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The Baltimore Ravens made it official, signing rookie kicker Justin Tucker to the roster following a successful tryout
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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 [...]
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 [...]
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Cary Williams was present at Wednesday’s organized team activities, marking the second straight week he attended voluntary workouts, according to Matt Vensel of The Baltimore Sun. Williams, 27, began the offseason as a restricted free agent, but inked his one-year tender earlier in May. According to Vensel, the Ravens have expressed their [...]
If the Baltimore Ravens defense is to maintain its unwavering standard of excellence in 2012, the unit must mesh with a new coordinator and operate without several key components - most notably injured All-Pro linebacker Terrell Suggs.
Dean Pees is the fourth defensive coordinator for the Ravens during John Harbaugh's five-year tenure as head coach. His task is to maintain the...
1. Ray Lewis (1996-present)
This was by far the easiest selection of the list. Lewis was drafted by the Ravens in the first ever Ravens draft of 1996, and is the last remaining player from the Ravens inaugural team. Surprisingly, Lewis was the fifth linebacker selected in the draft at pick number 26. Lewis is a 13-time Pro Bowler, 10-time All-Pro, two-time NFL Defensive Player...
According to Don Banks of SI.com, the Baltimore Ravens are holding out hope that linebacker Terrell Suggs will be healthy enough to come back late in the season and at least serve as a pass rushing specialist.
The Ravens could end up using the new injured reserve rule, by placing Suggs on IR and having him return late in the season. Each NFL team will have the opportunity...