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Ravens: Bryant McKinnie absent due to 'issue,' placed on reserve/did not report list - Carroll County Times: Ravens
OWINGS MILLS -- Baltimore Ravens left offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie was absent today from the start of training camp.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — In preparation for his 17th NFL season, Ray Lewis decided the best way to cope with his advancing age was to reduce his waistline.
John Harbaugh has pulled off quite a makeover in his four seasons coaching the Baltimore Ravens, molding a braggadocio bunch into a true team. Albert Breer finds out how Harbaugh did it.
Joe Flacco on contract talks: 'I see myself being here for many years' - Carroll County Times: Ravens
Quarterback not concerned about when deal might be finalized.
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After losing coordinator Chuck Pagano as well as three experienced regulars to their high-caliber defense during the offseason, the Ravens enter this year's camp in need of some rearranging in that area.
Baltimore Ravens Training Camp Begins For Quarterbacks & Rookies " CBS Baltimore
Hopefully, you are ready for some Ravens football. Tuesday marked opening day of training camp.
Ray Rice of Baltimore Ravens buys his mom a new house - NFL.com
What do you do after signing a five-year, $40 million contract? If you're Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice, you upgrade your mother's living arrangements.
Ravens: Cary Williams: 'As far as I'm concerned, I'm full-go' - Carroll County Times: Local
Cary Williams has regained trust and flexibility in his surgically-repaired right hip and expects to practice with no restrictions when the Baltimore Ravens start training camp Tuesday afternoon
NFL 2012: Ravens have much to accomplish at training camp, beginning with O-Line - The Washington Post
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens lost several of their most trusted and efficient players during the offseason.
PFT Preseason Power Rankings No. 5: Baltimore Ravens | ProFootballTalk
After barely missing out on the Super Bowl last season, the Ravens kept their roster largely intact and had every reason to believe they'd be Super Bowl contenders again this year. At least, until one of the biggest pieces of their roster took a big offseason hit.
Lardarius Webb: Baltimore Ravens DBs are the best - NFL.com
Baltimore Ravens CB Lardarius Webb isn't shy about proclaiming his unit the best secondary in the NFL. While the numbers back up Webb, Brian McIntyre believes another unit could take the crown in 2012.
Ravens' single-game tickets sell out in 20 minutes - Baltimore Business Journal
Football fever is officially back, as Baltimore Ravens single-game tickets for the team’s 2012 home schedule sold out within 20 minutes of going on sale Friday.
The Baltimore Ravens Are Eating Healthier This Season | Complex
The Baltimore Ravens are making a major change in order to contend for the Lombardi Trophy during the coming NFL season.