This is the January 6, 2014 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
Former players who suffer from ALS could receive as much as $5 million. Some of the plaintiffs remain skeptical.Lawyers for thousands of former NFL players suing the league over concussions have filed a motion in federal court for preliminary approval o…Upvote Share Tweet
Mike Preston grades the Ravens for the 2013 seasonMike Preston grades the Ravens for the 2013 seasonUpvote Share Tweet
Baltimore Ravens' potential draft targetsESPN.com Updated Jan 6The most-asked question I have received since the Baltimore Ravens' season ended is: Who are the Ravens drafting in May? Kevin Weidl, one of the draft experts at ESPN.com, has a few names for you. His breakdown of all of the draft needs for AFC North te…Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens must find a rangy free safety to get the most out of 2013 top pick Matt ElamStrong safety James Ihedigbo was one of the biggest surprises for the Ravens, but rookie Matt Elam is also at his best near line of scrimmage.Upvote Share TweetOffensive coordinator, team in holding pattern as Lions, Redskins mull decisionWith the Detroit Lions and Washington Redskins still mulling a decision on hiring a head coach, Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell is in a holding pattern, as is his e…Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens' defense sets unwanted team recordESPN.com Updated Jan 6Much of the blame for the Baltimore Ravens failing to make the playoffs will fall on the offense. The Ravens gained few yards on the ground, threw too many interceptions, and didn't produce enough touchdowns in the red zone. But the Ravens' defense has …Upvote Share Tweet
Baltimore area athletes to watch in 2014To start thinking about what 2014 will bring, we asked our sports writers and editors to each pick one athlete to watch in the coming year. See how our staffers responded.Upvote Share Tweet
Don't forget about Cam Newton -- 2013 NFL PlayoffsJan 6Credit Cam Newton, the divisional round's forgotten quarterback, for leading the Panthers to this point, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
A Perfect Weekend (Except the Bengals)Jan 6Seven teams playing scintillating playoff football (some even dabbled with defense), and then Cincinnati. You know, the same old Bengals. Isn’t that what the weekend felt like? Great, great football on a 139-point Saturday, and drama galore in the last …