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Ravens will limit attendance to less than 14,000 people at home games

The Ravens don’t know if fans will be in the building when they host the Browns in Week One of the 2020 regular season, but they do know they won’t be at full capacity if fans are allowed in M&T Bank Stadium. The team sent an email to season ticket holders on Wednesday informing them [more]

Lamar Jackson cancels South Florida event

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson’s canceling a South Florida event, rather than go forward with his “Funday with LJ” event with requirements for waivers and masks. According to Jonas Shaffer of the Baltimore Sun, organizers for the event announced that more people had signed up for the event than local officials were going to allow, so [more]

Lamar Jackson intends to proceed with third annual “Funday with LJ” (waiver required)

Pandemic be damned, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson intends to proceed with his third annual “Funday with LJ” event in his hometown of Pompano Beach, Florida. Jackson has posted an advertisement for the event on Instagram. On Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 12, Jackson will host local children and family members at McNair Park for [more]

Lamar Jackson vows to keep the chip on his shoulder

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson became the league MVP in only his second season. He has nowhere to go but down. He’s determined to keep going up. “We had this conversation when I first saw him this offseason,” Jackson’s private quarterbacks coach, Joshua Harris, recently told Brent Sobleski of “I told him, ‘Well, now you [more]

Ravens’ backup QB Trace McSorley hopes to get on the field, somewhere

Ravens backup quarterback Trace McSorley is a good enough all-around athlete that when he was coming out of Penn State last year, some teams asked him to work out as a defensive back at the Scouting Combine. At the time, McSorley refused. Now, he just wants to get on the field. McSorley will obviously not [more]

Tavon Young says he’s healthy, Ravens “believe in him 100 percent”

The Ravens had a strong secondary in 2019 despite the loss of cornerback Tavon Young to a neck injury and they’re hoping that his return keeps their defensive backfield among the best in the league. Young missed all of last season because of the injury, which required a surgical repair, and has spent the last [more]

Antonio Brown working out with Russell Wilson

A report in May out of Seattle indicated Russell Wilson wants the Seahawks to sign Antonio Brown. Now, it appears the two are working out together, which should only intensify the Brown-to-Seattle talk. The receiver posted videos on his Instagram story Wednesday, and Ben Arthur of the Seattle Post Intelligencer made the connection. Brown is [more]

Two weeks left for tagged players to sign long-term deals

Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones suggested this week that he could sit out the 2020 season if he doesn’t come to an agreement with the team on a long-term deal before the July 15 deadline to do so and he has plenty of company when it comes to looking for such a contract. With two [more]

Report: Bucs remain uninterested in Antonio Brown

The NFL will complete its investigation into Antonio Brown at some point, and chances are, the receiver finds a job somewhere. That somewhere won’t be Tampa. Greg Auman of reports that “nothing has changed with Bucs and their lack of interest in signing Antonio Brown. As Bruce Arians made clear in March, just not [more]

Report: Teams are talking to “friends and associates” of Colin Kaepernick

The dance continues. Even if the footwork and the music rarely if ever match. NFL Media, owned and operated by the NFL, reported last week that multiple teams are interested in quarterback Colin Kaepernick. PFT reported in response that such interest has not resulted in any team contacting Kaepernick or his representatives. Then, NFL Media [more]

Ravens take the “pure death” conditioning test virtually

Virtual workouts can still be literal hell. Jamison Hensley of explains that the Ravens’ virtual offseason workouts included the team’s notoriously challenging conditioning test. “It is pure death,” former Ravens running back Justin Forsett told Hensley. “It is the hardest conditioning test I had throughout my time in the NFL,” added Forsett, who played [more]

Von Miller’s pass-rush summit goes virtual

At a time when plenty of NFL quarterbacks are defying the medical advice of the league and the union to not participate in on-field workouts together before training camp, the guys who get paid to chase them around are heeding the recommendations. Broncos linebacker Von Miller, the Super Bowl 50 MVP and still one of [more]

Colts public relations staff wins PFWA’s Rozelle Award

The Pro Football Writers of America have selected the Colts public relations staff as the 2020 Pete Rozelle Award winner. The team was lauded for access for local and national media especially in the wake of the sudden retirement of quarterback Andrew Luck before the start of last season. The Colts PR staff, the 31st [more]

If teams are interested in Colin Kaepernick, they’re not expressing it to him

Earlier this week, Mike Silver of NFL Network said that multiple teams have interest in quarterback Colin Kaepernick. That may be the case; however, no one has reached out to Kaepernick’s camp to gather information or to do anything to suggest that interest exists. It’s possible teams are interested. It’s possible they’re waiting until training [more]

Which quarterback will be the next to win his first ring?

Of the top 20 quarterbacks in the Chris Simms top 40 countdown, only six have won Super Bowl rings — Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Drew Brees, and Tom Brady. So which quarterback will be the next to win his first ring? Simms and I looked at the issue during Thursday’s PFT [more]

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