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According to Aaron Wilson of FOX Sports, the Baltimore Ravens have signed linebacker Ricky Brown. Brown has played with the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots in his career.
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What’s up RaiderNation? I am sure you have all heard the news of the Murphy trade to Carolina by now. But was this trade a big mistake on the part of the Raiders? Of course, there is no way to know how all of this will pan out right now. But let’s take a closer [...]
The Oakland Raiders are 4 days away from the start of training camp in beautiful Napa Valley. Yes, it’s that time of year when the coaches and players get together to train and study in preparation for the season. That moment they (and we) have all been waiting for with an amazing amount of anticipation. [...]
In preparation for his 17th NFL season, Ray Lewis decided the best way to cope with his advancing age was to reduce his waistline.
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The Baltimore Ravens lost several of their most trusted and efficient players during the offseason.
Now it's time to find their replacements.
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Despite earlier hints that he might retire or hold out, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed will report to camp on time on Wednesday, coach John Harbaugh said via the team's Twitter account. "Ed Reed will report to training camp tomorrow, according to John Harbaugh. Coach said he had a great talk with the veteran safety," the team tweeted Tuesday. Wednesday is the...
In an age where veteran NFL players get to training camp and try to see who can set a new stationary bike record, Ray Lewis is a welcome change of pace. I could have said ray of sunshine, but didn't out of fear of being pancaked by him.From The Baltimore Sun:“It can’t get old because I’m fighting for a starting job,” Lewis said Monday evening during an appearance at the...
Though it didn’t originally look like it, multiple sources are reporting that a deal between Joe Flacco and the Ravens could be close. NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah puts the odds at 75%, while ESPN’s Chris Mortensen said that the Ravens are “optimistic” about getting a deal done with Flacco ahead of Training Camp. Meanwhile, Flacco himself expressed confidence about the situation...
Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie says that he believes his team has enough talent to get to the playoffs this season.
“I think there are enough players here, honestly, to go the playoffs,” McKenzie told Monte Poole of the Contra Costa Times.
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Raiders assistant offensive line coach Steve Wisniewski resigned Thursday, citing personal reasons. The Raiders won't fill the position this season, the team announced in a news release. Wisniewski, an eight-time Pro Bowler who played 13 seasons in the NFL with the Raiders, was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 1989 and traded to the Raiders. He started the final 175 games...
Discussions on a new deal for Flacco are ongoing between agent Joe Linta and Baltimore vice president of football administration Pat Moriarty, and while there's hope, there's not a deadline for the parties to reach an agreement. "All the conversations have been productive," Linta said Wednesday morning. "We've gone back-and-forth on proposals. And the biggest...
Because the Oakland Raiders play their first preseason game August 13th on Monday Night Football against the Dallas Cowboys, they will be one of the last team to report to training camp on July 29th and begin practicing the 30th. The NFL does not allow teams to begin camp earlier than two weeks before their first preseason game. Therefore in three days the Raiders will begin the...
Every Baltimore Raven fan can finally breathe normally and exhale. Ed Reed has reported to training camp.
The Ravens posted a picture on their Twitter feed of Reed entering their team facility today.
PHOTO: Ed Reed walks in the building to report for training camp:yfrog.com/gzla7byj
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) July 25, 2012
The uniforms are the same familiar silver and black the Oakland Raiders have worn for decades. The roster contains the fastest collection of players in the NFL. And the offense features a quarterback who wants to throw the ball deep.
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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Oakland Raiders has traded Louis Murphy.
Murphy has been acquired by the Carolina Panthers. In return, the Raiders will receive an undisclosed conditional draft pick.
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