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After a normal, quiet free agency period in Baltimore, the Ravens announced last Friday that they agreed to terms with four unrestricted free agents (two returning), according to general manager/executive vice president Ozzie Newsome via press release.
Two important returning players are linebackers Brendon Ayanbadejo and Jameel McClain—who both re-signed three-year deals. Safety Sean Considine signed a one-year deal and cornerback Corey Graham inked a two-year contract.
“It’s a good day for the Ravens,” said Newsome. “Getting Jameel and Brendon back is very important for us. They both know the standard we have around here, and they have helped set that.”
“With Corey and Sean, we have improved our special teams, plus they give us quality and proven depth for the defense,” he continued. “When we ended the season, (head coach) John (Harbaugh) and I talked about the need to get better players for special teams, especially with kick coverage. Corey and Sean will improve that area for u...
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According to multiple reports, Foxworth was elected the president of the NFL Players’ Association.
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Former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth was elected as the new president of the NFL Players Association, the union announced.
Foxworth replaces Kevin Mawae, who retired following the 2009 season.
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