Here are a bunch of links to news on the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL in general from the last few days that is being posted all around the World Wide Web:
Ravens win in Atlanta; The Good, The Bad, The Ugly | Baltimore Sports and Life
The Baltimore Ravens started their 2012 Pre-Season with a 31-17 victory in Atlanta over the Falcons.
Five questions from Ravens camp - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
Another season without a Super Bowl has left the Ravens wanting more. But Pat Kirwan questions whether a defense without Terrell Suggs and several free-agent defections can lead Baltimore to reach its goal.
NFL - Joe Flacco is ready to take the Baltimore Ravens to the next level - ESPN
This is a huge season for the Baltimore Ravens' quarterback -- a contract year, with his rookie deal set to expire after the season -- and yet there is a calm and ease to Flacco that hasn't always been there.
(More links on the Ravens and the NFL after the 'Jump')
Jason Butt Talks Ravens With Glenn Younes " CBS Baltimore
Yesterday, Jason Butt of CBS Sports.com, called into The Glenn Younes show to talk about the Baltimore Ravens. The Raven held an open practice at M & T Bank Stadium on Saturday, and Butt said it was beneficial to both the players and the fans.
Ravens ready to play 'Moneyball' - AFC North Blog - ESPN
Sandy Weil was hired by the Ravens to be their Director of Football Analytics. His in-depth statistical research will range from examining certain in-game situations to breaking down data related to the NFL draft.
Bryant McKinnie took out a $4.5 million loan during the 2011 NFL lockout and now must make payments on the debt through wage garnishment.
John Harbaugh knows Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco has the right stuff, despite the fact that Flacco doesn't often come up in elite quarterback discussions.
Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Sergio Kindle could use a special helmet to help compensate for the loss of hearing in his left ear.
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The NFLPA has not yet signed off an a rule change that would allow teams to bring back one player from Injured Reserve at the halfway point of the season.
The NFL notified teams Thursday that it has not yet received NFL Players Association approval on rule changes involving the injured reserve list and the trade deadline, according to a source.