Baltimore Ravens

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  1. Alex Collins on quest to prove he's Ravens' No. 1 RB
    Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins believes he can take on a bigger role in 2018. Collins toted the ball 212 times last season and ranking 11th in the league in rushing with 973 yards.
  2. Joe Flacco not worried about Ravens drafting QB
    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco isn't fretting over the possibility of general manager Ozzie Newsome potentially using the team's first-round draft pick on a signal-caller.
  3. Robert Griffin III to be 'smarter' on run, protect himself
    Robert Griffin III's career has been marred by injuries, most stemming from his inability to get down when he scrambles. But the new Ravens QB said he's ready to be smarter when on the run this season.
  4. Robert Griffin III, Ravens agree on one-year contract
    Robert Griffin III is back on an NFL team -- and back in the DMV. The former Washington Redskins quarterback signed a one-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens, the team announced Wednesday.
  5. Ravens sign WR Michael Crabtree to three-year deal
    This time around, the Ravens found a wideout they plan to keep. Baltimore signed free-agent pass-catcher Michael Crabtree to a three-year deal, a source told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
  6. Ravens: Ryan Grant voided contract 'medical decision'
    Ryan Grant had a job with the Baltimore Ravens. Then he didn't. On Friday, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome told reporters that the team had no prior indication that health was an issue for Grant.
  7. Ex-Raiders WR Michael Crabtree to visit Ravens
    Michael Crabtree didn't have to wait long to find teams interested in his services. Ian Rapoport reports Crabtree will visit with the Baltimore Ravens today.
  8. Jeremy Maclin released by Baltimore Ravens
    Baltimore's extreme makeover in the wide receivers room has cost Jeremy Maclin his job. The Ravens released Maclin on Wednesday hours before the start of free agency.
  9. Ravens to play Bears in 2018 Hall of Fame Game
    The Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears will face each other in the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, August 2 in Canton, Ohio. This year marks the second-ever Thursday night kickoff for the Hall of Fame Game.
  10. Ray Lewis, Terrell Owens, Randy Moss lead HOF class
    Randy Moss, Ray Lewis and Terrell Owens are among the eight men who will be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this summer in Canton, Ohio.
  11. Mosley wants to stay a Raven, be 'second-best' ever
    Baltimore Ravens three-time Pro Bowl linebacker C.J. Mosley wants to remain in Baltimore for the rest of his career and ultimately end up the "second-best" ever behind Ray Lewis.
  12. Marty Mornhinweg to return as Ravens' OC in 2018
    The Baltimore Ravens will not change offensive coordinators. John Harbaugh said Thursday Maty Mornhinweg will return for the 2018 season. However, the Ravens will need a replacement for the DC role.