The 35-year-old Haloti Ngata, who was at his best with the Baltimore Ravens, found a unique way to announce his retirement from the NFL: from atop Mount Kilimanjaro.
After losing multiple key players to free agency earlier in the week, the Baltimore Ravens bounced back to address two glaring needs by signing running back Mark Ingram and safety Earl Thomas on Wednesday.
On the second day of spending before the first real day of free agency, the dollars kept flowing — especially from the coffers of the New York Jets and Green Bay Packers.
With unrestricted free agent linebackers C.J. Mosley, Terrell Suggs and Za’Darius Smith headed elsewhere after the release last week of safety Eric Weddle, the Baltimore Ravens’ top-ranked defense in 2018 will have a decidedly different look next season.
After pursuing opposing quarterbacks and providing boisterous leadership on and off the field in Baltimore for 16 seasons, Terrell Suggs has reportedly told the Ravens he’s leaving.
The Baltimore Ravens have signed pending unrestricted free agent tight end Nick Boyle to a three-year contract, the latest in a series of moves by rookie general manager Eric DeCosta during a busy offseason.
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a deal that will send quarterback Joe Flacco to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a mid-round draft pick, according to multiple reports.
In his new role as general manager of the Baltimore Ravens, Eric DeCosta has no intention of filling the shoes of his highly successful predecessor, Ozzie Newsome — but the 47-year-old DeCosta has moved up the corporate ladder from intern to the gig he’s always wanted.
Trent Dilfer, the former NFL quarterback who won the 2000 Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens, has been hired as head football coach at a Tennessee high school.
A day before his 22nd birthday, Lamar Jackson became the youngest quarterback to start a postseason game, and aside from getting in gear late, looked like someone not quite ready for the big stage in the Baltimore Ravens’ wild card loss to the L.A. Chargers.
The Baltimore Ravens squeezed past the Browns and into the playoffs, using two rushing touchdowns by rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson and a late defensive stand to beat Cleveland 26-24 Sunday and claim the AFC North title.
The Baltimore Ravens held off a late rally by the Cleveland Browns to win 26-24, and clinch their first AFC North title since 2012.
The Chargers feature cagy veteran Philip Rivers, who is having one of the best seasons of his 15-year career. The Ravens have surged back into postseason contention behind fleet-footed rookie Lamar Jackson. They meet in a prime-time game with plenty of implications for the AFC playoff picture.
Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson picked apart the Tampa Bay defense on a soggy field, running for 95 yards and throwing for 131 to carry the Baltimore Ravens to a 20-12 victory Sunday.
Jackson had X-rays on his ankle afterward that came back negative, and he did his best to brush off the injury, likely knowing full-well that Joe Flacco appears ready to return from his own injury.
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