Top Ravens News

  • Ravens' Jaylen Smith: Limited at OTAs

    Smith was spotted at OTAs with his leg heavily wrapped Thursday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic of The Athletic reports.

    Smith was signed by the Ravens as an undrafted free agent. The Louisville product has solid speed -- he ran a 4.47 40-yard dash at the combine -- and could have a decent chance of making Baltimore's roster and joining former Louisville teammate Lamar Jackson. This injury could potentially make that pursuit a little more difficult, depending on how serious it is. Added context on that front should arrive as OTAs roll on.

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  • Ravens' Tony Jefferson: Opens OTAs on sidelines

    Head coach John Harbaugh said Jefferson (ankle) did not practice Thursday, Jamison Hensley of reports.

    Jefferson underwent ankle surgery in January that was initially believed to only require a 4-to-6 week timeline for recovery. The fact the 27-year-old is still under wraps four months later is concerning, but then again, the Ravens have little incentive to rush an established starter back to the field this early in the offseason. When healthy, Jefferson is primed to team up with Earl Thomas to form one of the most imposing safety tandems in the league.

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  • Ravens' Marquise Brown: Not ready for OTAs

    Brown (foot) won't participate in OTAs, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    The 25th overall pick from the 2019 NFL Draft is still recovering from Jan. 8 surgery on a Lisfranc injury. He hopes to be ready for the start of training camp, but Brown won't have any level of participation this spring. He'll have a good chance to secure a starting job if he can get healthy by August, as Baltimore's depth chart at wide receiver otherwise contains Willie Snead, Seth Roberts, Michael Floyd, Chris Moore, Jordan Lasley and third-round pick Miles Boykin (hamstring). The team should have open competition for roles this summer.

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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Dealing with hamstring injury

    Boykin is nursing a minor hamstring injury, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    It's unclear how the injury surfaced for Boykin, but it doesn't appear to be a serious issue. More information should be available based on the 21-year-old's participation or lack thereof at OTAs next week.

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  • Ravens' Michael Floyd: Signs with Baltimore

    Floyd agreed to a deal with the Ravens on Friday, Jamison Hensley of reports.

    Floyd spent 2018 in Washington but failed to make much of an impact with 10 receptions for 100 yards and one touchdown in 13 games. The 29-year-old could seemingly carve out a role behind Willie Snead and rookies Marquise Brown (foot) and Miles Boykin (hamstring). It's worth remembering Floyd hasn't topped 500 receiving yards since 2015 with the Cardinals, and that the Ravens feature a low-volume passing attack with Lamar Jackson under center.

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  • Ravens' Shane Ray: Joining Baltimore

    Ray agreed to a one-year deal with the Ravens on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Ray had numerous free-agent visits -- including the Raiders and Seahawks -- but ends up joining the Ravens after Denver elected not to pick up his fifth-year option for 2019. The 2015 first-round pick had only one sack in each of the past two seasons, as he was limited to 19 games with multiple injuries. Ray figures to compete with Tim Williams, Tyus Bowser, Jaylon Ferguson and Pernell McPhee for reps at outside linebacker, where only Matt Judon is locked into a key role for the Ravens.

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  • Ravens' Pernell McPhee: Returning to Baltimore

    McPhee signed a one-year contract with the Ravens on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    In doing so, the 2011 fifth-rounder is returning to the team that drafted him, for which McPhee should help beef up a linebacking corps that could use some pass-rushing depth. Since departing Baltimore after churning out his still-career-high 7.5 sacks in 2014, McPhee spent three years in Chicago before relocating to Washington in 2018. In neither locale was McPhee able to log a full 16-game season. At 30 years old, Baltimore likely isn't counting on him to handle a heavy workload.

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  • Ravens' Joe Horn Jr.: Inks deal with Baltimore

    Horn Jr. officially signed a contract with the Ravens on Tuesday.

    Horn is the son of Saints great Joe Horn Sr. and secured the contract after impressing coaches during his rookie minicamp tryout with the team. In 10 games with Division II Missouri Western State, Horn Jr. caught 15 passes for 246 yards. He will hope to keep impressing the coaches in the offseason and earn a roster spot.

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  • Ravens' Jalan McClendon: Inks deal with Ravens

    McClendon signed a contract with the Ravens on Monday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    McClendon pushes the Ravens' quarterback room to four, as he falls below Lamar Jackson, Robert Griffin and fellow rookie Trace McSorley on the depth chart. He isn't likely to carve out a spot on the 53-man roster this season but could serve as a practice squad quarterback.

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  • Ravens' Kenneth Dixon: Left on roster bubble

    Dixon will need to compete for a roster spot this summer, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    With fourth-round pick Justice Hill joining free-agent signee Mark Ingram in the Baltimore backfield, Dixon will probably be the odd man out -- rather than Gus Edwards -- if the team decides to carry just three running backs. The Ravens could keep four if Dixon establishes value on special teams, and there's always a chance injuries thin out the herd this summer. The 25-year-old is entering the final season of his rookie contract with just 18 NFL appearances to his name, but he did average 5.6 yards on 60 carries in six games last season.

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Off. 152.6
Def. 82.9

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