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Calais Campbell eager for another chance to chase a Super Bowl with Ravens

Baltimore Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell is about to begin his 13th season in the NFL. He’s played in one Super Bowl with the Arizona Cardinals, made it to two more conference championship games and also played on several really bad football teams. But the 2020 Ravens aren’t supposed to be bad. Campbell’s new team [more]

Report: Seahawks, Ravens have discussed Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown is likely to have a long wait before he plays in the NFL again. He faces league discipline after pleading no contest to burglary and battery in connection with an altercation with a moving truck driver. And the league is continuing to investigate two other incidents involving Brown for potential further discipline. But [more]

Greg Roman on crowded backfield: I love good problems

Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman said on Tuesday that the team will be selective about experimentation on offense this summer because they have to be “really judicious” about time after missing out on on-field work during the offseason program. Some of the time they have will be devoted to working out how the team will [more]

Moving Jimmy Smith to safety a “wait and see” thing for Ravens

The Ravens re-signed veteran cornerback Jimmy Smith after he hit free agency this offseason and his 10th season with the team may see him take on some new responsibilities. With Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters set as the top two cornerbacks and Tavon Young ready to resume slot duties after recovering from a neck injury, [more]

Greg Roman: We have to be selective about experimenting with offense

The Ravens overhauled their offense heading into Lamar Jackson’s first full year as the starting quarterback, but they won’t be making major renovations for the MVP’s encore. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman spoke to reporters on a conference call Tuesday and said he thinks the team has handled the circumstances of this offseason as well as [more]

John Harbaugh disagrees with Lamar Jackson over reason for Ravens’ loss

Lamar Jackson last week blamed the Ravens’ playoff loss on “peeking ahead.” Ravens coach John Harbaugh, while saying he respects his quarterback’s opinion, offered a different opinion. The Ravens, 10-point favorites at home in the divisional round after a 14-2 regular season, were stunned by the Titans 28-12. “I don’t think we took them lightly, [more]

Despite “humanly impossible” protocol, John Harbaugh confident season will happen

Ravens coach John Harbaugh raised eyebrows this month when he called complying with the NFL’s coronavirus protocols “humanly impossible.” But Harbaugh still thinks the league can start the season on time. Harbaugh said today that even though he doesn’t think football and social distancing are compatible, he does think the league can start the 2020 [more]

Matt Skura is “definitely getting close” to being 90-95 percent back

Ravens coach John Harbaugh called Matt Skura‘s recovery “remarkable.” The team’s center tore his ACL, MCL and PCL in Week 12 of the 2019 season but recently passed a conditioning test. Skura went on 105.7 The Fan on Monday and said he’s close to being back to full health. “I think I’m definitely getting close [more]

John Harbaugh: Matt Skura’s made a “remarkable” recovery

Ravens center Matt Skura passed the team’s conditioning test recently and that marked a rather significant development given the timing of Skura’s knee injury. Skura tore his ACL, MCL and PCL in Week 12 of the 2019 season, but the passed test shows that his recovery has gone more smoothly than anyone with the team [more]

Travis Frederick wins PFWA’s George Halas Award

Former Cowboys center Travis Frederick won the 2020 George Halas Award as selected by the Pro Football Writers of America. The Halas Award is awarded to an NFL player, coach or staff member who overcomes the most adversity to succeed. Frederick missed the entire 2018 season after being diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome during training camp. [more]

John Harbaugh on Lamar Jackson’s beach spill: Any conversations between me and him

When video surfaced of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson taking a spill over a jet ski earlier this month, many people were reminded of former Patriots running back Robert Edwards. Edwards suffered a severe knee injury while playing beach football in the days leading up to the Pro Bowl after the 1998 season and did not [more]

Jamal Adams admits he’s “trying to” land with the Dallas Cowboys

Jets safety Jamal Adams has identified eight teams to which he’d be willing to be traded. There’s one team that sits at the top of his list, however. To no surprise, it’s the Cowboys. Via Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, a fan asked Adams In a cellphone video posted to social media on Sunday asked Adams, [more]

Will the Jets trade Jamal Adams?

The Jets have a decision to make. It’s too early to know what it will be. With safety Jamal Adams wanting out and willing to be traded to eight different teams (and maybe eventually more), the Jets could end up getting a strong offer, if more than one of the eight teams are interested in [more]

Jamal Adams: It’s time to move on; no hard feelings

Jamal Adams wants a trade. The safety has asked the Jets for one, and he’s telling the team’s fans the same on social media. Adams commented to a fan on Instagram on Friday night, saying, “It’s time to move on. Let it go. Appreciate you guys. No hard feelings. Nothin but luv.” Adams has listed [more]

Saints see Ty Montgomery as another “Swiss Army knife” in their offense

Ty Montgomery has played running back. He has played receiver. He has played special teams. The Saints, who signed Montgomery this offseason, list him at running back. But they are not going to assign him one position. “I see a Swiss Army knife,” Saints running backs coach Joel Thomas said, via Amie Just of NOLA.com. [more]

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