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Baltimore officials are following through on their first instinct not to dock the pay of linebacker Terrell Suggs, who is due a salary of $4.9 million and roster bonus of $4.6 million for 2012. That number could've been greatly reduced because Suggs suffered a "non-football injury" playing basketball. The collective bargaining agreement states players are not "entitled to any compensation under his contract while on" the non-football injury list. Suggs is out until October with a torn Achilles but the Baltimore Sun reported the team has no such plans. Owner Steve Bisciotti initially scoffed at the notion the team would withhold pay from Suggs despite reports that he was hurt not practicing a football conditioning test but playing a pickup basketball game. The Philadelphia Eagles, however, are considering adjusting the salary of left tackle Jason Peters. The Pro Bowler tore his Achilles at home. There were discussions about the injury and salary, sour...
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The Baltimore Ravens aren't going to take away or reduce All-Pro outside linebacker Terrell Suggs' $4.9 million salary in the wake of his non-football injury, according to Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti
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The Ravens will continue to let Quarterback Joe Flacco play second fiddle to RB Ray Rice as Baltimore tries to give both long-term deals. As the team has made working out a contract for Rice the priority, it looks more than likely that Flacco will play out the final year of his rookie contract according to the Baltimore Sun. There is still a chance Flacco can get his long-term deal...
As Under Armour Corp. just scored the naming rights for the Ravens' training facility in Owings Mills, voluntary OTA's ended with the news that old veteran guard Bobbie Williams had just been signed for insurance and/or as a training camp mentor. I find it difficult to believe that Williams is really being considered as a plausible candidate for left guard. At age 35, he...
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a two-year contract with former Cincinnati Bengals starting offensive guard Bobbie Williams.
Williams fractured his right ankle against the Houston Texans last season and ended the year on injured reserve.
The 35-year-old Williams could step in as a potential replacement for Pro Bowl offensive guard Ben Grubbs, who signed a $36 million deal with...
The Ravens have found a left guard, sort of.
In a press release, the team announced they have agreed in principle guard Bobbie Williams to a two-year contract. Terms were not disclosed.
Williams had been with the Cincinnati Bengals since 2004 and was originally drafted by the Eagles in 2000.
Presumably Williams will battle with Jah Reid and Kelechi Osemele for the left guard spot...
I was listening to NFL Total Access on the radio last night and caught a snippet on the supposed death of the running back.
For starters, yes, the league has shifted to pass first in many instances – this has been a part of the rhetoric for the last few years but it has been backed [...]
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First it was Willie Anderson, then TJ Houshmandzadeh. Now another beloved Cincinnati Bengal has signed with the enemy, the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens announced they had agreed in principle to a two-year deal with G Bobbie Williams.
Williams spent his last eight NFL seasons with the Bengals after being signed as a free agent in 2004. Williams was a mainstay at guard on...