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Ravens News Around The Web

With all quiet on the free agent front regarding the Ravens, here's your daily dose of Ravens news from around the web.

Mike Ehrmann

Anquan Boldin: Baltimore Ravens losing 'key' players -

Anquan Boldin understands the business side of the NFL. But the Baltimore Ravens did lose championship-quality pieces, according to the new San Francisco 49ers receiver.

Sports Radio Interviews » Blog Archive » Trade Shocks Anquan Boldin From Halfway Around the World
Anquan Boldin joined WNST in Baltimore with Glenn Clark to discuss some charity work with Oxfam International in Senegal, the surprise that came with being traded this week, prior negotiations with the Ravens and his new situation with the 49ers.

Ray Lewis Doesn't Know Ravens' Next Leader
Baltimore has lost leaders in Ray Lewis, Anquan Boldin, Matt Birk and Bernard Pollard.

Baltimore Ravens release Bernard Pollard -
In a surprising move, the Ravens released veteran safety Bernard Pollard , leaving them without another key performer in last season's run to a Super Bowl XLVII victory.

Sports Radio Interviews » Blog Archive » Paul Kruger Says He Wants to Make a Name for Himself in Cleveland
Paul Kruger joined 92.3 the Fan in Cleveland with Bull & Fox to talk about what he will bring to the Browns, how he thinks he will like playing for Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton, why he chose the Browns in free agency, his thoughts on Browns fans and what it will be like to sack former teammate Joe Flacco for the first time.

Relax, Baltimore Ravens' front office knows what it's doing - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
Relax, Baltimores front office knows what they are doing during the free-agency period.

Ravens lose another starter from Super Bowl roster | National Football Post

Following the departures of Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbe, Baltimore parts ways with Bernard Pollard.

Ed Reed set to visit the Texans | National Football Post

Pro Bowl safety turns 35-years-old in September.

So long, New England | National Football Post

In a move that caught the AFC off guard, free agent wide receiver Wes Welker signed with Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.

NFP Mock Draft - Version 8.0 | National Football Post
Russ Lande offers up the NFP's first mock draft since the start of free agency.