Ravens rookie QB Tyrod Taylor, vying to be the top backup to starter Joe Flacco, led two fourth-quarter TD drives as Baltimore beat visiting Kansas City 31-13.
The Ravens' O-line, a weak link in 2010, is somewhat unsettled entering this season, with right tackle a potential trouble spot.
With Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens gone, WR Jerome Simpson is the player to watch in Cincinnati, as PFW examines each of the AFC North teams during camps.
WR Lee Evans is now a Baltimore Raven, following a trade Friday afternoon that sent a 2012 fourth-round pick back to the Bills.
Michael Vick threw for 74 yards and a touchdown pass in his only series and the new-look Eagles beat the Ravens 13-6 Thursday night.
The Chiefs landed PFW's best UFA still available, signing former Ravens OT Jared Gaither.
Former Dolphins RB Ricky Williams has signed with the Ravens, who were in need of a backup to Ray Rice because of free-agency losses.
Veteran WR Derrick Mason decided to sign with the Jets on Saturday. The 37-year-old had seven touchdowns last season.
In Pro Bowler Vonta Leach, the Ravens have added a fullback who has been compared to four-time Pro Bowler Lorenzo Neal.
Ravens RB Ray Rice's versatilty makes him a safe second-round pick, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
S Bernard Pollard signed a two-year contract with Baltimore on Thursday, it was announced by Ravens executive vice president/general manager Ozzie Newsome.
C Casey Rabach, who had reportedly agreed to a contract with Baltimore, is back on the free-agent market after he failed a physical with the Ravens.
PFW Ravens correspondent Jamison Hensley of the Baltimore Sun reports that Ravens C Matt Birk will be sidelined for two weeks after having arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that QB Marc Bulger has decided to retire.
The Ravens signed former Redskins C Casey Rabach to a two-year deal on Tuesday.