By Bo Smolka
PressBox caught up with Ravens safety Eric Weddle to ask him a few off-the-field questions.
By Bo Smolka
The Ravens game against the Tennessee Titans Nov. 5 largely followed the script this season: Devoid of playmakers, an offense led by an inconsistent Joe Flacco struggled to generate points and the defense had a few costly breakdowns.
By Sandra McKee
When you ask Dr. Leigh Ann Curl about her most memorable moments as the head orthopedic surgeon with the Baltimore Ravens, she doesn’t talk about Dennis Pitta’s hips or Marshal Yanda’s knees or Joe Flacco’s back.
Facing a tide of criticism from angry Ravens fans for his decision to kneel on the field in London last Sunday, Ray Lewis and his mom are pushing back against the call for his bronze statue to come down.
A key piece of the Ravens’ 2013 Super Bowl squad returned to Baltimore today to officially end his career as a member of the flock.
After three dutiful years of singing for the Baltimore Ravens franchise, Joey Odoms is done belting out “The Star-Spangled Banner” at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Baltimore Ravens’ most legendary player is now caught in the middle of two of America’s biggest social controversies: removals of controversial statues, and the ongoing National Anthem protests sweeping the NFL.
Ben Watson didn’t kneel during the National Anthem yesterday in London, but he was right there in the chain of Ravens players and staff who locked arms in solidarity.