Ravens' agonizing season ends with another close defeat
The Ravens played shorthanded — and valiantly — before falling 16-13 in overtime to the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was Baltimore's sixth loss in a row, five of which were decided by a total of eight8 points. “Lot of fight in this team, a lot of heart,” defensive lineman Calais Campbell said.news.yahoo.com
AP source: Browns' Mayfield still out, Mullens starting QB
A person familiar with the Cleveland Browns' situation tells The Associated Press that quarterback Baker Mayfield didn't clear COVID-19 testing in time to be activated and play Monday, so third-stringer Nick Mullens will start against the Las Vegas Raiders.
A stunner: Miami wins 2nd straight, tops Ravens 22-10
Xavien Howard forced a fumble and returned it 49 yards for a touchdown, Tua Tagovailoa came off the bench and capped his night with a 1-yard sneak for a score with 2:19 left and the Miami Dolphins stunned the Baltimore Ravens 22-10 on Thursday night.
Minority Quarterbacks And Coaches Making Headlines As NFL Preps For New Season
The rise of minority quarterbacks and coaches in the NFL will be in the spotlight as a new season approaches. He reported to training camp on time because according to the National Football League’s new collective bargaining agreement, it would cost him $50,000 per day if he held out. This is the final year of Jackson’s rookie deal, and head coach John Harbaugh assured fans that the QB’s contract extension would get done sooner rather than later. BRIAN FLORES — MIAMI DOLPHINSThe Dolphins’ third-year head coach now appears firmly in charge in South Florida. During the opening days of camp, Tagovailoa’s accuracy drew high praise from teammates and coaches alike, and he was lauded for having greater command of the offense at the start of his second training camp.thewestsidegazette.com
Ravens player Jimmy Smith says his family was robbed at gunpoint
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith said he and his family were robbed at gunpoint Tuesday night after leaving Los Angeles International Airport. Be careful and always watch your surroundings," Smith wrote in a Facebook post on Friday. The Ravens organization has spoken with Smith and said he and his family were unharmed. "We are aware of the situation involving Jimmy Smith. Jimmy Smith in 2019.cbsnews.com
Buffalo Bills fans raise money for Baltimore Ravens quarterback's favorite charity
Buffalo Bills fans raise money for Baltimore Ravens quarterback's favorite charity On Sunday, the country will know which National Football League team will play in Super Bowl LV on February 7. But it's the events of last Saturday that are still resonating for fans and thousands of children in need. CBS News' Jeff Glor explains how one team's fan base is showing what happens off the field is way more important than what happens on it.cbsnews.com
Bills advance to AFC championship with 17-3 win over Ravens
Johnson’s pick-6 of Lamar Jackson’s pass with 41 seconds remaining in the third quarter secured a 17-3 win over the Baltimore Ravens in a divisional-round playoff game Saturday night. Jackson responded by marching the Ravens 66 yards on 15 plays before throwing the interception while facing third-and-goal from the 9. The Bills also limited Jackson to just 40 yards on 11 carries in the Ravens’ 24-17 win at Buffalo in Week 14 of the 2019 season. The St. Louis Rams had one carry in a half in a 49-37 divisional-round playoff win against Minnesota on Jan. 16, 2000. The Raiders had one carry in a half of a 41-24 win over Tennessee in the 2003 AFC championship game.
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Ravens stun Browns to survive wild ending; Cleveland Indians to change name
Tuesday Morning Quarterback: Ravens stun Browns to survive wild ending; Cleveland Indians to change name Monday night's football game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns has been hailed by some as the game of the year. Also, the Cleveland Indians will change their name, and the Texas Rangers lost a member of their ownership group, country music superstar Charley Pride. CBS News special correspondent James Brown, who is also the host of "The NFL Today" and "Inside the NFL," joined CBSN to break down those sports headlines and more.cbsnews.com
NFL's Steelers-Ravens game postponed a third time due to Covid
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) drops back to pass against the rush of Baltimore Ravens linebacker L.J. Fort (58) during the Pittsburgh Steelers game versus the Baltimore Ravens on November 1, 2020 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD. For a third time, the National Football League will postpone its Week 12 matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers due to Covid-19. The Ravens and Steelers were scheduled to play on Thanksgiving Day, but the game was moved to Sunday. After the NFL identified additional positives from the Ravens, the league moved the game to Tuesday.cnbc.com
Ravens-Steelers matchup postponed for a 3rd time to Wednesday afternoon
The week 12 matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers has been postponed for a third time. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your InboxSeveral more Ravens players, including tight end Mark Andrews and wide receiver Willie Sneed, have been placed on the reserve/COVID list Monday. Several Steelers players, most notably running back James Conner, have also been added to the reserve/COVID list. In addition to this week's postponement, the Ravens' week 13 game against the Dallas Cowboys will also be moved. An earlier outbreak among the Tennessee Titans forced a week 4 game, also against the Steelers, to be postponed.cbsnews.com
Hyperice lands NFL deal as it moves closer to a $1 billion valuation
Sports tech company Hyperice said Tuesday it landed its final major partnership of 2020, striking a deal with the National Football League. The sponsorship deal with the NFL is a multiyear pact that will make the company the league's first "recovery technology partner." Hyperice specializes in performance recovery products, including its massage devices that target soft tissue pain and muscle recovery for athletes. "We're thrilled to welcome Hyperice to the NFL family as an Official Recovery Technology Partner," said Renie Anderson, NFL CRO and executive vice president of partnerships, in a statement. For the NFL, in-game recovery products will include Hyperice's "Hypervolt" massage device and its "Venom" products.cnbc.com
Chiefs-Ravens ESPN Monday night matchup averages 14 million viewers
Perhaps the most exciting matchup of the National Football League's Week 3 schedule paid off for ESPN's Monday Night Football. The Kansas City Chiefs' 34-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens averaged 14 million viewers, significantly higher than the week one average of 10.8 million viewers. The game peaked in the first half at 16.2 million viewers around 9:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m, the network said. The top five markets for the contest outside Kansas City and Baltimore included Denver, San Diego, Pittsburgh. Monday's game featured the last two NFL MVP quarterbacks in the Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes and Ravens Lamar Jackson, the reigning winner.cnbc.com
Does Ray Rice deserve a second chance?
Does Ray Rice deserve a second chance? Former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice may return to the NFL after an arbitrator threw out his indefinite suspension. Commissioner Roger Goodell benched Rice in September after a video appeared showing Rice knocking his then-fiancee unconscious. New York Times sports columnist Bill Rhoden joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the NFL's handling of the case.cbsnews.com
Ray Rice reinstated to NFL on appeal
Ray Rice reinstated to NFL on appeal Ray Rice, the former Baltimore Ravens running back suspended from the league for a domestic violence incident, was reinstated by an arbitrator on Friday. Mark Albert reports from Washington, and Wall Street Journal sports editor Geoff Foster joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the issue.cbsnews.com
Lawyer grills NFL commissioner in Ray Rice appeal hearing
Lawyer grills NFL commissioner in Ray Rice appeal hearing Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is appealing his punishment for knocking out his wife in an elevator. Commissioner Roger Goodell was questioned under oath for more than two hours Wednesday. Don Dahler reports.cbsnews.com
After damning report, Ravens owner goes on offense
After damning report, Ravens owner goes on offense Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti denied an ESPN report that alleged he had pushed the NFL to lighten Ray Rice's indefinite suspension. Bisciotti claimed it was a ploy to shift blame onto the team. But he did admit that the Ravens did not do enough to investigate the incident. Chip Reid reports.cbsnews.com
Ray Rice cut by Ravens, suspended by NFL
Ray Rice cut by Ravens, suspended by NFL The Baltimore Ravens cut star running back Ray Rice from their roster Monday afternoon after video emerged appearing to show him punching and knocking out his then-fiance Janay Palmer, who is now his wife. James Brown reports.cbsnews.com
9/8: Ray Rice cut by Ravens, suspended by NFL; Parts of Arizona underwater after record rainfall, flooding
9/8: Ray Rice cut by Ravens, suspended by NFL; Parts of Arizona underwater after record rainfall, flooding The Baltimore Ravens cut star running back Ray Rice from their roster Monday afternoon after video emerged appearing to show him punching and knocking out his then-fiance Janay Palmer, who is now his wife; and, heavy storms pounded the Phoenix area early Monday, killing one person as it flooded roads, breaking an 81-year-old rainfall record before dawn.cbsnews.com
Is Ray Rice’s suspension for domestic abuse too short?
Is Ray Rice’s suspension for domestic abuse too short? Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been suspended for the first two games of the season after being charged with aggravated assault; but the charge will be dropped if he completes counseling. The Ravens and NFL Commissioner Roger Goddell are taking some heat for what some consider a relatively light suspension. CBS News special correspondent James Brown discusses the suspension with Scott Pelley.cbsnews.com