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Ravens, Marlon Humphrey agree to $98M+ deal

Humphrey, 24 in July, started nearly every game for the Ravens last year en route to his first career Pro Bowl selection and first ever First-Team All-Pro nod.

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Peter Daubert

Week 3 Offensive Film Room: Passing failures

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In the Ravens vs. Chiefs game on Monday night, there were many disappointments — none greater of which came from the lack of production on the offensive side of the ball from Baltimore. Everything was seemingly ten times more difficult for Baltimore than it was for Kansas City, and that much is plenty obvious from watching the game.

Much of it seemed to come from a lack of understanding of one’s own personnel and strengths from the coaching staff....

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Source: Ravens' Humphrey gets $98.75M deal

Ravens All-Pro cornerback Marlon Humphrey signed a five-year, $98.75 million extension, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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Ravens, Marlon Humphrey Agree To $98MM+ Deal

The Ravens have agreed to a brand new five-year, $98.75MM extension with star cornerback Marlon Humphrey (Twitter link via ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter). The deal, which includes $66MM in total guaranteed cash, makes him one of the league’s highest paid players at his position.

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Peter Daubert

Ravens Week 3 Unsung Hero : Chuck Clark

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To call any Ravens player a ‘hero’ in Week 3 would be a little misleading. Frankly, if Baltimore had a true hero this week, it was probably all the Andy Reid memes that distracted from how bad the Ravens were. That, however, is not an eligible selection.

That being said, Chuck Clark actually had a pretty good game. He racked up 10 tackles, by far the most in the game, and didn’t miss a single tackle along the way. He played a...

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Lamar Jackson Among 32 NFL Players to Partner with Lowe's to Support Communities

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey are among the 32 NFL players who've agreed to join Lowe's "Home Team Roster," a campaign that will support projects in their local communities...

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Marlon Humphrey, Ravens Reportedly Agree to 5-Year, $98.75M Contract Extension

The Baltimore Ravens agreed to a five-year, $98.75 million extension with 2019 All-Pro cornerback Marlon Humphrey on Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter ...

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Vasilis Lericos

Ravens News 10/1: Pulling Off Comebacks and more

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports SIGNIFICANT RAVENS OFFENSIVE FLAW EXPOSED AGAINST CHIEFS - Brentley Weissman

As it stands now, the Ravens’ wide receiver room consists of 2019 first-round pick Marquise Brown, veteran slot guy Willie Snead, Myles Boykin, and 2020 third-round pick Devin Duvernay. As a unit, this group has speed to burn, but is not overly physical or reliable in contested situations.

Brown is easily the best of the bunch and has outstanding speed and burst. He is a true...

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Kyle P Barber

Nike drops new Air Zoom Pegasus 37 Ravens shoe!

Fanatics

And here’s where you can get your new pair!

The 2020 season is here and there’s no better item to boast your fandom than the cleanest kicks on the market. The new Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37 shoe is a brilliant design looking better than the all-white Ravens’ jerseys. The blend of white, purple, gold and black offers a great look and with it coming from Nike, you already know the shoe is going to fit right, last long and stay true to form.

NOTE: This shoe is available for men...

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Vasilis Lericos

Lamar needs more weapons to dethrone the Chiefs

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The storylines following the Ravens 34-20 Week 3 loss are predictable. Baltimore struggled to overcome a first half deficit, John Harbaugh was out-coached, Lamar missed some throws, coordinator Roman passed too often, the pass rush failed to record a sack, coordinator Martindale’s blitzes were ineffective and the secondary blew assignments. There is certainly truth in each point.

Nonetheless, the key takeaway that has escaped many...

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Kyle P Barber

New Vegas prop bet believes Ravens are incapable of a 10-point comeback in 2020

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The narrative has reached Vegas

The criticism of Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens has reached Las Vegas; Can the team overcome a 10-point deficit?

On Wednesday, BetOnline.ag released a slew of prop bets ranging from Kansas City going undefeated to which New York team will get a win first. They also included the recent narrative criticizing the Ravens.

“Will the Baltimore Ravens trail by 10 points or more this regular season and come back and win?
Yes...

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John Harbaugh defends his mask wearing, suggests expectations are unrealistic

The Baltimore Ravens coach was seen with his mask not covering his mouth at times on Monday night, including during an argument with an official over a penalty.

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Vasilis Lericos

Ravens News 9/30: Not discouraged and more

Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images You Can’t Settle for Field Goals Against Patrick Mahomes - Rodger Sherman

The Ravens received the opening kickoff and went on to claim a lead—but instead of trying to score a touchdown, they opted to kick a field goal when faced with a fourth-and-3 from the Chiefs’ 8-yard line. The Ravens are probably better equipped to get a first down on fourth-and-3 than any other team in the league. They have Jackson, a slew of talented running backs, and an...

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Ravens' chief problem will haunt them until the postseason

If Kansas City is the Ravens' "kryptonite," then Lamar Jackson will have to play better than Superman.

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Conflicting reports emerge on Earl Thomas, Texans

Some conflicting accounts emerged Tuesday after the cancellation of Earl Thomas‘ Texans workout.

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Report: Texans decide Earl Thomas isn't 'a good fit'

After some confusion as to why the Texans canceled their visit with Thomas, it appears Houston decided against signing the three-time All-Pro.

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Kyle P Barber

Ravens vs. Chiefs: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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A bad game, an ugly 55 minutes of football and a devastating loss to the Kansas City Chiefs place the Ravens firmly at 2-1 and second in the AFC North. However, there is good, bad and ugly to take from this humble pie.

The Good

Justin Tucker is the GOAT: Don’t mention Harrison Butker in the same breath as Justin Tucker. The way the Ravens are No. 2 to the Chiefs is the gap between Tucker and Butker. Last night, Butker dropped 1.589% in career FG%. He’s...

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Jake Louque

Podcast: Pain.

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Podcast host Jake Louque is joined by Managing Editor Kyle P Barber fresh off a Ravens’ loss to the Chiefs

The boys are back on the not so joyous occasion of a manic Tuesday, as the Ravens drop their Wek 3 matchup vs. the Chiefs, 34-20. There’s plenty to discuss, including who’s to blame, what makes the Chiefs so great, what did the Ravens learn for a hypothetical rematch, and much, much more. We appreciate you guys tuning into what won’t be an...

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Peter Daubert

Week 3 Rookie Report: Duvernay shines in the darkness

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The Week 3 game between the Ravens and Chiefs was incredibly disappointing for both Ravens fans and those expecting the game of the year. The 20-34 Baltimore loss was heartbreaking for many, but we’re not here to grovel in our own sorrow.

Let’s take some tabs on the new kids on the block.

Devin Duvernay

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Duvernay is probably the best thing to come out of this game with his incredible kickoff...

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Jakob Ashlin

NFL Power Rankings Roundup: Ravens drop after Monday night loss

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The Ravens suffered a disappointing loss to the Chiefs on Monday night. The Chiefs were able to build up a 27-10 lead by halftime, and the Ravens never recovered. It was their first regular season loss since Week 4 of last season. As a result, they fell in several power rankings this week.

ESPN was the only outlet that did not move the Ravens down this week, as they remained in second. However, they did express some disappointment in Marquise Brown’s...

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