Lamar Jackson burst upon the NFL scene last season as the epitome of the prototypical running quarterback.
The Baltimore Ravens made the surprising move of releasing Eric Weddle this week, and the standout safety says how things played out reveals the reality of how NFL teams view players.
Eric Weddle was surprisingly released by the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday, and perhaps no one was more impacted by the move — except the 12-year veteran safety — than the wrong Eric Weddle
Le’Veon Bell will have no shortage of potential suitors when hitting free agency, and there’s been some chatter this week at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Ind.
Joe Flacco has frequently exhibited class despite the disappointment over Lamar Jackson usurping him by taking over as the Baltimore Ravens’ starting quarterback.
The Ravens effectively ended the Joe Flacco Era in Baltimore with the decision this week to start rookie Lamar Jackson over the healthy veteran on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Michael Vick is the NFL’s standard-bearer when it comes to running quarterbacks.
Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Marshal Yanda has vehemently denied spitting on Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict in the midst of a scrum that broke out during the teams’ Week 11
John Harbaugh finds himself on the proverbial head-coaching hot seat after overseeing the Baltimore Ravens’ current-three game slide.
John Harbaugh has been firmly placed on the hot seat as the Baltimore Ravens have lost three straight games to drop to 4-5.
Ty Montgomery has been navigating a whirlwind week to say the least. Montgomery’s life has been turned so upside-down he didn’t even know what state he was in on Wednesday.
A new wrinkle in the Baltimore Ravens’ offense — thanks to the arrival of dynamic rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson — has occasionally put veteran signal-caller Joe Flacco in the unco
Peter Zirpolo, the vice president of the Baltimore Ravens’ marching band, has become an Internet sensation thanks to a viral video of him air-drumming a Rush song during Sunday’s win over
Robert Griffin III has insisted there will be no extra motivation involved when taking the field on Thursday against one of his former teams.
Ray Lewis is among the honorees who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 4.