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BALTIMORE- The Ravens have just signed restricted free agent cornerback Lardarius Webb to a six-year deal according to the team.
Last season Webb quietly came on as a leader in a Ravens secondary that had been struggling for a couple of years at the corner spot.
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The Baltimore Ravens agreed to terms on Thursday with cornerback Lardarius Webb on a five-year, $50 million contract extension according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. The deal includes a $10 million signing bonus and a $5 million option, and the extension will begin after the 2012 season. Webb, 26, will make $18 million in the [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have reached a five-year extension with cornerback Lardarius Webb. The extension will be worth $50 million along with a $10 million signing bonus, according to ESPN’s NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Webb was drafted by the Ravens in the third round back in 2009. The 26-year-old had played solid last season, having 68 tackles and five interceptions. One of his best...
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Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has been extremely successful in the NFL draft over the past 16 years, mainly because he and his staff are so adept at judging talent.
Another big reason: Newsome rarely plays a pat hand.
Baltimore has the 29th overall pick and seven subsequent selections in the 2012 draft later this month. Before the draft ends, the odds are favorable...
Cornerback Lardarius Webb has agreed to a five-year extension worth $50M to remain with the Baltimore Ravens, according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times.
Webb is coming off an outstanding 2011 campaign and has earned the elite status of shutdown cornerback. He is still just 26, and signing him to a long-term pact was a top priority for the Ravens.
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Joe Flacco raised plenty of eyebrows when he said he believed he was the best quarterback in football. You had to wonder if his teammates and organization agreed. Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome offered his opinion Wednesday.
“Any player, any coach, any GM do not think they aren’t the best at what they do,” Newsome said Wednesday when asked about Flacco’s comments. “For Joe to...
A few days after Joe Flacco claimed he is the best quarterback in the league, a report comes out of Baltimore from a source with knowledge of the situation. He told ProFootballTalk.com on Friday that there has been no progress for a contract extension. It seems that the Ravens have their focus on getting star running back Ray Rice a new deal.
Flacco is sure worth a new deal, though...
The Baltimore Ravens and restricted free agent cornerback Lardarius Webb have agreed to terms on a six-year contract, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports. Financial terms were not disclosed. Webb had been tendered at the "First Round" level and was scheduled to earn $2.972 million in non-guaranteed base salary in 2012. A 2009 third-round pick out Nicholls State, started...
We always knew it was going to be messy after seeing the contract that Adrian Peterson got last year. But when the Ravens made the decision to place the franchise tag on star running back Ray Rice, the possibility of a contract holdout loomed large.
While team officials keep insisting to the local media that they aren’t concerned about the possibility of a holdout...
Quarterback Joe Flacco is not close to reaching a new long-term deal with the Baltimore Ravens.
Flacco, who is entering the final year of his rookie contract, recently stated that he is the best quarterback in the NFL -- and most likely also believes that he should be paid among the elite, like Tom Brady. Baltimore may opt to target a quarterback in Aprils Draft for...
I can almost guarantee that the majority of the people that first read the title either laughed or assumed that this was written by a Ravens homer. The news was broke this morning and some people (myself included) are still laughing.
What is this news? While speaking with Baltimore radio station WNST 1570, Flacco was asked if he agreed with the comments his agent, Joe Linta, made...
Confidence in yourself is essential to being successful at your profession, whatever that profession may be. Confidence in your abilities is probably even more crucial for an NFL quarterback, which might be the most scrutinized position in all of professional sports. Apparently Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco doesn’t lack in this particular area and believes [...]
Aaron Rodgers. Tom Brady. Eli and Peyton Manning. Drew Brees. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and his agent believe he’s right there with the elite class of NFL quarterbacks. Flacco’s agent, Joe Linta, created a stir in February when he said Flacco should be considered a top-five quarterback based on wins and losses. Flacco took it one step further Tuesday, telling...
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