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John Harbaugh of Baltimore Ravens to be inducted into Miami of Ohio's 'Cradle of Coaches' - ESPN

Ravens coach John Harbaugh will be inducted into the Cradle of Coaches association at his alma mater Miami University next year.

Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore Orioles Ban Smoking at Games
Going into effect on March 4th, the Camden Yards Sports Complex will enforce a complete smoking ban, at Camden Yards as well as at M&T Bank Stadium.

Talks between Baltimore Ravens, quarterback Joe Flacco continue, described as 'amicable' -
Baltimore Ravens vice president of football administration Pat Moriarty and Joe Linta, the agent for the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, met at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis over the weekend for the first talks since hitting an impasse last August.

Performance Based Value: Baltimore Ravens - Pro Football Focus

Here’s who shook out as the most undervalued and overvalued Baltimore Ravens in 2012

Deep safety class could benefit Ravens - Carroll County Times: Baltimore Ravens
INDIANAPOLIS – Matt Elam was a first-team All-American at Florida last season. Eric Reid was a first-team All-American at LSU. Phillip Thomas led the country in interceptions. D.J Swearinger’s a violent, physical player who’s described as a tone-setter in the secondary. And Shamarko Thomas was a first-team All-Big East performer at Syracuse who was one of the standout performers among defensive backs at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Florida State defensive end Brandon Jenkins on Baltimore Ravens' radar -

The Baltimore Ravens conducted a meeting at the NFL scouting combine with Florida State defensive end Brandon Jenkins, a potential second-round to third-round draft target.

Jacoby Jones listed at 7/1 to win Dancing with the Stars | National Football Post

Baltimore wide receiver takes his talents to primetime television.