Ravens counting on young tight end unit to step up

The Baltimore Ravens lost one of their most influential players when Steve Smith Sr. ruptured his Achilles tendon against the San Diego Chargers.

Are Matt Elam’s days as a Raven numbered?

Matt Elam was handed a one game suspension by the NFL for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.

Joe Flacco leads Ravens to late win

The Baltimore Ravens came out on top when the game clock hit zero.

Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers present major challenge to the Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens have quite a challenge this week when they face Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers. Rivers has found a high degree of success against the Ravens throughout his career.

Taking a closer look at the Chris Canty Foundation

Many Baltimore Ravens players are very involved in helping out in the community. Defensive lineman Chris Canty is no exception— he has his own charitable foundation.

Ray Lewis discusses Atlanta murders, Baltimore riots in new memoir

There are few athletes who have the motivational ability that Baltimore Ravens legend Ray Lewis does. Lewis has been through some of the highest moments in life as well as the lowest. He touches on all of those moments in ...

Ravens celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Baltimore Ravens have made a commitment to supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a variety of initiatives throughout the month of October.

Black polo player Kareem Rosser is smashing polo balls and stereotypes

Jackie Robinson in baseball, Tiger Woods in golf, Bill Pickett in rodeo: there have been many American pioneers, who defied the odds to become legends in sports, where Blacks had previously been excluded.

Baltimore Ravens unveil Baltimore City school library

The Baltimore Ravens have a longstanding relationship with the community. It has become a tradition for the team to find ways to give back to the community. Their most recent community service event will have an impact for years to ...

Honoring Ravens coach Juan Castillo during Hispanic Awareness Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time when the contributions and achievements of Hispanic/Latino Americans are recognized in the United States.

Ravens look to keep Steelers QB Mike Vick under wraps

For the first time in 12 years, the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers will face each other without Ben Roethlisberger or Terrell Suggs on the field. Mike Vick is the new face in the next chapter of the intense Ravens/Steelers ...

Ravens review: Three up, Three down vs Bengals

The Baltimore Ravens fell to 0-3 for the first time in their 20 year history.

Children battling cancer join Governor Larry Hogan to cheer on Ravens

Governor Larry Hogan attended the Baltimore Ravens home opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, along with four children who are also battling cancer.

Ravens gave up a late lead in 28-24 loss to Bengals

The Baltimore Ravens gave up the lead late in a game for the third time in a row to lose to the Bengals 28-24 Sunday.

Columbia triathlete Michele Tuttle Places at 2015 World ITU Triathlon

USA triathlete and registered dietitian, Michelle Tuttle, placed sixth in the Sprint World Championship (50-54 age group), third for the U.S. team, at the 2015 International Triathlon Union (ITU) triathlon in Chicago recently.