The Ravens have become the first NFL team to permanently bring SkyCam’s aerial cameras to their home turf, introducing a cable-suspended system that captures shots while zooming over the gridiron of M&T Bank Stadium.
By Bo Smolka
The Ravens canceled practice Aug. 21 and head coach John Harbaugh took the players on a team-building excursion that included a tour of the Pentagon, a visit to John F. Kennedy’s grave at Arlington National Cemetery and a wreath-laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
At 25, Zachary Orr didn’t foresee ending his professional football career after just three years, particularly after his breakout 2016 season. Sadly, injuries can overpower even the most persistent of athletes possessing a wealth of potential.
By Andy Kostka
Former Maryland tight end Vernon Davis, who spent five years playing alongside quarterback Colin Kaepernick on the San Francisco 49ers, said Kaepernick was a “great teammate.”
The sun still isn’t shining on the Baltimore Ravens during this year’s training camp.
After a six-year truce, Morgan State University and Towson University are ready to resume their gridiron battle.
What’s better than a summertime walk in the park? How about one where you can watch the Ravens’ Pro Bowl kicker drill field goals several feet away?