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Mike Wallace didn’t pass Ravens conditioning test

The Ravens haven’t officially signed tackle Jake Long yet because he wasn’t able to pass a physical and he’s not the only member of the team whose fitness was found to be lacking as the team gets set for training camp. The team announced Wednesday that wide receiver Mike Wallace, who signed with the team…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 hour ago

Ravens QB Joe Flacco says knee is good, but a brace will be worn

No, "what ifs" for Flacco Joe Flacco talked about himself today, as we all wished he would. Many questions brought up the knee, and he answered without waivering. Joe said the knee feels good, and he's been on the field already three times. Flacco was asked about a knee brace being used in practice, and responded saying he'll not only be wearing a brace in practice, but in games...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 hour ago

Report: Ravens WR Mike Wallace failed physical

Mike Wallace isn’t getting off to a great start with his new team, as the Baltimore Ravens receiver reportedly failed his physical on Wednesday. Two pieces of Ravens news: WR Mike Wallace didn't pass conditioning test today. He could get another shot before Thurs practice. — Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) July 27, 2016 It’s too early to get overly excited about something...
Via Sportsnaut
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Ravens agree to 1-year deal with OL Long, pending physical

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) The Baltimore Ravens have reached an agreement with veteran offensive lineman Jake Long on a one-year contract, pending the condition of his oft-injured right knee. Long played in four Pro Bowls after being selected by Miami as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2008 draft. But he played sparingly in just four games with Atlanta last year after tearing his right...
Via Associated Press
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens training camp day one: Joe Flacco podium presser

Standing tall, and looking sharp for camp Joe Flacco just finished at the podium, and with it came many questions about the knee, camp itself, and where he is at physically & mentally. On if Joe has taken his conditioning test: "No, I haven't taken the test. I was here for 80% of the activities I don't have to take it." The last sentence was clearly a joke, and everybody cracked...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 hour ago

Baltimore Ravens receiver has not passed the conditioning test

As reported earlier, according to a source, new free agent acquisition by the Baltimore Ravens, wide receiver Mike Wallace, has NOT passed his conditioning test. Baltimore Ravens receiver Mike Wallace has not passed the conditioning test. — Baltimore Beatdown (@BMoreBeatdown) July 27, 2016 This is the only player on the roster right now that has taken and failed...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
1 hour ago

Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace fails conditioning test

Free agent addition won't practice until he passes test
Via Ravens Insider
1 hour ago

Ravens: Jake Long still needs to pass physical, will see Dr. Andrews

More than 24 hours after reports surfaced that offensive tackle Jake Long would sign with the Ravens, he hasn’t signed. And he still may not sign, if he can’t prove that his knee is healthy. The Ravens announced today that Long still needs to pass a physical before a contract can be completed, and that…
Via Pro Football Talk
2 hours ago

Players Excited As They Arrive For Ravens Training Camp Report Day

The full roster of players returned to Baltimore Wednesday to get training camp started. Check out a collection of social media posts as they made their way into the Under Armour Performance Center.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
2 hours ago

Everything You Need To Know Before Ravens Training Camp

From training camp dates to remember, to intriguing roster battles and questions that need to be answered, get it all here. The first full-team training camp practice kicks off Thursday at 9 a.m.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
7 hours ago

Breaking Down The Ravens Signing Of Jake Long

Here is what the Jake Long Signing means (and what it doesn’t mean)… Before you get excited that the Ravens added a former number one pick and a former Pro Bowl offensive tackle, remember that Jake Long is not the player he used to be. Long’s career has been devastated by injuries. Despite being a […] Breaking Down The Ravens Signing Of Jake Long - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird...
Via Ebony Bird
7 hours ago

Late For Work 7/27: Ozzie Newsome Getting Praise For Latest Training Camp Signing

For bubble wide receivers, returning punts could be the key. Five young pass rushers to watch with Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil on PUP. Former Raven and fan-favorite Anquan Boldin signs with Lions.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
9 hours ago

As Ravens report to training camp, all eyes will be on Terrell Suggs

Franchise's longest-tenured players expected to address media for first time since last September
Via Ravens Insider
9 hours ago

Five Reasons the 2016 Ravens Will Be Better

The Baltimore Ravens Will Be Better In 2016. Here are 5 reasons, that the purple and black could have a great season. We all want to forget the Ravens’ 2015 season, but it hangs around like that ex-girlfriend who keeps calling. Eventually you’ve got to deal with the problem, and it seems like, for the […] Five Reasons the 2016 Ravens Will Be Better - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird...
Via Ebony Bird
10 hours ago

Ravens competition at wide receiver is a concern combined with opportunity…

There is no greater position of question or need for the Ravens right now than wide receiver.  The real problem has been the injury status of the group. None of the current questions surrounding the position would be asked if only Steve Smith Sr., Michael Campanaro and Breshad Perriman were locks to get on the field and stay on the field for 16 games. Garrett Downing of BaltimoreRavens...
Via Ravens Football Machine
1 day ago

Suggs, Steve Smith among 6 Ravens on PUP list

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Baltimore Ravens standouts Terrell Suggs, Steve Smith and Elvis Dumervil are among six players who will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Suggs, a six-time Pro Bowl linebacker, and Smith, a 37-year-old receiver, both tore Achilles tendons last season. Dumervil, who had six sacks in 2015, is recovering from an offseason foot surgery...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Ray Rice Earn Another Chance in the NFL?

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been out of football since 2014, but this has not ended his pursuits of an NFL return. Rice played six seasons for the Ravens and totaled 6,180 rushing yards and 37 TDs. Rice is now at the age of 29, but he believes he still has enough left in the tank to play and is out to prove to the league he is past his domestic violence issue...
Via The Sports Journal
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Eugene Monroe announces retirement at 29 years of age

A month ago offensive lineman Eugene Monroe announced he was not returning to the Baltimore Ravens for the 2016 season. It turns out he will not be returning to any NFL team in 2016 after announcing his retirement Thursday morning. In an essay written for and published by The Players’ Tribune, Monroe cites a focus over his health with concerns of CTE. Today, I am making my exit...
Via The Comeback
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice will donate salary to domestic violence programs if NFL team signs him

Running back Ray Rice has not played football after video emerged of him punching out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator and he was cut by the Baltimore Ravens in September 2014. The domestic violence charges have been dismissed and the NFL has since cleared Rice to play, but no team has signed the three-time Pro Bowler. After two years away from the field, the...
Via FOX Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens Capsule

BALTIMORE RAVENS (5-11) OPEN CAMP: July 27, Owings Mills, Maryland LAST YEAR: Ravens stumbled to first losing season since coach John Harbaugh took over in 2008. Injuries began on first day of training camp, when top draft pick WR Breshad Perriman tore ligament in knee that sidelined him entire season. Injuries to LB Terrell Suggs, WR Steve Smith, RB Justin Forsett and QB Joe...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Monroe retires at 29, says he is ‘terrified’ of brain injuries

Former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe announced on Thursday that he is retiring from the NFL after just seven seasons. In a piece he wrote for The Players’ Tribune, the 29-year-old Monroe spoke about how football has consumed his life but he now must put his family first. More specifically, he said he is “terrified” of the damage he might have already caused...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

TGS 2016 Preview: Baltimore Ravens

Between now and the end of August, TGS will offer up a quick snapshot of every NFL team heading into the 2016 regular season. Today, the Baltimore Ravens. 2015 in a nutshell: They were decimated by injuries, finishing with a losing record (5-11) for the first time in nearly a decade. Why 2016 could be different: According to Football Outsiders, no AFC team was hit harder by injuries...
Via This Given Sunday
6 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL commish Goodell not a fan of player cameos on HBO show "Ballers"

HBO’s Ballers has quite a few NFL players who make cameos on the show, owing to the show’s popularity as well as the clout of the main producer, Mark Wahlberg. On Mike & Mike today, Wahlberg said that Roger Goodell has tried to stop NFL players from making their infrequent cameos on the show despite all of the good press for it. Here are some of his remarks: “The first...
Via The Comeback
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Rice acknowledges his NFL playing days are likely over

Ray Rice has not appeared in an NFL game since he was with the Baltimore Ravens in 2013, but he has remained optimistic that another team could give him a shot. That is, until now. In an interview with James Kratch of NJ Advance Media on Thursday, Rice said he has continued to train and stay in shape. However, he clearly isn’t waiting by the phone for an NFL team to call. ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Tucker gives Ravens ultimatum in contract talks

If the Baltimore Ravens are unable to reach an agreement on a long-term contract extension with Justin Tucker, the kicker says he will not re-sign with the team the next time his deal expires. Tucker’s agent, Rob Roche, said Thursday that the 26-year-old is frustrated over the thought of having to play under the franchise tag this season. “Justin’s disillusioned with the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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