QB Joe Flacco, RB Ray Rice and RB Ricky Williams will all be back in Baltimore, according to the team's blog and owner Stephen Bisciotti.
Ravens RB Ray Rice, Steelers S Troy Polamalu and Chargers KR-WR Richard Goodman are the AFC Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week for Week 17.
With Cleveland preparing to face Baltimore for a second time in 2011, we caught up with PFW Ravens correspondent Jeff Zrebiec, who covers the club for The (Baltimore) Sun.
Ravens RB Ray Rice, Titans LB Colin McCarthy and Steelers WR-PR Antonio Brown were named AFC Players of the Week for Week 13.
Here's a matchup to watch in Sunday's Ravens-Browns game.
In a new column William Del Pilar breaks down historical data for the Jets, Bills, Steelers, Ravens, Saints and Bucs to help you determine WDIS for Week Nine.
The Ravens' 29-14 win vs. Houston Sunday was their narrowest victory of the season, proof of how dominant John Harbaugh's club has been at times in 2011.
Ravens RB Ray Rice's versatilty makes him a safe second-round pick, writes PFW's Mike Wilkening.
While Baltimore's ground game has largely disappointed in 2010, there is hope the Ravens can employ a physical, run-first offensive attack when circumstances call for it, and the Ravens' overwhelming success using this blueprint against New Orleans in Week ...
Pat Fitzmaurice will be watching closely to see if Ravens RB Ray Rice follows up on his huge Week 15 performance with another superior effort against a Browns run defense that has been gashed by lesser running backs lately.
By most measures, Ravens RB Ray Rice was having a somewhat disappointing fantasy campaign, but his explosion Sunday helped justify his early draft selection.
With positioning for the postseason on the line, the Saints can ill afford a defensive collapse down the stretch, but bouncing back from a poor Week 15 performance will not be easy.
Ray Rice ran for 153 yards, caught five passes for 80 yards and scored two touchdowns to carry the Ravens over the New Orleans Saints 30-24 on Sunday.
The Ravens' pass protection has been a weakness recently, with QB Joe Flacco sacked 16 times in his last four starts — the same number of times he has been brought down for a loss in the first nine games of ...
The Ravens have spread the ball almost equally to WRs Derrick Mason and Anquan Boldin and RB Ray Rice in the past six games, and it's hard to argue with the results.