Ravens News Around The Web

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The Ravens are featured prominently in the news today so check out these stories from other media sources around the web.

Baltimore Ravens defensive end Elvis Dumervil: 'No ill will' toward Denver Broncos - NFL Videos

Baltimore Ravens defensive end Elvis Dumervil discusses his departure from the Denver Broncos and his excitement in joining the defending Super Bowl champions.

Elvis Dumervil: I now have a brick wall on my shoulder - NFL.com
Elvis Dumervil said at his introductory news conference with the Baltimore Ravens he has no ill-will for the Denver Broncos. He added the chip on his shoulder is now more like a brick wall.

Jacoby Jones' mom shares Super Bowl stories - NFL Videos
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones and his mother, Emily, stop by "NFL AM" to talk about the story behind her first tattoo and what he said about the Super Bowl MVP just moments after the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII.

Sports Radio Interviews " Ed Reed On Leaving Baltimore: "It’s the Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Went Through in My Life"
Ed Reed joined 105.7 the Fan in Baltimore with Glenn Younes to talk about where his thoughts are right now.

Sports Radio Interviews " Bernard Pollard: "The Rules are Gonna Really Get Somebody Hurt"
Bernard Pollard discusses his departure from Baltimore in light of reports that he spoke out in the Ravens’ locker room.

Ravens' Jameel McClain uses injury as motivational fuel
After being sidelined by spinal cord contusion, Ravens LB is ready to step in for legend.

Baltimore Ravens | Video: Ravens Players Dunking
Teammates supported Torrey Smith at his annual charity basketball game.

Breakdown Of Ravens' B-Ball Skills
There was a broad spectrum of talent at Torrey Smith's charity basketball game over the weekend.

Ayanbadejo speaks at Supreme Court rally | ProFootballTalk

On Tuesday, the United State Supreme Court took up the question of whether California's ban on same-sex marriage violates the Constitution. Outside, Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo spoke at a rally supporting same-sex marriage.

Brendon Ayanbadejo: Baseball might have first openly gay player

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo says he plans to be at a rally in front of the Supreme Court on Tuesday morning as it prepares to hear a challenge to California's Prop 8, which bans gay marriage

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