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2017 Schedule
8-8, 2nd in AFC North
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Maclin's release breeds contempt (1:24)

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens players report to training camp on July 26. The first practice is July 27. Camp is closed to the public this year because of on-going construction at the Ravens facility. There are three open practices: M&T Bank Stadium (July 30 and Aug. 12) and Navy Marine Corps Stadium (Aug. 5).

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Maclin unhappy with how Chiefs handled his release (0:49)
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Maclin played with torn groin, cut via voicemail

Jeremy Maclin told ESPN's Adam Schefter on his Know Them From Adam podcast that he played much of last season with a torn groin and that the Chiefs let him know he was being released by voicemail.

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What make Justin Tucker the "Most Interesting Man in the NFL"?

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Under-the-radar names to know from OTAs: Nick Boyle

Following Dennis Pitta's release, Boyle could end up being a surprise starter for the Ravens at TE this season. But he'll have to hold off Benjamin Watson and Crockett Gillmore to win the job.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens tight end Maxx Williams is considered the biggest question mark on availability for start of next month's training camp, coach John Harbaugh said. "Knowing Maxx, I'll guarantee you one thing: If it's humanly possible, he'll be ready," Harbaugh said. "But he had that new surgery, so that's a little bit of gray area for us knowing how that's going to respond."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs isn't thinking about whether his 15th NFL season will be his last before adding, "Time is undefeated. When it's time to cross that bridge, we will. But I don't think it's time yet." Suggs is signed through the 2018 season.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta addresses future for first time since fracturing his right hip again

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ex-Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta on his future: "I've dislocated my hip three times. Take it for what it is. I'm not delusional. I know and understand what that means. At the same time, I'm just taking one day at a time and trying to get back healthy. That's all that really matters."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tight end Dennis Pitta didn't announce his retirement in his first comments since fracturing his for third time in five years. Pitta, though, added "I'm not delusional."

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Ravens' Yanda says he'll be ready by Week 1

Ravens guard Marshal Yanda on Wednesday guaranteed that his surgically repaired left shoulder will be healed in time for him to be playing by Week 1.

Team Stats

Passing Yards256.312th
Rushing Yards91.428th
Points For21.421st
Points Against20.19th