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Lamar Jackson Already Excelling At Ravens Camp

The Baltimore Ravens traded back into the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft to select rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson with the No. 32 overall pick. The Ravens offense has been in need of a jolt over the last few years.

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Quarterback Robert Griffin, III Finds Himself In An Unfamiliar Backup Role

Once considered to be the cornerstone of a particular franchise down the road, Griffin now finds himself as a backup to Joe Flacco and a mentor for 2018 first-round pick Lamar Jackson.

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Ravens Cornerback Tavon Young Makes His Way Back From Knee Injury

Third-year Baltimore Ravens cornerback Tavon Young will be one of the players to watch when the team reports to training camp in the coming weeks.

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Ravens Need To Keep Linebacker C.J. Mosley For The Long-Term

Baltimore picked up the fifth-year option for Mosley's rookie contract in April, which assures that he will be in a Ravens uniform in 2019. However, if the team wants to do right by Mosley, they'll sign him to a long-term deal.

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Taking A Look At The Ravens Running Back Situation

Over the last few years, the Ravens have not been able to develop the running game. In 2018, it's likely that Baltimore will feature a three-headed monster that is Buck Allen, Alex Collins and Kenneth Dixon.

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End of an Era for Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome

Baltimore Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome will step down after the 2018 NFL Season

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Ravens Flacco and Crabtree already off to good start

When the Baltimore Ravens signed wide receiver Michael Crabtree, the team followed what has become a tradition over the years.

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Baltimore Ravens finally have Joe Flacco and Lamar Jackson together at OTAS

There is a beginning and an end to everything. Joe Flacco took over as the Baltimore Ravens quarterback years ago and helped to deliver a Super Bowl win in 2012.

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Ravens Biggest Off-Season Needs

The Baltimore Ravens came close to making the playoffs in 2017 but fell short once again. It all came down to one play on defense against the Cincinnati Bengals at home in the season finale.

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Three Prospects The Ravens Should Watch At Senior Bowl

The Baltimore Ravens are always well represented by a crew of scouts and personnel people in Mobile, Alabama for the Senior Bowl. It’s a time when General Manager Ozzie Newsome, head coach John Harbaugh and a number of position coaches get to see NFL Draft prospects in action first hand.

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Ravens still have outside chance of making the playoffs!

There was a time when it seemed like the Ravens were at an all-time low earlier this season. Protests during the National Anthem in London sunk the team to a new low with some of their fans in late September— followed by a 44-7 loss to the Jaguars, only made things seem worse.

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Ravens defense needs to stop the run in the coming weeks

At the start of the 2017 season, many media outlets felt that the Ravens defense would be one of the best in the NFL. However, that has not been the case seven weeks into the season.

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Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley makes big donation to Las Vegas victims

The recent tragedy that occurred in Las Vegas was an event that rocked the country at a time when people seem to be more divided than recent years.

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The wheels are falling off the Ravens in Baltimore

After starting the season with a 2-0 record, the Baltimore Ravens were looking forward to a winnng year.

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Ravens look to rebound from worst loss in franchise history

The Ravens traveled to London, England in week three with a 2-0 record, including two wins over their AFC East rivals. Things were looking up for Baltimore as they left American soil.

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Ravens opportunistic defense fuels 2-0 start this season

The Baltimore Ravens turned back the clock to the days when the defense was the driving force behind winning games. The defense forced five turnovers in back-to-back games to start the 2017 NFL season.

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John Harbaugh and Ravens set to kick off 2017 NFL season

The Baltimore Ravens kick off the 2017 season with a showdown on the road against their AFC North divisional rival, the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, September 10, 2017 in Cincinnati.

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Jeremy Zuttah back with the Ravens and pushing to be starting center

The Baltimore Ravens traded center Jeremy Zuttah to the San Francisco 49ers in March of 2016.

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Ravens WR Michael Campanaro’s sights set on contributing role this season

Local product Michael Campanaro has faced his share of injuries throughout his NFL career, which have kept him from having an impact as a receiver and return man for the Baltimore Ravens.

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Ravens RB Buck Allen looks to rebound after frustrating season

Baltimore Ravens third-year running back Buck Allen has experienced a roller coaster during his first two years in the NFL. He entered the league as a third round draft pick with high hopes.

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Ravens safety Eric Weddle expects to have the best year ever!

Veteran players reported to training camp for the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 and took to the field for the first time on Thursday. Camp can be a grueling and tedious process for veteran players.

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Ravens have a full stable of running backs

The Baltimore Ravens have been trying to find a way to repeat the success they enjoyed running the ball in 2014 with Gary Kubiak as their offensive coordinator.

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Veteran safety Tony Jefferson feels Ravens are perfect match for him

The Baltimore Ravens were looking to get younger at safety during the offseason. Eric Weddle, the big free agent signing in 2016 proved to be a solid acquisition with his team-leading four interceptions.

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Ravens have a big dilemma at tight end

The Baltimore Ravens will have an interesting road to travel when it comes to the tight end position. The team will be without Dennis Pitta, last year's team leader in receptions.

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Ravens RB Danny Woodhead proves big things come in small packages

The Baltimore Ravens needed to add a jolt to their offense after losing Steve Smith Sr. last season. Other than Mike Wallace, the team lacked a playmaker on offense.

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Dennis Pitta has positive outlook after third hip injury

Former Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta led the team with 86 receptions. Pitta's outstanding season came after he overcame two hip dislocations that caused him to miss the last two seasons.

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Ravens offense gets boost by signing veteran wide receiver Jeremy Maclin

The loss of Steve Smith Sr. to retirement and Kamar Aiken via free agency left the Baltimore Ravens with a void at wide receiver. Throw in the departure of Kyle Juszczyk along with an injury to Dennis Pitta, and now four of Joe Flacco's top targets will not be there this season.

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Defensive tackle Brandon Williams ready to show he is a team leader

Brandon Williams signed a five-year, $52.5 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens, which includes a $12.5 million signing bonus, $33.8 million guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $10.5 million.

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Ravens striving to cultivate youth on offensive line

The Baltimore Ravens have forged their identity as an old school physical team.

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Ravens kickoff crucial season with first wave of OTAs

The 2017 season is a pivotal season for the Baltimore Ravens and head coach John Harbaugh.

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Could a Michigan to Baltimore pipeline be brewing?

The Baltimore Ravens have added four players from the University of Michigan over the last two years.

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It's all in the family for new Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey, the pressure was controlled during his early years.

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Ozzie Newsome could tap Alabama pipeline once again in 2017 NFL Draft

The Baltimore Ravens are approaching the 2017 NFL Draft with a few holes to fill.

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Lardarius Webb finds a way back to the Ravens

Lardarius Webb signed a three-year deal worth $10.5 million with the Baltimore Ravens after he was released by the team in March this year.

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Ravens decide to move on from Timmy Jernigan

Jernigan has been traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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There is a new Carr in the Ravens garage

Carr just signed a four-year $23.5 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens.

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Bringing Brandon Williams back was essential to the Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens made a great decision to bring back defensive tackle Brandon Williams

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Could Ray Rice's past prevent Ravens from selecting Oklahoma running back?

Mixon has some extra baggage after a domestic violence incident was caught on video.

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Matt Elam’s struggle will be on the minds of Ravens officials at NFL Combine

Elam was an All-American safety at the University of Florida after starting for three consecutive seasons.

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Five prospects to watch at NFL Combine

Alabama cornerback Marlon Humphrey at the National Championship game against Clemson in January 2017

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John Harbaugh not afraid to add assistants with head coach potential

Chris Hewitt, a Ravens’ assistant since 2012, will coach the secondary in 2017 after Frazier's departure.

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Ravens must address multiple areas in NFL Draft

In 2017, the Baltimore Ravens will be expected to end the team's two-year playoff drought.

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Ravens should draft Senior Bowl prospect Haason Reddick to replace Zach Orr

Temple linebacker Haason Reddick attempts to tackle Toledo tight end Michael Roberts during a north team practice at the Reese's Senior Bowl.

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Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti points out how team’s season fell apart

The Baltimore Ravens finished yet another season without making it to the playoffs.

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Three units of football represented by Ravens in Pro Bowl

The Baltimore Ravens are in the midst of a playoff and the AFC North Divisional title hunt.

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Ravens have to run the table to win AFC North

After losing a close game in New England against the Patriots, John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens find themselves behind the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC North standings.

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Imperative that Flacco improves his sliding technique to avoid injury

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is easily Baltimore's most important player.

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Final games of Steve Smith Sr.'s NFL career

Steve Smith Sr. was released by the Carolina Panthers a few seasons ago and had a choice to make.

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Ravens passing game beginning to find consistency

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco continues to work his way back into form after tearing multiple knee ligaments last season.

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Ravens look for resurgence coming off bye week

The Baltimore Ravens are coming off the bye week having lost four straight games after starting the season with a three-game winning streak.

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