This is the April 2, 2013 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
Alabama standout blocker has met with Panthers, Patriots and VikingsAlabama offensive tackle D.J. Fluker recently conducted an official visit with the Super Bowl champion Ravens, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.Share Tweet
Tavon Austin, Corey Fuller to participate in Ravens' local Pro Day workout ThursdayRavens evaluating local prospectsThe Ravens are scheduled to host West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin and Virginia Tech wide receiver Corey Fuller at their local Pro Day workout Thursday, according to league sources with knowledge of the situation.Share Tweet
Torrey Smith: Don't put blame on FlaccoESPN.com Apr 2, 2013When it seemed like the Baltimore Ravens were losing a starter from their Super Bowl team nearly every day, it was easy to point the finger at quarterback Joe Flacco. After all, he is the highest-paid player in NFL history after signing a six-year, $120…Share Tweet
NFL mock draft roundup: Who will the Ravens pick?Here is a roundup of which first-round draft prospects the Ravens are linked to in 2013 NFL mock drafts.Share Tweet
Anthony Allen signs exclusive rights free agent tender with RavensRunning back was a valuable performer on special teams last seasonRunning back Anthony Allen , a key performer on the Ravens' highly successful special teams units last season, signed his exclusive rights free agent tender, the team announced today.Share Tweet
Thompson suspension implies multiples violations of substance-abuse policyprofootballtalk.com Apr 2, 2013With the Ravens needing safeties for the 2013 season, one of the safeties they drafted in 2012 won’t be available for the first 25 percent of the coming campaign. As Mike Wilkening pointed out on Monday, Christian Thompson has been suspended four gamesShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Apr 2, 2013When safety Ed Reed left the Ravens to sign with the Texans, Baltimore coach John Harbaugh talked about how much he appreciated what Reed had done for the team. But Harbaugh may have been quietly thinking, “Good riddance.” According to a new report ouShare Tweet