"The Sporting News" picks the Ravens to win the AFC North and predicts another Baltimore-at-New England battle for the conference title.See More: Ravens Report
In its NFL preview special, "Pro Football Weekly" picks the Ravens to win the AFC North, and Baltimore comes in at No. 9 in the "PFW" power rankings.See More: Ravens Report
Former Ravens tackle Damion Cook, known for his spot-on impression of former linebacker Ray Lewis' pre-game pep talk, died June 26 at the age of 36.See More: Ravens Report
In its NFL preseason predictions, "Athlon" magazine projects the Ravens will finish third in the division and miss the playoffs.See More: Ravens Report
Ravens veterans don't report to training camp until July 29, but the team's rookies, quarterbacks and injured veterans will check in starting July 22.See More: Ravens Report
Linebacker Terrell Suggs is one of three current Ravens who made the cut on Joe Platania's list of the team's 20 most outrageous characters.See More: Ravens Report
Head coach John Harbaugh and defensive coordinator Dean Pees agreed the team looked strong as it concluded its final mandatory minicamp session.See More: Ravens Report
"I really like the return game," Lardarius Webb said. " ... I don't know if they're going to let me get it ... But yeah, I'm challenging for it."See More: Ravens Report
Elvis Dumervil and Marshal Yanda voiced optimism for the Ravens' 2015 pass rush and o-line, but Yanda says the team will do its talking on the field.See More: Ravens Report
"We want to chase perfection," Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said. "And we have good guys, and we'll try to continue to do that as best we can."See More: Ravens Report
Although 13-year veteran Terrell Suggs admitted at minicamp June 16 he was a "young 32," he said he's preparing for the final stretch of his career.See More: Ravens Report
Ravens offensive coordinator Marc Trestman has not yet decided where he will call plays, but his demeanor could lend itself to being on the field.See More: Ravens Report
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