RAVENS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Ravens special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg 'happy' to have Justin Tucker back

For obvious reasons, Ravens secial teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg was elated – and possibly a bit relieved – when kicker Justin Tucker signed a long-term deal as the deadline neared recently. “I was happy for Justin, I was happy for Ozzie [Newsome] and our personnel department and our organization...
Via Ravens Insider
5 hours ago

Could Dennis Pitta Become The Ravens Go To Guy Again?

Dennis Pitta Is Attempting A Comeback. Can he resume his duties as Joe Flacco’s Go to guy? Dennis Pitta and Joe Flacco just have a connection. They’re best friends, and they are always on the same page on the field. Pitta played a big role in the Super Bowl XLVII run. In the 2012 playoffs […] Could Dennis Pitta Become The Ravens Go To Guy Again? - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird -...
Via Ebony Bird
8 hours ago

Ravens Training Camp Transcripts: Day 3

Special Teams Coordinator/Associate Head Coach Jerry Rosburg, Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees & Offensive Coordinator Marc Trestman
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
9 hours ago

With Jake Long not signing with the team, the Ravens still need depth at left tackle

The Baltimore Ravens and free agent left tackle Jake Long looked to have a deal in place for Long to be on the team in 2016. In the end, Long could not agree to terms with the Ravens as he would not sign an injury waiver that would allow the Ravens to do away with his contract if he were to get hurt. Long’s decision still leaves the Ravens with question marks as to who will not...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
9 hours ago

Ravens sign P Michael Palardy

Jamison Hensley of ESPN reported this morning that the Ravens signed a lefty punter, Michael Palardy. Palardy attended college at Tennessee where he served as both a punter and a place kicker. He is entering his second season in the NFL, following bouncing around between the Raiders, Rams, Panthers and now Ravens. The Ravens added Palardy to fill the 90th spot on the roster that...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
10 hours ago

Ravens rookie Keenan Reynolds: 'I’m not where I want to be'

Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds, who is trying to make the transition from quarterback to wide receiver and special teams player after being drafted in the sixth round, compared the early portion of his first NFL training camp to when he was a plebe in Annapolis four years ago. “I’m not...
Via Ravens Insider
11 hours ago

Ravens defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan leaves practice with apparent injury

The sight of defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan leaving the field in the middle of practice to head to the training room brought back bad memories of last season. Jernigan walked off without any help, but he seemed to be moving stiffly. After the play Jernigan appeared to get hurt, he looked to be...
Via Ravens Insider
11 hours ago

Baltimore Ravens injury news 7/30

Though it is only day three of the Baltimore Ravens 2016 campaign, they are missing multiple components. Crockett Gillmore was not present during the first padded practice. Not good after he left practice yesterday, and news broke he needed an MRI on the hamstring. No update was given on his status this afternoon. Kenneth Dixon - After a shove along the sideline Kenneth Dixon was...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
11 hours ago

Ravens Add Another Punter To Fill 90-Man Roster

Baltimore signed left-footed punter Michael Palardy to give Sam Koch a rest during training camp.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
11 hours ago

Ravens And Jake Long Step Away From Each Other

According to reports: Jake Long declined to sign an injury waiver and therefore the Baltimore Ravens will not be adding him to the roster. The Baltimore Ravens were hoping to add some depth to their offensive line with the addition of Jake Long. Long failed his physical and the Ravens decided to step away from […] Ravens And Jake Long Step Away From Each Other - Ebony Bird - Ebony...
Via Ebony Bird
1 day ago

Suggs eager to get back on field and return to form

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Terrell Suggs is convinced he still has a few more sacks left in him, even though he's 33 years old and coming off a torn left Achilles tendon. Suggs was carted off the field in the 2015 season opener and still hasn't quite fully recovered. He has been placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list and won't be in uniform Thursday when the Baltimore Ravens...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens agree to 1-year deal with OL Long, pending physical

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) The Baltimore Ravens have reached an agreement with veteran offensive lineman Jake Long on a one-year contract, pending the condition of his oft-injured right knee. Long played in four Pro Bowls after being selected by Miami as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2008 draft. But he played sparingly in just four games with Atlanta last year after tearing his right...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens: Who will protect Joe Flacco?

In order to win, the Baltimore Ravens need Joe Flacco on the field. With Flacco returning from a ACL last season, a solid offensive line is crucial to the Ravens’ success.  After missing half of the games over a span of two seasons and poor performances the others, the Ravens let offensive tackle Eugene Monroe go. The Ravens shopped him around for a few weeks before and after...
Via isportsweb.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The Undefeated adds Domonique Foxworth, LZ Granderson, Mark W. Wright

ESPN’s The Undefeated is continuing to grow. The site, which was launched back in May after years of development, has added three new people to its umbrella, Domonique Foxworth, LZ Granderson and Mark W. Wright. Granderson and Wright are ESPN veterans, while Foxworth is a famed former NFL cornerback and the former president of the NFLPA. Here are some details on their new roles...
Via Awful Announcing
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Suggs, Steve Smith among 6 Ravens on PUP list

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Baltimore Ravens standouts Terrell Suggs, Steve Smith and Elvis Dumervil are among six players who will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Suggs, a six-time Pro Bowl linebacker, and Smith, a 37-year-old receiver, both tore Achilles tendons last season. Dumervil, who had six sacks in 2015, is recovering from an offseason foot surgery...
Via Associated Press
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Ray Rice Earn Another Chance in the NFL?

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been out of football since 2014, but this has not ended his pursuits of an NFL return. Rice played six seasons for the Ravens and totaled 6,180 rushing yards and 37 TDs. Rice is now at the age of 29, but he believes he still has enough left in the tank to play and is out to prove to the league he is past his domestic violence issue...
Via The Sports Journal
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Eugene Monroe announces retirement at 29 years of age

A month ago offensive lineman Eugene Monroe announced he was not returning to the Baltimore Ravens for the 2016 season. It turns out he will not be returning to any NFL team in 2016 after announcing his retirement Thursday morning. In an essay written for and published by The Players’ Tribune, Monroe cites a focus over his health with concerns of CTE. Today, I am making my exit...
Via The Comeback
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice will donate salary to domestic violence programs if NFL team signs him

Running back Ray Rice has not played football after video emerged of him punching out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator and he was cut by the Baltimore Ravens in September 2014. The domestic violence charges have been dismissed and the NFL has since cleared Rice to play, but no team has signed the three-time Pro Bowler. After two years away from the field, the...
Via FOX Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Monroe retires at 29, says he is ‘terrified’ of brain injuries

Former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe announced on Thursday that he is retiring from the NFL after just seven seasons. In a piece he wrote for The Players’ Tribune, the 29-year-old Monroe spoke about how football has consumed his life but he now must put his family first. More specifically, he said he is “terrified” of the damage he might have already caused...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

TGS 2016 Preview: Baltimore Ravens

Between now and the end of August, TGS will offer up a quick snapshot of every NFL team heading into the 2016 regular season. Today, the Baltimore Ravens. 2015 in a nutshell: They were decimated by injuries, finishing with a losing record (5-11) for the first time in nearly a decade. Why 2016 could be different: According to Football Outsiders, no AFC team was hit harder by injuries...
Via This Given Sunday
9 days ago  |  Discuss
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