The Baltimore Ravens will have a number of decisions to make on its key free agents this off-season. The team has 13 unrestricted and four restricted free agents and decisions will have to be made sooner rather than later on who stays and who goes. Here are the 13 unrestricted free agents: RB Ray Rice, [...]
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Contract talks and negotiations are huge part of the business side in the NFL. It’s a side, however, Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti chooses not to engage in. “I’ve never sat in a negotiation and I never will,” Bisciotti said last week at the Ravens end-of-season press conference. via BaltimoreRavens.com. This is a prime example [...]
The Baltimore Ravens held their annual season-ending “State of the Ravens” press conference at the team’s headquarters in Owings Mills on Wednesday, where owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manger Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh took questions from the media. With key off-season decisions yet to be made on quarterback Joe Flacco, [...]
When Ravens left guard Ben Grubbs cleaned out his locker Monday morning following the the team’s 23-20 loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, Grubbs realized it could be his last time in the Ravens locker room. “I’m just trying to soak up everything right now and just take in the [...]
When the Pro Bowl rosters were announced several weeks ago, it appeared the Baltimore Ravens would be well represented at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu–assuming they didn’t make the Super Bowl. Now, it doesn’t appear that way. After outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (injury) and running back Ray Rice (personal reasons) withdrew from the Pro Bowl earlier [...]
As the Baltimore Ravens enter an off-season certain to be marked by change to the 53-man roster, one thing is for sure, according to running back Ray Rice: Both he and quarterback Joe Flacco will play for the Ravens in 2012. “It will be an interesting off-season, but one thing I can guarantee you is [...]
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady waited out the final stressful minutes on the sideline and somehow, someway, his fourth-quarter leap into the end zone held up, sending the Patriots back to the Super Bowl, while ending the Baltimore Ravens’ season in agile disappoint. With New England leading leading by three points with 11 ticks [...]