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CB Terrell Bonds emerges from minicamp as player to watch "A guy like that, he makes a play every day," Harbaugh said. "He's made himself relevant. It's a tough room. It's going to be very competitive. It's going to be fun to see how it shakes out."
2019 Baltimore Ravens: 3 Goals for Mark Andrews Mark Andrews had an impressive rookie season. 34 receptions for 552 yards and three touchdowns is eye opening production out of a third round pick at tight end. Andrews showed that his talents translate into the NFL game and that he more than belongs on this stage.
Baltimore Ravens offensive line could be sneaky good in 2019 The Baltimore Ravens offensive line hasn't been elite in recent years, but the 2019 edition could end up being one of the best units in the league. The Bal…
Finding Justin Tucker: How Ravens landed 'best in history of the game' The discovery of the NFL's best kicker is a story about pre-draft subterfuge, a gutsy snub of a rival and the best veto of John Harbaugh's career.
2019 Baltimore Ravens: 3 goals for Marquise Brown That needs to change with Brown. Ultimately it boils down to Brown shooting to be the best receiver the Ravens ever drafted. It\u2019s not that high of a bar. Essentially, it just means that Brown has to be better than Torrey Smith. That\u2019s not a knock on Smith, who is one of the most beloved Ravens of all-time.
Lamar Jackson plans summer workout with Baltimore Ravens teammates, Marquise Brown's status and more Plus, Ravens coach John Harbaugh discusses competition at left guard.
Michael Pierce speaks out on reports Baltimore Ravens sent him home for lack of conditioning Ravens defensive lineman pulled defensive tackle Michael Pierce off the practice field Tuesday due to conditioning issues, and kept him off the field again Wednesday.
Lamar Jackson still inconsistent but showing improvement during mandatory minicamp Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is under intense scrutiny this year. After a 2018 season in which Jackson showed plenty of promise, fans and media want to see improvements - especially in the passing game. Cut to this offseason.
Baltimore Ravens: Will Matt Judon "secure the bag" in 2019? What are the Baltimore Ravens to do then? Let\u2019s take one last look at the team\u2019s situation for the 2020 off-season and how they should attack this potential issue. As it stands right now, the Baltimore Ravens will enter the 2020 off-season with just shy of $36 million in cap space per spotrac.com\u00a0.
Matt Judon wants to be in Baltimore "forever and ever" Defensive end Matt Judon is the one certainty in the Ravens pass rush heading into 2019. With Terrell Suggs and Za'Darius Smith out of town, Judon will serve as the leader on the edge. Judon spoke after mandatory minicamp ended Thursday.
Ravens finish OTAs, minicamp in good health with no new injuries The Baltimore Ravens had the same five players miss all of minicamp but are expecting all of them back for the start of training camp.
Flashback Friday: Baltimore Ravens 1999 NFL Draft Class The 1999 Baltimore Ravens draft class was a small but worthy group of players that made a big impact on the history of the franchise.
Rushing retrospective, 2010: Todd Haley and the Kansas City Chiefs We continue our rushing retrospective series with a look at the 2010 NFL season. That year, it was the mauling Midwestern Kansas City Chiefs squad who led the way. Matt Cassel was coming into his own, Jamaal Charles was entering his prime, and Todd Haley was anything but the punchline he became several years later.
Ravens News 6/14: Minicamp notes, quotes and more Judon Enters Contract Year Thinking About His Play More Than His Pocketbook. "Contract, no contract, there's no guarantee I'll play one game this season," Judon said. "So I'm going at every single game like it's my last, and I'm going to enjoy it while I'm here.
Matthew Judon hopes to be in Baltimore "forever and ever" The Ravens said goodbye to several veteran defensive players this offseason, which leaves outside linebacker Matthew Judon as one of the longest-tenured members of the unit. Judon is only heading into his fourth season, so it's a new role for him. It's one he'd like to grow into over time.
Ravens Lamar Jackson to possibly work with QB guru Tom House this offseason Quarterback guru Tom House has worked with legends like Drew Brees and Tom Brady. He might add another in Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson.
Baltimore Ravens' Matthew Judon: 'Hopefully, I'll be here forever and ever. But… we never know' - For the first time in his short-yet-impressive NFL career, Baltimore Ravens fourth-year outside linebacker Matthew Judon did not attend the voluntary portion of the team's offseason program. Instead, the young edge rusher entering the final year of his contract returned just for this week's mandatory minicamp.
Lamar Jackson plans on practicing with teammates before training camp Though most of the Baltimore Ravens will enjoy a long summer break following the conclusion of this week's three-day mandatory minicamp - they don't have to report back for training camp until late July - quarterback Lamar Jackson is already itching to get back on the field with his teammates.
What we learned at Baltimore Ravens minicamp: Lamar Jackson closes well, receivers compete and more Plus, Ravens tight end Mark Andrews and young DBs impress.
3 priorities for the Baltimore Ravens entering training camp Here are three priorities for Baltimore entering camp:. The Ravens lost several key members of their defense this offseason, including starting linebackers C.J. Mosley and Za'Darius Smith.
Matthew Judon Hopes To Be In Baltimore 'Forever And Ever' Baltimore Ravens veteran linebacker Matthew Judon made it clear that he hopes to be with the franchise "forever and ever."
Baltimore Ravens Roundup: Lamar Jackson has his best practice yet Kick off your Friday with the latest Baltimore Ravens news. The Ravens are hopeful Earl Thomas will be a leader for their new defense which Thomas called "very complex." "This defense is very complex compared to what we were doing in Seattle," Thomas said to Ravens media.
3 trade targets Eagles should consider from Ravens in 2019 before training camp Now that minicamp is officially in the books for the Philadelphia Eagles, it's only a matter of time before training camp officially gets underway at the end of July, which should bring plenty of excitement to the table.
Baltimore Ravens star who came 'from the bottom' buys his mom a brand-new home Baltimore Ravens safety Anthony Levine grew up in poverty, but he said he was going to buy his mother a house, according to WJZ-TV. He did just that last month. Levine, who grew up with his mother, a single parent, in Abbeville, Louisiana. Levine's mother, Christina, also took care of his siblings - two brothers and a sister.
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