Free agent RT Michael Oher is visiting the Titans.
The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens have yet to begin contract talks with free agent RT Michael Oher.
According to the Baltimore Sun, re-signing free agent RT Michael Oher "isn't a priority" for the Ravens, and he's "probably seen his last days in Baltimore."
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Ravens are "unlikely" to make impending free agent RT Michael Oher among the highest-paid right tackles in the league.
Ravens RT Michael Oher (ankle) is listed as probable for Week 2.
Ravens RT Michael Oher (ankle) is practicing in full Wednesday.
Ravens RT Michael Oher characterized his sprained right ankle as the "worst of his entire football career."
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora confirms RT Michael Oher (ankle) is not expected to miss significant time.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on NFL Insiders Friday that RT Michael Oher escaped Thursday's game with a routine ankle sprain.
Ravens RT Michael Oher was forced from Thursday evening's opener against the Broncos with a sprained right ankle, and is questionable to return.
Michael Oher said he prefers to play right tackle over left tackle.
Ravens RT Michael Oher triggered an escalator in his rookie contract, raising his 2013 salary from $3.085 million to $3.785 million.
The Ravens have held "preliminary" extension talks with LT Michael Oher, who is signed through 2013.
The Ravens are "moving forward" with Michael Oher as their left tackle.