This is the April 19, 2013 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
Jets coach Rex Ryan took a shot at the Baltimore Orioles for refusing to move their previously scheduled game on Thursday, September 5, which required the Ravens to play their opener on the road. The manager of the Orioles thinks Ryan should mind his ow…
Orioles star Adam Jones buys former Ravens assistant Cam Cameron's houseUpdated Apr 19 Share TweetOrioles centerfielder purchases house on Falls Road for $1.75 millionOrioles center fielder Adam Jones has purchased a five-bedroom home along Falls Road in Lutherville for the price of $1.75 million.Share TweetWhat’s the ideal first-round scenario for each team? Baltimore Ravens: California wide receiver Keenan Allen. Sure, the ideal scenario is Baltimore native Tavon Austin falling to the Ravens. That's just not realistic, given that he's expected to be takeSource: ESPN.comShare TweetCarradine is coming off knee injury, expected to run 40-yard dash, do positional drillsThe Ravens will continue their due diligence on highly regarded Florida State pass rusher Tank Carradine on Saturday.
Ravens draft preview: Defensive lineUpdated Apr 19 Share TweetJeff Zrebiec: The Baltimore Sun continues its look at where the Ravens stand at each position, the likelihood that they will address that spot early in the draft and some of the prospects that they may consider. Today we'll examine the defensive line.
Ravens' Eric DeCosta rooting for Maryland draft prospect Kenneth TateUpdated Apr 19 Share TweetFormer All-ACC selection has dealt with injuriesThe football talent of former Maryland standout Kenneth Tate has never been in question.
Five for Friday: Looking at biggest challenges on the Ravens scheduleUpdated Apr 19 Share TweetNo one said the road back to the Super Bowl would be easy, but in this week's Five for Friday, Matt Vensel lists the five biggest challenges the Ravens will face along the way as they look to repeat as champions.
Ravens Open Season On RoadApr 19Jemele Hill and Skip Bayless discuss the defending Super Bowl champion Ravens being forced to open on the road due to a scheduling conflict with the Orioles.
Don Banks: For Brandon O'Brien, honor, service, sacrifice more vital than …Apr 19In the whirlwind aftermath of the tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon this week, you may have heard the inspiring story of Brandon O'Brien, the longshot 30-year-old NFL hopeful and former Marine and Iraqi war veteran who felt moved enough by the terr…