With the big news that the Baltimore Ravens will open the 2013 regular season on the road, here are your daily links to stories by other media sources from around the web.
Ravens Will Open 2013 On The Road
An Ravens and Orioles scheduling conflict will snap the tradition of the Super Bowl champs starting at home.
Baltimore Ravens will open 2013 season on road - NFL.com
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens will have to open the 2013 season on the road after the team and the NFL failed to reach a scheduling compromise with the Baltimore Orioles.
Time for Baltimore Ravens' Terrell Suggs to step up as a leader - ESPN
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has long referred to Ray Lewis as the team's general and Ed Reed as the lieutenant.
Why Brian Urlacher, Ed Reed no longer were needed - NFL.com
The Chicago Bears didn't want to keep Brian Urlacher. The Baltimore Ravens saw Ed Reed as a below-average starter. At least that's what their longtime teams said with their contract offers.
Former Raven Anquan Boldin Likes Direction 49ers Are Headed " CBS Baltimore
Once the shock of being traded from the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens wore off, Anquan Boldin called Colin Kaepernick to get a feel for the 49ers' young quarterback.
Baltimore Ravens looking for free agent bargains - baltimoresun.com
Ravens officials made it clear at this week’s NFL meetings that their primary focus over the next month is not what remains on the free-agent market.
Report: Pollard agrees to deal with Titans | National Football Post
Veteran safety leaves Ravens for Tennessee.
Elvis Dumervil reportedly offered contract by Ravens - NFL.com
Elvis Dumervil reportedly has contract offers from the Baltimore Ravens and his longtime team, the Denver Broncos. Where will the defensive end land?
Late For Work 3/22: Elvis Dumervil Mulls Ravens' 'Strong Bid'
The Ravens want pass rusher Elvis Dumervil.
Bryant McKinnie says Ravens are trying to keep him | ProFootballTalk
Most of the headlines the Ravens have made in the last two weeks have been about losing players who started for them in the Super Bowl. But one free agent who started for Baltimore in the Super Bowl may be coming back in the fold.
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