|Jun 30 2017 - Darren Waller|
TE Darren Waller has been suspended for at least one year without pay for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the league announced Friday. The suspension means Waller will forfeit his 2017 base salary of $642,774. This is the second suspension for Waller in the past two years. After the first suspension, Waller told the club's website that he tested positive for marijuana.
|Jun 21 2017 - Jeremy Maclin|
WR Jeremy Maclin told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Wednesday that he was informed of his release by the Kansas City Chiefs via voicemail earlier this month. Maclin also told Schefter on his "Know Them From Adam" Podcast that he played much of last season with a torn groin. Maclin signed a two-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens last week.
|Jun 12 2017 - Jeremy Maclin|
WR Jeremy Maclin agreed on a two-year contract with Baltimore, the team announced. Maclin chose the Ravens over the Buffalo Bills. Maclin has passed a physical and will officially sign with Baltimore on Tuesday morning. The 29-year-old Maclin was recently released by the Kansas City Chiefs. Maclin caught just 44 passes for 536 yards and two touchdowns in 2016 in a down season. He twice has compiled 80 or more catches and 1,000 or more yards in the same season.
|Jun 9 2017 - Dennis Pitta|
TE Dennis Pitta suffered a third hip injury in four years and was released with an injury waiver. His career could be over. "Dennis' injury obviously is a disappointment," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Thursday at the team's OTA. "It wasn't something that wasn't possible. We all understood that. Dennis did. ... You want to have as many good players as you can and that's why you don't want to lose anyone. But we are deep at (tight end)."
|Jun 7 2017 - Dennis Pitta|
TE Dennis Pitta was released by the Ravens with an injury waiver after he suffered another major hip injury at organized team activities practice last week. The move clears $2.5 million in salary-cap space for the Ravens, who did not have to give an injury settlement to Pitta because he signed a waiver after fracturing his hip in 2013 and 2014. He agreed to a $2.5 million salary to return to the Ravens this season. Pitta, 31, dislocated his hip on Friday for the third time in five years and the latest could be a career-ending injury. He will need surgery to repair the hip.
|Jun 5 2017 - Al-Hajj Shabazz|
CB Al-Hajj Shabazz was signed by Baltimore. The move comes four days after Baltimore lost starting cornerback Tavon Young to a season-ending torn ACL. Shabazz played in one game with the Houston Texans last season before participating in six contests with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 24-year-old made one tackle during the 2016 season.
|Jun 5 2017 - Brandon Boykin|
CB Brandon Boykin was signed by Baltimore. The move comes four days after Baltimore lost starting cornerback Tavon Young to a season-ending torn ACL. Boykin, who missed all of last season with a torn pectoral muscle, has eight interceptions in 64 career games with the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers.
|Jun 2 2017 - Tavon Young|
CB Tavon Young was lost to a torn ACL. He injured his knee while returning an interception midway through Thursday's practice and is expected to miss the 2017 season. Young had a standout rookie season in 2016, starting the final 11 games for Baltimore. He recorded two interceptions, one fumble recovery and 53 combined tackles in 16 games.
|Jun 2 2017 - Dennis Pitta|
TE Dennis Pitta reinjured his hip at organized team activities practice on Friday, the Baltimore Ravens announced. The 31-year-old Pitta, who underwent hip surgery in 2013 and 2014 before coming back last season to lead all team tight ends with 86 receptions, is undergoing tests to determine the severity of the injury, the team announced. The 6-foot-4, 238-pound Pitta was third on the team in receiving yards (729) last season and scored two touchdowns in 16 games (12 starts). He missed the entire 2015 season due to the second hip surgery.
|May 5 2017 - Chuck Clark|
S Chuck Clark.a sixth-round pick, signed with the Baltimore Ravens. No terms were announced. Clark, the 186th overall selection out of Virginia Tech, adds another physical presence in the secondary, which has suddenly become the biggest strength of the team. He is also expected to contribute on special teams.
|May 5 2017 - Jermaine Eluemunor|
OL Jermaine Eluemunor, a fifth-round pick, signed with the Baltimore Ravens. No terms were announced. Eluemunor, who was the 159th overall pick, is a versatile player who made nine starts at right tackle and three at right guard at Texas A&M last season.
|May 5 2017 - Nico Siragusa|
G Nico Siragusa, a fourth-round pick, signed with the Baltimore Ravens. No terms were announced. Siragusa, the 122nd overall selection, was a three-year starting guard and key blocker for Donnel Pumphrey at San Diego State. The 6-foot-4, 319-pounder was a third-team All-American in 2016 and will have an opportunity to play immediately in Baltimore.
|May 5 2017 - Tyus Bowser|
LB Tyus Bowser, a second-round pick, signed with the Baltimore Ravens. No terms were announced. Bowser, who was selected with 47th overall pick, recorded 8.5 sacks and 11.5 tackles for loss over eight games last season with Houston.
|May 5 2017 - Marlon Humphrey|
CB Marlon Humphrey signed a four-year contract with a fifth-year option with the Baltimore Ravens on Friday. Humphrey was selected with the 16th overall pick in last week's draft. The 20-year-old is the son of former Denver Broncos running back Bobby Humphrey. Humphrey started all 29 games of his short career at Alabama. He had two interceptions and three forced fumbles in 2016.
|Apr 11 2017 - Lardarius Webb|
FS Lardarius Webb returned to the Ravens on a three-year deal Tuesday after the team originally terminated his contract March 10. The deal is worth a maximum of $10.5 million, per the Baltimore Sun. Webb, 31, has spent his entire eight-year career with the Ravens, totaling 436 tackles, 13 interceptions and 89 passes defensed in 111 games. Last season, Webb totaled 73 tackles, one interception, five passes defensed and a sack while starting all 16 games in his first season after moving from cornerback to safety.
|Apr 8 2017 - Lardarius Webb|
DB Lardarius Webb is returning to the Baltimore Ravens after agreeing to terms on a three-year deal, multiple outlets reported. The Ravens released the eight-year veteran last month and created $5.5 million of salary-cap space after acquiring free-agent safety Tony Jefferson.
Webb shifted to safety full time last season after spending his previous campaigns as a cornerback.
|Mar 31 2017 - Marshal Yanda|
G Marshal Yanda, who anchors theBaltimore offensive line, underwent surgery on his left shoulder this offseason and will not participate in organized team activities or minicamp in May and June. The goal is to have the six-time Pro Bowler fully healthy for the 2017 season.
|Mar 31 2017 - C.J. Mosley|
LB C.J. Mosley is likely to have his fifth-year option picked up by the Baltimore Ravens, according to coach John Harbaugh. The ultimate goal, however, is to sign the two-time Pro Bowler to a long-term extension.
|Mar 21 2017 - Kamar Aiken|
WR Kamar Aiken signed a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts, the team announced Tuesday. Aiken, 27, is expected to add depth to the Colts' receiving corps. Aiken played for the Baltimore Ravens last season, and had 29 catches for 328 yards and one touchdown. He had a better season in 2015, when he posted team highs in receptions (75), receiving yards (944) and receiving touchdowns (five). Aiken has played for the Ravens (2013-16), Chicago Bears (2012), New England Patriots (2012) and Buffalo Bills (2011).
|Mar 17 2017 - Brandon Carr|
CB Brandon Carr and the Ravens agreed to terms on a four-year contract, the team announced Thursday.ESPN reported that Carr's contract is actually a one-year deal with a series of options that make it a four-year deal worth $24 million.
Carr, a 10-year NFL veteran who turns 31 in May, is coming off his best season, when he had one interception, nine pass deflections, a quarterback pressure, a tackle for loss and 61 tackles for the Dallas Cowboys.
|Mar 10 2017 - Anthony Levine|
DB/LB Anthony Levine Sr. agreed to terms on a three-year contract. Financial terms were not disclosed by the team for Levine, who has recorded 31 tackles from scrimmage and 28 others on special teams during his 66 career games with the Ravens.
|Mar 10 2017 - Brandon Williams|
DT Brandon Williams and the Ravens agreed in principle Thursday on a five-year contract worth $54 million -- including an eye-popping $27 million in guaranteed money -- that makes him the highest-paid nose tackle in the NFL.
Multiple teams, including the Tennessee Titans, were reportedly interested in the 6-foot-1, 340-pound Williams before he decided to stay. Williams, a four-year veteran out of Missouri Southern State, was selected in the third round of the 2013 draft by Baltimore. He had 158 tackles (97 solo), 4 1/2 sacks, three passes defensed, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in 55 games (46 starts) with the Ravens.
|Feb 26 2017 - Matt Elam|
S Matt Elam of the Ravens was arrested Saturday night in Miami on multiple drug charges. Elam, 25, was booked at 3:45 a.m. Sunday at the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami on charges of possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession with intent to sell or deliver, and possession of a controlled substance. He also was charged with reckless driving. Elam initially was pulled over for reckless driving and was found with 126 grams of marijuana and three grams of oxycodone in his vehicle, according to Miami-Dade police.
Elam, the Ravens' first-round pick in 2013 out of the University of Florida, is currently being held on a $15,500 bond. He will officially become an unrestricted free agent on March 9 after the Ravens declined to pick up his fifth-year option last year.
|Jan 18 2017 - Morgan Cox|
LS Morgan Cox was added to the Pro Bowl roster on Wednesday for the second straight season. Cox will join three teammates participating in the game on Jan. 29 in Orlando, Fla. -- kicker Justin Tucker, fullback Kyle Juszczyk and linebacker C.J. Mosley. Guard Marshal Yanda was elected to the team but will not play due to a shoulder injury. Long snappers are not voted onto the team like other position players. Cox, a seven-year veteran, was chosen by Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid as a "need" player for the Pro Bowl roster. Reid's staff will coach in the NFL's annual All-Star game.
|Jan 4 2017 - Jeremy Maclin|
WR Jeremy Maclin carries some of the most career postseason experience of any player on the Chiefs offense. In four games with the Eagles and Chiefs in the playoffs, Maclin caught 15 passes for 271 yards and a touchdown catch. That's an 18.1-yard average per catch.
|Jan 2 2017 - Jeremy Maclin|
WR Jeremy Maclin (ankle) suffered a sprained ankle early in Sunday's game against San Diego, but ended up returning to the action in the second half. Maclin finished with four catches for 53 yards against the Chargers.
|Jan 2 2017 - Keenan Reynolds|
WR/RS Keenan Reynolds was promoted from their practice squad to the 53-man roster, but he was he inactive for the regular season finale against the Bengals. Reynolds had been on Baltimore's practice squad for 15 games this season after being selected in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Reynolds, a quarterback at Navy, had 88 career touchdown -- most in NCAA FBS history.
|Jan 2 2017 - Vince Mayle|
WR Vince Mayle was claimed off waivers after being released by Dallas, but he was he inactive for the regular season finale against the Bengals. Mayle was a 2015 fourth-round draft pick of the Browns. He has played in seven NFL games, including six this season, all with the Cowboys.
|Jan 2 2017 - C.J. Mosley|
LB C.J. Mosley was carted off the field in the fourth quarter with a reported calf strain. Mosley was named to this year's Pro Bowl but his status for that game is now uncertain. Ravens coach John Harbaugh did not think the injury was serious. "I don't have an injury report on him," Harbaugh said. "I don't think it was anything major though. We will know tomorrow, but I don't think there was anything serious."
|Jan 2 2017 - Justin Tucker|
PK Justin Tucker remained tied with the Vikings' Blair Walsh with an NFL single-season record 10 field goals of 50 yards or more.
|Jan 2 2017 - Steve Smith|
WR Steve Smith Sr. played his final game on Sunday after 16 seasons. He had three catches for 34 yards, finishing with 14,731 yards and 81 touchdowns in his career.
"He's been here for 16 years and continues to play at a high level every game," said Harbaugh. "He showed our guys how to compete and how to play the game."
|Jan 2 2017 - Joe Flacco|
QB Joe Flacco was 32 of 49 for 267 yards and an interception to finish with a single-season team record 4,317 yards. But, individual accomplishments weren't on the minds of the Ravens following Sunday's loss.
Flacco eclipsed Vinny Testaverde's single-season team record for passing yards on Sunday, finishing with 4,317. Testaverde had 4,177 in 1996.
|Dec 31 2016 - Vince Mayle|
WR Vince Mayle was claimed off waivers by the Ravens from the Cowboys. Mayle, 25, was a 2015 fourth-round draft pick of the Browns out of Washington State. The 6-2, 228-pound Mayle has seen action in seven NFL games, including six this season, all with the Cowboys. He played mostly on special teams.
|Dec 30 2016 - Keenan Reynolds|
WR Keenan Reynolds was promoted from the practice squad to the active roster. Reynolds posted an NCAA Division I record 88 career touchdowns while playing quarterback for Navy prior to being selected in the sixth round of the 2016 draft.
|Dec 30 2016 - Jimmy Smith|
CB Jimmy Smith was placed on injured reserve and will miss his third straight game. The 28-year-old Smith sustained a right ankle sprain in a 30-23 loss at the New England Patriots on Dec. 12.
|Dec 30 2016 - Keenan Reynolds|
WR/KR Keenan Reynolds was promoted from the practice squad to the 53-man roster on Friday. Reynolds, who was drafted in the sixth round (182nd overall) from Navy, spent the season trying to make the transition from college quarterback to receiver/kick returner. Ravens coach John Harbaugh has been happy with both his work ethic and progress.
|Dec 30 2016 - Jimmy Smith|
CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) was placed on injured reserve on Friday. Smith will miss his third straight game and fifth overall this week against the Bengals. He suffered the injury in the first quarter Dec. 12 against the Patriots. Baltimore is 2-2 without him in the lineup.
|Dec 28 2016 - Alex Lewis|
LG Alex Lewis, who suffered a high-ankle sprain in Week 10, was inactive Sunday against Pittsburgh. However, he was back at practice this week and could play in the regular-season finale against the Bengals. The versatile Lewis could retain his former spot at left guard or move to right guard if Rick Wagner (concussion) is ruled out.
|Dec 28 2016 - Marshal Yanda|
G Marshal Yanda (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday and was likely given a veteran's day off. Yanda has been dealing with a shoulder injury and the Ravens have tried to get him extra rest. Yanda, who was just named to his sixth Pro Bowl, has seamlessly moved from right guard to left because of the injury to rookie Alex Lewis. Yanda is expected to play in the regular-season finale against the Bengals.
|Dec 28 2016 - Jimmy Smith|
CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) will miss his third straight game this week against the Bengals. He suffered the injury in the first quarter Dec. 12 against the Patriots. Baltimore has struggled without him in the lineup. "He probably will not be able to make it for this week," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "We were hoping for the playoffs."
|Dec 26 2016 - Kamalei Correa|
OLB Kamalei Correa (ribs) was placed on injured reserve, ending his rookie season. The second-round pick from Boise State appeared in nine games this season, including one start. He had three tackles and one forced fumble. Correa has also played on special teams.
|Dec 26 2016 - Brennen Beyer|
LB Brennen Beyer was activated from the Ravens' practice squad to the 53-man roster but was inactive last Sunday against the Steelers. Beyer originally signed with Baltimore in 2015 as a rookie free agent out of Michigan and has solely been on the Ravens' practice squad. Beyer appeared in 49 games, including 32 starts for the Wolverines, finishing with 92 tackles, 7.5 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and one interception.
|Dec 26 2016 - Crockett Gillmore|
TE Crockett Gillmore has been able to practice after suffering a thigh injury, but he was inactive Sunday for the seventh consecutive game. Gillmore entered the season at the top of the depth chart but has had trouble staying on the field. He has caught eight passes for 71 yards with a touchdown.
|Dec 25 2016 - Jimmy Smith|
CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) missed his second straight game on Saturday with an ankle injury. Smith also missed two games earlier in the season with a back injury. The Ravens are 2-2 without him in the lineup. Shareece Wright got the start in his place.
|Dec 26 2016 - Dennis Pitta|
TE Dennis Pitta caught eight passes for 75 yards Sunday.
|Dec 26 2016 - Steve Smith|
WR Steve Smith caught seven passes for 79 yards and a touchdown along with a 2-point conversion Sunday.
|Dec 26 2016 - Joe Flacco|
QB Joe Flacco went 30 of 44 for 262 yards and mounted a 75-yard, go-ahead TD drive ended by FB Kyle Juszcyk's run up the middle with 1:25 left.
|Dec 26 2016 - Kyle Juszczyk|
FB Kyle Juszcyk scored a 10-yard, go-ahead touchdown run with 1:25 remaining but the Steelers ended up winning in the final seconds Sunday.
"It's a huge swing of emotions," Juszcyk said. "We've got the best defense in the league and (at that point), it's a wrap in my mind (and the game is over). It's a huge swing."
|Dec 25 2016 - Steve Smith Sr.|
WR Steve Smith Sr. is active Sunday against the Steelers despite being listed as questionable with a thigh injury.
|Dec 25 2016 - Jimmy Smith|
CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) will miss his second straight game Sunday against the Steelers. Smith did not practice all week. He has 29 tackles and four passes defensed in 11 games this season.