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baltimoresun.com Updated Mar 13, 2013
Defensive lineman joins Ravens on three-year, $8 million contractThe Ravens' search for a replacement for Cory Redding's stout presence along the defensive line and leadership in the locker room took an entire year.Share Tweet
CNNSI.com Mar 13, 2013It is highly unlikely that Wes Welker signing in Denver for a relative pittance is what Tom Brady had in mind when he gave the Patriots $15 million in cap relief two weeks ago.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 13, 2013Newly-minted Browns linebacker Paul Kruger joined Pro Football Talk on Wednesday to talk about the pro football teams that wanted him, among other things. Obviously, the Browns did. “There was a lot of excitement from the Browns’ end and I was equalShare TweetThere could be yet another starter leaving the reigning Super Bowl champion Ravens. Free-agent safety Ed Reed is scheduled to visit the Texans on Thursday, according the Houston Chronicle. Houston needs to replace Glover Quin, who signed with the Lions …Share Tweet
Ravens' defensive exodus could be unprecedentedYou'll be seeing a much-different unit on defense next seasonThe Ravens said a month ago they wanted to strengthen the middle of their defense after winning the Super Bowl. They left out the part about letting more than half of their starting defenders …Share TweetKruger, Ellerbe get big money from Browns, DolphinsBy leaving the Super Bowl champion Ravens, linebackers Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbe hit the jackpot.Share Tweet
Mike Preston: The Ravens are officially John Harbaugh's team nowAfter getting rid of the most outspoken players, Ravens look to move forwardThere was always a belief that the Ravens would never be coach John Harbaugh's team until Ray Lewis left or retired. Well, it's Harbaugh's team now.Share Tweet
Ravens re-sign Ramon Harewoodprofootballtalk.com Mar 13, 2013The Ravens have re-signed offensive guard Ramon Harewood, the club said Wednesday. Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun previously reported Harewood’s return. Harewood was non-tendered as a restricted free agent by Baltimore before being re-signed. The 6-fShare TweetRay Lewis and ESPN have officially closed their long-rumored deal, with Lewis set to be a football fixture on the network. Starting Aug. 1, Lewis will join ESPN for an entire slate of commentating activity: • "Monday Night Countdown," where he'll travelShare Tweet
The Ravens' review: A player-by-player look at the 2012 seasonTo keep you entertained during the 2013 NFL offseason, blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will go back and review the performance of each significant Ravens contributor during the 2012 season.Share TweetESPN.com Mar 13, 2013Jeffri Chadiha says the Dolphins and Chiefs are the clear winners after the first day of free agency but the Ravens and Steelers are left hurting.Share Tweetgrantland.com Mar 13, 2013Lost amid all of yesterday's free-agent chatter was the news that after 12 seasons, Steve Hutchinson's NFL career is over. Ray Lewis and Tony Gonzalez...Share Tweet
Regretful RavensMar 13Did the Baltimore Ravens make a mistake by letting so many key players leave for other teams? Brian Billick breaks down the current state of the team.
NFL Live OT: Ravens' Key LossesMar 13Bill Polian, Tedy Bruschi and Adam Schefter discuss the Ravens' key losses and question if this would have happened if they hadn't won the Super Bowl.
Lewis Savoring Super Bowl TitleMar 13Ray Lewis talks about the run to his second Super Bowl title and if he would have returned for another season if the Ravens lost Super Bowl XLVII.
State Of The RavensMar 13Ray Lewis discusses Joe Flacco's big contract, Baltimore's key offseason departures, and who will step up as the leader in the locker room.