- Mark Andrews: Type-1 Diabetes Won't Be a Problem in NFL
Ravens tight end Mark Andrews was diagnosed with Type-1 diabetes when he was 9 years old. He had a scare while in college, but has never had an issue while playing sports.
- 7 May 18, 8:02pm -
- Ravens Sign Two Tryout Players Following Rookie Minicamp; Waive Ricky Ortiz
Baltimore has added wide receiver Janarion Grant (Rutgers) and defensive end Myles Humphrey (Shepherd). The Ravens waived fullback Ricky Ortiz and undrafted linebacker Mason McKenrick.
- 7 May 18, 7:50pm -
- Ravens Devising Ways to Use Lamar Jackson in 'Laboratory,' and He's Cool With It
With Joe Flacco slated as the starter, the Ravens don’t want to leave Lamar Jackson’s electric playmaking completely on the bench. Baltimore is testing some creative uses for the rookie during practice.
- 7 May 18, 5:33pm -
- Late for Work 5/7: What to Make of Flacco & Jackson Not Talking Yet; Rookie Minicamp Standouts
Peter King: Joe Flacco has gotten the message. Two pluses for Lamar Jackson over the weekend: accuracy and likability. Rookie camp standouts include Hayden Hurst, Mark Andrews and Jordan Lasley. Four rookies remain unsigned.
- 7 May 18, 1:38pm -
- Eight Ravens Draft Picks Sign During Rookie Minicamp
The fourth- through seventh-round picks all signed their four-year rookie deals before the end of their first weekend of practices.
- 6 May 18, 12:43am -
- Lamar Jackson's Adjustment to NFL Is Off to a Good Start
Head Coach John Harbaugh said he's been impressed with Lamar Jackson's accuracy and arm talent in the first two days of practice. Jackson is learning the playbook and adjusting to playing under center, but his playmaking ability is evident.
- 5 May 18, 8:12pm -
- Notebook: First Impressions From Ravens Rookie Minicamp
It probably goes without saying, but there's a big difference in the way practices look with Lamar Jackson under center compared to Joe Flacco. Fifth-round wide receiver Jordan Lasley impressed. The Ravens' rookie tackles stand out physically.
- 5 May 18, 7:30pm -
- Ravens Will Take Part in Joint Practices With the Colts, Too
Head Coach John Harbaugh said new Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Frank Reich called about setting up practices. The two teams will work together for a couple days before their Monday night game.
- 5 May 18, 6:50pm -
- Eisenberg Fact & Opinion: Keeping Three QBs, Circling Back on Dez Bryant
Plus, the Ravens would be doing themselves and Breshad Perriman a favor by letting him start over someplace else. A sleeper candidate for a rookie that can contribute sooner than later.
- 5 May 18, 4:00pm -