On Wednesday, the Baltimore Ravens released offensive lineman and marijuana advocate Eugene Monroe. It’s still not clear why the team cut a healthy, starting-caliber player in June, but whatever the reason, Monroe doesn’t sound disheartened.
Eugene Monroe, when healthy, is a starting left tackle. He’s also an outspoken advocate for the use of marijuana as a safe, effective, and nonaddictive way to manage pain. Though he announced that he had been medically cleared to play on June 8, he’s been held out of practice, and the Baltimore Ravens are reportedly…
Ravens running back Terrance West filed a lawsuit Wednesday against a Florida hotel group, claiming that negligence allowed two women and a man to rob him in his room at the Metropole South Beach Hotel in Miami.
Troy Smith, the 2006 Heisman Trophy winner and former communications major at Ohio State, was arrested overnight Sunday on suspicion of being intoxicated behind the wheel and on certainty of being a consummate fuckup during a traffic stop.
Twenty years ago today, the Ravens officially announced their team name after it handily won a fan poll. It beat out Americans, Marauders, Mustangs, and Railers. Good choice. Ravens is a very good team name.
Last night, it was reported that Ravens cornerback Tray Walker was in critical condition after being involved in a motorcycle crash in Miami. According to multiple reports, Walker has died.
Baltimore Ravens second-year cornerback Tray Walker is in critical condition after a motorcycle crash, according to a statement from the team:
Today is the day when NFL teams submit proposed rule changes to be debated at next week’s owners meeting, and the Baltimore Ravens have come in with the silliest proposal.
Matt Schaub whacked his head on the turf after going down on this play while running away from two Dolphins defenders. He did well to get out of an intentional grounding penalty, but he took this hit for his troubles. Schaub went immediately back into the game.
We weren’t looking forward to tonight’s Monday Night Football matchup between the 2-8 Browns and the 3-7 Ravens—neither was ESPN—but dammit if it didn’t turn out to be an incredibly exciting game, with the most batshit insane ending of the year.
Just a few minutes after Joe Flacco tore his ACL, the quarterback opposite him suffered a nasty injury of his own. Case Keenum got rocked here yet nobody made any moves to remove him from the game. Look at his teammate pick him up like he’s a bag of flour.
Well shit. Everyone on the Ravens is getting catastrophically injured. Joe Flacco has a torn ACL and will miss the rest of the season. He tore it on the play above but stayed in to finish out the game despite “an enormous amount of pain.”
The Ravens’ terrible season got worse today. Justin Forsett left today’s game in Baltimore against the Rams with a broken right arm that he suffered on this play when Aaron Donald got into the backfield and tossed him down. The Ravens confirmed the diagnosis. Javorius Allen is in at running back for the Ravens.
Former Ravens defensive lineman Terrence Cody was found guilty on misdemeanor charges in Baltimore County Circuit Court Monday after his dog Taz starved to death in January.
Yesterday’s Jaguars-Ravens game ended with the Jags kicking a game-winning field goal on the final play of the game. According to an NFL spokesman, that play should have never happened, and the Ravens should have won.
Steve Smith just secured a place on the top 10 all-time career receiving yardage list today against the Chargers, then went down with this gruesome injury to what appears to be his right Achilles later in the game on a seemingly routine tackle. He left the field with his head covered in a towel.
Out of every NFL city, Baltimore might be the most ghost friendly. The Ravens are named after a poem by legendary horror writer Edgar Allan Poe and the good realtors of Realtor.com named Baltimore the most haunted city in the country.