Baltimore Ravens

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium | Coach: John Harbaugh
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense27th116.0 (11th)189.4 (29th)
Defense12th111.2 (14th)213.8 (11th)

Schedule

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Thu Aug 2
8:00 pm ET
NBCCHI
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Thu Aug 9
7:30 pm ET
LAR
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Mon Aug 20
8:00 pm ET
ESPN@IND
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Sat Aug 25
7:00 pm ET
@MIA
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Thu Aug 30
7:30 pm ET
WAS
Sun Sep 9
1:00 pm ET
CBSBUF
Thu Sep 13
8:20 pm ET
NFLN@CIN
Sun Sep 23
1:00 pm ET
CBSDEN
Sun Sep 30
8:20 pm ET
NBC@PIT
Sun Oct 7
1:00 pm ET
CBS@CLE
Sun Oct 14
4:25 pm ET
CBS@TEN
Sun Oct 21
4:05 pm ET
FOXNO
Sun Oct 28
1:00 pm ET
CBS@CAR
Sun Nov 4
1:00 pm ET
CBSPIT
Sun Nov 18
1:00 pm ET
CBSCIN
Sun Nov 25
1:00 pm ET
CBSOAK
Sun Dec 2
1:00 pm ET
CBS@ATL
Sun Dec 9
1:00 pm ET
CBS@KC
Sun Dec 16
1:00 pm ET
FOXTB
Sun Dec 23
4:05 pm ET
CBS@LAC
Sun Dec 30
1:00 pm ET
CBSCLE

Standings

AFC
North
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Pittsburgh13-3-06-0-0
Baltimore9-7-03-3-0
Cincinnati7-9-03-3-0
Cleveland0-16-00-6-0
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Ravens' Michael Crabtree: Impressing Flacco already
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco suggested that Crabtree has stood out most among the team's new wide receivers during OTAs, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. "[Crabtree's] the guy," said Flacco. "Because he's got a little different way that he runs the routes. He's really crafty with it, and he knows when to break away from guys and how to get open"

Baltimore swapped out Mike Wallace, Jeremy Maclin and Michael Campanaro for Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead -- with Crabtree's three-year, $21 million contract easily ranking first among the bunch. While a clear favorite to lead his new team in targets and red-zone opportunities, the 30-year-old wideout may struggle for efficiency in an offense that produced a league-worst 5.7 yards per pass attempt last season. He seems to be earning Flacco's trust rather quickly, after doing the same with Derek Carr in Oakland the past three years.

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Ravens' Kenneth Dixon: Says knee is healthy
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Dixon indicated after Monday's practice that his knee "feels totally well" and he is ready to play, the Ravens' official site reports.

Dixon was expected to challenge for the starting job in the backfield entering last season, but a four-game suspension followed by a season-ending meniscus tear ended his chances of seizing it. Alex Collins earned that title by averaging 4.6 yards per carry over 15 contests last season, falling just short of 1,000 rushing yards (973) for the campaign. While Collins enters 2018 in firm position to keep the starting gig, Dixon and Javorius Allen remain in the competition for carries and pass-catching opportunities as well. Dixon has proven particularly proficient in the latter of the two areas when healthy, hauling in 30 passes for 162 yards and a touchdown as a rookie.

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Ravens' Quincy Adeboyejo: To begin camp on PUP
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Adeboyejo will have surgery to repair an upper leg muscle and begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.

Adeboyejo spent most of last season on the team's practice squad before being called up for the final game of the regular season. The wideout was in line to potentially compete for a backup job in the Ravens' passing game, but this setback could lead to Adeboyejo being left off the final roster.

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Ravens' Alex Collins: Set for lead role
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Collins enter spring workouts as the clear lead runner in Baltimore after the Ravens opted against using any of their draft picks on running backs, ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley reports.

A 2016 fifth-round pick, Collins was released by the Seahawks at the end of last preseason and found himself in a key role for the Ravens by Week 2. He had double-digit carries in each of his last 12 games, finishing the year with 212 carries for 973 yards (4.6 YPC) and six touchdowns in 15 appearances, adding 23 catches for 187 yards on 36 targets. He did fumble four times (two lost) and didn't look comfortable in the passing game, but his vision, power and explosiveness as a runner made a strong impression. Collins profiles as the Ravens' likely workhorse for early downs, while Javorius Allen and Kenneth Dixon figure to compete for a role on passing downs. The lack of pass-catching ability does limit Collins' ceiling, though he figures to be first in line for goal-line carries. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh confirmed in March that Collins is viewed as the starter.

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Ravens' Christopher Ezeala: Signs with Baltimore
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ezeala has been assigned to the Ravens as part of the International Player Pathway program, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

The Ravens are one of eight teams that have been assigned an additional overseas player this season as part of a program -- which was just installed in 2017 -- that provides international athletes with an opportunity to try their skills in the NFL. Ezeala (5-foot-11, 243 pounds) is coming over from the German Football League and will start off at fullback and linebacker with the Ravens. He's a longshot to make the 53-man roster out of training camp, but Ezeala is a top candidate to stick on Baltimore's practice squad for the 2018 season.

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