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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]

Reports: Ravens releasing Mark Ingram on Tuesday

Ravens running back Mark Ingram broke his own news, though it was expected. Ingram tweeted a good-bye letter to Baltimore minutes before multiple reports broke that the Ravens have informed the running back they are releasing him Tuesday. Ingram played his final game for the Ravens in Week 17. He was a healthy scratch in [more]

Mark Ingram: Best is still ahead, and I can’t wait

Mark Ingram remains under contract to the Ravens for now, but he won’t return for the 2021 season. The running back knows his future is elsewhere. Ingram tweeted what reads like a good-bye letter to Baltimore. “Thank you Mr. Bisciotti and the Ravens for being a first class organization,” Ingram wrote. “I love the real [more]

Texans complete interviews with four head coaching candidates

The Texans announced they have completed four interviews with head coaching candidates. Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, Ravens assistant head coach/receivers coach David Culley, Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier and Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy talked to the Texans as they search for a replacement for Bill O’Brien. The Texans hired Nick Caserio to replace [more]

Ravens waive Robert Griffin III

Robert Griffin III is no longer with the Ravens. The Ravens announced today that Griffin has been waived. It’s not a particularly meaningful move, as Griffin was on injured reserve and was slated to become a free agent in March anyway. But it does indicate that Griffin’s tenure in Baltimore has ended. The 2012 offensive [more]

Texans interviewing David Culley on Monday

Eric Bieniemy’s interview for the Texans head coaching job has drawn a lot of attention because of Deshaun Watson‘s displeasure with the organization’s initial reluctance to speak with him, but the Chiefs offensive coordinator is not the only person speaking with the team on Monday. Per multiple reports, Ravens assistant head coach and wide receivers [more]

Jaguars will pick 25th after Rams loss in divisional round

New Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer knew his team had the first overall pick in the draft when he took the job and now he knows where the team’s second first-round pick will fall. Jacksonville acquired the Rams’ 2021 first-rounder as part of the deal for cornerback Jalen Ramsey in October 2019 and it will [more]

Joe Cullen to interview for Jaguars defensive coordinator

Ravens defensive line coach Joe Cullen is in the mix for the defensive coordinator position in Jacksonville. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Cullen will interview with Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer this week about filling that key role on his staff. Former Falcons interim head coach Raheem Morris is also set to interview [more]

Marquise Brown: Ravens have to figure out how to get a balanced attack

The Ravens led the NFL in rushing yards. They ranked last in passing yards. The 2006 Falcons with Michael Vick were the last team to have that kind of unbalance. Baltimore threw 406 passes and gained 2,739 passing yards, while running it 555 times for 3,071 yards. It got the Ravens to the same place [more]

Bills fans flood Lamar Jackson’s charity with donations

The Bills Mafia behaves in the exact opposite way that the real mafia does. Fans of the Buffalo football team show appreciation and respect in a very powerful way: With their wallets. Since last night’s game against the Ravens, a Bills win that vaulted the team to the AFC Championship for the first time since [more]

Michigan hires Ravens LB coach Mike Macdonald as their defensive coordinator

Saturday night’s loss to the Bills was Mike Macdonald’s final game as the Ravens’ linebackers coach. A report earlier this month indicated that Macdonald was the University of Michigan’s top choice for defensive coordinator and the school announced the hiring on Sunday. It means Macdonald will go from being on John Harbaugh’s staff in Baltimore [more]

Justin Tucker: It was difficult to get the ball where you wanted it to go

Justin Tucker doesn’t miss. At least that’s his earned reputation, stemming from being the league’s all-time leader with a 90.7 field goal percentage. But on a windy night in Buffalo, Tucker missed a pair of field goals in the Ravens’ loss to the Bills. One went off the left upright, another off the right. On [more]

Willie Snead: Loss will be a “wake-up call” for Lamar Jackson

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson checked off one box with the team’s playoff win over the Titans, but Saturday night’s loss to the Bills showed there’s still things left to do. Baltimore’s defense kept a potent Bills Offense in check, but four trips inside the Bills’ 30-yard-line while Jackson was in the game ended with just [more]

Josh Allen: People are going to remember Taron Johnson’s play for a long time

The Bills are headed to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since 1993 and cornerback Taron Johnson had a big hand in making that happen. The Ravens were driving for a potential game-tying touchdown late in the third quarter on Saturday night when Lamar Jackson tried a pass for tight end Mark Andrews [more]

Ravens blame wind for Justin Tucker’s bad game

Justin Tucker picked a bad day for the worst game of his career. Tucker may be the best kicker in NFL history, but kickers are usually remembered less for their full bodies of work than for a few big kicks in big games. And Tucker had two big misses as the Ravens were eliminated from [more]

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