- Hall of Fame defensive back and former Raven Rod Woodson will be in the booth as the color commentator for Ravens radio broadcasts in 2022, the team announced Monday.
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- Running backs J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards, outside linebacker Tyus Bowser, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, cornerback Marcus Peters and safety Ar’Darius Washington will start training camp on the PUP list.
- Any speculation as to whether quarterback Lamar Jackson will hold out of Ravens training camp until he signs a contract extension was seemingly put to rest Thursday.
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- J.K. Dobbins, who led all NFL running backs in yards per carry as a rookie, missed all of last season after tearing his left ACL in the Ravens’ preseason finale.
- From first-round pick Kyle Hamilton to offensive coordinator Greg Roman to, of course, quarterback Lamar Jackson, here are the 10 most intriguing people in the Ravens organization headed into the 2022 season.
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- Outside linebacker David Ojabo (second round) is the only player in the Ravens’ 11-man draft class who has yet to sign.
- On Saturday night, Arsenal and Everton — two clubs from the English Premier League, one of the top soccer leagues in the world — will meet in Baltimore for a friendly match, kicking off a preseason tour for both teams.
- The match between Arsenal and Everton and its fanfare has created a fun-filled week for the Baltimore region’s soccer fans, particularly for locals loyal to either side.
- Tight end Eric Green never got a chance to finish his NFL career in Baltimore with the Ravens. But his son, Elijah Green could give his father a reason to return to the city he loves if the Orioles take the high schooler from Florida with the No. 1 overall pick in the MLB draft.
- Under Armour founder Kevin Plank and Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti have invested in a fund that has raised $15.8 million to support companies that use technology to break down barriers in areas such as health care, food and education.
- Quick recoveries and good health this preseason would leave the Ravens’ 53-man roster without much room for surprises. Rehab setbacks and new injuries would shake things up again.