The Baltimore Ravens are still searching for an effective cornerback duo, and their struggling secondary has become a primary concern for a defense in danger of losing its reputation as one of the best in the NFL.
Once or twice a season, NFL Network gets a matchup worth, well, worth searching for a TV system that gets NFL Network.
After surviving an overtime scare from the winless Buffalo Bills, the Baltimore Ravens can now exhale and try to eradicate their flaws during a much-needed bye week.
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed stepped back into his role as a football player Wednesday after spending the past six weeks as a self-appointed cheerleader and coach.
On a day Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford found out he'll be the starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams, Heisman winners Matt Leinart and Troy Smith found themselves looking for new teams.
Ravens safety Ed Reed will miss the first six weeks of the NFL season after being placed on the reserve physically unable to perform list Saturday.