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Ravens Roster Refresh

Heading into week 3 of the NFL schedule, I thought I’d take a look at the Baltimore Ravens’ starters and offer some comments.  Here we go: #11 Perriman, Breshad WR – “jugs” machine #17 Wallace, Mike WR – more targets #18 Maclin, Jeremy WR – A whole lot more targets #79 Stanley, Ronnie LT – […]

Benintendi’s single in 11th sends Boston past Orioles 10-8

Baltimore has now dropped 10 of its last 12 games and still hasn’t won back-to-back contests in September.

Red Sox 10, Orioles 8 final/11 box score

Dylan Bundy could not protect a 6-1 lead and was chased from the game in the fifth inning.

Ravens intend to keep winning during first trip to London

“I can’t really say we care about where we play, in all honesty. We just want to go play the football game.”

Brandon Williams not dealing with “long-term” foot injury

It remains unclear whether the Ravens defensive tackle will be ready to play against Jacksonville.

Harbaugh says Ravens trying to keep business as usual for London

The Ravens will travel to London on Thursday for their Week 3 contest with Jacksonville.

Join us Saturday in London as Ravens fans march and sail over River Thames with WNST

If you’re going to London to see Ravens at Wembley this week, join our party at Fox@ExCel Pub at Royal Victoria DLR Tube stop 11 a.m. Saturday

Ravens unveil renovations at Renaissance Academy in Baltimore

Ravens president Dick Cass, tight end Benjamin Watson, and retired safety Ed Reed joined Baltimore City mayor Catherine Pugh and others on Monday.

Thoughts and comments on Ravens win over the Browns

Here are my Monday morning thoughts after the Ravens solid performance over the Browns, and my view from my vantage point from the upper deck of M&T Bank Stadium: The elation of being 2-0 was tempered by a season ending injury to future Hall of Fame guard Marshal Yanda.  He suffered a broken ankle when […]

Hear from Harbaugh, Allen, Watson, more in Audio Vault

Buck Allen finished with 101 total yards on 19 touches and caught a touchdown in the second quarter.