Former Baltimore Ravens cornerback, Chris Carr, was signed by the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday, according to Jason La Canfora of The NFL Network. Antoine Winfield and Chris Cook are currently listed as the two starting corners for the Vikings, according to an article by Pro Football Talk’s, Josh Alpher. However, Minnesota signed Carr and fellow […]
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The Baltimore Ravens announced on Friday that cornerback Chris Carr and wide receiver Lee Evans have officially been released. Carr fell out of favor and down the Ravens depth chart last season, and Evans, who was acquired in training camp to provide quarterback Joe Flacco with a deep, vertical threat, had just four receptions for […]
The first important date on the calendar to circle for the Baltimore this off-season will be March 13, the day the NFL’s new financial year officially starts, with free agency beginning and the new salary cap number in place. Although the maximum cap number hasn’t been released — whatever it is — the Ravens have […]
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Chris Carr said he would like to return to the team next season, but he is uncertain what his future holds in Charm City. “I might be here, might not be here,” Carr said, via BaltimoreRavens.com. “Just have to wait and see.” Carr, 28, signed a reported four-year deal before the 2011 […]
After losing two costly fumbles in the Ravens’ 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks last Sunday, kick returner David Reed is out as the team’s primary return man. Not only did Reed cough up two fumbles, but he also cost the Ravens with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the second half of Sunday’s game. Over […]
Domonique Foxworth was placed on injured reserve, ending his season and leaving the Ravens with just five healthy cornerbacks for the time being. Foxworth, who tore his ACL prior to the start of training camp in 2010, had repeatedly stated this season that he didn’t feel completely comfortable with the surgically-repaired knee and clearly his […]
Ravens’ safety Haruki Nakamura could miss at least a month after suffering a right knee injury Sunday in the team’s 37-7 win in St. Louis. Nakamura, who suffered the injury on a punt return in the first quarter, did not return to the game. After the game, he did not need crutches to maneuver through […]