Free agency leaves Ravens with more questions than answers

Free agency in the NFL got off to a busy start when it began on March 10. As a result, the Baltimore Ravens have lost several popular players who’ve been keys to their success over the last several seasons, providing several players from last year’s draft class with an opportunity to play a bigger role…

Ravens looking to move past lackluster 2013 season

Will have to start without Rice By Andrew Koch A disappointing 2013 season that saw the Baltimore Ravens finish 8-8 with a struggling running game and offensive line was followed by an offseason dominated by news of offseason arrests. The highest-profile off-the-field incident will cost the Ravens one of their most important players for two…

Terrapins football begins new era in Big Ten

By Andrew Koch Maryland Head Coach Randy Edsall and his staff have finalized their roster, and the Terrapins have broken camp as they get ready for their first season in the Big Ten Conference. After announcing in 2012 that it would be leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference after helping create the conference in 1953, the…

Ravens Notebook: Rice Likely to Avoid Jail; Gets Support From Team

By Andrew R. Koch The worst season of Ray Rice’s career has been followed by a tumultuous off-season. However, he’ll avoid jail time, and is still getting support from his head coach and general manager. After averaging a career-low 3.1 yards per carry, thanks largely due to poor play by the Ravens offensive line, Rice…

Ravens Coach Harbaugh Expresses Frustration After Another Player Arrest

By Andrew R. Koch The Baltimore Ravens’ off-field troubles continue to mount, and head coach John Harbaugh has had enough of it. The latest Raven to have a run-in with the law was fourth-round draft pick Lorenzo Taliaferro. He was arrested over Memorial Day weekend and charged with destruction of property and being drunk in…