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Ravens News Around The Web

The Baltimore Ravens continue to draw attention, even in the off-season. Here is all the recent happening involving the Ravens from all around the wonderful World Wide Web:

What's the right price for Ray Rice? | National Football Post
Does the Baltimore running back deserve a contract similar to the one inked by Chris Johnson?

Weekend mailbag: 'Aging' Ravens defense - AFC North Blog - ESPN
Hope everyone is enjoying their Memorial Day weekend. Let's make it even better by opening up some mail.

Bernard Pollard on Ravens defense: 'You can't stop us' -
Baltimore ranked third in defense last season but fell short in the AFC Championship Game. This year, safety Bernard Pollard says "whatever happened last year was last year" but "you can't stop us."

Cody may have lost too much weight last year | National Football Post
Ravens nose guard says he is getting stronger this off-season.

(More links to stories on the Baltimore Ravens after the 'Jump')

Ravens rookie tackled devastation of Tuscaloosa tornado - Washington Times
The kind of character shown in the aftermath of last year's tornado in Tuscaloosa, Ala., is part of the reason the Baltimore Ravens was keen to the idea of selecting the linebacker with their first pick in the 2012 NFL draft.

Curtis Painter among most-interesting backup QBs -
Curtis Painter might be the face of the Colts' 2-14 season, but he's resurfaced for renewal in Baltimore. In his honor, here's a list of the five most interesting backup quarterbacks.

Troy Smith opens Steelers tenure with jab at Browns -
Troy Smith grew up a Browns fan in Ohio. So far, only the rival Steelers have come calling, giving the quarterback a shot at a backup role -- and sticking it to his boyhood favorites.

Detroit Lions are 15th most popular NFL team |
The Detroit Lions are the NFL's 15th most popular team according to a recent ESPN fan poll.

Former Baltimore Ravens star Jamal Lewis bankrupt - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
Former Baltimore Ravens star Jamal Lewis declared himself bankrupt after amassing a debt of more than $10.5 million, TMZ reported Sunday.