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Ravens hiring Rob Ryan as inside linebackers coach

Rob Ryan is back in the game. He will be joining the Ravens’ coaching staff as the inside linebackers coach, according to multiple reports. Ryan was last in the league in 2019 as Washington’s inside linebackers coach. Before that, he was assistant head coach for his brother Rex in Buffalo in 2016. Rex was also [more]

Reports: Anthony Weaver to become Ravens defensive run game coordinator

The Ravens have filled one of the holes on their defensive staff. Baltimore is hiring Anthony Weaver to be its defensive run game coordinator and defensive line coach, according to multiple Friday reports. Weaver was previously with the Texans, having working for the franchise since 2016. He spent his first four seasons as defensive line [more]

Report: Falcons hiring Dean Pees, Dave Ragone

The Falcons are luring veteran defensive coordinator Dean Pees out of retirement, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. It is unclear whether Pees will become the Falcons’ defensive coordinator or have a different role with the team. The Falcons also are working toward making Dave Ragone their offensive coordinator, Rapoport adds. Pees, 71, worked with [more]

Packers sign Tramon Williams to practice squad

Cornerback Tramon Williams played a postseason game for the Ravens last week. He has a chance to win another Super Bowl ring with the Packers. The Ravens waived Williams on Monday, and he signed with the Packers’ practice squad Thursday, two days after clearing waivers. The team announced the transaction and the release of punter [more]

Joe Cullen will be the Jaguars defensive coordinator

Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer has hired his defensive coordinator. ESPN reports that Ravens defensive line coach Joe Cullen will be joining Meyer in Jacksonville. It’s the first time he’s had a coordinator job at the professional level. Cullen had a previous stint as the Jaguars’ defensive line coach and has also been a position [more]

Unclaimed on waivers, Mark Ingram can now sign with a playoff team

We’re gathering more information regarding the unconventional decision of the Baltimore Ravens to waive multiple players in the aftermath of their postseason-ending loss to the Bills. As previously explained, any player claimed on waivers now won’t officially join his new team until after the Super Bowl. If, however, the player passes through waivers unclaimed, he [more]

Lions interview James Urban for offensive coordinator

The Lions officially hired Dan Campbell as their new head coach on Wednesday and they also began working on his offensive staff. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that the team interviewed Ravens quarterbacks coach James Urban for their offensive coordinator position. He is the first known candidate for the role. Urban has been in [more]

John Harbaugh not apologizing for Ravens’ run-first offense

Ravens receivers Willie Snead and Marquise Brown have suggested they will spend this offseason with Lamar Jackson trying to find some balance to their offense. The Ravens led the NFL in rushing yards, while ranking last in passing yards. The 2006 Falcons with Michael Vick were the last team to have that kind of unbalance. [more]

John Harbaugh: A big, physical receiver would be awesome for us

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is “totally certain” that the team will sign quarterback Lamar Jackson to a long-term deal, but there’s still uncertainty about Jackson’s long-term future as a passer. The Ravens had the 32nd-ranked passing offense in the league this season and falling short in that area has helped cause their playoff losses [more]

John Harbaugh “totally certain” Ravens will sign Lamar Jackson to long-term deal

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has completed his third NFL season, which makes him eligible to sign a new contract with the team. Coach John Harbaugh has no doubt that will happen. But Harbaugh isn’t sure when it will happen. He said today that he and General Manager Eric DeCosta have discussed Jackson’s long-term future in [more]

Ravens officially waive Mark Ingram

The writing was on the wall for running back Mark Ingram when he was a healthy scratch for two of the final three games of the 2020 regular season and remained on the bench for the team’s two postseason games. Baltimore did not wait until the offseason to part ways with Ingram, however. Word that [more]

Matthew Judon has “no clue” what will happen this offseason

Matthew Judon ended last season on track for unrestricted free agency, but the Ravens didn’t let the pass rusher hit the open market. Judon got the franchise tag and didn’t sign a long-term deal, so he’s back in a similar position this year. He had 50 tackles, six sacks, and 21 quarterback hits during the [more]

Mark Ingram, Robert Griffin III won’t be eligible to play for another team until 2021 season (if claimed)

With the Ravens waiving running back Mark Ingram on Tuesday and quarterback Robert Griffin III on Monday, some have wondered whether either player could be claimed on waivers by one of the remaining playoff teams. The answer is no. Teams can waive players now. However, the waiver claims aren’t processed until after the Super Bowl. So [more]

Ravens DB coach Jesse Minter set to be Vanderbilt’s defensive coordinator

The Ravens are set to lose another defensive assistant coach to a defensive coordinator position on the collegiate level. Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports reports that defensive backs coach Jesse Minter is set to be the new defensive coordinator at Vanderbilt. Linebackers coach Mike Macdonald left to become the defensive coordinator at Michigan after the [more]

Davontae Harris says don’t be surprised to see him back with Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens waived cornerback Davontae Harris on Monday but his departure from the team may ultimately prove to be short-lived. Harris said on his Twitter account that the decision to waive him from injured reserve was due to league roster rules and “don’t be surprised to see me again.” Harris was placed on injured [more]

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