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    Studio 44 Episode 7: Odafe Oweh Joins Marlon Humphrey | Baltimore Ravens

    Outside linebacker Odafe Oweh sits down with Marlon Humphrey to discuss his passion for basketball, his interest in art and the process leading up to the 2021 NFL Draft. They also debate who is faster.

    NFL Vacation Starts, But Players' Work Doesn't Stop | Ravens Final Drive

    The month of July is slow around the NFL before training camp starts, but Lamar Jackson is already working and has plans to meet up with his teammates.

    Lamar Jackson Speaks Up for Mark Andrews | Ravens Final Drive

    When Mark Andrews was ranked as the NFL's fifth-best tight end by Darren Waller, Lamar Jackson had to say something.

    Rookie Superlatives: Get to Know the Rookies | Baltimore Ravens

    What would surprise fans to know about you? What's one thing that can instantly make your day better? What celebrity would you want to be your best friend?

    Ravens Wired: Inside Ravens 2022 Minicamp | Baltimore Ravens

    Lamar Jackson makes his anticipated arrival and the team gets to work preparing for the 2022 season.

    Kyle Hamilton Shares His Rookie Year Goal

    During an appearance on the 'Rich Eisen Show,' Ravens rookie safety Kyle Hamilton talked about wanting to gain the trust of the team's veterans.#baltimoreravens #Ravens #NFL

    Ravens-Bengals Rivalry Going to Another Level | Ravens Final Drive

    Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen recently shared a story about a practice fight between him and quarterback Joe Burrow when they were LSU teammates.

    Steve Bisciotti Shares Views on Organizational Culture | Ravens Final Drive

    Baltimore Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti joined Marlon Humphrey for an interview on Studio 44 and discussed his approach to running the franchise.

    Steve Bisciotti Shares Views on Organizational Culture | Ravens Final Drive

    Baltimore Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti joined Marlon Humphrey for an interview on Studio 44 and discussed his approach to running the franchise.

    Studio 44 Episode 6: Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti Joins Marlon Humphrey | Baltimore Ravens

    Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey has a very special guest in this episode of Studio 44, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, who talks why he enjoys being a "low-key owner" and whether or not Marlon can borrow the jet.

    Mark Andrews Disappointed to Miss Tight End U | Ravens Final Drive

    Some of the best tight ends in the league came together for the second year of Tight End U, but Mark Andrews couldn't be there this year.

    In Memory of Tony Siragusa | Baltimore Ravens

    A tribute to Ravens legend, Tony Siragusa. An iconic player with a big personality, who passed away this week at 55 years old.

    Running Back Competition Shaping up to Be a Good One | Ravens Final Drive

    Veteran Mike Davis and rookie Tyler Badie both showed off their ability during offseason practices, and running back will be a tight competition this summer.

    Lamar Jackson's quotes raise concern on QB's future with Ravens | Pro Football Talk | NBC Sports

    Mike Florio and Charean Williams discuss Lamar Jackson's comments on not yet having a contract extension with the Baltimore Ravens and if the QB even wants to remain in Baltimore. #NBCSports #ProFootballTalk #NFL

    Lamar Jackson Says He Feels Better Than 2019 | Ravens Final Drive

    Bulked up and with improved mechanics, Lamar Jackson could be even better than he was during his MVP season.

    Giants to Hire Wink Martindale as New Defensive Coordinator

    Martindale will replace Patrick Graham, who left New York to join the Raiders.View the original article to see embedded media.The Giants are expected to name Don “Wink” Martindale as their new defensive coordinator, per multiple reports. Martindale will serve as the replacement to former defensive coordinator Patrick Graham, who left New York to take the same position with the Raiders.Martindale, 58, has been an NFL assistant since 2004, logging stints with the Raiders, Broncos and Ravens.

    Report: Sashi Brown to Replace Dick Cass as Ravens Team President

    The 45-year-old, who served as Washington’s team president, is returning to football with Baltimore.View the original article to see embedded media.Washington’s Sashi Brown is leaving the Wizards and Monumental Sports to re-join the NFL as the Ravens’ president, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Adam Schefter. The 45-year-old will replace 76-year-old Dick Cass, who is retiring after 18 years with the Baltimore franchise.

    Ravens Part Ways With Defensive Coordinator Don ‘Wink’ Martindale

    Baltimore finished the 2021 regular season at 25th in total defense.View the original article to see embedded media.Baltimore is parting ways with defensive coordinator Don Martindale according to a team statement released on Friday.Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and Martindale held several productive conversations and agreed to “move forward in separate directions” per the statement.“We had a great run on defense, and I am very proud of what has been accomplished and the work he has done,” the statement read.

    NFL Fans Angry With CBS After Switch From Steelers vs. Ravens During Overtime

    Numerous fans across the country missed the end of Sunday's AFC North nailbiter.View the original article to see embedded media.Sunday's Week 18 contest between the Steelers and Ravens marked one of the most dramatic endings of the 2021 season, with Pittsburgh pulling off an overtime win to effectively secure the No.

    Q&A: Examining the Highs, Lows and Doinks of the Current State of NFL Kicking

    Several of the NFL’s all-time greatest kickers and others discuss the current turnover at the position, Justin Tucker’s record and more on Sunday’s 60 minutes.View the original article to see embedded media.We may be five weeks removed from crowning a Super Bowl winner, but this we know about the 2021 NFL season: It’s been a strange one in the kicking sector.

    Tyler Huntley to Start at Quarterback for Ravens Against Steelers

    Baltimore ruled Jackson out for Sunday’s game because of his ankle injury.View the original article to see embedded media.OWINGS MILLS, Md.

    John Harbaugh Says Lamar Jackson Has ’Chance’ to Play Despite Missing Friday's Practice

    Despite not practicing, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh says Jackson still has a chance to play on Sunday.View the original article to see embedded media.Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson did not practice with Baltimore on Friday due to his ongoing ankle injury, marking the second practice he has missed since returning on Wednesday with a noticeable limp.However, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh has not ruled out his two-time Pro Bowl quarterback from playing in the Ravens' game against the Rams on Sunday.“I think he has a chance to play Sunday,” Harbaugh told reporters on Friday.Prior to his return on Wednesday, Jackson missed the last two games with the ankle injury that he suffered in the Ravens' 24-22 loss to the Browns in Week 14. The Ravens will turn to Tyler Huntley, who was elevated from the team's reserve/COVID-19 list on Thursday, if Jackson cannot go on Sunday.

    Lamar Jackson Returns to Ravens Practice Despite Noticeable Limp

    The Baltimore quarterback has missed the last two games with an ankle injury.View the original article to see embedded media.The Ravens have dealt with a quarterback crisis over the last week, but coach John Harbaugh is hoping that both Lamar Jackson and Tyler Huntley can return for a critical game against the Rams on Sunday. Jackson, who has missed the last two games due to an ankle injury sustained in a Week 14 loss to the Browns, returned to practice on Wednesday but was seen limping throughout the media viewing session.ESPN's Adam Schefter previously reported that Jackson is dealing with a bone bruise in his right ankle. “I'm really hopeful,” Harbaugh told ESPN.

    Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Fantasy Football Week 17: Team Defenses

    The Patriots defense should feast against turnover-prone Jaguars.Start ‘Em, Sit 'Em is the ultimate look at the best and worst matchups based on a PPR scoring system in fantasy football.

    Report: Tyler Huntley Enters COVID-19 List, Josh Johnson Likely to Start vs. Bengals

    Baltimore is expected to trot out its third-string quarterback in Sunday's game against the Bengals.View the original article to see embedded media.Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley was added to the team's COVID-19 list on Saturday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Huntley will not play against the Bengals on Sunday.

    NFL Says There Has Been 'No Discussion' of Moving Week 16 Games

    The NFL bumped back three games last week due to ongoing COVID-19 spread.View the original article to see embedded media.The NFL moved three games last week due to rising COVID-19 numbers, pushing Browns–Raiders to Monday and Eagles–Washington and Rams–Seahawks to Tuesday.


    Matt Judon signed the franchise tag, and now he'd prefer to work out a long-term deal with the Baltimore Ravens.