NFL Schedule Released Tuesday

The 2012 NFL schedule will be released in primetime, exclusively on and NFL Network on Tuesday, April 17 at 7:00 PM ET. For fans who want to see their team’s entire schedule immediately, will be the first website with complete team-by-team and weekly schedules.

Ravens Sign Five Players

The Ravens took care of some business before the start of their strength and conditioning program. They inked five exclusive rights free agents: outside linebacker Sergio Kindle, defensive back Danny Gorrer, long snapper Morgan Cox, guard/center Justin Boren and linebacker Josh Bynes.

Wide receiver Lee Evans to sign with Jacksonville Jaguars, source says - ESPN

"Former Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills wide receiver Lee Evans will sign a one-year deal Monday with the Jacksonville Jaguars, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter." Good luck and good riddance Lee Evans.

Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill Visits Ravens

One of the stars of the NFL scouting combine, speedy Georgia Tech junior wide receiver Stephen Hill visited the Baltimore Ravens this week, according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times.

Breaking News: Lardarius Webb and Ravens agree to 6 year deal

"Lardarius is an important player for the Ravens and we’re very happy he will be with us for a long time," General Manager Ozzie Newsome Terms of contract - $50 million extension, $20+ million guaranteed, $10 million signing bonus.

Ravens Lose Another Defensive Free Agent To Colts

Former Baltimore Ravens reserve defensive tackle Brandon McKinney has followed former Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano to the Indianapolis Colts, signing a free agent contract, according to Luke Jones of

Ravens Host Lions In Pre-Season On National TV

The Baltimore Ravens pre-season schedule has them hosting the Detroit Lions on national TV on Friday, August 17th at 8pm. The Ravens other pre-season games are at the Atlanta Falcons (8/9), vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars (8/23) and at the St. Louis Rams (8/30).

Rice Reportedly Not Reporting Without Deal

According to AaronWilson of, although Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice indicated today during the unveiling of the new Nike uniforms that he looks forward to attending offseason workouts, sources close to the situation stressed that Rice won't be reporting until he has a new contract.

Nike Unveiling New NFL Uniforms Today

Nike is set to unveil its updated NFL jerseys for all 32 teams on April 3 at 11 a.m. (ET) as the new uniform and apparel provider of the NFL. NFL fans have been waiting for it and it's almost here. Nike, who took over as the NFL's official provider of equipment and apparel as of April 1, will be unveiling all kinds of new gear, including uniforms, at a launch in New York today. Players from every NFL team will be there to showcase the new look. Some teams will be seeing tweaks to their uniforms but Nike has kept that under lock and key since announcing they would take over the NFL contract.

Torrey Smith Joins Bill Clinton For USO Project

Baltimore Ravens WR Torrey Smith will join former U.S. President Bill Clinton for a service project at the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative University Meeting this Sunday, April 1. Smith will take part in events from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. by assisting with the Operation USO Care Package program. CGI U participants and local veterans will work with the USO to assemble care packages that will be sent to military units that are either about to deploy or are currently deployed overseas.


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