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Tag: "wide receiver"

Could Mike Wallace end up in Purple and Black?

The Pittsburgh Steelers are worried that another team will snag wide receiver Mike Wallace if they put a first-round tender on the restricted free agent rather than slapping the franchise tag on him. And you have to believe — the last place Pittsburgh would want to see Wallace end up is with its big rival […]

Former Ravens WR Jermaine Lewis Arrested and Bailed Out

Baltimore County Police arrested former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jermaine Lewis for driving with a suspended and revoked license last Thursday. Lewis unexpectedly pulled into a private driveway in the 1400 block of Hanover Pike in Reisterstown, Md. He was found to be driving with a suspended and revoked drivers license. Also, Lewis’ 4-year-old son […]

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 […]

Chad Ochocinco changing last name back to Johnson

If he even has a job in the NFL next season, Chad Ochocinco will have a new name on his jersey. The current New England Patriots wide receiver will change his last name back to Johnson. Ochocinco, 34, made the announcement on his twitter page last Wednesday saying, “I’ll be Johnson on July 4th.” He […]

Steelers Likely to Cut Hines Ward

The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to cut 14-year veteran wide receiver Hines Ward, sources told the NFL Network, via ESPN.com. It’s a decision that is being based not only on money, but production as well. Ward, 35, lost his starting gig for next season and would most likely return to the team as the No. […]

Terrell Owens to the Ravens?

Terrell Owens is coming off of major knee surgery to repair a torn ACL he suffered during the 2010 season, and as a result, he was forced to miss the entire 2011 NFL season. Owens, 38, believes he can still play and contribute in the NFL, and he recently said the Ravens are a team […]

Possible Salary Cap Cuts that could be made by Ravens

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 […]