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Check out these stories and buy tickets to Lardarius Webb's Charity Softball Game in these Ravens articles from other sources around the World Wide Web.


Dean Pees says Jameel McClain will regain starting job once he's cleared -

Once inside linebacker Jameel McClain gains full medical clearance, his old starting job awaits him.

CSN: Huff Hopes To Carry On Tradition Of Ravens' D
Michael Huff talks about the Ravens' defense tradition and carrying it on.

Lardarius Webb #21 | The Foundation For The Betterment Of Underpriviledged Youth

Ripken Baseball and the Aberdeen IronBirds today announced it will host the 4th Annual Lardarius Webb Charity Softball Game on Sunday, June 2 at 4:30 p.m. at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen.

Ravens corner Jimmy Smith takes up boxing regimen, loses 10 pounds -
The last time that imposing cornerback Jimmy Smith shadowed a wide receiver in an actual game, his physical coverage of San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree provided an edge in the final moments of the Ravens' Super Bowl victory.

Now world champs, Ravens to be targeted | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore

Championship teams always have that big circle on their backs the following season because teams want to beat them.

Jacoby Jones looks to avoid 'Dancing With The Stars' jinx - ESPN

Jones is back practicing with the Ravens and is looking to avoid following in his predecessors' footsteps.

Arthur Brown says he's making sound recovery from sports hernia surgery -
Although somewhat frustrated at being unable to practice due to his recent sports hernia surgery, Ravens rookie inside linebacker Arthur Brown says he's making steady progress in his recovery and remains on schedule to return by training camp.

Baltimore Ravens Key Offseason Dates Remaining Before Defending Super Bowl Title | Ravens 101 | Sports Media 101

With just 97 days between now and the 2013 NFL season opener, the Baltimore Ravens still have several key dates remaining before their Super Bowl title defense begins.

Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers to gain more cap room - ESPN

The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers rank among the teams with the least amount of salary-cap space in the NFL, but both will gain a little extra room Saturday.