Despite being upset by Case Keenum and the Houston Texans last week, the Baltimore Ravens have managed to sneak into the playoffs with a 10-6 record after pulling off a 20-10 victory this afternoon and receiving some help from the Chase Daniel-led Kansas City Chiefs. Joe Flacco and his BaltimoreRead More →

This morning the Baltimore Ravens announced that the league has suspended nose tackle Haloti Ngata for the final four games of the 2014 regular season for a violation of the league’s performing-enhancing drug policy. If Baltimore manages to escape the AFC North alive and make the postseason, the five-time Pro BowlerRead More →

As if the Baltimore Ravens (5-4) could afford any more setbacks on the defensive side of the ball––especially in the secondary. On Thursday, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh announced that cornerback Jimmy Smith underwent season-ending surgery on his injured foot. Originally, the foot injury was only expected to keep SmithRead More →

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 31st-ranked defense has struggled this season, but nothing compared to what they did against the Baltimore Ravens this afternoon. Playing without starting defensive backs Johnthan Banks and Dashon Goldson, head coach Lovie Smith’s Tampa 2 defense surrendered 28 first quarter points to quarterback Joe Flacco andRead More →

Over the last decade or so, there’s not a single NFL rivalry that has been more electrifying and intense than the AFC North rivalry of the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. Both franchises are built very similarly, and have combined for three Super Bowl victories dating back to the 2005-06Read More →

Less than 24 hours after the Baltimore Ravens lost a rare home game to the Cincinnati Bengals to open their 2014 season, the team made a game-changing move. As an additional video of veteran Ray Rice’s domestic dispute with his then-fiancee was released by TMZ, the Ravens made the decisionRead More →

Ed Reed. Chris McAlister. Rod Woodson. Duane Starks. Bernard Pollard. James Ihedigbo. Samari Rolle. The Baltimore Ravens have had playmakers in their secondary over the last decade. In fact, one of the aforementioned names is in the Hall of Fame right now (although Woodson was technically inducted as a PittsburghRead More →

We’ve put together a list that includes the one undrafted player from each team that has the best shot at making the final 53-man roster for each team. Here’s the AFC North edition: AFC North Baltimore Ravens: OT James Hurst Injuries derailed Hurst’s career and draft stock this year. HeRead More →

It’s been a tough off-season for Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. Late last night, Baltimore Cornerback Jimmy Smith became the fifth––count ’em, fifth––of Harbaugh’s players to be arrested this off-season. According to The Baltimore Sun and the Baltimore County police department, Smith was arrested and charged with misdemeanor disorderlyRead More →

You’d think that former first round pick Ed Reed would have opted to ride away into the sunset with long-time teammate Ray Lewis following the Baltimore Ravens’ 2012 Super Bowl victory. He had finally gotten the championship ring he’d been playing his heart out for, and he clearly had lostRead More →