The hit that Terrell Suggs placed on Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford drew a lot of criticism from the Philadelphia media and a few of the Eagles players.
The Baltimore Ravens and Philadelphia Eagles participated in joint-practices and capped off the week with a preseason game on Saturday.
The Bowie Baysox announced that 2015 playoff ticket strips are now available for purchase as the Baysox make a strong push for their first ever Eastern League Championship. The tickets are available as a strip of six box seat tickets ...
Joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles gave Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Matt Schaub a chance to go home.
Wide receiver is a position that the Baltimore Ravens have tried to address via free agency and the draft over the last couple of years. One of their 2014 draft picks was Michael Campanaro.
She stands on the brink of writing another chapter in tennis history, but Serena Williams has other things on her mind just now.
Second year safety Terrence Brooks started training camp with the Baltimore Ravens on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list.
Whoa, who knew the debate over participation trophies -- those awards children get just for showing up and playing sports -- would strike such a chord?
The Baltimore Ravens will take a ride up 95 North on Tuesday and get ready to kickoff joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
The Baltimore Ravens used a second round pick to select linebacker Courtney Upshaw in the 2012 NFL Draft.
The Baltimore Ravens kicked off the preseason against the New Orleans Saints at M&T Bank stadium on Thursday night.
John Harbaugh knew exactly what he was getting when he reached out to Marty Mornhinweg after the New York Jets didn’t bring back their 2014 coaching staff.
As they say; “All good things come to an end.” For Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr, the end will be after this season.
When you meet Derrick Coleman, Jr., the first word that comes to mind is "genuine."
“The NFL is my dream. It’s my lifelong goal.” Those are the words former Army quarterback turned wide receiver Trent Steelman utters when asked about being in the league.