On the last Sunday of the year with no NFL football, here is the most recent news on the Baltimore Ravens from all around the World Wide Web:
Baltimore Ravens: Final 53-man roster - CBSSports
There was an internal discussion as to whether the Ravens would keep three quarterbacks, so that Tyrod Taylor could have more of a role in various offensive packages this year.
Click here for the complete list of Baltimore Ravens roster moves. Significant move: The Ravens surprisingly kept linebacker Sergio Kindle, their top draft pick in 2010.
If their line is improved, the Steelers could have one of the N.F.L.'s most explosive offenses to pair with a smothering defense, the formula for a deep playoff run.
Michael Vick and Ray Rice offer their reviews of 'Madden 13'
Few people enjoy EA Sports' 'Madden' video game series more than actual NFL players. So who better to judge 'Madden 13' than two NFL superstars?
Ravens poised to take next step in crowded AFC - Boston.com
Two years, two close calls, and two long offseasons pondering "what if" for the Baltimore Ravens .
No-Huddle Won't Hurt Ray Rice's Production | NFL | Baltimore Ravens
No-Huddle Won't Hurt Ray Rice's Production The Baltimore Ravens, like many other teams in the NFL, are transitioning to a more uptempo style of offense, featuring more passing and no-huddle plays.
BALTIMORE — The face of the Baltimore Ravens is much thinner these days, and the identity of the team also appears to have undergone a transformation. Ray Lewis, the centerpiece of the Ravens defense, reported to his 17th training camp as a far lighter version of his previous self.
Cut by the Ravens, placekicker talked to other teams but was guaranteed the starter’s job by the Redskins despite the presence of Graham Gano.