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Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports that the Ravens have signed former Jaguars LB Daryl Smith to a one-year contract.
Smith, 31 was a regular starter for the Jaguars during his time with the team starting 122 of 133 games he has participated in. However, last season he dealt with a groin injury which kept him out of all but two games last season.
The signing is obviously still a part of now “retired” LB Rolando McClain‘s fall out as the Ravens are still looking to fill the void left by LB Ray Lewis and Dannell Ellerbe. Smith has the possibility of being a serviceable player but age and injury concerns should tapper expectations.
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With the team already scheduled to play a game in London over the next four seasons, the NFL is considering adding a second game to the annual schedule.
According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have signed former Jaguars veteran linebacker Daryl Smith. Ravens have agreed to terms with ILB Daryl Smith, confirmed a source. — Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) June 5, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? The post Ravens sign veteran LB Daryl Smith appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
Well, it looks like the national media is at it again. This time, revisiting the Bucs-to-London topic. After more recent league talks of a team in overseas, CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco asks the question “Why not London Bucs?” in his latest piece after talks of his current home team — the Jacksonville Jaguars — were mentioned in talks as the team that would move to London. He...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley publicly addressed the accusations involving running back Maurice Jones-Drew for the first time Tuesday but shied away from making that a point of emphasis to players in town for organized team activities.
Bradley told reporters he didnt specifically talk about Maurices situation at a meeting before the first of the Jaguars...
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Jason Babin had groin surgery Tuesday and will miss the remainder of the team's offseason program.
Coach Gus Bradley says Babin is expected to be fully healthy in time for training camp.
Bradley says Babin's groin ''just didn't feel right,'' so he went to Philadelphia for a second opinion and opted for surgery. Bradley...
Several former Baltimore Ravens missed the Super Bowl champions trip to the White House to meet with President Obama.
Some like Anquan Boldin, Bernard Pollard, and Cary Williams were busy with their new teams. One retired player missed the ceremony for political reasons.
Matt Birk played center in the NFL for 15 years and is a Harvard graduate. Birk pays attention to the things...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Former NFL center Matt Birk has never been afraid to share his political views, and he made a stand this week by declining a trip to the White House.
Birk, who played 10 years with the Minnesota Vikings and won a Super Bowl this past season with the Baltimore Ravens, skipped the customary White House invitation and meeting with President Barack Obama when the...
According to John Oesher of Jaguars.com, defensive end Jason Babin underwent groin surgery and is expected to be out until training camp.
Groin surgery today. Should be back for training camp.
— John Oehser (@JohnOehser) June 4, 2013
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Former Ravens Center Matt Birk told KFAN that he boycotted yesterday’s White House visit because of a comment that President Barack Obama made in support of abortion.
“I wasn’t there,” Birk told The Power Trip, via ThaCover2.com. “I would say this, I would say that I have great respect for the office of the Presidency but about five or six weeks ago, our president made...
President Barack Obama Wednesday welcomed the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens to the White House, congratulating the team on its unlikely Super Bowl run - and offering some good-natured jibes along the way.
At a South Lawn event, Obama praised the team not only for the goal line stand that sealed its second Super Bowl trophy but its charitable work in blue collar Baltimore...
This is the ultimate payoff for the Ravens--- luncheon at the White House with the President. This is one of the reasons you want to win the darn thing.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars may be playing two "home" games each year in London in the very near future.
Texans are working out former Ravens tight end Billy Bajema today, according to a league source.
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) June 4, 2013
According to Aaron Wilson, the Houston Texans have worked out free agent tight end Billy Bajema. Bajema is 6-4 and 259 lbs. and has played for the San Francisco 49ers (2005-2008), St. Louis Rams (2009-2011) and the Baltimore Ravens (2012...
Here is the NFL network program schedule through next Tuesday: Wednesday, June 5 8:00 PM – Walter Payton: A Football Life 9:00 PM – The Top 100: Players of 2013: #50-41 10:00 PM – Hard Knocks: 2001 Baltimore Ravens – Episode 4 11:00 PM – NFL Total Access Thursday, June 6 6:00 AM – NFL