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Baltimore Ravens cornerback Ladarius Webb will be a restricted free agent once the new league year begins on March 13th and it looks like the Ravens would love to re-sign him.
According to Dan Pompei of the National Football Post, the Ravens are pushing hard to re-sign Webb, since he’s proven that he’s fully recovered from a torn ACL that he suffered in 2010.
People within the Ravens organization believe Webb played at a Pro Bowl caliber level during this past season and they want to make sure he remains in Baltimore.
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Outside linebacker Jarret Johnson figures to be one of the toughest decisions the Baltimore Ravens will have to make when free agency begins this off-season. Johnson, a fourth-round draft pick out of the University of Alabama in 2003, will become an unrestricted free agent in March. There has been some buzzing that the Ravens would [...]
According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice looks like he’ll receive the franchise tag for the 2012 season.
As the Ravens franchise player, Rice will make about $7.7 million in 2012.
“The meeting went fine,” said Rice’s agent Todd France per the Times. “We obviously know the tag is coming, but we will continue to have...
According to Aaron Wilson of The Capital, the Baltimore Ravens and the representatives for quarterback Joe Flacco got off to a good start as they attempt to hammer out a contract extension.
“I think it was very productive,” agent Joe Linta told The Capital. “It’s very clear that Joe is an important part of the Ravens team. We’ll keep working away. I’m optimistic that...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Baltimore Ravens six-time Pro Bowl center Matt Birk intends to continue his NFL career, according to his agent, Joe Linta.
Birk, 35, contemplated retirement, but has now decided to return.
Though the fullback position seems to be vanishing right before our eyes, don't tell that to the running backs benefiting from punishing lead blockers. On some teams, like the Patriots, the position doesn't exist. For the teams that do use fullbacks, many are used in unique ways to fit the nature of each team's offense. Because of this fact, rating the fullbacks was quite...
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Following a lengthy meeting at the NFL scouting combine, representatives for quarterback Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to continue discussions.
Baltimore Ravens star RB Ray Rice braces for franchise tag
Linta says Ravens made it clear that Flacco is their franchise quarterbackJoe Linta , the agent for Joe Flacco , was pleased with the first day of talks with team officials about a potential extension for the quarterback who is entering the final year of his rookie contract.
Veteran center's agent began contract talk with Ravens todayCenter Matt Birk , who was strongly considering retirement following the end of his 14 th season, is interested in returning to the Ravens for the 2012 campaign.
A full week into the window for using the franchise tag, no player has yet to be on the receiving end of a pair of multi-million-dollar handcuffs. Though Ravens running back Ray Rice may not be the first, it’s looking more and more inevitable that, eventually, it’ll happen. “We obviously know the tag is coming,”…
The Ravens have stated that adding another wide receiver to the mix is one of their top offseason priorities.