ScheduleAll times ET

2015 Schedule
1-4, 4th in AFC North
AP Photo/Nick Wass

Broken wings

After eking out a victory in Week 4 against the Steelers, the Ravens fell at home to the Browns on Sunday to fall to 1-4. How far did they drop in our rankings? NFL Power Rankings

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens also announce signing of CB Shareece Wright (Chargers and 49er) and place CB Will Davis (knee) on injured reserve. Davis was Baltimore's nickelback before tearing ACL.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens cut pass rusher Jason Babin and CB Rashaan Melvin and promote CBs Asa Jackson and Charles James from the practice squad. Baltimore is shaking up the roster a bit after first 1-4 start in Ravens history.

NFL Power Rankings: NFC East demanding respect (1:13)

Can Wright help the Ravens' secondary?

According to an NFL Media report, former 49ers cornerback Shareece Wright will sign with the Ravens. Could the veteran help shore up Baltimore's leaky pass defense? NFL rumors roundup

Jason Schneider for ESPN

From The Mag: How Ray Lewis got his name

Ray Lewis never questioned most things in his life growing up. They just were. But, as he writes in his autobiography, there was one piece he questioned: His name. "Messed up" family tree

Ravens coach: No coaching changes

Baltimore is 1-4 this season, and gave up over 500 yards of offense to the Browns on Sunday, but John Harbaugh won't switch up his staff: "Our coaches are doing a great job. We've just got to collectively find a way to finish games and get the job done. We've got tough challenges that we're facing, but we've got just the men for the job right here."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he is "hopeful" that wide receiver Steve Smith (back) will play Sunday. "You never rule out Steve Smith," Harbaugh said.

Another hit to Ravens' secondary?

Baltimore traded for CB Will Davis a few weeks ago to help shore up the pass defense, but things haven't gone as planned. Could it get even worse now that Davis has injured his knee? NFL rumors roundup

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens running back Justin Forsett doesn't have a high ankle sprain, according to coach John Harbaugh. "It gives him a good chance of playing this week," he said.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said there is "no way" he's going to make changes to his coaching staff after a 1-4 start. "We have the right men for the job," Harbaugh said.

Tommy Gilligan/USA TODAY Sports

Justin Forsett finding his rhythm

The Ravens' top back started the season slowly but has kicked it into gear over the last two weeks. His performance in a losing effort against the Browns deserves praise. Week 5 game balls

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh: "It's not going to be a matter of how we handle this adversity of being 1-4. We'll handle it and we'll compete and we'll fight. We'll put the best football team out there that we can, and we will expect to win the next time we play."

1dBill Barnwell

Grantland: Week 5 Takeaways: Separation Anxiety

The good teams are starting to break away from the bad as we watch Andy Dalton take a leap forward, the wheels come off in Detroit, and the conservative route costing the Titans a win.

Team Stats

Passing Yards241.417th
Rushing Yards118.015th
Points For24.610th
Points Against27.425th

ESPN Fan Shop Powered By

  • Nike Toddler Home Game Jersey Baltimore Ravens Joe Flacco #5Shop

  • Nike Boys' Home Game Jersey Baltimore Ravens Joe Flacco #5Shop