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Baltimore RavensThe Ravens' first move this season was very costly, but very necessary as they re-signed their franchise quarterback, Joe Flacco. With a loaded supporting cast, Flacco led the Ravens to their 2nd Super Bowl win.As a result of re-signing him, the Ravens were forced to let go of some key players like Paul Kruger (Browns), Dannell Ellerbe (Dolphins), Anquan Boldin (49ers), Ed Reed (rumored to the Texans), and Cary Williams (Eagles).These losses won't be easy to overcome next season, in a normally close division in most seasons. The Ravens do have Webb at cornerback, but Williams' replacement has yet to be found and the expected loss of Reed will hamper the Ravens' coverage against opposing pass games.The loss of Kruger will be another loss that's hard to overcome. He played a large pert in the Ravens march to their Super Bowl win. Ellerbe is another linebacker loss, but his role wasn't nearly the size of Kruger's. Flacco's re-signing has ...
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The Baltimore Ravens ended up placing a second round tender on restricted free agent tight end Dennis Pitta this offseason.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, multiple teams have inquired about Pitta.
With Pitta getting the second-round tender, the former fourth-round draft pick has been the subject of preliminary inquiries from NFL teams that are interested in him...
Former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Donte’ Stallworth was hospitalized Saturday with serious burns after the hot-air balloon carrying him and two other passengers crashed into power lines, David Ovalle of The Miami Herald reports. The Associated Press reported that Stallworth, 32, and his girlfriend, Soleil Guerrero, 27, were transported to the Trauma Center at Kendall Regional...
The Baltimore Ravens are seemingly hemorrhaging star players at the moment.
The free agency purge does not have general manager Ozzie Newsome pushing the panic button.
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Free agent defensive end Marcus Spears has signed with Baltimore to help the reigning Super Bowl champions' run defense.
The former Dallas Cowboys' first-round pick also believes playing in Baltimore will provide him the chance to get a championship ring of his own.
Released by the Cowboys last week after an eight-year run in Dallas, Spears signed a two-year contract with...
Baltimore Ravens free agent safety Ed Reed visited with the
Houston Texans yesterday. Reed thoroughly enjoyed his stay with the Texans, and
told reporters, including John McClain of The Houston Chronicle, that interest
between he and Houston is mutual.
“It’s mutual,” Reed said about his interest in the Texans.
“Both of us are contenders and want to get a championship,...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison, a key cog in the rivalry with the Baltimore Ravens over the last several years, is interested in crossing enemy lines. From the Ravens’ perspective, the feeling seems to be mutual. “I’ve talked to Ozzie and we’re going to talk again Saturday,” Bill Parise, Harrison’s agent, told Aaron [...]
The Ravens have signed another defensive end. This time it’s Marcus Spears, a former Cowboy first-round pick. According to reports, Spears and the Ravens agreed to terms on a two-year contract.
Spears was released by the Cowboys this offseason after starting six games last season.
Baltimore is focusing on strengthening their defensive front in free agency apparently.
After an offseason of losing players from their Super Bowl roster, the Baltimore Ravens have made a free-agent acquisition that bolsters their defensive line.
A source told FOXSports.com that former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears is signing a two-year contract with Baltimore.
The news was first reported by FOXSports.com.
Spears, 30, played all eight of his NFL seasons...