This is the March 24, 2013 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
Elvis Dumervil is putting his seven seasons in Denver and one bizarre fax fiasco behind him after agreeing to a five-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Share TweetThe last time a player gave his team the “Dream Team” label, it didn’t work out well. But Ravens defensive lineman Arthur Jones isn’t worried about that. Asked about the Ravens’ acquisition of Elvis Dumervil, Jones echoed Vince Young’s infamouShare TweetWith one move Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens alleviated concern over the rebuilding of their defense and caused opposing quarterbacks to worry a little more. The Ravens agreed to terms on a five-year, $35 million contract with Elvis Dumervil on Sunday, be…Share TweetThe Ravens made some big news Sunday afternoon with the signing of Elvis Dumervil, but that’s hardly the only development involving pass rushers who recently signed with new teams. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that newly signed Seahawks defensive end M
Ravens stumble into Kruger replacementUpdated Mar 24 Share TweetWhen the Ravens lost linebacker Paul Kruger to the Browns, most shrugged and presumed that Baltimore believes 2013 second-rounder Courtney Upshaw is ready. Indeed, the team’s website trumpeted Upshaw’s ability to become a pass rusher in the wake of KrShare TweetThe Baltimore Ravens have been in existence since just 1996, but it's safe to say that if the franchise lasts another 100 years, safety Ed Reed will still be one of the few greatest players in the team's history. Reed signed a three-year contract with t…Share TweetThe Ravens have said goodbye to a lot of key players from their Super Bowl-winning team, decisions that have left some questioning General Manager Ozzie Newsome’s plan. Wide receiver Torrey Smith is not one of them. While Smith realizes what Anquan Bold
Dumervil Agrees With RavensMar 24Adam Schefter breaks down Elvis Dumervil's decision to sign with the Ravens.
Parting Shot: Ravens Open On The RoadMar 24John Saunders discusses why the Baltimore Ravens have no choice but to open their season on the road.
NFL mailbag - Tight salary cap squeezes loyaltyMar 24In this tight salary-cap economy, loyalty toward long-term leaders and veterans only goes to a certain limit, writes John Clayton.