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Baltimore Ravens Terrence Cody is leaner and making progress
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Ravens nose tackle Terrence Cody's weight is a constant concern because he's ballooned to 400 pounds before. Cody trimmed down to 335 last year, but in hindsight doesn't believe it was the best decision. "Losing that weight last year kind of made me a little weak because I lost it a little too fast," Cody said. "But working out with [strength coach] Bob...
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, according to TMZ. Lewis, 32, claimed assets of about $14.5 million and debts of $10.5 million, according to cited papers by TMZ. In his court papers filed in Atlanta, the report cited that Lewis has five homes, a lot of expensive [...]
At 31, Anquan Boldin is the elder statesman in the Baltimore Ravens receiving corps. Some of his fellow receivers were in middle school when he was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 2003. The majority of the receiving corps- Torrey Smith, Tandon Doss, David Reed, Laquan Williams and rookie Tommy Streeter- don’t have as much [...]
The Baltimore Ravens made it official Tuesday, signing rookie kicker Justin Tucker to the roster, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times. Tucker will compete with veteran Billy Cundiff for the job during training camp and the preseason. At this point, Cundiff is the odds-on favorite to retain his job he has held [...]
BALTIMORE- The Ravens have a lot of faith in their secondary and they should. However, one of their safeties Bernard Pollack is so excited about the upcoming season that he can’t stop talking about it.
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The Ravens officially signed undrafted rookie Justin Tucker (Texas) on Tuesday, the team announced. Tucker was invited for a tryout during rookie minicamp but did not sign. Now that he's a part of the team, Tucker will compete for a spot with veteran K Billy Cundiff, at least for the summer. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails