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McKinnie Told He'd Play Left Tackle


From The Baltimore Sun's Jamison Hensley's Twitter this morning: In an interview with ESPN, Bryant McKinnie says #Ravens told him that he'll play left tackle and Oher will move to RT

Source: Ravens to sign Brad Jones


The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a contract with undrafted rookie safety Brad Jones, according to a league source. Jones is a 6-foot, 192-pounder who has registered a 39-inch vertical leap and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.53 seconds. He also posted a 10-05 broad jump and a 4.22 in the 20-yard shuttle and a 6.78 three-cone drill at his campus Pro Day workout.

Ravens to try out Reggie Smith


Besides playing wide receiver, Smith doubled as one of the top kick returners at the Division II level. Smith led the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association with a 20.2 punt return average last season, returning three for touchdowns as he ranked second in the nation. POST PUBLISH NOTE: Smith played for little-known Elizabeth City State in North Carolina and grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He played QB in high school, leading his team to the state championship game. He spent two years at Grand Rapids Community College, earning awards as a kick returner. Smith wanted to transfer to Division I but didn't have the credits to do so. He returned home, spent a year away from football while going to a technical school and then resumed playing at Elizabeth City State.

Pressure is on for Flacco, Harbs and Oz


I’ll admit, when the Ravens signed Donte Stallworth I was left scratching my head. "I sure hope that he isn’t their answer at wide receiver," I told fellow Ravens fans. Then Baltimore made a big splash and reached out to Arizona to grab Anquan Boldin. Somewhere, days later, Anita Marks is still doing a victory dance. Yesterday, Jeff Pilson and I talked about the likelihood of Derrick Mason returning to Baltimore and I’ve got to admit, he nailed it. Last night the Ravens signed Mason to a 2 year deal. When I heard the news one thought ran through my mind, "No excuses in 2010."

What do the Ravens do next?


The Baltimore Ravens made one of the big splashes of the off-season by trading for WR Anquan Boldin, sending a clear sign that they are serious about strengthening a position of weakness.

Suggs' Anti Steelers Shirt


Suggs rocked a shirt that said "you bet your sweet ass I hate the steelers" today at training camp

Remembering McNair


’ve gotta tell you that this subject is really eating me up. I was a huge Steve McNair fan during his two years in Baltimore and I respected and feared him during his 11 years in Tennessee. He was a great competitor and out an outstanding quarterback. It’s been one hell of a week and honestly this is the first athlete I was a fan of and had watched personally that has passed away.

Analyzing The Three Headed Monster


During the 2008 NFL season, it was referred to as "The Three-Headed Monster." This trio of distinct running backs, each possessing a unique set of skills, helped lead a rebuilding Baltimore Ravens’ offense to an 11-5 record and an AFC Championship Game.

Ravens 2009 Preview: Defense


The Ravens had an off year in 2007, especially defensively. In 2008, however, the team rebounded to post a dominant year in which they, yet again, didn’t allow a 100-yard rusher, while forcing turnover after turnover after turnover.

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