Author | Luke Jones

Harbaugh doesn’t have any doubt Ngata deal will get done

Harbaugh doesn’t have any doubt Ngata deal will get done

February 18, 2015 | Luke Jones

The head coach expressed confidence that the Ravens and the five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle will sign an extension.

Kubiak calls “elite” Flacco as good as anyone he’s coached

Kubiak calls “elite” Flacco as good as anyone he’s coached

February 18, 2015 | Luke Jones

The former Ravens offensive coordinator said he wouldn’t be in Denver without Flacco’s strong play in 2014.

Maier glove used to catch 1996 Jeter homer auctioned off

Maier glove used to catch 1996 Jeter homer auctioned off

February 16, 2015 | Luke Jones

Orioles fans have long wondered if the 1996 ALCS would have been different had interference been called.

Forsett’s son arrives during Valentine’s Day storm

Forsett’s son arrives during Valentine’s Day storm

February 16, 2015 | Luke Jones

An unforgettable year became a little crazier for Ravens running back Justin Forsett over the weekend as his wife gave birth to their second son. Planning to see a Lauryn Hill concert to celebrate Valentine’s Day, Forsett instead had to drive his wife to the hospital to give birth to their son, Zion. It wasn’t [...]

Sizing up the 2015 Orioles roster entering spring training

Sizing up the 2015 Orioles roster entering spring training

February 15, 2015 | Luke Jones

Luke Jones takes an early look at the 25-man roster with pitchers and catchers reporting to Sarasota this week.

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.