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Should the Baltimore Ravens Take Kevin Minter... | Gather

Inside linebacker went from minor concern to glaring need for the Baltimore Ravens because of one bad decision.

Deep safety draft class gives Ravens options - Carroll County Times: Baltimore Ravens

Matt Elam isn’t the only safety from the University of Florida who may interest the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL draft later this week.

5 Teams Most Likely To Trade Up In the First RoundFanspeak's NFL Draft Blog

A look at what 5 teams are the most likely to make a move up the draft board on Thursday night.

Team needs: Baltimore Ravens | ProFootballTalk

It won't be easy to win a second straight Super Bowl in Baltimore. But with five consecutive playoff appearances, there's no reason to think the Ravens won't at least be in contention.

2013 NFL Draft: Seven-round mock forecasts every pick, 1 to 254 -

First-round mocks are fun, but they only tell 1/7 of the story. Josh Norris tackles the challenge of predicting all seven rounds so check out who the Ravens are picking in all seven rounds.

2013 NFL Draft: The perfect strategy for each team to follow -
Bucky Brooks breaks down the optimal draft strategy for each team -- including the Baltimore Ravens at #32.

Ravens waiting for "due process" on Rolando McClain | ProFootballTalk
When Rolando McClain was arrested once again over the weekend, there was instant speculation that the Ravens would cut him. But they're not doing that, at least not yet.

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain allegedly led anti-police chants: report |
McClain, 23, was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest on Sunday.

Rolando McClain ruins perfect opportunity with Baltimore Ravens -
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Rolando McClain was arrested for the third time in 17 months, and his chance at crafting his own redemption story may have ended before it even began.

San Francisco Mayor Lee coming to Baltimore to make good on Super Bowl bet - Baltimore buzz |
On Friday, April 26, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will welcome Mayor Edwin M. Lee of San Francisco to Charm City as he fulfills the friendly wager.