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Ed Reed and Ray Lewis expected to be at White House with Ravens Wednesday -
The 2012-13 Ravens will be well represented Wednesday when the team travels to the White House to be honored by President Barack Obama for its 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3.

Anquan Boldin will stay in San Francisco, miss White House visit | ProFootballTalk
Anquan Boldin ‏is the latest former Raven to reveal that he won't attend the Super Bowl champions' trip to the White House.

Ravens' Cody has hill to climb | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Now, heading into 2013, Cody makes the list of "Six Ravens with the most to prove this offseason" by Sun blogger Matt Vensel.

With Anquan Boldin gone, Ravens banking on deep threats

The Baltimore Ravens are placing a bigger responsibility on wide receiver Torrey Smith to produce big plays.

Ravens 2012 top pick Upshaw in the process of dropping excess weight - Carroll County Times: Baltimore Ravens
Noticeably heavier during the Baltimore Ravens’ first two organized team activities, outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw said Sunday that he’s in the process of dropping weight after dealing with personal matters during the spring.

Working out with an NFL star in South Jersey
When Julie Weikart's aunt informed her a couple weeks ago that her hero, Joe Flacco, quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens and a South Jersey favored son, was doing a charity workout with kids, she could barely e-mail back fast enough.

Loss of Ray Lewis, Ed Reed creates newfound frenzy on Ravens' defense - Yahoo! Sports
A strange thing has happened in the absence of so much experience on Baltimore's defensive unit.

Fantasy Football Running Back Categories | Fanspeak Fantasy Football

The top ball carriers will surely fly off the board quickly in your fantasy football drafts, so don’t be the guy frantically checking the waiver wire for running back help and finding little value