Considering the Pittsburgh Steelers will look to add to their roster after cutdown day, here are three potential Ravens cuts that could interest the Steelers. They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and for NFL teams, this is never truer than during roster cutdowns. Every team has to release nearly half of their offseason roster, and there is a scramble from the other 31 teams to add some of these players to their active roster. The Pittsburgh Steelers are no exception here, and in a year with so many questions on the roster, stealing a potential AFC North cut could yield dividends for the team.
NFLPosted byThe Associated Press
BALTIMORE (AP) — It goes without saying that if Lamar Jackson misses any significant time this season, the Baltimore Ravens will have all sorts of challenges on their hands. With the star quarterback out at the beginning of training camp because of a positive COVID-19 test, the Ravens are now getting more of a look at who might replace Jackson in the event of an absence down the road.
Ravens Have Three of NFL's Most Thrilling Players, Including No. 1. Lamar Jackson has been referred to as a human cheat code, a player whose actual moves are as breathtaking as his virtual ones. So it comes as no surprise that Jackson is at the top of NFL.com's Greg Shook's...
Lamar Jackson's COVID-19 diagnosis has interrupted Baltimore's pre-launch process, but his coach was quick to find a bright side Tuesday. Jackson will be back at the end of his 10-day absence on Friday or Saturday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters. And while he's been gone, it's hasn't been all that bad for the rest of the Ravens.
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Okay, finally it’s time to do some hittin’. The Raiders put on the pads for the first time in their 2021 Training Camp and they made the most of it in the early morning heat of Henderson. Raiders practice began at 7:30 a.m. and wrapped up at 9:30 a.m.
Ravens Defensive Coordinator Wink Martindale didn't speak to the media Monday, which meant I didn't get to pose the question on the tip of my tongue. I wanted to know if there was anything else – anything – he wanted for his unit in the wake of the addition of Justin Houston, the veteran pass rusher who signed with Baltimore last weekend.
Louisville, KYPosted by97.5 WAMZ
University of Louisville alum Lamar Jackson will soon be a permanent fixture at Cardinal Stadium. The university plans to build a statue of the former Heisman Trophy winner outside the football stadium, athletics director Vince Tyra announced on The Deener Show on Monday. The statue is part of UofL's plans...
The Baltimore Ravens made a big free agency splash by signing edge defender Justin Houston to a one-year deal worth up to $4 million. He’s considered by many to be a key addition to Baltimore’s defense as a pass rusher who can get to the quarterback consistently. John Harbaugh said...
The Baltimore Ravens began another week of 2021 training camp on Monday, and there was plenty to take away from the day. Last week, the offensive unit got the better of the defense for the most part, but it went the other way around on monday with a strong showing from the defensive unit. Key players made big plays, and young players stepped up to show off their skills.
The Baltimore Ravens held their first padded practice of training camp on Tuesday. For the football purists out there, this was the official start of training camp. And for many, the official start of the football season. After weeks/months of practices in t-shirts and shorts, the Ravens roster put on...
Josh Allen can already see it; he’ll roam the line of scrimmage, dropping, then approaching. Disguising each move with another, watching the quarterback watch him. “This dude does not know what I’m about to do, but I’m going to kill him regardless.”. It’s the luxury allowed to defensive ends—particularly guys...
While defense dominated Monday’s practice according to reports, the highlight of the Baltimore Ravens training camp thus far has been how smoothly the offense has operated without their best player. Former league MVP Lamar Jackson tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in less than a calendar year prior to the team’s first practice.
In Don ‘Wink’ Martindale’s first season as the Ravens defensive coordinator, there were names like Suggs, Mosley, Smith and Weddle. The Ravens finished the year allowing only 17.9 points per game, good for second fewest in the NFL. With a stout veteran defense, the Ravens were able to make a playoff push that saw them win six of seven, earning themselves an AFC North title and a home playoff game alongside a completely revamped offense led by the league’s top rushing attack.
Sterling Hofrichter came into 2021 expected to be the team’s punter for a second straight season, though he was facing new competition in the form of Dom Maggio, a former Raven the team made the first free agent signing of the Terry Fontenot era. Now it appears he won’t get the chance to compete for the starting job this year, as the team waived him with an injury designation and added punter Cameron Nizialek.
The Ravens had an injury concern pop up on their offensive line during Tuesday’s practice, but it apparently won’t be too consequential. Guard Kevin Zeitler left practice early with a foot injury, but shouldn’t miss much time — if any. “It doesn’t look serious, they tell me,” head coach John...
Practice Report: Marcus Peters Looks Like Ed Reed With Interception and Lateral - Ryan Mink. Five days into training camp, it was the first interception the defense has gotten in 11-on-11 work, and it wasn’t surprising that it came from Peters. He came out of nowhere to pick off Trace McSorley’s pass as the quarterback scrambled to his right. The three-time Pro Bowl cornerback then weaved his way across the field before seeing Chuck Clark trailing for the pitch.
Nicole Chatham (@Browns_Babe) and I start out the episode with the news of the Nick Chubb extension with the Cleveland Browns. Why it's great and the financial implications involved before moving on to discussing the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens, in our view, are the team that will be competing for...
Everyone is eager for the return of Lamar Jackson (Reserve/COVID 19) to practice – coaches, players and fans. Head Coach John Harbaugh said Jackson is expected back this weekend, either Friday or Saturday, depending upon when the 10-day count for his absence officially began. "I'll plan for Friday," Harbaugh said...