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WBAL gets simulcast on two Ravens Monday night games
baltimoresun.com Updated Jun 4, 2013
Extra telecasts gives Channel 11 strong prime-time presence for RavensWBAL-TV says it has gained the rights to simulcast two Baltimore Ravens "Monday Night Football" games this year with ESPN, the cable channel that produces the prime-time telecasts.Upvote Share Tweet
profootballtalk.com Jun 4, 2013The Bears may not be the only team interested in quarterback JaMarcus Russell, the first overall pick in the 2007 NFL draft. But if another team is interested in Russell, we’re told it’s not the Ravens. That’s contrary to reports from both Mike GaraUpvote Share Tweet
CB Chris Johnson wants to finish career with RavensCornerback was re-signed to one-year deal after last seasonWhen veteran cornerback Chris Johnson signed a one-year, $905,000 contract to remain with the Ravens in March, the 33-year-old did so with hopes that he'll ultimately finish his career with the …Upvote Share Tweet
Seven of the biggest bargains on the Ravens rosterA sizable chunk of the Ravens' salary cap is taken up by the bloated cap figures of Pro Bowl players such as Terrell Suggs and Haloti Ngata and costly cap hits for fellow franchise cornerstones such as Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and Marshal Yanda. In 2013, th…Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens sign WR Marcus Rivers, cut QB Dayne CristFormer University of Buffalo wide receiver joins RavensThe Ravens have signed former University of Buffalo wide receiver Marcus Rivers, according to a source.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Jun 4, 2013The Cleveland Browns begin their minicamp Tuesday while the rest of the division teams wrap up their offseason training activities this week. What's the difference between the two? Minicamps are mandatory, and OTAs are not. If you miss a minicamp, a tea…Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jun 4, 2013Several members of last year’s Ravens who are no longer with the team have decided not to attend the Super Bowl champions’ White House ceremony on Wednesday. But the two best defensive players in franchise history will be there. Ray Lewis, who retiredUpvote Share Tweet
Peter King: Late Deacon Jones would have dominated any era; mailJun 4You can't say many players from the '40s, '50s and '60s would have dominated today. Be competitive, sure. But dominated? Not many. Deacon Jones, though -- there was a guy who would have been one of the greats whenever he played.
Chadiha: Deacon Jones left permanent imprintJun 4The late Deacon Jones revolutionized the DE position and had an unforgettable presence, writes Jeffri Chadiha.