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Baltimore Ravens speedy wideout Torrey Smith has become known for his blazing speed on the field. We’ve also become used to seeing his signature dreadlocks poking out from under his helmet. Smith recently ditched the dreads for a more clean cut look in an attempt to become more aero-dynamic. How do you like his new look?
Ravens’ Torrey Smith cuts off his dreads. Like his new look? bsun.md/ZKHDRB | twitter.com/baltimoresun/s…
— The Baltimore Sun (@baltimoresun) April 29, 2013
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The Baltimore Ravens are still going through their revamping stage after losing memorable pieces of their team due to free agency. Although, a few noticeable faces still remains on the team, one particular player is looking extremely different. You may need to do a double take upon approaching him next time.
After teasing his followers by tweeting he might cut his dreads, Smith stuck...
The Baltimore Ravens used back-to-back picks on Northeast Ohio natives in last weekend's fourth round of the NFL Draft.
To quote the Ravens -- pun intended -- the defending Super Bowl champions picked guys they believe will fit right in.
The Ravens used the No. 129 pick in the draft on Ohio State defender and Youngstown Cardinal Mooney alum John Simon, then the very next pick...
Former Ole Miss basketball player Murphy Holloway just completed his senior season in the NCAA tournament. Being a 6-6 power forward, Holloway figured that he was a long shot to make the NBA, even though he finished as the school's all time leading rebounder.
Instead of plying his trade overseas, Holloway has signed with the Baltimore Ravens. My guess is that he'll be...
It’s been some time since NFL free agency began, and yet the Baltimore Ravens and offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie have still yet to agree on a new contract.
The 33-year-old mauler is reportedly scheduled to visit the Miami Dolphins Monday. Should he sign with Miami or any other club for that matter, the defending Super Bowl champions would have to make moves to accommodate the...
We’ve already seen Joe Montana’s son receive an invitation
to San Francisco 49ers minicamp. Another son of a former NFL great has been
given a shot to latch on with his father’s former team, as the Minnesota
Vikings have invited Chris Carter’s son – Duron – to a tryout, as have the
Baltimore Ravens, according to Mike Garafolo of USA Today.
Confusion here on the Duron...
The Baltimore Ravens have waived tight end Steve Watson who they signed last January to a reserve contract. The interest in him will be luke-warm at best.
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Baltimore Ravens BETTER: Defending Super Bowl champions usually don't undergo as many roster changes as the 2013 Ravens.
There are still questions at left tackle and wide receiver, but the moves made by general manager Ozzie Newsome give Baltimore a legitimate shot at defending its Lombardi Trophy. The defensive line was upgraded with the additions of Marcus Spears (Dallas)...
As the reigning Super Bowl champ, the Baltimore Ravens waited patiently to make the 32nd selection in the 2013 draft. With their first pick they selected free safety Matt Elam of Florida in an attempt to replace future Hall of Famer Ed Reed who they loss to the Houston Texans back in March. Elam’s hard-hitting, competitive style is obvious, but
They won a Super Bowl, signed their quarterback to a long-term deal and then the bottom fell out. The Baltimore Ravens have been a team of ups and downs this off season.Ray Lewis retired, Ed Reed became a Texan and other defensive stars left for bigger deals. It always happen when it comes to free agency and greed. The Baltimore Ravens dusted themselves off, and faced the NFL Draft...
2013 NFL Draft Grades – AFC North Baltimore Ravens - B- The Ravens went in with a focus on upgrading all the losses to their defense. They were lucky enough to get Elvis Dumervil due to a nonsensical mishap. That shifted a focus in the draft a bit for me. They went out and selected [...]
1. Matt Elam, SS, Florida (Draft Profile)
2. Arthur Brown, ILB, Kansas St. (Draft Profile)
3. Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern St. (Draft Profile)
4. John Simon, DE, Ohio St. (Draft Profile)
5. Rick Wagner, OT, Wisconsin (Draft Profile)
6. Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE, Notre Dame (Draft Profile)
7. Marc Anthony, CB, California (Draft Profile...
In case you are one of the millions of NFL fans who turn off the ESPN or the NFLN channel when the final pick is made in the annual NFL Draft, Ozzie Newsome wants you to remember---
Every team in the NFL will immediately get busy signing worthy talent who were not selected in the main event.
Does the name Arian Foster ring a bell?
As Ryan Mink reports from BaltimoreRavens...
The later round Ravens draft pick story is more about quantity than quality in 2013.
Still, there are some value guys in there...
General Manager Ozzie Newsome thought long and hard about whether there were any areas of the draft that were left unsatisfied when asked by Ravens.com reporter Ryan Mink:
“Maybe [getting] a tight end,” he finally said.
Baltimore Ravens free agent offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie is visiting the Miami Dolphins training facility today, according to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com.
I'm told free agent tackle Bryant McKinnie is visiting Dolphins' facility today. Team obviously needs a tackle. McKinnie now on the radar.
— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) April 29, 2013