In 2017, DeShon Elliott of the Ravens and Minkah Fitzpatrick of the Steelers competed to be the best safety in college football. Now they’re competing as AFC North rivals.
by: admin — Fast Philly Sports 11h
Says Bo Wulf of The Athletic: There’s a play from the Eagles’ Week 6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens you might have seen. It starts as a typical zone read,
by: Spencer Schultz — SB Nation: Baltimore Beatdown 24 Oct
Twitched up explosion and sacks — lots of sacks.
by: Doug Farrar — USA Today: Touchdown Wire 22 Oct
In both the 2018 and 2019 seasons, no NFL defense blitzed more than the Baltimore Ravens defense, led by defensive coordinator Don Martindale. In 2018, Baltimore sent extra rushers on 39.6% of thei…
by: Adam Wells — Bleacher Report 22 Oct
The Baltimore Ravens are hoping Yannick Ngakoue can upgrade their front-four pass rush after reportedly acquiring him from the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday...
Why Baltimore Ravens handed a mid-season practice squad signee a significant role on defense - pennlive.com
by: Aaron Kasinitz | — Penn Live 20 Oct
The Ravens had no problem thrusting 31-year-old safety Marcus Gilchrist onto the field and asking him to help steady the secondary.
by: Dave Zangaro — NBC Sports Philadelphia 20 Oct
Jalen Hurts provided a spark for the Eagles' offense on Sunday. It's time to get him more involved. By Dave Zangaro
by: Daniel Oyefusi — The Baltimore Sun 20 Oct
Ravens players won’t have to worry about a game this weekend; however, they won’t be very far away from the team’s facility.
by: N/A — NFL: Baltimore Ravens 19 Oct
Safety Chuck Clark talks about the team's outlook after its close game in Philadelphia.
Baltimore Ravens defenders dust off lapses in second-half vs. Eagles: ‘Stuff happens’ - pennlive.com
by: Aaron Kasinitz | — Penn Live 19 Oct
The Ravens allowed a handful of big plays against the Eagles, but Chuck Clark and Patrick Queen aren't fretting.
Ravens’ shifted bye week presents opportunity to get healthy, correct mistakes before clash with Steelers
by: Daniel Oyefusi — The Baltimore Sun 19 Oct
An extra week to rest and prepare for any team is always helpful, but after a game in which the offense once again sputtered and the defense gave up several chunk plays, it could prove to be extra beneficial.