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Baltimore Ravens - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
A top-to-bottom preview of the 2012 Baltimore Ravens season from the CBSSports.com NFL team.
Ravens, Rice a good marriage - Baltimore Sports | Examiner.com
It was great to see the Baltimore Ravens and running back Ray Rice finally agree on a long-term contract just minutes before the deadline for deals with players slapped with the franchise tag.
Joe Flacco, Ravens have '75 percent chance' of deal before camp - NFL.com
The Ravens recently locked up Ray Rice, but their work might not be done. Quarterback Joe Flacco has a '75 percent chance' of landing an extension with the team before training camp, a source tells Daniel Jeremiah.
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Ravens: Caldwell ready to work with Flacco - Carroll County Times: Ravens
OWINGS MILLS — Huddled near the middle of the field with Jim Caldwell this spring, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco nodded and smiled as he interacted with his new quarterbacks coach.
Youngsters such as rookie linebacker Courtney Upshaw could be pushed into significant roles for the Ravens as the team copes with several questions marks heading into 2012.
Theismann picks Ravens for Super Bowl - Carroll County Times: Ravens
OWINGS MILLS — Joe Theismann is convinced that the Baltimore Ravens are primed for a trip to the Super Bowl.
Cedric Benson was emotional as he discussed his NFL future, mentioning a number of teams that have showed interest. Gregg Rosenthal lists which teams might best fit the running back.
The Baltimore Ravens may let Ed Reed test the waters of free agency in 2013.
The Raiders will travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens in 2012 Week 10 action. This will be the seventh matchup between the two teams, who first met in 1996.
Laird, who played 12 years in the NFL out of American International College, especially remembers his great teammate, John Mackey – the inspiration for an advocacy program that does so much for so many NFL retirees.