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Here is your daily dose of stories on the Baltimore Ravens from other media sources on the internet.


Ed Reed fined $55K by NFL for illegal hit on Victor Cruz -

Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed felt the wrath of the NFL yet again this week as the league fined him $55,000 for an illegal hit on New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz.

Ed Reed not sweating his Baltimore Ravens future -

The Baltimore Ravens' front office has some work to do when the season ends. Both Ed Reed and Joe Flacco will be free agents, but Reed says he's only sweating the playoffs, not his future.

NFL Preview - Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals - Dec 30, 2012 - Game Preview

The Cincinnati Bengals didn't look like a team that would contend for a postseason spot while being routed by the Baltimore Ravens in the season opener, but both these clubs are playoff-bound following their regular-season finale Sunday in Cincinnati.

NFL playoff picture 2012: Is Denver the AFC's No. 1 seed? -

The AFC playoff picture is set, mostly, and it looks like we could see a Tom Brady-Peyton Manning rematch.

Eight Texans head up AFC Pro Bowl roster | National Football Post
Seven Patriots, six Ravens, and amazingly, five Chiefs named to conference all-star squad.

Ravens: CB Chykie Brown earning reps on Baltimore defense -

Ravens CB Chykie Brown, who is in his second-year out of Texas, is beginning to get a better grasp on the game, and that's earning him more playing time.

Arthur Jones starting to emerge for Baltimore Ravens | Press & Sun-Bulletin |
Over his first 26 games in the NFL, Jones did not record a sack. He then broke out with two in five minutes against Philip Rivers and the Chargers.

Ravens activate Ray Lewis | National Football Post
Linebacker won't play until playoffs begin.

Franchise tag numbers tentatively set; 2013 cap near $121M -
Teams looking to place the franchise tag on their players now have a good idea of what the damage will be.'s Ian Rapoport reports the price tags have been tentatively set.

Baltimore Ravens Brendon Ayanbadejo theorizes 3% of NFL players might be gay – Outsports
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo has been perhaps the most outspoken pro athlete for gay rights and he continues to give great interviews.