In surprise, Ravens fire defensive coordinator Don ‘Wink’ Martindale after disappointing season — Orange County Register

The Ravens have fired defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale, a surprising shakeup that comes less than two weeks after the end of a disappointing season. In a statement the Ravens released Friday, coach John Harbaugh said that he and Martindale, who had one year remaining on his contract in Baltimore, had “agreed to move forward…

In surprise, Ravens fire defensive coordinator Don ‘Wink’ Martindale after disappointing season — Orange County Register

Ravens sign S Tony Jefferson to 53-man roster; 2 more Steelers starters set to return — Boston Herald

The Ravens signed safety Tony Jefferson to their 53-man roster Saturday, less than a month after he returned to Baltimore as a practice squad member and just a day before the team’s regular-season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers. After missing all of 2020, Jefferson appeared in two games for the San Francisco 49ers this season…

Ravens sign S Tony Jefferson to 53-man roster; 2 more Steelers starters set to return — Boston Herald

Rams at Baltimore Ravens: Who has the edge? — Pasadena Star News

RAMS (11-4) VS. RAVENS (8-7) When: Sunday, 10 a.m. Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore TV/radio: Ch. 11; 710 AM, 93.1 FM, 1330 AM (Spanish) Line: Rams by 6 Notable injury designations: Rams: RB Cam Akers (Achilles), NT Greg Gaines (hand), OLB Leonard Floyd (ankle) and S Taylor Rapp (shoulder) are questionable. Ravens: LG Ben Powers (foot)…

Rams at Baltimore Ravens: Who has the edge? — Pasadena Star News

After missing 2 games with ankle injury, Ravens QB Lamar Jackson returns to practice Wednesday — Twin Cities

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson returned to practice Wednesday, raising hopes that he’ll be ready to return for Sunday’s pivotal game against the Los Angeles Rams. Jackson hadn’t practiced since the Ravens’ Week 14 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Dec. 12, when he was carted off the field with an ankle injury. He was also…

After missing 2 games with ankle injury, Ravens QB Lamar Jackson returns to practice Wednesday — Twin Cities

Ravens QB Tyler Huntley reportedly placed on reserve/COVID-19 list, will miss game vs. Bengals; Josh Johnson set to start — Orange County Register

Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley has been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, according to the NFL Network, and will miss Sunday’s pivotal game against the Cincinnati Bengals. With Lamar Jackson not expected to play, third-string quarterback Josh Johnson is in line to start his first game since 2018. Huntley, who’s impressed in reserve duty this season,…

Ravens QB Tyler Huntley reportedly placed on reserve/COVID-19 list, will miss game vs. Bengals; Josh Johnson set to start — Orange County Register

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson misses another practice with ankle injury as team prepares for high-stakes matchup with Bengals — Boston Herald

Injured Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson did not practice Wednesday as the team picked up preparations for its high-stakes matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. 348 more words

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson misses another practice with ankle injury as team prepares for high-stakes matchup with Bengals — Boston Herald

Ravens place 5 more players on reserve/COVID-19 list, leaving defense even more short-handed — Twin Cities

The Ravens placed five more players on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, further destabilizing their defense ahead of Sunday’s crucial game against the AFC North-leading Cincinnati Bengals. Safety Geno Stone, defensive tackle Justin Madubuike, inside linebackers Chris Board and Kristian Welch and practice squad offensive tackle David Sharpe, all of whom played significant snaps in at…

Ravens place 5 more players on reserve/COVID-19 list, leaving defense even more short-handed — Twin Cities

Ravens CB Chris Westry added to reserve/COVID-19 list, another blow to secondary — The Denver Post

Ravens cornerback Chris Westry was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday and will miss Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers, the latest blow to a secondary reeling from injuries and the coronavirus. Westry, who was limited in practice by a knee injury, has started two games this season and was expected to pair with…

Ravens CB Chris Westry added to reserve/COVID-19 list, another blow to secondary — The Denver Post

Ravens promote practice squad offensive tackle, cornerback for game vs. Cleveland Browns — Boston Herald

The Ravens on Saturday activated offensive tackle David Sharpe and cornerback Robert Jackson from the practice squad ahead of Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns. Sharpe, 26, who played nine snaps in a Week 7 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, was called up to provide depth along the offensive line. Starting right tackle Patrick Mekari…

Ravens promote practice squad offensive tackle, cornerback for game vs. Cleveland Browns — Boston Herald

After 8 straight games as favorites, Ravens are slight underdogs in rematch vs. Browns — The Denver Post

The Ravens are slight underdogs ahead of their rematch Sunday with the host Cleveland Browns, according to Las Vegas sportsbooks. The Ravens (8-4) have entered their past eight games as favorites, but after falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night and losing star cornerback Marlon Humphrey to a season-ending pectoral injury, it’s the Browns…

After 8 straight games as favorites, Ravens are slight underdogs in rematch vs. Browns — The Denver Post

Ravens place CB Kevon Seymour on reserve/COVID-19 list, release ex-Calvert Hall QB Kenji Bahar — Boston Herald

The Ravens on Monday placed newly signed cornerback Kevon Seymour on the reserve/COVID-19 list, threatening his availability for Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Seymour played 17 special teams snaps in the Ravens’ 16-10 win Sunday night over the Cleveland Browns, his first game since being signed off the practice squad Saturday. He’s the first…

Ravens place CB Kevon Seymour on reserve/COVID-19 list, release ex-Calvert Hall QB Kenji Bahar — Boston Herald

Coach John Harbaugh says Ravens pass rushers feel ‘sense of frustration’ after roughing call against LB Tyus Bowser — Orange County Register

Ravens coach John Harbaugh described a “sense of frustration” among his pass rushers after linebacker Tyus Bowser was penalized for roughing in the team’s 16-10 win over the Cleveland Browns. Defenders around the NFL have complained about inconsistent interpretations of the rules designed to protect quarterbacks from late and dangerous hits. In an otherwise brilliant…

Coach John Harbaugh says Ravens pass rushers feel ‘sense of frustration’ after roughing call against LB Tyus Bowser — Orange County Register