Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore Ravens’

5 NFL Blockbuster Moves That Could Happen Before Week 1

Monday, July 6th, 2020

Colin Kaepernick Signs With Baltimore Ravens It has been four years since Kaepernick last played a down in the NFL, but his talent may not have necessarily been what was keeping him out. It seems as if teams may be more warm to entertain the idea of signing Kaepernick now, though, making him an intriguing possibility. We still do not know what Kaepernick’s goals and desires are – or if he even wants to return to the NFL – but if he does, it would most likely have to be in a backup role.

Ravens training camp preview: Are the Ravens’ cornerbacks the best in the NFL?

Monday, July 6th, 2020

The Ravens' cornerbacks are perhaps the best defensive position group in the league.

Ravens’ backup QB Trace McSorley hopes to get on the field, somewhere

Sunday, July 5th, 2020

Ravens backup quarterback Trace McSorley is a good enough all-around athlete that when he was coming out of Penn State last year, some teams asked him to work out as a defensive back at the Scouting Combine. At the time, McSorley refused. Now, he just wants to get on the field. McSorley will obviously not [more]

Ravens news: Lamar Jackson will keep chip on his shoulder after MVP season

Saturday, July 4th, 2020

Baltimore Ravens superstar Lamar Jackson has become one of the most transcendent quarterbacks in the NFL in years. The reigning MVP broke Michael Vick’s previous record for rushing yards in a single season by a quarterback (1,206), and he also led the league with 36 touchdown passes. But the former No.

Ravens training camp preview: How effective of a season can Matthew Judon have?

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

The Ravens didn't address the outside linebacker position, but other additions should benefit the group.

Ranking the Baltimore Ravens’ five most important players for 2020

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

We’ve arrived at the end of week and the end of our countdown ranking the Baltimore Ravens’ 30 most important players for 2020 (using the assumption that some semblance of a season arrives in the calendar year). You can go back to read our run downs of Nos. through 21 on the list, 20 through 11 and 10 through six.

Ravens News 7/3: Super Bowl favorites and more

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Kansas City is the defending Super Bowl champion with the rare distinction of returning all three coordinators, 20 of 22 starters, and 22 of 23 assistant coaches from their championship squad. That’s rad. Also, Patrick Mahomes still exists.

How Baltimore Ravens’ Trace McSorley has handled a pivotal — and ‘weird’ — offseason

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

He traveled to train with teammates and worked with another second-year NFL passer. He sculpted his body (and, yes, passed the conditioning test). With NFL facilities closed and coronavirus-related shutdowns disrupting plans, McSorley believes he was productive over the past few months and is ready for the scheduled start of training camp later this month.

Salary cap reduction? Flat cap? Ravens are well positioned for whatever happens in 2021 offseason.

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

The NFL’s salary cap has grown by at least $10 million every year since 2013. With a higher revenue share for players in the league’s new collective bargaining agreement, a massive spike was expected next year. Now, with stadium revenue streams likely to be decimated this year, the league’s $198.2 million cap could fall for the first time since 2011.

Salary cap reduction? Flat cap? Ravens are well positioned for whatever happens in 2021 offseason.

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

The NFL’s salary cap has grown by at least $10 million every year since 2013. With a higher revenue share for players in the league’s new collective bargaining agreement, a massive spike was expected next year. Now, with stadium revenue streams likely to be decimated this year, the league’s $198.2 million cap could fall for the first time since 2011.