A two-time Pro Bowler has reportedly drawn interest from the Ravens to become their backup QB.
The NFL suspended Browns general manager Ray Farmer for the first quarter of next season for texting coaches during games.
It's an annual tradition: Players developed by the Ravens cash in big elsewhere in free agency. Who will be next in 2016?
The Baltimore Ravens have several ways they can go with the No. 26 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, but there are a few positions they are already set at.
Ed Reed's 11-year run with the Ravens was special, but his 2013 season with the Texans was not, according to owner Bob McNair.