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It was a familiar scene for the Ravens' offensive backfield as running back Ray Rice took handoffs and made his cuts with Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach operating as his lead blocker on Thursday morning.
Share TweetDuring his 11 years in Baltimore, Ed Reed stalked center field for the Ravens. His ability to read quarterbacks, cover lots of ground quickly, and pick off passes made him the most feared single-high safety in NFL history.Share TweetRetired Ravens center took issue with President Obama's support of Planned ParenthoodRetired six-time Pro Bowl center Matt Birk skipped the Ravens' visit to the White House for political reasons .Share TweetSecond-year linebacker is battling weight issuesLess than a week after Courtney Upshaw acknowledged that he weighed 285 pounds, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that the second-year linebacker has to improve his eating habits in order to reach his full p…
Ravens LB Albert McClellan had offseason shoulder surgeryUpdated Jun 6 Share TweetLinebacker recovering from torn labrumRavens linebacker Albert McClellan has been sidelined at organized team activities while he recuperates from offseason shoulder surgery.Share TweetIf former Ravens center Matt Birk had opted to join his former teammates at the White House, he may have gotten what former Ravens safety Ed Reed got from joining his former teammates at the White House. “It was really awesome getting back and seeing mySource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetLinebacker received a $285,000 signing bonusThe Ravens made a relatively modest investment in veteran inside linebacker Daryl Smith.Share TweetLinebacker, Washington Blade hope to further dialogue on LGBT issues in athleticsFormer Ravens linebacker and outspoken same-sex marriage advocate Brendon Ayanbadejo is turning his attention from playing time to publishing.
Suggs 'wishes' Big Ben a speedy recoveryUpdated Jun 6 Share TweetCould Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs really miss playing against Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger? From 2004 to 2011, Suggs sacked Roethlisberger 15.5 times, which is more than any other NFL defender during that time. Suggs …Source: ESPN.com
Wake-up: Trent Richardson disputes reportUpdated Jun 6 Share TweetIt was quite a busy day in the AFC North on Wednesday. The Baltimore Ravens visited the White House and signed inside linebacker Daryl Smith. The Pittsburgh Steelers announced Ben Roethlisberger was having knee surgery. And Cleveland Browns running back…Source: ESPN.com