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The Baltimore Ravens are roughly $10 million under the NFL’s new salary cap of $120.6 million, which begins Tuesday, according to an article by CSNBaltimore.com’s, John Eisenberg. While the Ravens don’t have nearly as much money to play with like their AFC North divisional rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals, who are a league-best $48.5 million under [...]
After losing Cory Redding and Jarret Johnson in free agency on Wednesday, Pro Bowl left guard Ben Grubbs may follow suit, and the Ravens aren’t waiting around for him to make a decision. Grubbs, 27, is currently meeting with the New Orleans Saints and the Ravens moved on as well, bringing in Philadelphia Eagles free-agent [...]
Baltimore’s starting cornerbacks last season were Cary Williams and Lardarius Webb.
Each player developed in to very good players making the Ravens’ secondary a strength of the defense.
The Ravens tendered the restricted free agents contracts Monday, according to multiple reports.
According to Aaron Wilson, Webb was given a first-round tender which has a cap number of $2.742...
According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have made left guard Ben Grubbs a substantial offer to remain in Baltimore, in order to keep him from hitting open market as a free agent.
If Grubbs ends up testing the open market, there will likely be a team that’s willing to outbid the Ravens and possibly snatch him up. Unfortunately the Ravens don’t have a lot o...
You knew it was going to happen... because Ozzie doesn't write a 4-year deal for a 31-year-old outside linebacker... it makes perfect sense for Ozzie to let Jarret Johnson go from a personnel management standpoint... but it is still a shock to see a great Ravens player sign with another team.Welcome back to salary cap reality.....Teams were spoiled over the last few years not...
The Baltimore Ravens have lost another defensive starter to free agency, as linebacker Jarret Johnson agreed to a four-year deal with the San Diego Chargers on Wednesday. The financial terms of the deal have not been announced. Johnson, who will turn 31 before the start of the 2012 season, has played his entire nine-year career [...]
Baltimore is always prepared for free agency and they generally wait for the market to set itself before pursuing free agents from other teams. Now it’s looking like the Ravens will lose two free agents.
Defensive end Cory Redding is reportedly set to meet with the Indianapolis Colts. This makes sense because the Ravens’ former defensive coordinator, Chuck Pagano, is now the...
The second unrestricted free agent of the Baltimore Ravens has left to sign with another team.
According to multiple reports, outside linebacker, and longtime Raven, Jarret Johnson has agreed to a four-year deal with the Chargers.
Johnson is one of the better run-stopping linebackers in the league, but was often replaced on passing downs.
Third-year player Paul Kruger is likely...
I’m sure by now you’ve heard of that 55 year old woman who’s trying to make the Cowboys cheering squad. Lord knows she’s attractive enough and has the body for it. Let’s just see if the team actually gives her a shot.
Speaking of tryouts, looks like teams from all over the NFL are getting their tryouts on. This week we take a look at how things are fairing out...
SAN DIEGO, March 14—There was a time where if you asked anybody in the Ravens locker room who they would take with them into a bar fight the answer would have “Jarret “Double J” Johnson.
The OLB was very much responsible for many of the plays that help that Ravens defense become as mighty as it has been over the past four years.
The Ravens have always valued him and letting...
Hot News for DT Cory Redding
The Indianapolis Colts signed free agent defensive end Cory Redding to a three-year contract Wednesday.The deal is reportedly worth $10.5 million, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.Redding recorded 43 tackles and 4.5 sacks in 15 games for the Baltimore Ravens last season.
There’s no question that the passing game has taken over the typical NFL Offense in the recent past. With all the rules protecting the quarterback and his receivers, it’s easy to see why. As the number of passing plays in a game have went up, naturally the number of running plays has dropped. Although it doesn’t play as big of a part as it used to, the running game is extremely...