Mark Ingram’s impact on Ravens should not go unnoticed

The Baltimore Ravens announced on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, that veteran running back Mark Ingram was released.

Weathered Ravens ready for playoff push

The old saying, “Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” applies perfectly to this year’s Baltimore Ravens.

Ravens aren’t looking to ‘Remember the Titans’

Making the playoffs was the first goal for the Baltimore Ravens. It took a five- game winning streak, but here they are after finishing with an 11-5 record.

Boston Red Sox Hire Bianca Smith as First Black Woman Coach in Baseball History

Bianca Smith, 29, becomes the first Black woman to coach in professional baseball. She will work with the team’s infielders at the Red Sox minor league facility in Fort Meyers, Fla.

Ravens RB Gus Edwards unsung hero on offense

While more flashy names such as Mark Ingram or J.K. Dobbins come to mind when thinking about the Baltimore Ravens running back group, Gus Edwards just keeps working and adding a pound element to the offense.

Ravens Star Calais Campbell Donates $125K for Baltimore Black Businesses

Baltimore Ravens star Defensive End and Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, Calais Campbell has teamed with The Rockefeller Foundation to help struggling Black businesses in Maryland survive the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ravens playoff hopes are still alive!

The Baltimore Ravens have made it to the postseason in each of the years that Lamar Jackson has been the starting quarterback.

NFL Executives on Diversity: ‘We’ve Got to Do Better’

Ron Rivera of the Washington Football Team was the only minority head coach hired in the NFL heading into the 2020 season and, to the highest-ranking African American in the sport, that’s unacceptable.

Lamar Jackson named AFC Player of the Week

Older basketball fans may recall when New York Knicks center Willis Reed heroically came back from a leg injury to lead his team to a championship in Game 7 of the 1970 NBA finals.

Ravens Lamar Jackson triumphantly returns from COVID-Reserve list

The Baltimore Ravens have endured one of the NFL’s worst Covid-19 outbreaks this season over the past couple of weeks. A total of 22 players have been placed on the COVID- Reserve list during the outbreak.

Local sports figure partners with Recreation & Parks to revive recreational facility

After being closed for 12 years, West Baltimore’s Hilton Recreation Center has begun its path to once again becoming a staple for the community’s youth thanks to a partnership between Baltimore City Recreation & Parks (BCRP) and former NFL player ...

Ravens continue to struggle with Covid-19 Outbreak

The Baltimore Ravens are dealing with the most extensive Covid-19 outbreak in NFL to date. In total, 22 Ravens players have been placed on the Reserve- COVID list since their Week 11 game against the Tennessee Titans.

For the first time in NFL history, an all Black crew officiated an NFL Game

In 1965, after beginning his officiating career working college games in the San Francisco Bay Area, the NFL hired Burl Toler as a head linesman— making him the first Black official in any major professional sports league.

Ravens facing COVID-19 scare once again

The Baltimore Ravens are facing another Covid-19 scare this week. The organization learned late Sunday night that multiple players tested positive for COVID-19. The news came hours after Baltimore’s 30-26 loss to the Tennessee Titans.

Ravens need Marquise “Hollywwod’ Brown to reclaim playmaking role in their offense

The Baltimore Ravens had visions of explosive plays when they selected former Oklahoma wide receiver Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown with the 25th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. The roadrunner like receiver was nursing a foot injury at the time ...