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Tag: "veteran"

Texans reportedly offer safety Ed Reed three-year contract

Less than a week ago, it seemed like a foregone conclusion that free-agent safety Ed Reed had played his last game as a Baltimore Raven after being picked up by Houston Texans general manager Rick Smith in Texans chairman and CEO Bob McNair”s private jet. But now, there”s increased optimism that Reed could return to […]

At 31, Boldin is the elder statesman in the Ravens receiving corps

At 31, Anquan Boldin is the elder statesman in the Baltimore Ravens receiving corps. Some of his fellow receivers were in middle school when he was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in 2003. The majority of the receiving corps- Torrey Smith, Tandon Doss, David Reed, Laquan Williams and rookie Tommy Streeter- don’t have as much […]

McKinnie on the field at Ravens' organized team activities

He”s a 10-year veteran with a Pro Bowl under his belt, but that”s not stopping this 32-year-old from participating in the Ravens” voluntary OTA”s this week. While older players such as Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Matt Birk are sitting out the team”s voluntary OTA”s, left tackle Bryant McKinnie, has been on the practice field […]

Ravens release Foxworth

The Baltimore Ravens released cornerback Domonique Foxworth on Monday after he failed a physical. The move had been anticipated for sometime, as Foxworth was set to make $7 million in base salary in 2012, but had played in just two games over the past two seasons because of a serious ACL tear. Foxworth, 28, is […]

For now, Foxworth remains a Raven

It’s somewhat puzzling that veteran cornerback Domonique Foxworth wasn’t released Friday along with veterans Chris Carr and Lee Evans. It had been highly publicized for weeks that Foxworth would most likely be on his way out with both Carr and Evans. But for the time being, Foxworth still has a job with the Ravens. Foxworth, […]

Randy Moss to the Ravens Makes No Sense Whatsoever

The Baltimore Ravens said they plan to address and add to the wide receiver position this off-season. Randy Moss, one of the greatest wide receivers in NFL history, announced on Monday that he is coming out of retirement and wants to play in 2012. Moss, 35, has given every indication that he wants to sign […]