Tuesday Ravens links

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Read what the rest of the web is saying about the Baltimore Ravens.

Bart Scott promoted to CBS' The NFL Today

The former Ravens linebacker, who finished his career with the Jets, will be an analyst on CBS' pre-game show on Sundays, The NFL Today, writes the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Dennis Pitta should be paid a tight end's salary

The Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston writes that Pitta should not receive compensation like a receiver, and that if he's franchised, it should be at a tight end rate.

Looking at free safety draft prospects

Russell Street Report's Joe Wedra writes about the possible free agent prospects the Ravens could potentially take in the second round of the NFL draft.

Offseason INT: Which Bengals players would you want on the Ravens' roster?

Purple Reign Show's Phil Gentile lists three players he'd like to have on the Ravens' roster that are currently members of the Cincinnati Bengals.

Teams could pounce on Pitta if he hits the market

CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown writes that other teams in need of a tight end could pursue Dennis Pitta if the Ravens allow him to hit free agency.

Wide receivers live up to billing

BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing writes that the receivers at the combine have lived up to the hype thus far.

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