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Ravens announce NFL Draft festivities

Quarterback Lamar Jackson signs autographs at the 2018 Baltimore Ravens Draft Fest. Credit: Baltimore Ravens.

With so many key departures and open roster spots, the Ravens will be looking to the NFL Draft to address the team’s needs as it looks to repeat as AFC North champions.

It’s a critical point for the franchise, but it’s also a cause for celebration as the Ravens select new players who could make up the core of the team for years to come. So, naturally, there will be parties.

Ravens will release more training camp parking passes this afternoon

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The Baltimore Ravens are inviting more fans to attend training camp, releasing additional parking passes to the public at 3 p.m. today.

Ravens slash concession prices, making some beers as cheap as $5 (!)

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Joining teams like the Atlanta Falcons and our very own Baltimore Orioles, the Baltimore Ravens announced today they are cutting prices on 21 food and beverage options at M&T Bank Stadium.

The move also includes 12 oz. cans of Bud Light and Miller Lite for the very reasonable price of $5. Domestic draughts and 16 oz. domestic cans go from $8.50 to $7, and premium brews of the same size go from $9.50 to $8. Spirits go down one dollar, to $9.

It’s still cheaper to tailgate of course, but think of it this way: It’s now easier on the wallet to keep riding your pregame buzz.

Event Pick: The Ravens host Draft Fest to celebrate the team’s past, present and future

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The Baltimore Ravens made waves Thursday night when, after selecting University of South Carolina tight end Hayden Hurst with the 25th overall pick, they traded back into the first round to take versatile University of Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Event Pick: Torrey Smith hosts a charity basketball game at RoFo Arena

Image via the Torrey Smith Family Fund.

Wide receiver Torrey Smith doesn’t play for the Baltimore Ravens anymore, but his connections to the city run deep. As he told the Ravens’ website in 2017: “Our roots in the community are bigger than football. I meet people here and they feel like I’m their nephew or their grandson or something. I don’t know why it is. I can’t really explain it. It’s always been amazing, and it’s home for us.”

Reports: Ravens expected to sign WR Ryan Grant

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By Bo Smolka

Not long after agreeing to sign free-agent wide receiver John Brown, the Baltimore Ravens also agreed to a deal with former Washington Redskins wide receiver Ryan Grant, the first two moves in an effort to transform the team’s wide receiver corps.

Ravens, Bears To Play In 2018 Hall Of Fame Game

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By Bo Smolka

The Baltimore Ravens will face the Chicago Bears in the annual preseason Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio, Aug. 2, as part of the festivities leading to the enshrinement of linebacker Ray Lewis and the rest of the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame class two days later.

Steve Bisciotti: Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome Will Retire After 2018 Season

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By Bo Smolka

Change is coming at the top of the Ravens’ organization, but not until next season.

It Sure Sounds Like Mornhinweg is Staying with the Ravens

John Harbaugh addresses the media at his season-review press conference. Image via Facebook Live.

At his season-review press conference this afternoon, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh indicated that he expects offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg to be back with the team next season.

Ray Lewis is a Finalist for the Hall of Fame

Image via Ray Lewis’ official Facebook page.

Baltimore Ravens legend Ray Lewis is knocking on the door of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.