Ravens veterans say they've put the disappointments of 2017 behind them and are ready to begin a long playoff push.Read more
Willie Snead IV toiled through his worst season as a pro in 2017, setting career lows in receptions (eight), yards (92) and touchdowns (zero). A three-game suspension for an alcohol-related incident to begin the year was compounded by a hamstring injury that sidelined him for two more games.Read more
Wide receiver Willie Snead IV said the Ravens quarterback is “a person who’s very open to change, very open to new ideas.”Read more
Less than three weeks from his enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Ravens great Ray Lewis shrugged off the notion that he might be anxious about his induction speech almost as nonchalantly as he did opposing blockers in his prime.
“Nervousness? No,” the 13-time Pro Bowl selection and two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year said during a conference call Wednesday afternoon.Read more
The last time the Ravens saw Le’Veon Bell, the running back had just finished carrying the Pittsburgh Steelers to victory — again.
Now, after Bell and the Steelers failed to meet Monday’s 4 p.m. deadline to hash out a long-term deal, the first-team All-Pro is threatening to hold out — again.Read more
In a precautionary move, the Ravens placed standout right guard Marshal Yanda on the physically-unable-to-perform list before the start of training camp this week.
Yanda, 33, is the team’s third-longest-tenured player, trailing only outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and punter Sam Koch. Yanda’s six Pro Bowl invitations are second only to Suggs’ seven among current Ravens.Read more