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Domonique Foxworth was released by the Ravens this offseason, but that doesn’t mean he’s out of the game of football permanently.
According to multiple reports, Foxworth was elected the president of the NFL Players’ Association.
Foxworth has been dealing with rehabbing a torn anterior cruciate ligament since tearing it during training camp in 2010.
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Former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth has been elected NFL Players Association president, according to the Sports Journal business. Foxworth, 28, is perfect for this role because he is smart and candid. He’s a strong leader and his presence and role in the negotiations during last year’s lockout is a big reason why the NFL [...]
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.
"One of the most important things I learned from Kevin is about responsibility," Foxworth said. "Players like to say, 'The NFLPA is our organization.&...
The Baltimore Ravens have more ammunition for the draft in April, as they were awarded two compensatory selections Monday at the annual NFL owners meetings. The Ravens received a fourth-round pick (130th overall) and a fifth-round pick (169th overall) in exchange for losing free agents Dawan Landry, Chris Chester and Josh Wilson before the 2011 [...]
The Ravens, after a mostly silent offseason, jumped in to the free agent pool this week.
Baltimore announced they have signed four players to contracts. Those four players are linebackers Brendon Ayanbadejo and Jameel McClain, safety Sean Considine and cornerback Corey Graham.
Ayanbadejo and McClain re-upped with the Ravens for three years each, Graham signed a two-year contract...
The Ravens ended their free-agent signing drought with a bang this weekend...Probably the biggest deal of all was re-signing ILB Jameel McClain, insuring continuity at the inside linebacker position alongside aging veteran Ray Lewis...Jameel McClain, 6-1, 250, in his 5th year out of Syracuse, tested the free agency waters but ultimately was re-signed by the Ravens for three years...
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...
The NFL Players Association became the latest pro sports entity to lend its support to the family of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin on Tuesday. "The NFL Players Association offers its sincere condolences to the family and loved ones of Trayvon Martin. The community of NFL players stands together as ONE TEAM against any form of injustice," read the statement released...
The NFL announced compensatory draft picks for several teams this afternoon. The Ravens are one of the teams getting picks.
According to this tweet from Aaron Wilson, the Ravens received two compensatory picks for the upcoming NFL draft.
Baltimore will get a fourth-round pick (No. 130) and a fifth-round pick (No. 169). The fourth-round pick is the team’s only selection in that...
The Patriots defense took a lot of flak this past season, as the unit struggled to contain offenses week after week. Though the intensity picked up during the playoffs, allowing for a run at the Super Bowl, the regular season did not go well for the Patriots defense. Serving as a barometer for the Patriot's overall performance, free safeties Patrick Chung and Sterling Moore slipped...
Domonique Foxworth has been elected president of the NFL Players Association without opposition.
In 2007, Foxworth was elected by the Broncos as a player representative. In 2008, he became the youngest vice president of the NFLPA Executive Committee.
Elected to serve on the executive committee are Matt Hasselbeck (Tennessee Titans), Matt Light (New England Patriots), Brandon Moore...
The Baltimore Ravens say 'further moves possible'.