The media hasn’t been allowed to attend the Baltimore Ravens’ OTAs as of yet but that isn’t stopping great snippets of things from showing up on social media. After just two days …
by: Des Bieler — Washington Post: Early Lead 23 May
It's still not out of the question that the former Cowboys star winds up in Green Bay, but Rodgers indicated that his team is looking to get younger at wide receiver.
by: N/A — NFL: Videos 22 May
Check out highlights from Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Michael Crabtree at Ravens OTAs.
by: Taylor Kothe — SB Nation: Mile High Report 22 May
A very unique piece of art from artist Alex Bennett has something cool on every square inch.
by: Vasilis Lericos — SB Nation: Baltimore Beatdown 22 May
Ravens Begin the First Installment of OTAs - Joe Schiller The voluntary offseason workouts consist of 10 days that will take place from May 21-22, May 24, May 29, May 31, June 1, June 4-5 and...
by: SBNation — Pro Football Spot 22 May
This has more to do with the appearance of the glorious jewelry that flipped the college football world on its head a season ago. READ FULL ARTICLE AT SBNATION
by: RaidersBeat.com — Raiders Beat 21 May
The Raiders have a rich history of taking abuse from NFL referees – some deserved and some not so much. During Jack Del Rio’s tenure, the Raiders finished with the third-most penalties …
by: Ben Palmer — Fansided: The Baltimore Wire 20 May
The Baltimore Ravens reportedly offered wide receiver Dez Bryant a contract this offseason and he turned it down—and that's a good thing for the Ravens. ...
by: Brad Weiss — Fansided: Just Blog Baby 20 May
As we inch closer to the summer, the Oakland Raiders are getting ready to begin organized team activities, or OTAs, which start on Tuesday, May 22. The Oak...
by: Henry McKenna — USA Today: Patriots Wire 20 May
Cordarrelle Patterson has been overlooked — at the very least by me — as a legitimate option for the New England Patriots at receiver. As a returner, Patterson seems like he has the pot…
by: Justin Boone — The Score 18 May
More from this series Breakouts to target Busts to avoid Sleepers to steal Risky picks to gamble on Bounce-back candidates It's impossible not to let emotions get involved in your fantasy decision-making. If a player let you down last year, you'll likely.
by: Lorenzo Reyes, USA TODAY — Indianapolis Star 18 May
It's been more than two months since NFL free agency officially opened, but there are still several players on the open market who could provide a big boost as a late addition.