The Ravens' 2013 first-round pick would have been the No. 2 strong safety, but the secondary should get by fine unless there are more injuries.
Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam will undergo season-ending surgery after an MRI revealed Monday that he suffered a complete tear of his biceps, a league source said.
Baltimore's Matt Elam has torn biceps
The Ravens have confirmed after testing that the safety suffered a complete tear of his biceps, according to ESPN sources. The injury will require surgery and result in the team placing Elam on season-ending injured reserve. He started 26 games over the last two seasons.
Baltimore at M&T Bank to draw crowd
The Ravens will be at M&T Bank Stadium on Monday night, and 20,000 fans are expected to attend. It's the only time this year they'll hold training camp practice in their home stadium, writes Jamison Hensley. NFL Nation: Training camp storylines
The good news for the Ravens is LB C.J. Mosley, who had surgery on his left wrist, showed no hesitation in the first full-contact practices of camp.
John Harbaugh sees great benefit from taking his team to its regular home and practicing under the lights in front of a sizable crowd.
NFL Nation reporters look ahead to Monday's practices at each team's training camp.
The Baltimore Ravens are playing it safe with outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil, who's been out since Thursday with tendinitis in his Achilles.
Matt Elam, Baltimore's first-round pick in 2013, was injured trying make a tackle during Saturday's practice.
The largest and fiercest competition on the Baltimore Ravens' roster is at wide receiver.
The vocal leadership of Kendrick Lewis has stood out to Baltimore Ravens' coaches in the early sessions of training camp.
Despite his pass-happy reputation, new Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Marc Trestman says that he'll emphasize the running game.
Jimmy Smith graded out as the No. 20 cornerback in the NFL last season by Pro Football Focus, but he allowed just 8.2 yards per catch.
Steve Smith and coach John Harbaugh have talked about reducing the wide receiver's snaps to keep him fresh, but we'll have to see it to believe it.
Jernigan shines in limited work
Timmy Jernigan didn't get a ton of playing time as a rookie, but he sure made the most of it. Considered a better run-stuffer than pass-rusher, he really hounded QBs, which bodes well for his future. Grantland: Sleeper pass-rushers
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb returned for the second day of training camp after passing the team's conditioning test Friday morning.
Ravens outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil was held out of the second practice of training camp on Friday because of tendinitis.
Will Forsett be a fantasy bust?
With little change in Baltimore, and not a lot of tread on Justin Forsett's tires, there isn't much reason to believe Forsett will struggle. For those who still don't believe in Forsett, backup Lorenzo Taliaferro is another option. Running back tiers (Insider)
Ravens coach John Harbaugh says right guard Marshall Yanda will be "a Hall of Famer some day."
In two decades, the Ravens have gone from being a displaced team to a franchise rooted with a strong tradition of success.
Flacco not worth fantasy pick
Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco isn't worth a draft choice, Eric Karabell says. Now, a postseason draft would be a different story. Quarterback tiers (Insider)
Can Forsett match last season’s success?
Justin Forsett led all NFL running backs with 5.3 yards per carry last season. He had more carries last season (235) than he had in the previous four seasons combined (233). Fantasy X factors
Baltimore Ravens CB Lardarius Webb was placed on the non-football injury list until he can pass the team's conditioning test.
First-round pick Breshad Perriman gave the Baltimore Ravens a brief scare in the team's first training camp practice Thursday.
Ravens vs Saints
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