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Though it didn’t originally look like it, multiple sources are reporting that a deal between Joe Flacco and the Ravens could be close. NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah puts the odds at 75%, while ESPN’s Chris Mortensen said that the Ravens are “optimistic” about getting a deal done with Flacco ahead of Training Camp. Meanwhile, Flacco himself expressed confidence about the situation.
If this is, in fact, the case, one side must have budged as originally the situation was that Flacco wanted top-5 quarterback money and the Ravens wanted no part of giving him that money. More likely, it’s Flacco who changed his stance, because he’s not worth that kind of money. He is, however, worth at least what Matt Cassel, Kevin Kolb, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Alex Smith are making, which is in the 9-10 million dollar per year range.
If he’s still unsigned next offseason, the Ravens will almost definitely franchise tag him, unless he regresses majorly this season. The Ravens have to be hoping to avoid that bec...
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Future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis clearly looks at training camp in a different way than many of his peers that have been in the league as long as he has. In Ray’s words, training camp never gets old or boring. Is anyone surprised by this? Ray Lewis is one of the most fearless, competitive and intense players that...
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After an offseason of “will he, won’t he” in regards of Ed Reed’s desire to play in 2012, Reed has confirmed what many, including teammate Ray Lewis, have believed all along, the Reed will play football this season. 2012 will be Reed’s 11th NFL season, all with the Ravens. Reed, who skipped minicamp, was seen at the Ravens facility this week and is expected to be there...
In an age where veteran NFL players get to training camp and try to see who can set a new stationary bike record, Ray Lewis is a welcome change of pace. I could have said ray of sunshine, but didn't out of fear of being pancaked by him.From The Baltimore Sun:“It can’t get old because I’m fighting for a starting job,” Lewis said Monday evening during an appearance at the...
Despite earlier hints that he might retire or hold out, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed will report to camp on time on Wednesday, coach John Harbaugh said via the team's Twitter account. "Ed Reed will report to training camp tomorrow, according to John Harbaugh. Coach said he had a great talk with the veteran safety," the team tweeted Tuesday. Wednesday is the...
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Every Baltimore Raven fan can finally breathe normally and exhale. Ed Reed has reported to training camp.
The Ravens posted a picture on their Twitter feed of Reed entering their team facility today.
PHOTO: Ed Reed walks in the building to report for training camp:yfrog.com/gzla7byj
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) July 25, 2012
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According to Aaron Wilson of FOX Sports, the Baltimore Ravens have signed linebacker Ricky Brown. Brown has played with the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots in his career.
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