Did Derrick Henry clap back at Steelers Patrick Queen over better food remarks
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by paulbanks
26m ago
“The King” Derrick Henry is the crown jewel of the Ravens’ off-season free-agent class. He’s clarified that Baltimore’s world-famous seafood makes a meal fit for a king. Henry was asked by a reporter on Tuesday what he has enjoyed while exploring Baltimore thus far. “I love it,” the former Tennessee Titan said. “I ain’t had a bad meal here yet. The food is good as hell.” One could read that as Henry simply being a fan of Maryland cuisine and nothing more. After all, Henry has a quasi-brand ambassador deal with Jimmy’s Seafood. The Baltimore institution even features a sushi roll named after hi ..read more
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Lamar Jackson to have more pre-snap responsibility in year 2 with OC Todd Monken
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by glenn erby
26m ago
Lamar Jackson won his second NFL MVP award last season, and entering Year two with offensive coordinator Todd Monken, he’s getting even more pre-snap responsibilities. Here’s what Ravens quarterback and former Tennessee Vols legend Tee Martin had to say on Jackson’s continued growth and development. “It takes him understanding how we’re blocking things up front to get us to the best run and the best pass for whatever coverage we’re facing,” Martin said. “He’s accepted it and done a heck of a job of getting us into the right play, and today was probably the best day in a long time of him really ..read more
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Ravens news: Lamar Jackson looking to workout with teammates in Florida
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by glenn erby
27m ago
Lamar Jackson missed a bulk of the Ravens’ OTA sessions. Still, he’s at the Under Armour Performance Center for a mandatory minicamp and looking to take the chemistry building into the almost month-long break before summertime. Following the second minicamp practice, Jackson told the media that he’d like to get together with his pass catchers for throwing sessions but that guys are more comfortable working in their home cities. Will Lamar Jackson get together with his receivers before training camp? "I would love to do that, but some guys don't want to leave their state," Jackson said. "They ..read more
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Ravens' safety Kyle Hamilton will be ready for training camp after undergoing elbow surgery
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by glenn erby
2d ago
The Baltimore Ravens held the first of three mandatory minicamp practices, and All-Pro safety Kyle Hamilton was again a non-participant after sitting out the bulk of OTAs. On Tuesday, head coach John Harbaugh clarified, telling the media that Hamilton is recovering from minor elbow surgery. Coach Harbaugh gives an update on Kyle Hamilton: pic.twitter.com/swvj63kmSA — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 11, 2024 Still nowhere near the age of 25 (23), Hamilton was the youngest defensive starter named to the Pro Bowl, quickly emerging as the NFL’s premier safety in his second season. Hamilton plays ..read more
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Highlights from Day 1 of Ravens mandatory minicamp
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by glenn erby
2d ago
The Ravens are back. The team will gather for the first time at the Under Armour Performance Center for three days of mandatory minicamp before breaking until late July training camp. Lamar Jackson will enter Year 2 in Todd Monken’s pro-style offense a bit lighter after shedding 20 pounds. He’ll be closely watched after missing the bulk of OTAs, while experts, fans, and pundits will be watching to see Derrick Henry in Ravens black and purple for the first time. On defense, Zach Orr replaces Mike Macdonald as defensive coordinator, and his biggest test will be deciding who replaces Patrick Que ..read more
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7 storylines to watch during the Ravens' mandatory minicamp
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by glenn erby
2d ago
Baltimore has one of the NFL’s most stacked rosters, and the entire group is expected to gather for the first time at the Under Armour Performance Center for three days of mandatory minicamp before breaking until late July training camp. Lamar Jackson will enter Year 2 in Todd Monken’s pro-style offense a bit lighter after shedding 20 pounds. He’s joined by Derrick Henry, and the dynamic Zay Flowers is returning. On defense, Zach Orr replaces Mike Macdonald as defensive coordinator, and his biggest test will be deciding who replaces Patrick Queen and how to utilize rookie cornerbacks Nate Wig ..read more
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Ravens rookie CB Nate Wiggins was on a fast learning curve at OTAs
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by paulbanks
2d ago
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Nate Wiggins was the first of this year’s crop of first-round draft picks to sign with their team. In doing so, Wiggins, selected 30th overall out of Clemson, conveyed his eagerness to hit the ground running. By all accounts, that is precisely what is happening at OTAs, where Wiggins is turning heads. With 4.28 speed and elite coverage skills, it is no surprise that the Atlanta native is on a very fast learning curve. Many draftniks were surprised he was still on the board at #30 for the Ravens to select. Watching some of the Wiggins highlight reels (one of which is ..read more
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NFL world reacts to 49ers RB Christian McCaffrey landing the cover of Madden 25
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by glenn erby
2d ago
The NFL is full of star power, and several players were worthy of landing the Madden NFL 25 cover, including the Ravens’ Lamar Jackson (MVP) and Derrick Henry. After months of debate, EA Sports decided to name 49ers star running back Christian McCaffrey the cover guy for this edition of the game. McCaffrey just reworked his deal, maintaining his status as the NFL’s highest-paid running back, and he’ll enter this season as a viable MVP candidate after posting 272 carries for 1459 yards and scoring 21 touchdowns in 16 games in 2023. He won his first Offensive Player of the Year award. The NFL w ..read more
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Watch: Lamar Jackson meets his stunt double at Ravens media day
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by paulbanks
2d ago
Today was Baltimore Ravens Media Day, but it didn’t involve reporters or journalists. Monday was the day for producing a lot of in-house “media” (videos, photos, promotional images, etc.) and not for heavy interaction with “the media.” And this version of a “Media Day” has something many people wouldn’t expect—stunt doubles! (more…) Email Sign up Like this article? Sign up for the Ravens Wire email newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every morning An error has occured Please re-enter your email address. Thanks for signing up! You'll now receive the top Ravens Wire stories ..read more
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One player to watch at each position during the Ravens' mandatory minicamp
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by glenn erby
3d ago
Baltimore has one of the NFL’s most stacked rosters, and Lamar Jackson will enter Year 2 in Todd Monken’s pro-style offense a bit lighter after shedding 20 pounds. He’s joined by Derrick Henry, and the dynamic Zay Flowers is returning. On defense, Zach Orr replaces Mike Macdonald as defensive coordinator, and his biggest test will be deciding who replaces Patrick Queen and how to utilize rookie cornerbacks Nate Wiggins and T.J. Tampa. With the onfield work continuing, we’re looking at one player to watch at each position during mandatory minicamp ..read more
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