This is the May 3, 2013 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
Ravens rookie John Simon impressed many with his dedication to weight training
baltimoresun.com Updated May 3, 2013
The stories started circulating long before John Simon first set foot on Ohio State's campus and became such a program favorite that his head coach talked about naming his next child after him.Share Tweet
The Baltimore Ravens should be the NFL's most well-coached team. Well, that's based on the number of coaches and their experience in the NFL. The latest addition was Steve Spagnuolo, the former St. Louis Rams head coach and defensive coordinator for the…Share Tweet
Ravens' rookie class getting acclimated to NFLDraft picks, undrafted free agents hit the field for first NFL practice at three-day rookie minicampIt was a whirlwind day for the Ravens' rookie class, getting acclimated to its new surroundings during their first NFL practice.Share TweetIt will be interesting to see how this drama plays out; againOK, so now that the Ravens have re-signed left offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie to a two-year contract, the real drama begins.Share TweetThe Ravens haven’t wasted any time signing their draft picks, getting six of them under contract less than a week after the draft concluded. They’ve also announced the signing of 14 undrafted rookie free agents who will vie for spots on the roster. TwShare Tweet
Ravens' Williams more than video wonderOWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Brandon Williams is known as the 335-pound nose tackle who can walk on his hands for about 10 seconds. His YouTube video has made the rounds, and Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh brought it up after the team selected him in the …Share TweetWith their 2013 draft class in town for their rookie minicamp, the Ravens announced the jersey numbers that their 10 draft picks will wear.Share TweetFormer Ravens standout safety signed three-year, $15 million deal with Texans during offseasonFormer Ravens free safety Ed Reed is already dealing with a medical issue since joining the Houston Texans that will sideline him for at least the remainder of…Share TweetHarvard fullback drafted in fourth roundMoments after the Ravens drafted rookie fullback Kyle Juszczyk out of Harvard in the fourth round, the immediate reaction centered on what his arrival means for the future of All-Pro fullback Vonta Leach.Share Tweet
What first-rounders can expect to makeAs the Baltimore Ravens begin their rookie minicamp today, six of their 10 draft picks have already been signed. The Ravens reached agreements with fullback Kyle Juszczyk (fourth round), offensive lineman Ricky Wagner (fifth round), defensive end Kapron…Share Tweet
Young but experienced offensive linesOffensive tackle Bryant McKinnie, who re-signed with the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, is the oldest starting offensive lineman in the AFC North at 33 years old. That led me to break down the ages of the offensive linemen in the division, and I realized…Share Tweet
Ravens, Bears get early jump on signing 2013 NFL draft picksyahoo.com May 3, 2013Less than one week after the conclusion of the 2013 NFL draft, 10 of the 253 players selected have agreed to terms on a four-year rookie contract. The Chicago Bears, led by their vice president of football administration Cliff Stein, are annually the fi…Share TweetThe Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers start their three-day rookie minicamps today, and the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals will hold theirs next weekend. I'm planning to stop by to see the newest Ravens this afternoon. It's crazy to see …Share Tweet
Baltimore Ravens rookies report to rookie minicampMay 3The Baltimore Ravens' 2013 rookies hit the practice field for the first time. Find out if they're ready to replace Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and other departed veterans.
Will Baltimore Ravens' defense be better in 2013?May 3Despite the retirement of Ray Lewis and departure of Ed Reed, the "Path to the Draft" guys debate if the Baltimore Ravens' defense actually could be better in 2013?