With a lot of news on the Baltimore Ravens the past week, here are links to what other outlets are reporting around the World Wide Web:
Report: Witness says Suggs hurt playing hoops | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
Gym director in Arizona tells ESPN that Ravens star was hurt during hoops tournament in April.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh doesn’t care how Suggs was injured, just wants LB on the field - The Washington Post
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he doesn’t care how Terell Suggs injured his Achilles tendon, he just wants the All-Pro linebacker on the field.
Baltimore Ravens owner: Injured Terrell Suggs will get full salary – USATODAY.com
LB insists Achilles' injury happened in conditioning drill, but witnesses say he was hurt playing basketball. Steve Bisciotti doesn't care.
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ABERDEEN — Hours before chasing down fly balls and legging out base hits, Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb was greeted by a welcome sight.
Flacco is attending the Ravens voluntary practices while looking for a new deal. The two sides are not close on a new contract however, according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times.
Assessing the Baltimore Ravens' backup quarterback situation if Joe Flacco is injured and misses time.
The Ravens’ backup quarterback doesn’t feel any change with Curtis Painter over his shoulder.
When the Bengals drafted Kevin Zeitler, everyone figured that meant the end of Bobbie Williams’ Cincinnati tenure. Friday, that became official.
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Baltimore Ravens DC Dean Pees aims to be different in workout approach -NFL News | bettor.com
Baltimore Ravens’ new defensive coordinator, Dean Pees, has said that his playbook will be different from his predecessor, Chuck Pagano’s who has deserted Ravens to join the Indianapolis Colts as head coach.
Nigel Carr was charged with five felonies on July 26, 2010: two counts of burglary, one count of property damage, theft of a credit card and fraud. But Carr has begun to write his success story in Baltimore.
Baltimore Ravens 2012 Schedule Analysis | AthlonSports.com
The first three weeks of the 2012 season will be difficult for the Ravens to say the least.
A bankruptcy court hearing in Atlanta for former Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis has been delayed.