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Ravens News Around The Web

With the signing of LB Rolando McClain dominating the news, here's all the other stories on the Ravens from other media sources around the web.

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Bryant McKinnie doesn’t expect to hear from Ravens until after draft | ProFootballTalk

It wasn't long after the Ravens won the Super Bowl that we started hearing about their interest in bringing left tackle Bryant McKinnie back for another season. McKinnie's expressed a similar interest, but there hasn't been much, if any, movement on a new deal.

Bits & Pieces -
Baltimore Ravens' Rice continuing anti-bullying campaign in Howard.

Report: Ravens likely to visit Broncos in NFL opener
The Denver Post, citing sources, reported there is a strong possibility the Ravens will open the upcoming season against Peyton Manning and the Broncos in Denver.

Baltimore Ravens Draft Radar: Inside Linebackers

With the retirement of legendary inside linebacker Ray Lewis, the loss of inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe in free agency, and doubt following the season-ending spinal injury to inside linebacker Jameel McClain, an opposing offense lining up against the Ravens today would being staring wide-eyed at the void in the middle of the Ravens defense. How will the Ravens address this need during the 2013 NFL draft?

Fanspeak's 2013 NFL Draft Guide | Fanspeak - Voice Your Passion! provides a comprehensive NFL Draft Guide that includes 7-round mock draft, scouting reports, big board, team needs and much more!

PFT’s All-Unemployed Team | ProFootballTalk
With almost a month of free agency in the books, here is our rundown on the best players still available at each position.

Jets replace LaRon Landry with bro Dawan Landry - Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Jets are replacing departed safety LaRon Landry with his brother.

NFL's Baltimore Ravens Logo: Why Hollywood Studios Care
The MPAA says that if an artist suing the league is victorious at an appeals court, it could raise problems for movies containing logos, signs, billboards and other copyrighted works.

Baltimore Ravens partnering with Habitat for Humanity to build rowhouses in Pigtown -
Habitat for Humanity has rehabbed 20 homes in the neighborhood of the project site, and the Ravens' community foundation will fund three of the homes to be completed by the fall.