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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Recent articles by Mark:

Ravens players recovering from injuries attend practice ahead of Broncos game

The Ravens' bounceback includes some player comebacks. → Read More

Second-half rally boosts Ravens over Buccaneers, 27-22, on primetime

It took a second half comeback but the Ravens were up to the task, winning 27-22, at Tampa Bay Thursday night. → Read More

DeSean Jackson joins the Ravens' roster of ever-changing players

The Baltimore Ravens are six games into the season and still, the team's roster of players is ever-changing. → Read More

Ravens team examines its double-digit lead losses, prepares to play the Browns

The Ravens' locker Room was not a pleasant place after the team's loss to the Giants. → Read More

Heading into Bengals game, Ravens hope to fix pass defense, avoid another big day for Burrow

The Ravens don't want to talk about what happened last year in their two games against the Cincinnati Bengals. Two losses, both blowouts. → Read More

Ravens RB Gus Edwards returns to practice for first time since tearing ACL last year

Running back Gus Edwards, who suffered a season-ending torn ACL in 2021, is back at practice. → Read More

'I'm definitely in a very good place mentally': Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley nearing comeback

Stanley has played one game since suffering an ankle injury midway through the 2020 season. This week, the left tackle moved up to full participation in practice. → Read More

Ravens face challenge against Buffalo's offense on Sunday

The Ravens and Buffalo both have MVP-caliber quarterbacks and Super Bowl aspirations. → Read More

Behind Lamar Jackson, the Baltimore Ravens have the top-scoring offense through three games

With dynamic quarterback Lamar Jackson leading the way, the Ravens are the top-scoring team in the NFL through the first three games, averaging 33 points per game. → Read More

Kenyan Drake, late addition to the Ravens RB room, is a quick study

The Ravens are his fourth team in seven seasons. Drake said adapting quickly is a big part of his job in Baltimore. → Read More

Ravens wide receivers start the season on a high note

Although the Ravens typically run the ball, the pass game is what carried them Sunday in the team's 24-9 win over the New York Jets. → Read More

Ravens coach says players learn endurance practicing amid high heat index

Any bump or bruise in Ravens Camp will be scrutinized after all the injuries the team suffered a year ago. → Read More

Trey Mancini is looking at the next four home games as if they're his last as an Oriole

"I do want to treat these next three or four games like it's my last ones here, because it could be," he said. "And that's the reality of it. I want to make sure I don't take that for granted and definitely soak it in." → Read More

Conner Greene Brings Good Vibes And Humor To Orioles Baseball Camp

“Nice and easy” is one way to describe Conner Greene. → Read More

Mark Viviano Breaks Down The Ravens Win Over The Bears

The Baltimore Ravens rallied behind backup quarterback Tyler Huntley as they pull off a win in Chicago against the Bears. → Read More

Mark Viviano Breaks Down What Went Wrong For The Ravens In Miami

The Ravens do not shine in prime time. They cannot save themselves with one of their dramatic comebacks. → Read More

Lamar Jackson Tests Positive For COVID-19, Misses First Day Of Ravens Training Camp

Lamar Jackson tested positive for Covid-19, Coach John Harbaugh confirmed. → Read More

Medina Spirit Permitted To Enter Preakness, Maryland Jockey Club Says

Despite a failed drug test after the Kentucky Derby, Medina Spirit will be able to run the Preakness in Baltimore Saturday. → Read More

‘He’s Very Tough’ | Orioles Hitters Tasked With Solving RHP Nathan Eovaldi On Opening Day

An Opening Day rainout is a bummer, but the Orioles and Red Sox will play Friday. → Read More

Orioles Manager Brandon Hyde Says He Expects His Young Hitters To ‘Come Into Their Own’ This Season – CBS Baltimore

Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said if fans are looking for a bright spot, it's the batting lineup. → Read More