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With so much news continuing on the exodus of players from the Baltimore Ravens, here's the stories of the day from other media sources around the World Wide Web.
Following a day in which the Baltimore Ravens traded a fan favorite in standout veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers for virtually nothing–but something, they lost two of their youngest emerging players on defense less than two hours into free agency.
Ravens Sign DT Chris Canty | Fanspeak.com's Baltimore Ravens Blog
The Baltimore Ravens sign free agent DT Chris Canty.
ESPN announces Ray Lewis hire | ProFootballTalk
On Tuesday, the Ravens lost multiple key players. On Wednesday, ESPN officially trotted out former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis as an employee, to talk about the players the Ravens have lost.
Baltimore Ravens Not Interested in Danny Amendola
Some reports have linked the Ravens to free agent wide receiver Danny Amendola however, and CBS Sports insider Jason La Canfora is saying that’s just not the case.
Cleveland Browns and others raid cap-strapped Baltimore Ravens | cleveland.com
Ravens -- postseason qualifiers in nine of the last 13 years -- know how to perform the roster cut-and-paste better than almost anyone in the league.
Another Raven departs: Ellerbe to Dolphins for 5 years, $35 million
The Baltimore Ravens said they weren't going to chase contracts just to keep their Super Bowl-winning nucleus intact. They're proving it. BROWNS STEP UP: Cleveland snares Ravens OLB BOLDIN SPEAKS: Thought
Chris Canty agrees to deal with Baltimore Ravens - ESPN
The Baltimore Ravens took a step at improving their defensive line, agreeing to a three-year deal with Chris Canty.
Browns agree to deal with Kruger | National Football Post
Former Raven gets a five-year deal.
Dolphins strike again, land Dannell Ellerbe | National Football Post
With Mike Wallace in the bag, Miami looks to upgrade the defensive side of the rock.
The best of the rest | National Football Post
The NFP's top-25 players still available at the conclusion of the first day of free agency.