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The Ravens are not interested in winning the free agency Super Bowl. However, they will sign free agents on the open market to what Newsome calls “the right player at the right price.” You will rarely see the Ravens pay an Albert Haynesworth a $100M contract for example. They will sign a key addition like Vonta Leach in 2011.Newsome makes his money on draft day, where they draft the best player on their board more so than drafting for need. Newsome has a knack for drafting late-round talent who grow into starters for the Ravens:Lardarius Webb (third round in 2009)Marshal Yanda (third round in 2007)Adalius Thomas (sixth round in 2000)Jarret Johnson (fourth round in 2003) The Ravens, along with the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers, are among the best NFL teams during the Draft under the leadership of team president Ozzie Newsome. The Baltimoreans call the phenomenon “In Ozzie We Trust.”Since relocating from Cleveland in 1996, the Ravens have won two Super Bowls, and have f...
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Ravens defensive end Arthur Jones found himself in a scary situation Monday, when another driver knocked his car off the road and into a ditch, NFL.com reported.
Jones walked away unscathed, and he's understandably appreciative.
"I'm happy, I'm healthy, and I'm blessed," Jones said through his agent, Joe Panos, who added his client is "doing great...
We've stated here before that if big left tackle and free agent Bryant McKinnie decides to re-sign with the Ravens for 2013, the team would be immediately stronger and in a greater position going into the Draft.
There's only one hitch.
McKinnie, or "Moby Grape" as we call him, wants to be assured he is the team's starting left tackle from the get-go...
Joe Flacco made his critics look like fools last season. During a radio interview in April 2012, the Baltimore Ravens quarterback said he thought he was the best quarterback in the NFL. After being mocked for making such a statement, Flacco went ahead and led the Ravens to a Super Bowl victory.
Former NFL defensive back Solomon Wilcots said he thinks Dallas Cowboys quarterback...