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Out of sight but not out of mind, guard/tackle Jah Reid is quietly rehabbing the turf toe he suffered in Week 17 causing him to miss the playoffs--- but an injury which inspired the Bryant McKinnie plug-in at left tackle and the move of Michael Oher to right tackle. WIth rookie Kelechi Osemele then sliding over to left guard, the transformation of the Ravens O-Line was complete. They ran the table from there.
The big question now is--- with Jah Reid expected to be ready to play again, do you mess with the formula at guard and tackle?
But if the Ravens don’t re-sign McKinnie this offseason, Reid could be a leading candidate to regain a starting position somewhere along the line. According to eyewitness Ryan Mink of the Ravens NFL.com website, the 2011 third-round pick is at the Under Armour Performance Center working his way back from that toe injury in hopes of making an impact once again either at left guard, where he left off, or at tackle.
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Baltimore Ravens special teams player Christian Thompson has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2013 season for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
The suspension was announced Monday by the NFL.
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There may have been a reason why John Harbaugh and Ozzie Newsome seemed to have no problem blowing up a Super Bowl-winning team.
The Ravens’ head coach had no problem with star safety Ed Reed leaving town, according to Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun. In fact, Preston writes Harbaugh “wanted Reed back as much as he wants a root canal.”
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There was no citation, and it's a little unclear whether this was being reported as fact or whether this was merely an opinion, but in any case the Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston wrote on Monday that Ravens coach John Harbaugh was happy to see safety Ed Reed leave for Houston.
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From all accounts, the Houston Texans seemingly beat out the Ravens in a bidding war for the services of Ed Reed. But according to Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun, that certainly wasn’t the case.According to Preston, the Ravens out of respect for Reed bid up his price to allow him to make more money, but they had no interest in re-signing him. And the decision to not to re-sign...
The Ravens continue to clean house of veterans. The team has released linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo, according to reports.
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Ayanbadejo is also an outspoken advocate for same sex marriage.
The Ravens’ 2012 fourth-round pick is suspended for the first four games next season, according to reports.
Safety Christian Thompson ended the 2012 season on injured reserve, but would have been looked at to play more this coming season with the departures of Bernard Pollard and Ed Reed.
Thompson was suspended for a violation of the substance abuse policy.