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Tag: "Offseason"

Report: McBean off to a fine start with Ravens

Looking to add depth along the defensive line this offseason, the Baltimore Ravens’ search netted them Ryan McBean, a multitalented 6-foot-5, 305-pounder. McBean inked a one-year, $1.21 million deal earlier this month. But it will be nearly a month into the regular season until he can make his debut with the Ravens. McBean, 28, has […]

Will Flacco get Top 5 QB money?

Joe Flacco displays an ample amount of confidence about his place among the NFL’s elite quarterbacks. His agent, Joe Linta, does too, saying that Flacco should be paid top-five quarterback money. The Baltimore Ravens and Flacco’s representatives have not met since the NFL Scouting combine in late February, according to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk. Most […]

Newsome: ‘Jarret is a Raven’

Outside linebacker Jarret Johnson figures to be one of the toughest decisions the Baltimore Ravens will have to make when free agency begins this off-season. Johnson, a fourth-round draft pick out of the University of Alabama in 2003, will become an unrestricted free agent in March. There has been some buzzing that the Ravens would […]

Ravens Offseason Needs in 2011: Offense Edition

TOP POSITION NEEDS ON OFFENSE Offensive Line: Left Tackle The loss of OT Jared Gaither hindered the Baltimore Ravens offensive line, forcing the team to shift Marshal Yanda to the right tackle position. Inconsistency in pass-protection plagued the offensive line. The unit also struggled in run blocking,  particularly in short yardage situations. Michael Oher filled […]

Gaither Back in Baltimore for Workouts

Today, LT Jared Gaither made his first voluntary workout appearance of this season. After Coach Harabaugh called him out for not showing up to the first two weeks of workouts, Gaither promised to appear today. Gaither fulfilled his promise and told BaltimoreRavens.com, “It’s great to be back. Now, my goal is to get stronger and […]

Ravens Receive No Additional Picks and Stay with 5

This week, the NFL gave out 32 compensatory draft picks to 19 teams. The Baltimore Ravens received none. According to the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement, “a team is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks if it is determined that they lost more or better players than they were able to acquire during the previous year’s […]