Kickoff Weekend in the NFL is always big … so scroll through for all the big injuries, big upsets and big jerks of Week 1.
GEORGETOWN, Del. — Former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader Molly Shattuck will spend 48 weekends in jail for the rape of a 15-year-old boy at a vacation rental home in Bethany Beach, Delaware. The judge gave Shattuck, 48,…
WASHINGTON — Earlier this year, the Baltimore Ravens organization was in the center of the national debate over domestic violence after then-player Ray Rice was seen on video knocking out his future wife. The team…
WASHINGTON — The Ravens team up well on the field. Now the football players are out with a Christmas album, sort of. Ravens players sing classic Christmas tunes on a video posted on the team’s…
Ma\’ake Kemoeatu, who has played for the Ravens and the Redskins, donated a kidney to his younger brother, former Steelers player Chris Kemoeatu.
The Ray Rice case continues to stir up controversy and now 20
years after the Violence Against Women Act passed, groups are advocating for
more protection for victims.
Ravens fans and businesses that carry the team\’s official gear are quickly unloading Ray Rice jerseys and other items after the running back was seen on surveillance footage punching his fiancée and knocking her out.
Prince George\’s County official says family violence is \”literally killing us.\”
The last time the Baltimore Ravens picked an inside linebacker in the first round of the NFL draft, a fellow by the name of Ray Lewis developed into one heck of a football player.
It\’s not a banner year for the NFC East.
With snow and later ice predicted to fall over the D.C. region Sunday, emergency responders urge drivers to remember some basic winter weather rules.
You may not be able to play football like a Baltimore Raven, but
you can get their Super Bowl ring — on your debit card, at
The Maryland Stadium Authority will prohibit
smoking inside stadiums at the Camden Yards Sports
Joe Flacco talks about his contract, Ray Lewis and
the lights going out during the Super Bowl.
Roads will be closed in downtown Baltimore as the
city celebrates the Ravens\’ Super Bowl win.