Ravens

Ravens Leaving Offense Behind During Free Agency Turnover

Since the end of last season, the Baltimore Ravens have lost no fewer than four starters on the offensive side of the ball. right tackle Rick Wagner signed a big-money contract in free agency, as did fullback Kyle Juszczyk, while wide receiver Steve Smith announced his retirement and center Jeremy…


Ravens Upgrade Cornerback Position With Free Agent Brandon Carr

While Pittsburgh Steelers fans have spent the past week and a half since the start of free agency watching the paint dry, their rivals in the division, the Baltimore Ravens, have been perhaps the most active team in the entire league, making some significant signings and re-signings that has focused…



Ravens Expected To Sign Cardinals S Tony Jefferson

It was reported in the evening that the Baltimore Ravens, barring some unforeseen negotiating snag, are in line to reach an agreement at the 4 PM opening of free agency with Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson, generally regarded as a hybrid linebacker or ‘moneybacker’, given that some game books list his position as…



Greg Roman Sees Ravens Committing To Run Game More

The Baltimore Ravens axed their offensive coordinator mid-season last year and thus far have not decided to replace him. But they did replace their tight ends coach with Greg Roman, who will bring along with him the additional title of offensive assistant. It is believed that he will work with…


Ravens Join Browns In Shaking Up Coaching Staff

The Cleveland Browns had a dismal 2016 season, and at the end of it, we saw a slew of coaching changes come at the tail end, with many of them coming at the expense of individuals who had just joined, or re-joined, the coaching staff for that season. At least…


Steve Smith The Latest Raven Entering Broadcasting Ranks

I don’t know how much time you spent watching the NFL Network’s Super Bowl coverage on Sunday, but you may have noticed a new face among the analysts in their employ: former Ravens and Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith, who is evidently very quickly transitioning from player to commentator. If…




Ray Lewis Considering A Future In Coaching

It was not an uncommon sight during his playing career to find former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and future Hall of Famer Ray Lewis walking the sidelines of a Pro Bowl stadium. He finds himself doing that again four years into his retirement after he was asked to serve as one…




Steve Smith 89 Percent Sure He’s Retiring For Real This Time

It’s a bit of old news at this point, but earlier in the week, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith confirmed that he is planning on retiring, quipping that he is 89 percent certain of it—a reference both to the fact that he had already planned to retire after last…