2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
5-1, 1st in AFC North
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33mBen Baby

Burrow still on voice rest ahead of Ravens game

For the second straight week, Joe Burrow did not participate in his Wednesday media availability due to lingering effects of a throat contusion. Doctors advised the Bengals QB to stay on voice rest, though he's still expected to play Sunday at Baltimore.

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9hJamison Hensley

They said 'I do,' then the second half of Colts-Ravens kicked off

Nothing stands in the way of true love, not even a football rivalry. The bride is a Colts fan, and the groom is a Lamar Jackson-loving Ravens fan. What better than to share their blessed moment in front of Ravens cheerleaders and fans in the stands?

Stephen A. calls on Lamar Jackson to prove his greatness in the postseason (1:20)
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1dJamison Hensley

Ravens' Stanley to have season-ending surgery

Ravens offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley has decided to have ankle surgery and will miss the remainder of this season, he announced Tuesday.

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2dJamison Hensley

Harbaugh says Lamar making critics look silly

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that the critics who said the NFL was going to catch up to Lamar Jackson this season "are kind of whistling in the graveyard" now.

Did Baltimore's blowout win say more about Ravens or Chargers? (2:08)

Hour 2: NFL's Best

Who is the best player in the NFL right now? ESPN Football Analyst Dan Orlovsky stops by to answer that question, as well as which team is the biggest disappointment in the NFL right now. Plus, will we see Cam Newton back under center soon?


Hour 1: How 'Bout Them Cowboys?

The Cowboys beat the Patriots in a close game. Is Dak Prescott in the MVP conversation now? Also, everything is going right for Kyler & the Cardinals, while everything is seemingly going from for Baker & the Browns. Plus, the guys go No Huddle on the biggest storylines of the NFL weekend, including Lamar Jackson continuing to impress.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens backfield dealing with another injury

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3dJamison Hensley

Lamar tops Marino record for wins under age 25

With Baltimore's 34-6 rout of the Chargers on Sunday, quarterback Lamar Jackson set the NFL record for the most wins under the age of 25 since the 1970 merger. His 35th victory moved him past Dan Marino.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens inactives vs. Chargers: WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring), OT Ronnie Stanley (ankle), RB Ty'Son Williams, S Ar'Darius Washington, OLB Jaylon Ferguson and DT Broderick Washington

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4dAndrea Adelson

Jackson to join Unitas as Louisville to retire No. 8

Former Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson will join Johnny Unitas as the only football players in school history to have their numbers retired when Louisville celebrates his No. 8 on Nov. 13.

Louisville surprises Lamar Jackson by retiring his number (1:28)
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5dJamison Hensley

Ravens WR Watkins out; Bateman in vs. Chargers

Baltimore Ravens receiver Sammy Watkins has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Chargers because of injury and likely will be replaced by first-round draft pick Rashod Bateman.

Stephen A. confident Lamar Jackson could carry the Ravens to the Super Bowl (1:39)

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Team Stats

Passing Yards266.511th
Rushing Yards155.24th
Points For28.37th
Points Against20.526th