Monday, October 26, 2020

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Ravens regular-season moment No. 12: "Almost as if he knew what was coming"

No play may have better displayed both Ray Lewis' brilliance and ferocity on the football field.

Ravens to acquire Pro Bowl defensive end Calais Campbell from Jacksonville

Days before the start of the new league year, Baltimore has quite possibly made the biggest move of its offseason.

Live from Westminster: Ravens limping through final days of camp

WESTMINSTER, Md. -- With injuries continuing to hinder the training camp roster, John Harbaugh and the Ravens are probably thinking they cannot get away from McDaniel College fast enough and back to the cozy confines of 1 Winning Drive...

2010 Ravens Training Camp Preview: 10 Purple Questions

As the Ravens begin their 15th training camp at McDaniel College in Westminster, expectations are as high as they've ever been for a team with serious Super Bowl aspirations in 2010. From the acquisition of impact receiver Anquan Boldin to...

A Call to Harbs: Your Chance to Fix the Ravens

The sheer volume of opining, panicking, and lamenting jamming the airwaves, flooding inboxes, and littering message boards since 4:30 p.m. on Sunday has been impossible to escape if you're a Ravens fan. And it's understandable with Sunday's game clearly being one of...

Live from Westminster: The swan song from McDaniel College

4:05 p.m. - I chatted with Frank Walker as he walked off the field, and he was definitely glad to be breaking camp, though he emphasized it was a great experience in Westminster. Even though the players were eager to...

Getting down to 53: The final days of training camp

We're in the final week of training camp in Westminster, but the Ravens do not need to make any cuts until Sept. 1, when they must trim the roster to 75 players.  The team must then narrow down to...

Live from the Purple Crab Cake: Ravens blank Skins, 23-0

11:11 p.m. -- Just a few injury notes to pass along.  John Harbaugh confirmed that Marcus Smith sustained a severe knee injury in tonight's game, speculating that it could be an ACL. Troy Smith re-entered the game late in the...

Ravens-Redskins Preview: Conservative will be the Theme

For the first time since coming up short in the AFC Championship in Pittsburgh last January, the Ravens will take the field at M&T Bank Stadium in their preseason opener against the Washington Redskins on Thursday night. While doubts surround...

Live From Westminster: Mason dislocates finger, causes a scare

4:06 p.m. -- With Harbaugh not revealing any plans on which injured players will suit up and play on Thursday, here are some thoughts on the players in question. Demetrius Williams will play if he feels good during the team...
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Trading of purple makes Ngakoue latest in long line of Ravens midseason moves

General manager Eric DeCosta has not been shy about making moves that improve his football team after the leaves start to change every fall.
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It’s Pittsburgh Week and they haven’t lost yet…

Big Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers took care of business against Tennessee on Sunday. Now, the undefeated men of black and gold invade an almost empty Baltimore stadium for a reunion of the rivalry. Plenty at stake in crowded AFC North race.

How can Congress help Baltimoreans during COVID? We asked Dutch…

Our first-ever chat at Baltimore Positive was with Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger during better times in April 2019. Now with the election and COVID and Ravens' season all very much in progress, we took some serious citizen time with Dutch.

When is the help coming from Congress?

Former Lt. Governor of Maryland and current 4th District Congressman Anthony Brown discusses the frustrations and many logjams and stalls for progress on Capitol Hill.

The sacrifice of Colin Kaepernick in the fight for social justice in the modern NFL

Baltimore author Mike Freeman discusses life as a Mt. St. Joe student and lifer NFL writer. His new book "Football's Fearless Activists" chronicles The Knee, the words of Donald Trump and the machine of the National Football League.