Lamar Jackson's injury risk is high with the way he runs the ball, making his backup a critical part of the Ravens next season.
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History indicates the Ravens will find a way to keep him, but with plenty of needs and limited cap space, they can't do it at any cost.
A mentor to Lamar Jackson, RG3 gives the Ravens a veteran presence in the backup spot and a similar style as their dynamic young starter.
Earl Thomas is an All-Pro safety and a feared ball hawk. He also apparently is a creative negotiator, as one of his new teammates quickly found out.
QB Robert Griffin III, who proved to be a valuable mentor to new Ravens starter Lamar Jackson last season, has re-signed with Baltimore on a two-year deal.
Trading QB Joe Flacco and giving budding CB Tavon Young a big contract extension early earned solid reviews for Ozzie Newsome's successor.
Baltimore sees Ingram and his bruising style as a better fit, plus he comes cheaper and with less wear and tear than Bell.
Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer
Robert Griffin III will become the top backup to Lamar Jackson and continue to be a valuable mentor to the new franchise quarterback after agreeing to a two-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens. Griffin impressed team officials and teammates with his attitude and work ethic. With the increased injury risk to Jackson, the Ravens could have to turn to Griffin, who has made no starts and thrown six passes over the past two years.
After years of knowing who would start at QB in Baltimore, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh but not Cleveland, it's the Browns who appear set for the future.
Robert Griffin III says defenses know what's coming from Lamar Jackson and the Ravens, but, like Michael Jordan, "it's hard to stop."
John Harbaugh and Greg Roman don't believe Lamar Jackson is at any more risk running down the field than he is sitting in the pocket.
Baker Mayfield and the other four first-round quarterbacks from the 2018 draft ended the season as starters. Here's what's ahead in 2019.
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The Baltimore Ravens have agreed in principle with quarterback Robert Griffin III on a new two-year contract, pending a physical, the team announced Monday.
With division games against Ben Roethlisberger and Baker Mayfield (now with Odell Beckham Jr.), the Ravens are spending big on stopping the pass.
The Ravens began installing a run-based offense for Lamar Jackson in training camp, and when Joe Flacco got hurt they quickly went all in.
Some players can almost double their salary with money from the NFL bonus pool. Meanwhile Khalil Mack got .0097 percent of his potential payout.
Ravens safety Tony Jefferson applauds the Browns' offseason moves, but says the path to the AFC North title goes through Baltimore.
The Colts and Browns crushed the draft, but there are still questions about several other teams. Mel gives new grades to all 32 teams.
Haloti Ngata, one of the most dominant defensive linemen of his era, announced his retirement in an Instagram post while standing atop Mount Kilimanjaro.
C.J. Mosley's deal with the Jets makes him free agency's biggest winner. Here's who fared best when we looked at the details.
Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer
Ravens signed special teams standout Justin Bethel to a two-year deal. A three-time Pro Bowl player, Bethel has led his team in special teams tackles for six straight seasons. He has struggled on pass defense as a cornerback and didn't play a defensive snap last season. Bethel played for the Atlanta Falcons last season after spending six seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.
The Ravens always have believed in the importance of the safety position, so it wouldn't be a surprise if they spend to replace Eric Weddle.
The Ravens have not splurged on other team's free agents. But it's tantalizing to envision how explosive the offense could become by adding Bell.
No team values the free safety position more than Baltimore, so the Ravens ponied up serious money to secure a former member of the Legion of Boom.
Count Earl Thomas among those who were surprised that the six-time Pro Bowl safety ended up signing with the Baltimore Ravens.