2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
11-5, 2nd in AFC North
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J&J: The Bucks and Nets battle, Steph Curry's braids were a failure, the Clippers' chemistry improves, and Ryan García stops by

This is the Jalen & Jacoby podcast-exclusive hour, coming to you every Tuesday and Thursday. The guys discuss the Nets beating the Bucks in a battle of Eastern Conference heavyweights, a bold prediction from Jacoby on Brooklyn’s future, why Steph Curry’s braids were a failed test, the Clippers’ improved chemistry, Kevin Porter Jr. throwing food in the Cavaliers’ locker room and the Bills Mafia donating to Lamar Jackson’s charity. Plus, the second half of their interview with boxer Ryan García.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens GM Eric DeCosta rarely comments on moves made by the team. So, this statement on waiving Mark Ingram shows the amount of respect the team has for the running back: “We are making the tough business decision to terminate Mark Ingram's contract. Mark is a talented winner who brought passion, toughness, leadership and chemistry to the Ravens. He contributed in so many meaningful ways on and off the field, and we wish him the very best as he continues his career.”

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Ravens released running back Mark Ingram, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The move was expected because Ingram was a healthy scratch for four of the Ravens' last five games, including two postseason games. Baltimore created $5 million in cap space and can move forward with J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards, both of whom helped the Ravens become the NFL's No. 1 rushing attack. A Pro Bowl player in 2019, Ingram lost his explosiveness in 2020 and eventually lost his job.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Baltimore is releasing veteran RB Mark Ingram on Tuesday, per league sources. The move will save the Ravens $5 million against the 2021 cap and allow Ingram to get an early jump on free agency. Ingram is healthy and believes he has plenty to offer for 2021.

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J&J: Looking back on the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs

Time to give the people what they want… Jalen & Jacoby break down all the angles of this weekend’s NFL playoff action. Plus, James Harden’s Nets debut, Zion Williamson dunks all over the Kings, and is it time for Texans and Deshaun Watson to part ways… all that and more on J&J.

Stephen A. calls out Ryan Clark for picking the Ravens to win (2:29)
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How do Lamar Jackson, Ravens improve in the offseason? (1:23)
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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Ravens have the No. 27 overall pick in the 2021 draft. Top needs: Wide receiver, edge rusher and interior offensive line. This marks the fourth straight draft in which Baltimore is selecting 25th or later in the NFL draft. Last year, the Seattle Seahawks selected linebacker Jordyn Brooks with the No. 27 pick.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' exclusive-rights free agents: C Trystan Colon-Castillo, LB Kristian Welch, WR Antoine Wesley and Khalil Dorsey. If the Ravens offer a one-year contract, the player cannot negotiate with other teams.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' restricted free agents: RB Gus Edwards, LB Chris Board, CB Davontae Harris, P Johnny Townsend. RFAs are free to negotiate and sign with any team, but Ravens can offer them one of various qualifying offers that come with the right of first refusal and/or draft-pick compensation.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' top unrestricted free agents on special teams: DB Anthony Levine, DB Jordan Richards, WR Chris Moore and LS Morgan Cox.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' top unrestricted free agents on defense: LB Matthew Judon, LB Yannick Ngakoue, DE Derek Wolfe, LB Tyus Bowser, LB Pernell McPhee, DE/LB Jihad Ward, CB Tramon Williams and DT Justin Ellis

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' top unrestricted free agents on offense: WR Willie Snead, OT D.J. Fluker, WR Dez Bryant, TE Eric Tomlinson, C Matt Skura and QB Robert Griffin III

Team Stats

Passing Yards171.232nd
Rushing Yards191.91st
Points For29.37th
Points Against18.931st