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Players on the bubble: RB Lorenzo Taliaferro

Drafted in the 4th round of the 2014 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens, running back Lorenzo Taliaferro looked to be a key part of the Ravens rushing attack. Coming out of Coastal Carolina, the Ravens saw Taliaferro as a big bruising back that capable of chewing down clock, converting third & short or bully his way past the goal line. During his rookie season, Taliaferro got...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 hour ago

Breshad Perriman Adding Improved Hands To Blazing Speed

The Ravens’ returning 2015 first-round pick has always been known for his speed. Offensive Coordinator Marc Trestman has noticed that his concentration has improved.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
1 hour ago

Ravens on the rise: Chris Moore

This past April, the Baltimore Ravens made wide receiver Chris Moore one of their five fourth round picks in the 2016 NFL draft. Coming out of Cincinnati, Moore was viewed as simply a speed receiver, with some of the knocks on him being inconsistent hands and raw route running ability. He was mocked as late as the sixth round by some analysts, many of whom viewed him as a project...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
2 hours ago

Terrell Suggs: Did Injury Hurt His Chances for Hall of Fame?

Terrell Suggs is a once in a lifetime player. He’s the kind of player that deserves to be enshrined forever in the Pro Football Hall of Fame? But will he have the resume needed for this honor? 106.5 sacks. That is a more than impressive total that Terrell Suggs has racked up. Suggs sits 24th […] Terrell Suggs: Did Injury Hurt His Chances for Hall of Fame? - Ebony Bird - Ebony...
Via Ebony Bird
2 hours ago

5 Things That Bode Well For The Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens Have 5 Things That Bode Well For Them: The Baltimore Ravens were 5-11 last season. We know this. It is something we had to suffer through. It is something that the football world won’t let those clas in purple and black forget. Here’s a challenge for you. Go up to anyone outside […] 5 Things That Bode Well For The Baltimore Ravens - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird...
Via Ebony Bird
3 hours ago

Added depth could help Elvis Dumervil return to old self this season

If some of the Ravens' younger players step up, veteran outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil could have a big year.
Via Ravens Insider
3 hours ago

Baltimore Ravens: 3 Things We Don’t Know Yet

The Baltimore Ravens Are Heading Into The 2016 Season As A Mystery. Will they get back to winning or stumble again? The Baltimore Ravens have not shown us who they really are in this preseason. With only two games of four exhibition games in the book the Ravens have not been fully stocked. We can’t […] Baltimore Ravens: 3 Things We Don’t Know Yet - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird ...
Via Ebony Bird
17 hours ago

Ronnie Stanley Quietly Chugging Toward Starting Job

The Ravens’ No. 6 pick is the league’s top-graded rookie offensive tackle through the first two preseason games, per Pro Football Focus. He hasn’t allowed a single pressure. He’ll be blocking for quarterback Joe Flacco in a game for the first time Saturday.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
22 hours ago

Michael Campanaro appears to be the front-runner for the Ravens' punt return duties

Ravens special teams coordinator and associate head coach Jerry Rosburg said recently that finding a punt return was one of the team's "big missions" during training camp.
Via Ravens Insider
22 hours ago

Ravens' running back picture could gain some clarity starting Saturday

None of the team's top backs have separated themselves thus far
Via Ravens Insider
22 hours ago

Ravens receiver says he lost 'three or four pounds' after cutting hair

In the photo above, you'll see what Breshad Perriman looked like when he was drafted 26th overall by the Baltimore Ravens in last year's NFL Draft. He had quite a lot of hair.Below, you'll see what Perriman looks like now, heading into his second NFL season. He's got not so much hair.Why the drastic change? Well, as Perriman told ESPN, he doesn't really know. He just woke up one...
Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

Breshad Perriman says he’ll be ‘worth the wait’

The Ravens drafted Breshad Perriman 26th overall in 2015, and they’ve waited a long time for him to take the field. The wide receiver out of Central Florida told the team’s website that it will be worth the wait and he expects to be ready to go when the Ravens open the season at home against the Bills in Week 1. Perriman tore the PCL in his right knee and missed his rookie season...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Breshad Perriman loses four pounds cutting his hair

Breshad Perriman cut his signature dreadlocks last month, and the resulting effect was a noticeable loss in weight. The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver says that he felt lighter after cutting his hair. He also noted that when he stepped on the scale, it showed a loss of about 3-4 pounds. “I feel much lighter,” Perriman told ESPN’s Jamison Hensley. “Once I cut it, I weighed...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Tuesday roundup: Crean addresses Ravens, top newcomers, more

Indiana coach Tom Crean was in Indianapolis over the weekend for the Baltimore Ravens-Indianapolis Colts preseason game at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Ravens are coached by Crean’s brother-in-law, John Harbaugh, who has attended several Indiana games over Crean’s tenure in Bloomington. ... The post Tuesday roundup: Crean addresses Ravens, top newcomers, more appeared first on Inside...
Via Inside the Hall
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens get back Dumervil and Perriman, but Pitta still sits

OWNIGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil and receiver Breshad Perriman practiced Monday for the first time this summer. Both players were on the physically unable to perform list. Dumervil is coming off foot surgery and Perriman has been hampered by a knee injury. Dumervil participated in a full practice Monday morning, and Perriman joined a non-contact session...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Former No. 2 overall pick Ryan Leaf to talk about addiction in the NFL

Long removed from being the toast of Pullman and a player many considered the next great NFL quarterback, Ryan Leaf has seen his life come full circle. The former No. 2 overall pick of the San Diego Chargers only played three seasons in the league, posting a 4-17 record while throwing 14 touchdowns compared to 36 interceptions in 21 starts. Considered one of the biggest busts in...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name every prominent quarterback in the history of the Baltimore Ravens

While there are a few obscure quarterbacks who threw passes for the Baltimore Ravens, the QBs featured in this quiz were the ‘top passer’ for the team that year, according to the number of yards passing. As an expansion team originating in 1996, the Ravens have only had 8 quarterbacks (with one repeat) to lead the team in 20 years. How many of them can you name? Clue: Years active  
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens position preview: tight ends

In this edition of the position preview series of the Baltimore Ravens I will cover the many tight ends that are currently on the roster. The Ravens have seven tight ends on the roster, so there is plenty of competition for those rosters spots right now. Last season the Ravens’ tight ends combined to catch ninety-one passes for 915 yards and five touchdowns. Baltimore will definitely...
Via isportsweb.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens WR Steve Smith, Sr. to join ESPN’s Mike & Mike during NFL season

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith, Sr. joins the expanding roster of current NFL players making regular appearances on television during the regular season. He’ll be joining ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in-studio at selected times on off-days. In addition to his appearances with Mike & Mike, Smith Sr. will contribute to a new digital series called “Draw It Up...
Via Awful Announcing
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith emotional over chance to return, calls out media

Steve Smith feels fortunate to be back on the field after rupturing his Achilles last season, but let’s make one thing clear: he is not old. “I’m sick of you all saying, ‘How can you depend on a 37-year-old to play this game after a ruptured Achilles?'” Smith said Thursday, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN. “We’re going to see.” Freshly activated off the PUP list and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Healthy and slimmer, Suggs brings his swagger back to Ravens

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Terrell Suggs still wears No. 55, and his familiar mischievous smile isn't going anywhere. Thing is, there's less of Suggs to appreciate in his return to the football field from a torn left Achilles tendon. Though he won't disclose how much weight he's lost, the 33-year-old Baltimore Ravens linebacker is sleeker than he's been in years. ''He's in excellent...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens position preview: cornerbacks

The Baltimore Ravens secondary has plenty of room to improve, particularly at the cornerback position. Last season, the Ravens were dead last in the National Football League in interceptions. Four individual players picked off more passes than the Ravens did as a team. Of the nine players on the depth chart, only a third started a game in a Ravens uniform last season. Another third of...
Via isportsweb.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith Sr. passes physical, could practice Monday

Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. is extremely close to practicing with his teammates for the first time this summer. Steve Smith Sr. passed his physical today and will return to practice soon. pic.twitter.com/JdT4i3ZpkI — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) August 17, 2016 Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun noted Smith could return to action as early as Monday next week....
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Flacco excited about Mike Wallace

Mike Wallace didn’t change his uniform color going from the Vikings to the Ravens, but everything else about him seems to have changed. “Mike is awesome,” Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco told ESPN.com. “I think he is going to be a really big hit for us.” Wallace, who turned 30 on Aug. 1, seemed destined to play out the rest of his career as a journeyman after being released...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Flacco: ‘My knee’s not 100 percent’

Heading into the second week of preseason action, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is still dealing with lingering effects from his knee surgery. Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, he revealed his knee still isn’t fully healthy but did say “it feels great,” per Luke Jones of WNST.net. #Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco on how he feels: pic.twitter.com/5FG7QvUHns —...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss
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