams looms large as Ravens prepare to host Tennessee

Baltimore could be without its two best defensive linemen with AFC-leading rusher Derrick Henry and the Titans coming to town.

Ravens-Patriots: Five predictions for Sunday night

Baltimore and New England meet on Sunday Night Football for the second straight year.
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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.
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