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Ravens offensive tackle Ramon Harewood was fined $8,000 by the NFL for an illegal block against the St. Louis Rams, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.
Harewood delivered a diving block to the right leg of St. Louis Rams first-round defensive tackle Michael Brockers as the former LSU star was running away from the Ravens' lineman in pursuit of the football. Brockers suffered a high right ankle sprain on the play that may sideline him for the first few games.
Harewood wasn't penalized for an illegal block, but has now been punished by the league office after a review of the play.
A 6-foot-6, 334-pound former sixth-rond draft pick from Morehouse entering his third NFL season. Source: Baltimore Sun
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Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie has restructured his contract to remain with the team.
During intense negotiations Tuesday, McKinnie walked away from the table and posted on Twitter that his time with the Ravens was over.
His tweet shortly before noon read: ''Decision is made! I'm gone!''
But the sides reconvened later, and the 6-foot-8, 360...
Ravens offensive tackle Jah Reid remains sidelined due to a slow-to-heal strained right calf initially suffered in June when he was carted off the field.
Since that minicamp practice, Reid has aggravated the leg injury twice.
Although he wasn't placed on injured reserve, Reid still isn't able to practice.
"Yeah, it's definitely getting better," Reid said...
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Art Modell, previous owner of of the Baltimore Ravens comes onto the field for halftime celebrations of the ten year Super Bowl anniversary team during the game against the Buffalo Bills at M&T Bank Stadium on October 24, 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Bills lead the Ravens at the half 24-20.
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The Baltimore Ravens officially named Jacoby Jones as their top punt and kickoff returner for the start of the season.
On paper, it's a good move because the Ravens haven't had a full-time return specialist for years. The job was shared among several players including starting safety Ed Reed and starting cornerback Lardarius Webb.
With Jones back there, the Ravens aren...
According to Tim Twentyman, the Detroit Lions have ruled out defensive tackle Michael Brockers for this week’s game against the Lions.
DT Michael Brockers (ankle), DT Matthew Conrath (knee) and DT Darell Scott (knee) are all out for Rams on Sunday vs. Lions
— Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) September 7, 2012
Brockers suffered a high ankle sprain in last week’s preseason game. ...
Former Browns and Ravens owner Art Modell passed away early Thursday morning due to natural causes at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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The Ravens and the family of Art Modell will stage a silent tribute to team's former majority owner Saturday by placing his casket on the team's home field.
Modell brought the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore in 1996 and remained the majority owner through 2003. Upon arriving in Baltimore, he instantly became beloved by the city and showed his appreciation by donating millions...
The Baltimore Ravens and left tackle Bryant McKinnie have agreed to a restructured contract only hours after the veteran offensive lineman said talks had fallen apart and the team was planning to release him, a source in McKinnie's camp told NFL.com and NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport on Tuesday.
When asked via text message if he was staying in Baltimore, McKinnie told NFL...
All these years I have been lobbying for Art Modell to be elected to the NFL Hall of Fame before it's too late for him to experience the honor he deserved...It is now too late. Modell died of "natural causes" at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on September 6 at the age of 87."Sadly, I can confirm that my father died peacefully of natural causes at four this...
When the topic of best wide receiver in the NFL comes up, it’s not much of a talking point this year. 9 times out of 10, whoever you ask will tell you Calvin Johnson is far and away the best and most dangerous receiver in the league. And usually you would think that one person out of 10 would argue that Larry Fitzgerald takes the top spot. Well, it looks like at least one person...
As one of the NFL's most consistent franchises, the Baltimore Ravens are hoping quarterback Joe Flacco and running back Ray Rice can help them make a long-awaited return to the Super Bowl.
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Defensive tackles Michael Brockers (ankle), Matt Conrath (knee) and Darell Scott (knee) missed practice Thursday, as the Rams prepared for the season opener Sunday against the Lions in Detroit.
Brockers suffered a high ankle sprain in the final preseason game on a block by the Ravens' Ramon Harewood. He was still wearing a boot Thursday, though coach Jeff Fisher said, "...
The 2012-2013 regular season is underway! Now it's time for a quick Rams preseason wrap up.The preseason was a mixed bag for the St. Louis Rams, who went 2-2. The Rams have been busy rebuilding their roster under new coach Jeff Fisher and GM Les Snead, so they do have some work to do.The Rams started the preseason with a big loss against the Colts, but ended it with a win against...