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The Baltimore Ravens, coming off a 2013 Super Bowl title, have holes on both sides of the ball that needs addressing starting with a middle linebacker to replace retired and future Hall Of Famer Ray Lewis.The holes don't stop their on the defensive side after Ed Reed left for the Houston Texans and the team cut Bernard Pollard.The team has a need in the secondary along with a replacement for the traded Anquan Boldin. In the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft the Baltimore Ravens have a few directions they could go based on having 12 picks.The team could elect to trade up earlier in the first round to select a higher-rated player such as a Manti Te'o or Tavon Austin. While they could elect to trade back to the second round to gain another draft pick as well. First Round Selection: ILB Kevin Minter from LSUMinter gives them a player that has a great work ethic and has put up numbers in big games for the Tigers. Other options: Trade up for a wide receiver such as DeAndre Hopkins...
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Baltimore Ravens have reached an agreement with free agent linebacker Rolando McClain on a one-year deal.
#Ravens reach a deal with Rolando McClain, I’m told. It’s 1-year for $700K with playing timeincentives. A second chance.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 10, 2013
Everything is expected to be finalized on Friday after McClain...
The Baltimore Sun reported yesterday that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will portray Baltimore Colts’ great Johnny Unitas in an upcoming film called Unitas We Stand.
“Obviously, the Baltimore ties are very important to me,” said Johnny Unitas’ son Joe, per The Sun. “I think it’s great that Joe just won the Super Bowl with the Ravens and was Most Valuable Player in the...
Rolando McClain now has the opportunity to get the devil out of his life, and the 23-year-old former #8 overall pick gets the chance to succeed with one of the top organizations in football.
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com is reporting that McClain and the Baltimore Ravens have agreed on a one year $700,000 deal.
#Ravens reach a deal with Rolando McClain, I’m told. It’s 1-year for $700K...
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Former Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain spoke recently about his troubled past and offered up a quote about the devil winning.
It was announced on Saturday that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco would portray legendary Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas in the final scenes of the upcoming movie, "Unitas We Stand."
The choice to cast the current Ravens signal-caller was made by Joe Unitas, the elder Unitas' son from his second marriage. But family members from Unitas' first marriage are...
Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo caused a stir last week when he told the media that as many as four current gay NFL players are considering revealing their sexuality to the public together, so as to alleviate the pressure each would face individually.
Those comments were picked up by national media outlets and received a great deal of coverage. However, another...
The Baltimore Ravens are nearing a deal with former Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Former Raiders LB Rolando McClain is nearing deal with Ravens. Two sides scheduled to talk today to see if they iron out unresolved issues.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 10, 2013
Schefter reports that the Ravens are set to meet with McClain...
The Baltimore Ravens need a middle linebacker, and former Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain needs a job. Sounds like a good marriage, and throw in Ozzie Newsome’s Alabama ties, and you have a possible wedding.
Adam Schefter is reporting that the Ravens are nearing a deal to sign the middle linebacker McClain.
Former Raiders LB Rolando McClain is nearing deal with Ravens. Two...
The quarterback position is one of the highest-paid positions in football, as most teams almost solely depend on a superstar quarterback to lead their team to the Super Bowl.Some teams like the Baltimore Ravens are able to wait until after their quarterback wins a Super Bowl before they hand out a big payday. Other teams, however, take a big risk; give a quarterback a big payday...