Author | Luke Jones

Webb named Ravens’ Ed Block Courage Award winner

Webb named Ravens’ Ed Block Courage Award winner

November 22, 2014 | Luke Jones

In the midst of a difficult season that started with a debilitating back injury in training camp, Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb has been recognized for not giving up. The 29-year-old was named this year’s recipient of the Ed Block Courage Award winner, which was voted on by his Ravens teammates. Webb missed all of training [...]

Yanda, Juszczyk probable for Saints game on Monday night

Yanda, Juszczyk probable for Saints game on Monday night

November 22, 2014 | Luke Jones

The Pro Bowl guard practiced fully each of the last two days.

Juszczyk added to injury report as limited participant

Juszczyk added to injury report as limited participant

November 21, 2014 | Luke Jones

The Ravens fullback is dealing with a foot issue.

Ravens cornerback Jackson returns to practice field

Ravens cornerback Jackson returns to practice field

November 21, 2014 | Luke Jones

The third-year defensive back is eligible to return to game action as early as Week 14 against Miami.

Flacco, wife expecting third child in January

November 21, 2014 | Luke Jones

The Ravens hope to return to the playoffs for the sixth time in seven years, but quarterback Joe Flacco will have something else on his mind right around then should it happen. According to the team’s official website, Flacco and wife Dana are expecting their third child in January and the quarterback hopes they won’t [...]

Luke Jones

Luke Jones is the Baltimore Ravens and Orioles beat reporter for WNST.net and is a PFWA member. His mind is filled with useless sports knowledge and movie quotes, yet he rarely remembers where he put his car keys. Luke's favorite sports memories include attending the Ravens' Super Bowl XXXV victory parade in the pouring rain and watching the Terps advance to the Final Four at the Carrier Dome in 2002, making snow-heavy Syracuse bearable for one day. Follow him on Twitter (@BaltimoreLuke) in addition to reading his contributions at WNST.net.