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Cary Williams is staying in Baltimore. The three-year veteran cornerback signed his restricted free agent tender with the Ravens on Monday, and will look to build on a career year in 2011. Williams played in all 16 games for the first time in his career last season, making 78 tackles and forcing a pair of fumbles. He forced two more fumbles in a 20-13 win over the Texans on January 15 in a divisional playoff game. He has 92 tackles and three forced fumbles since joining the team during the 2009 season. Originally a seventh-round draft pick by the Titans out of Washburn in 2008, the 27-year-old Williams has been with the Ravens since November 24, 2009.
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The Baltimore Ravens and veteran safety Bernard Pollard agreed to a three-year contract extension on Tuesday, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. Pollard, 27, was due to become an unrestricted at the end of the 2012 season, but his deal will keep him in the Charm City through the 2015 season. Originally, the Ravens thought [...]
Sometimes it feels like the Baltimore Ravens can do no wrong on draft day. Everything Ozzie Newsome touches turns to gold this time of year. How often does a team trade out of the 1st round and still end up with one of the players they were targeting?
The Ravens would have been happy to make Courtney Upshaw a 1st-rounder, but instead they move back and still snag him in the early...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has backed away from his assertion that he will return from a torn right Achillies tendon in November, but insists he will play in 2012.
Suggs had surgery on May 8. He recently discarded his crutches and now walks in a protective boot.
Appearing at the Ravens' final minicamp session Thursday, Suggs said of his predicted November return...
With very little negotiation going on with draft picks these days, NFL teams are able to agree quickly with their incoming rookies.
Today, according to the Carroll County Times, the Ravens agreed to sign fifth-round pick Asa Jackson.
Jackson, 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds, is a speedy defensive back/returner out of Cal Poly.
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According to Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome, linebacker Terrell Suggs underwent successful surgery on his Achilles tendon on Tuesday.
“Terrell [Suggs] had a successful surgical procedure done on his Achilles tendon this afternoon by Dr. Bob Anderson in Charlotte, [N.C.],” Newsome said. “After some recovery time, ‘Sizzle’ will begin the process of rehabbing...
Former Houston Texans wide receiver and return specialist, Jacoby Jones, met with the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times. Jones, a five-year veteran recently cut by the Texans, has already met with the Carolina Panthers and has several more visits scheduled, according to Wilson. The 6-foot-2, 212-pound Jones [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have signed nose tackle Ryan McBean, adding depth to their defensive line. McBean, 28, had 33 tackles and four sacks in 2011 for the Broncos. He had been a restricted free agent, but the Broncos rescinded the offer on April 16, making him an unrestricted free agent. Originally a fourth-round pick of the Steelers in 2007, McBean played just one game for the...
The busy day continued into the evening for the Ravens.
The team announced that they have signed wide receiver/return specialist Jacoby Jones to a two-year contract. Jones had previously been released by the Houston Texans. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Jones’ deal is worth $7 million.
Strong safety Bernard Pollard, a hard-hitting member of the secondary, was heading into the...
The Baltimore Ravens have reportedly signed Jacoby Jones to a 2 year, $7M deal. Jones flourished in the high powered Texans offense as Arian Foster & Andre Johnson attracted the majority of the attention from opposing defenses. Despite his production, the Texans were rumored to have been shopping Jones for a trade prior to and [...]