Quarterback Trace McSorley has returned to the Ravens one day after being released, as he went unclaimed via waivers and was one of 13 players the Ravens signed to their practice squad Sept. 1.Read more
The Ravens finalized their initial 53-man roster Aug. 31, with cornerback Chris Westry, running back Ty’Son Williams and undrafted rookie safety Ar’Darius Washington earning roster spots. Bo Smolka breaks down the roster.Read more
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said backup quarterback Trace McSorley is dealing with a back injury that will sideline him for “a few weeks,” putting Tyler Huntley in line to be the Ravens’ primary backup quarterback when the season begins Sept. 13.
Bo Smolka shares five takeaways from the Ravens’ epic 47-42 win against the Browns, from Lamar Jackson’s dramatic return to Justin Tucker’s game-winning field goal. “If you wrote a movie about this, people wouldn’t believe it,” head coach John Harbaugh said.Read more
The Ravens finalized their initial 53-man roster Sept. 5, and opting to keep Trace McSorley as the third quarterback was among the noteworthy decisions. Bo Smolka breaks down the roster.Read more
Heading into his second season, Ravens quarterback Trace McSorley says he wants “to contribute to the team’s success in whatever way possible,” but his ultimate goal is to be a starting QB in the NFL.Read more
The question of whether the Ravens will keep three quarterbacks emerges each August, and this year, that question comes with a twist given the speed and versatility of rookie quarterback Trace McSorley.Read more