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Baltimore Ravens news and daily links 6/24

Today's Baltimore Ravens news from across the internet.


Ravens Look To Honor Youth Group Volunteers " CBS Baltimore
The Super Bowl-winning Ravens are looking to honor community volunteers across the state. As Gigi Barnett explains, they're teaming up with M&T Bank to find outstanding youth groups.

College coach: Lewis-Moore a worthwhile investment for Ravens despite injury - Carroll County Times: Baltimore Ravens
The likelihood of rookie defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore contributing for the Baltimore Ravens this season, or even seeing the field, appears to be minimal. That's nothing new.

Ray Rice Nearing Franchise Record In All-Purpose Yards
The sixth-year running back has racked up 8,233 yards from scrimmage throughout his career, which ranks No. 2 in franchise history. Running back Jamal Lewis, a 2012 Ring of Honor inductee, currently holds the record with 9,166 yards from scrimmage. Rice needs just 933 yards to catch Lewis, which should happen about midway through this year if Rice is able to stay healthy. Rice has averaged 1,876.5 yards from scrimmage in each of the last four seasons.

Baltimore Ravens Torrey Smith Attacks New England Patriots Fans in Twitter Rant - FanSided - Sports News - An Independent Sports Network
Bad week to be a New England Patriots fan eh? What started off with Aaron Hernandez‘s potential arrest ends with Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith crapping all over the Patriot fanbase on Twitter.

Taking a super-early look at the Baltimore Ravens' regular season game against the Houston Texans -
In eager anticipation of the 2013 NFL season, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will take a daily look at one of the 13 opponents on the Ravens' regular-season schedule. Today is the Houston Texans.

Baltimore Ravens: Wrongfully Ranked on the NFL Top 100 List? - Yahoo! Sports
Every year, NFL Network releases its list of the Top 100 players in the NFL. So far, this year's list, voted by NFL players, has been released up to the Top 10. The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens do not have any players in the Top 10 of the list, however there has been no shortage of Ravens in the first 90 players revealed.