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  • NFL moves extra points back to 15-yard line, two-point conversion rules largely unchanged

    NFL moves extra points back to 15-yard line, two-point conversion rules largely unchanged
    Ravens kicker Justin Tucker and his NFL colleagues will be kicking their extra points from a longer distance this season. The NFL approved a competition committee proposal to move extra points back to the 15-yard line. That's the equivalent of a 33-yard...
  • War Story, Conquest Curlinate added to Belmont Stakes mix

    War Story, Conquest Curlinate added to Belmont Stakes mix
    There's no shortage of challengers looking to upend American Pharoah in the Belmont Stakes and spoil his chance to win the Triple Crown. Two more horses have been added to the mix, raising to 10 the number of rivals the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner...
  • Ray Lewis, ex-Baltimore Ravens linebacker, to release memoir

    Ray Lewis, ex-Baltimore Ravens linebacker, to release memoir
    Ray Lewis, the ESPN commentator and former Baltimore Ravens linebacker, will release a memoir in October that will address the murder allegations that almost ended his career, the Baltimore Sun reports. Simon & Schuster will publish "I Feel Like Going...
  • The Right Stuff: NFL's ideas on 'cheating' are flexible

    The Right Stuff: NFL's ideas on 'cheating' are flexible
    Fans of the Baltimore Ravens are savoring the NFL's decision to suspend New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady for four games and otherwise punish the team for the Patriots' use of underinflated footballs in last season's AFC Championship Game....
  • Will Hill looks forward to 'hitting people' at strong safety in second Ravens season

    Will Hill looks forward to 'hitting people' at strong safety in second Ravens season
    Will Hill has displayed his gentler side throughout this offseason, smiling and mugging for photographs while pushing his infant daughter in her baby stroller. Hill has been able to indulge his zest for knocking things over on bowling lanes in...
  • Ravens news, notes and opinions on Matt Elam, pass rushers and Marshal Yanda

    Ravens news, notes and opinions on Matt Elam, pass rushers and Marshal Yanda
    In the past couple of months, Ravens officials have taken turns challenging young safety Matt Elam while also praising how he’s handled the offseason. Elam has lost weight and seems to understand that this could be a make-or-break year for him....
  • For Ravens, change in NFL's extra-point rule 'would be an advantage'

    For Ravens, change in NFL's extra-point rule 'would be an advantage'
    Matt Stover kicked in the NFL for two decades, building a reputation for his ability to make clutch field goals. Extra points were even more automatic for the former Raven, a retired Pro Bowl kicker who connected on 591 of 594 career extra points, a 99....
  • Ravens confident in rookie running back Buck Allen's pass-catching skills

    Ravens confident in rookie running back Buck Allen's pass-catching skills
    One of the top reasons the Ravens selected rookie running back Buck Allen in the fourth round of the NFL draft was his ability to catch passes out of the backfield. The former USC standout displayed that skill during the Ravens' recent rookie minicamp,...
  • Bears GM plucks top two personnel hires from Broncos, Ravens

    Bears GM plucks top two personnel hires from Broncos, Ravens
    Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace finalized the top of the revamped front office Friday. He tabbed Baltimore Ravens national scout Joe Douglas to be the Bears’ new director of college scouting director. He hired Anthony Kelly away from the...
  • Ravens' national scout Joe Douglas joins Bears as director of college scouting, sources say

    Ravens' national scout Joe Douglas joins Bears as director of college scouting, sources say
    Ravens national scout Joe Douglas, one of the most respected scouts in the NFL, is leaving the team to join the Chicago Bears as their new director of college scouting, according to league sources. Under new Bears general manager Ryan Pace, Douglas...
  • Ravens safety Terrence Brooks ahead of schedule in knee rehab, not ruling out potential return this year

    Ravens safety Terrence Brooks ahead of schedule in knee rehab, not ruling out potential return this year
    When the Ravens evaluate their safety position, they do so with the hope that safety Terrence Brooks could potentially bolster the spot at some point this year. Since tearing the anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament in his right...