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The Return of the Flock?

The Ravens Flock is ready to start the 2023 NFL season with high hopes and expectations. After finishing 10-7 last year and making it to the playoffs as a wild card team, the Ravens have made some significant moves in the offseason to improve their roster and their chances of contending for the AFC North title.

One of the biggest additions for the Ravens was signing star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to a one-year deal in April. Beckham, who was released by the Los Angeles Rams after an injury-plagued 2022 season, is looking to revive his career and prove his worth in Baltimore. The Ravens also hired former Georgia assistant Todd Monken as their new offensive coordinator, hoping to unleash the full potential of quarterback Lamar Jackson and the passing game.

They also bolstered their defense by trading for linebacker Roquan Smith from the Chicago Bears in October. Smith, who was a Pro Bowler and an All-Pro in 2022, is one of the best linebackers in the league and will form a formidable duo with Patrick Queen in the middle of the Ravens’ defense. The Ravens also signed cornerback Rock Ya-Sin from the Las Vegas Raiders and edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney from the Cleveland Browns, adding depth and talent to their defensive front and secondary.

However, the Ravens also had some losses in the offseason that could hurt their chances of success. They traded safety Chuck Clark to the New York Jets for a third-round pick, leaving a hole in their secondary. They also released veteran defensive end Calais Campbell, who signed with the Atlanta Falcons and lost outside linebacker Justin Houston to free agency. They have also suffered some injuries during training camp and preseason, such as running back J.K. Dobbins, who will miss the rest of the season after tearing his Achilles tendon.

The Ravens have high hopes for the 2023 season, with a revamped offense and a solid defense. They will face tough challenges from their division rivals and other contenders, but they have the talent and the coaching of John Harbaugh to make a deep playoff run. Don’t be surprised if they fly all the way to the top of the AFC North, or who knows, the Super Bowl.

How did the Baltimore Ravens perform in the 2022 NFL Season?

The Ravens had a solid season in 2022, finishing with a 10-7 record and second place in the AFC North division, with impressive wins against the Cincinatti Bengals 19-17 in Week 5, the New Orleans Saints 27-13 in Week 9, and the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-14 in Week 14.

They were led for most of the season by their dynamic quarterback Lamar Jackson who, despite getting injured on Week 13 and never returning to the field for the rest of the season, had another remarkable year with 2,242 passing yards, 17 touchdowns, and 7 interceptions. He also rushed for 764 yards and three touchdowns. The offense then struggled with Tyler Huntley as the backup quarterback and failed to score more than 17 points in any of his starts, despite him being named to the Pro Bowl as an injury replacement.

They were also hit hard by other injuries, like running backs Gus Edwards and their wide receivers Rashod Bateman and Devin Duvernay who were gone for the rest of the season after Week 8 and Week 15, respectively. 

Their defense was one of the best in the league, ranking third in points allowed (18.5) per game and ninth in yards allowed (324.3) per game. They had a dominant pass rush, recording 48 sacks, the sixth-most in the league. The Ravens’ leading sacker was linebacker Justin Houston, who had 9.5 sacks. The Ravens also had a talented secondary, featuring cornerbacks Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Williams, who combined for seven interceptions.

Their offense was balanced and efficient, ranking 16th in total yards (5,760) and 19th in points (20.6) per game. They had a strong running game, averaging 160.0 rushing yards per game, second only to the Chicago Bears. However, their passing game was not as prolific as their running game. They averaged 178.8 passing yards per game, ranking 28th in the league, as well as ranking 25th in yards per attempt (6.6). The Ravens’ top receiver was tight end Mark Andrews, who had 73 catches for 847 yards and five touchdowns.

Who did the Baltimore Ravens acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?Their picks for this 2023 season were:

  • Round 1, Pick 22: Zay Flowers, WR, Boston College
  • Round 3, Pick 86: Trenton Simpson, LB, Clemson
  • Round 4, Pick 124: Tavius Robinson, DE, Ole Miss
  • Round 5, Pick 157: Kyu Blu Kelly, CB, Stanford (Waived, currently playing for the Seattle Seahawks)
  • Round 6, Pick 199: Malaesala Aumavae–Laulu, OT, Oregon
  • Round 7, Pick 229 (From Cleveland): Andrew Vorhees, G, USC (Reserve list)

Who else did the Ravens sign for the 2023 Season?The offseason brought the following players to the Ravens roster:

  • Nelson Agholor, WR, New England Patriots (Free Agent)
  • Odell Beckham Jr., WR (Free Agent)
  • Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Las Vegas Raiders (Free Agent)
  • Josh Johnson, QB, San Francisco 49ers (Free Agent)
  • Arthur Maulet, CB, Pittsburgh Steelers (Free Agent)
  • Tyler Ott, LS, Seattle Seahawks (Free Agent)
  • Ronald Darby, CB, Denver Broncos (Free Agent)
  • Jadeveon Clowney, OLB, Cleveland Browns (Free Agent)

They also signed other players who didn’t make the 53-Man cut but were put either on reserve list or practice squad:

  • Sam Mustipher, C, Chicago Bears (Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Laquon Treadwell, WR, Seattle Seahawks (Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Melvin Gordon, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Malik Hamm, OLB, Lafayette (Undrafted Free Agent, reserve list)
  • Keaton Mitchell, RB, East Carolina (Undrafted Free Agent, reserve list)
  • Tykeem Doss, OT, Southern Miss (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Jeremy Lucien, CB, Vanderbilt (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Tashawn Manning, G, Kentucky (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Sean Ryan, WR, Rutgers (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Travis Vokolek, TE, Nebraska (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Owen Wright, RB, Monmouth (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Melvin Gordon, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Malik Hamm, OLB, Lafayette (Undrafted Free Agent, reserve list)
  • Keaton Mitchell, RB, East Carolina (Undrafted Free Agent, reserve list)
  • Tykeem Doss, OT, Southern Miss (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Jeremy Lucien, CB, Vanderbilt (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Tashawn Manning, G, Kentucky (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Sean Ryan, WR, Rutgers (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Travis Vokolek, TE, Nebraska (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)
  • Owen Wright, RB, Monmouth (Undrafted Free Agent, Practice squad)

Week 18 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers: This is the final game of the regular season and it could decide the AFC North title. The Ravens and the Steelers have one of the most intense rivalries in the NFL, and they always play hard-fought games. Last season, both teams got a win in their home games and the series between them ended on a 33-25 advantage for the Steelers. The Ravens will try to shorten the distance and clinch the AFC North.

FAQs about Baltimore Ravens 2023 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the Baltimore Ravens established and joined the NFL?

The team was established in 1996 by then-Cleveland Browns owner, Art Modell. He initially revealed plans to relocate the franchise from Cleveland to Baltimore, but after negotiations between the league and the city of Cleveland, Modell was obliged to leave behind the Browns' historical legacy, team colors, and records in Cleveland, and these assets would be suspended for three years. In return, Modell was granted permission to relocate his own personnel and team to Baltimore, where they would form an expansion team.

Who owns the Baltimore Ravens?

The Baltimore Ravens are owned by Steve Bisciotti, an American business executive and the founder of the Allegis Group, a staffing and recruiting company. Bisciotti bought 49% of the Ravens in 2000 from Art Modell, the previous owner who relocated from Cleveland to Baltimore in 1996. Bisciotti then purchased the remaining 51% in 2004, becoming the majority owner of the team. Bisciotti is one of the richest NFL owners, with a net worth of $7.2 billion as of 2023.

Who is the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens?

John Harbaugh is currently the head coach of the Ravens, a role he has held since the 2008 season. He stands as the most successful head coach in the team's history, having guided them to victory in one Super Bowl championship, making three appearances in the AFC Championship, and securing 10 playoff berths. Furthermore, he earned the title of the NFL Coach of the Year in 2019 and holds the distinction of being the sole head coach in NFL history to clinch a playoff win in each of his initial five seasons.

What are some of the other personnel and assistant coaches?

  • Anthony Weaver, associate head coach / defensive line

  • Todd Monken, offensive coordinator

  • Mike Macdonald, defensive coordinator

  • Chris Horton, special teams coordinator

  • Eric DeCosta, general manager

How many championships have the Baltimore Ravens won?

They have won two championships in their history, both of them being Super Bowl titles. They won their first Super Bowl in 2001 when they defeated the New York Giants by a score of 34-7 in Super Bowl XXXV. They won their second Super Bowl in 2013 when they edged out the San Francisco 49ers by a score of 34-31 in Super Bowl XLVII. The Ravens are one of the few teams that have never lost a Super Bowl appearance, along with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints.

How many divisional championships have the Baltimore Ravens won?

The team has had a remarkable divisional history since they were established in 1996, having won six AFC North titles (2003, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2018, 2019) and making the playoffs 14 times in less than 30 years.

What is the Baltimore Ravens best overall season record?

The team’s best overall season record was in 2019, when they had a 14-2 win-loss record and won the AFC North division title. However, they lost in the divisional round of the playoffs to the Tennessee Titans by a score of 12-28.

What is the Baltimore Ravens overall franchise record?

The team’s overall franchise record is 244 wins, 190 losses, and 1 tie in the regular season, and 16 wins and 12 losses in the playoffs. They have the third-highest regular season winning percentage (.561) and the fourth-highest playoff winning percentage (.571) among active franchises.

Who have been some of the most famous players in Baltimore Ravens history?

  • Ray Lewis, a linebacker who dedicated 17 years to the Ravens and emerged as the iconic face of the franchise. He secured two Super Bowl victories, earned two Defensive Player of the Year accolades, and received invitations to 13 Pro Bowls. His name resonates as one of the all-time greats in defensive football, ultimately gaining induction into the Hall of Fame in 2018.

  • Ed Reed, a safety who graced the Ravens with his presence for 11 years and served as a dominant playmaker in the secondary. He clinched a Super Bowl triumph, claimed one Defensive Player of the Year title, and boasted nine Pro Bowl selections. Reed holds the NFL record for the most career interception return yards and pick-sixes. In 2019, he was honored with induction into the Hall of Fame.

  • Jonathan Ogden, an offensive tackle who anchored the Ravens' offensive line for 12 seasons and became an indispensable cornerstone. His tenure yielded a Super Bowl victory, 11 Pro Bowl nominations, and recognition on the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team. Ogden made history as the Ravens' inaugural draft pick and was the first Raven enshrined in the Hall of Fame in 2013.

  • Terrell Suggs, an outside linebacker who fiercely patrolled the field for the Ravens for 16 seasons. He was renowned for his relentless pass-rushing skills and leadership. Suggs captured two Super Bowl rings, a Defensive Player of the Year award, and seven Pro Bowl invitations. He remains the Ravens' all-time leader in sacks, forced fumbles, and tackles for a loss.

  • Joe Flacco, a quarterback who orchestrated the Ravens' offense for 11 seasons and steered them to a second Super Bowl championship in 2012. He earned Super Bowl MVP honors, throwing 11 touchdowns with zero interceptions during that memorable postseason run. Flacco is the Ravens' all-time leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns, and victories.

Have the Baltimore Ravens retired any jersey numbers?

No, the team has not retired any jersey numbers and they are one of the few teams in the NFL that do not have a tradition of doing so.

Where do the Baltimore Ravens play?

They play at M&T Bank Stadium, a multi-purpose football stadium located in Baltimore, Maryland. The stadium is adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the home of the Baltimore Orioles. The stadium opened in 1998 and it has a capacity of 71,008. It features 128 suites and 8,196 club seats, stunning high-definition video screens, a new high-density WiFi network, and state-of-the-art concourse designs. Prior to M&T Bank Stadium, the team played at Memorial Park for two seasons, in 1996 and 1997.

Who are the Baltimore Ravens biggest rivals?

The team has multiple NFL rivals, yet their most significant and fiercely contested rivalry is with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both the Ravens and Steelers belong to the AFC North division, guaranteeing a minimum of two face-offs a season. This rivalry stands out for its intense physicality and hard-hitting style, attributed to the robust defensive lineups of both teams. The Steelers currently hold the upper hand in the overall series with a 33–25 record, winning three out of four playoff encounters against the Ravens. Beyond the Steelers, the Ravens have also cultivated rivalries with the New England Patriots and the Tennessee Titans. The Ravens and Patriots have crossed paths numerous times in the playoffs, with a tied record 2-2. This rivalry is distinguished by the contrast between the Patriots' high-octane offense and the Ravens' formidable defense. Meanwhile, the feud between the Ravens and the Titans has deep roots dating back to their days in the AFC Central division. These two teams have collided in the playoffs five times, with the Ravens prevailing three times, including a remarkable upset in 2021.

What is the Baltimore Ravens mascot?

Poe, a raven in costume, is the team’s official mascot. He is named after Edgar Allan Poe, a famous writer who lived in Baltimore and whose poem also inspired the name of the team. Poe first appeared in 1998 with his two brothers, Edgar and Allan, but they retired after the 2008 season and left Poe as the only mascot. Poe is loyal to Charm City and Maryland, enjoys reading and solving puzzles, and has a funny personality. He also likes to party with fans, take selfies with them, and support the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Poe is very well-liked and adored by the Ravens Flock. The Ravens also have two live ravens Rise & Conquer who live in the Maryland Zoo and come out to the games to cheer the Ravens on

What are the Baltimore Ravens colors?

The colors of the Baltimore Ravens are purple, black, gold and white. Each color has a different origin and meaning, as described below:

  • Purple: Purple is an uncommon color in nature and is often linked to royalty, dignity, influence, and mystery. The Ravens selected purple as their main color to show their distinct identity and differentiate themselves from other teams.

  • Black: Black is a color of power, respect, elegance, and sophistication. The Ravens pair black with their purple jerseys and helmets as a secondary color. Black also symbolizes the raven, a dark and smart bird that gave the team its name and logo. The raven is based on the poem “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe, who spent his last years and died in Baltimore.

  • Gold: Gold is a color of riches, achievement, excellence, and prestige. The Ravens add gold as a highlight color to their numbers, logos, and stripes.

  • White: White is a color of purity, simplicity, clarity, and harmony. The Ravens contrast white with their dark colors.

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How much are Baltimore Ravens tickets?

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When do Baltimore Ravens tickets go on sale?

Typically, Baltimore Ravens will announce the schedule 3-6 months before the first game, and tickets go on sale within a few weeks of the schedule announcement.

Are Baltimore Ravens tickets sold out?

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Are Baltimore Ravens tickets on sale?

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When is the next Baltimore Ravens event?

The next Baltimore Ravens event is on December 10, 2023 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD. Event Tickets Center has 4,486 tickets available for this event.

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M&T Bank Stadium Dec 10, 2023 From $86 4,486
EverBank Stadium Dec 17, 2023 From $126 3,287
Levi's Stadium Dec 25, 2023 From $207 3,280
M&T Bank Stadium Dec 31, 2023 From $119 4,108
M&T Bank Stadium Jan 7, 2024 From $131 5,352
M&T Bank Stadium Jan 14, 2024 From $239 402
M&T Bank Stadium Jan 21, 2024 From $393 34
M&T Bank Stadium Jan 28, 2024 From $594 36