There’s an interesting crop of linebackers in Mobile, Ala. this week, and they’ll show their stuff in Saturday’s game.
Baltimore Ravens position review: Behind Marquise Brown, questions linger at wide receiver - pennlive.com
by: Aaron Kasinitz | — Penn Live 22 Jan
Marquise Brown was the only Ravens receiver to top 350 yards in 2019.
by: Kevin Oestreicher — USA Today: Ravens Wire 20 Jan
After their 14-2 regular season campaign that saw them pegged as Super Bowl favorites by many, the Baltimore Ravens were shown the door in the playoffs by the Tennessee Titans, losing 28-12 in the …
by: Dave Bryan — Steelers Depot 12 Jan
How is your Saturday going? The Divisional Round of 2019-2020 NFL playoffs got started earlier on Saturday with the first of two contests that included the San Francisco 49ers, the No. 1 seed in the NFC, winning 27-10 at home against the Minnesota...
by: Hunter Noll — Clutchpoints 12 Jan
The Baltimore Ravens went 14-2 in the regular season. That was the best record in football. It also meant that they got a bye in the first round and have homefield advantage up until the Super Bowl. Due to the bye week, they had to wait and see who...
by: (AP) — Wisconsin State Journal 12 Jan
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ravens running back Mark Ingram avoided the inactive list and was expected to suit up in Baltimore's playoff opener against Tennessee on Saturday night. Ingram hasn't played...
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 12 Jan
Ravens running back Mark Ingram avoided the inactive list and was expected to suit up in Baltimore's playoff opener against Tennessee on Saturday night.
by: Erik Bacharach, Nashville Tennessean — Tennessean 12 Jan
Sizing up Saturday's AFC divisional-round game between the Ravens (14-2) and Titans (10-7) from a daily fantasy football perspective.
by: N/A — NFL: Tennessee Titans 12 Jan
Inactive players for Saturday's AFC Divisional playoff game between the Titans vs. Ravens.
by: Daniel Oyefusi — The Baltimore Sun 12 Jan
Ingram returned to practice Thursday for the first time since straining his calf Dec. 22 against the Cleveland Browns.
by: Charean Williams — NBC Sports 12 Jan
The Ravens will have two of their biggest offensive weapons for tonight’s divisional round game against the Titans. Running back Mark Ingram returns after injuring his calf in Week 16. He was…
by: Jamison Hensley, ESPN Staff Writer — NFL Nation: Baltimore Ravens 12 Jan
Ravens running back Mark Ingram has been battling a calf injury since Week 17, but he'll play Saturday. Linebacker Jayon Brown is out for Tennessee.