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MLB News: The Baltimore Ravens have re-signed, LB Josh Bynes, to a one-year deal worth $480,000. Bynes played in 10 games and started three of them during the 2012 season. He could compete for a starting job but is mostly seen as a solid special teams player.
Fantasy Ramifications: If somehow Josh were able to make the starting lineup it’s possible he would be drafted in IDP only leagues. He did rack up 36 tackles last season playing part time for the Ravens.
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Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain was arrested for the third time in his hometown of Decatur, Ala. on Sunday evening. He was previously arrested there in January.
New team, same Rolando McClain.
WHNT-TV Huntsville reports the Ravens linebacker was arrested Sunday night in Decatur, Al. and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
According to the report, the incident occurred at Pines Park, where McClain and several others were ordered to leave. Eyewitnesses say McClain refused and began cursing at the police officers.
It was reported last night that Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain was arrested in Decatur, Alabama for disorderly conduct.
We were able to get some more details on the arrest from Lt. John Crouch, who ended up going on the radio with Ed Norris on 105.7 The Fan in Baltimore.
Crouch indicated that the Police were called to the park because of disturbance reports. When they arrived...
I don’t know if this situation was karma, but it definitely ended bad for all parties involved. Dr. Craig Brigham, the neck surgeon who cleared Georgia All American Jarvis Jones weeks before this years draft, and who was being sued by former NFL player Samari Rolle for a botched surgery, was found dead outside his Charlotte home Monday morning.
The Charlotte Observer is reporting...
1. Inside Linebacker: The Ravens inside linebacker situation is a mess. Lewis retired, Ellerbe signed with Miami, and Jameel McClain is coming off yet another major surgery. So far, the only thing they've done to address the situation is bringing in Rolando McClain. They may be able to turn his career around, but more than likely he'll continue to be a bust. Baltimore needs...
According to WHNT-TV Huntsville, Ravens ILB Rolando McClain was arrested again Sunday evening in his hometown of Decatur, Georgia.
McClain has been charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest following an incident at a local park. An officer reportedly asked McClain and others to leave the park, but allegedly refused to cooperate and started cursing at the officers...
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First up was Venus Williams. Next, was top model Toccara. Then without being asked, in an effort to ensure the hosts...
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain is facing new
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Dear incoming NFL rookie: Worried your $8 million contract might get held up by a balky fax machine?
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The NFL Players Association announced a deal Tuesday with an electronic-signature company that will give players being drafted this week, along with their current NFL brethren, access to technology that makes signing a contract as easy as hitting a few buttons on...