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Former Ravens Linebacker Shot Dead In Apartment, 2 Wounded

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Nevada authorities say former NFL linebacker Ryan Jones was shot dead over the weekend in a Reno apartment and two other people suffered non-life threatening gunshot wounds. 89 more words


Ravens Provide Youth Football Grants To 14 Local Programs

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens Foundation, Inc. has awarded youth football grants to 14 nonprofit programs in the state of Maryland.

In continuing their commitment to enhance the quality of area youth football, the Baltimore Ravens and Under Armour will provide grants for new football equipment and apparel to 21 teams that represent outstanding programs and help make a positive impact on their respective communities. 99 more words


Ray Lewis To Join Fox Sports As NFL Analyst

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Ray Lewis is back on TV.

The two-time Super Bowl champion and former ESPN host will be joining Fox Sports as an NFL analyst. 95 more words


Wayback Wednesday: Former Ravens Offensive Lineman Spencer Folau

Spencer Folau, former offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens from 1997-2000 and a member of the 2000 Ravens team that won Super Bowl XXXV, joined Ed and Rob as part of Wayback Wednesday to talk about his time with the Ravens. 224 more words


Raven: Mythology and Symbolism

Ravens have a fascinating role in mythology, both the Greeks and the Native Americans seem to agree that they carry an uncanny potential, but could at times misuse their power, for which transgression, or sometimes dereliction of duty, they even change their color. 141 more words


Ravens' Coach Greg Roman Is 'Fine-Tuning' The Run Game

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — As soon as the Baltimore Ravens’ 2016 season ended in 8-8, the team began discussing their plans for the upcoming 2017 season, which would prioritize the running game. 186 more words


Roger Goodell, Players Embrace The Newly "Relaxed" Celebration Rules

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Back in March, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was considering how to continue “balancing sportsmanship, avoiding taunting and trying to allow players the ability to express themselves in an exuberant way to celebrate.” 113 more words