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Ray Rice talks, tries to hustle up a little sympathy

Ray Rice talks, tries to hustle up a little sympathy

As Ray Rice tries to work his way back into the NFL, he’s trying to work up a little positive P.R. The former Ravens running back told Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun that the last year has been incredibly difficult for him (as opposed to how hard the…
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  • Report: Ravens reach two-year deal with Christo Bilukidi

    Report: Ravens reach two-year deal with Christo Bilukidi

    The Ravens have reportedly reached a deal with a player who could have been eligible for restricted free agency. The club has agreed to a two-year contract with defensive lineman Christo Bilukidi, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reported Friday. Biluk…
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  • Orioles Augment Drills With Fake Crowd Noise; Neighbors Call Th…

    Orioles Augment Drills With Fake Crowd Noise; Neighbors Call The Cops

    deadspin.com Feb 27 (yesterday)
    Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter came up with a fun new spring training drill by forcing his players to field pop-ups while piping loud-ass fake crowd noise through the stadium's PA system. Unfortunately, some sensitive baby called the cops on t…
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  • Chris Canty plans to play in 2015

    Chris Canty plans to play in 2015

    The Ravens released defensive end Chris Canty on Friday, a move that came a bit more than a month after Canty said he wasn’t sure if he would continue his NFL career for an 11th season. Canty has done some broadcasting work since the end of the season a…
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  • Why Ravens rank second in NFL in dead money

    Why Ravens rank second in NFL in dead money

    ESPN.com Feb 27 (yesterday)
    One reason why the Baltimore Ravens won't be able to do much in free agency is because of "dead money," which is the amount of space consumed by players no longer on the roster, whether they retired, were released or traded. The Ravens rank se…
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  • Adrian Amos' NFL draft diary: Chapter Four

    Adrian Amos' NFL draft diary: Chapter Four

    baltimoresun.com Feb 27 (yesterday)
    Editor's note: As Penn State free safety Adrian Amos gets ready for the NFL draft, the former Calvert Hall standout will be sharing details about his preparations with Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson. The 6-foot, 218-pound All-Big Ten Conference hon…
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  • Free-agent alternatives to Justin Forsett aren't enticing for R…

    Free-agent alternatives to Justin Forsett aren't enticing for Ravens

    ESPN.com Feb 27 (yesterday)
    All you have to do is start looking at the alternatives to figure out why running back Justin Forsett has become a priority for the Baltimore Ravens. The growing list of running backs who've been cut -- Steven Jackson joined Reggie Bush, DeAngelo Willia…
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  • Over past two years, Ravens one of NFL's highest-spending teams…

    Over past two years, Ravens one of NFL's highest-spending teams on player salaries

    baltimoresun.com Feb 26 (yesterday)
    The Ravens were one of the highest-spending teams in the NFL over the past two years on player salaries, investing a combined $252.25 million in contracts, according to NFL Players Association figures.
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  • Ubaldo tabbed for Grapefruit League opener

    Ubaldo tabbed for Grapefruit League opener

    MLB.com Feb 26 (2 days ago)
    Ubaldo Jimenez will start the Orioles' first Grapefruit League game on Tuesday in Lakeland, Fla., against the Detroit Tigers, manager Buck Showalter announced on Thursday.
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  • Only 15 players remain from Ravens' Super Bowl team

    Only 15 players remain from Ravens' Super Bowl team

    ESPN.com Feb 26 (2 days ago)
    The release of receiver-returner Jacoby Jones on Wednesday meant the Baltimore Ravens parted ways with another player from their championship past. Two years removed hoisting up the Lombardi Trophy, the Ravens only have 15 players currently under contra…
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  • Tight end Owen Daniels tells Ravens he wants to return for anot…

    Tight end Owen Daniels tells Ravens he wants to return for another season

    baltimoresun.com Feb 26 (2 days ago)
    When the Ravens signed tight end Owen Daniels to a one-year, $1 million contract last year, they did so with the idea that he would complement Dennis Pitta at the position.
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  • Video - Veteran DE Canty Released By Ravens 02:14

    Veteran DE Canty Released By Ravens

    Feb 27
    Field Yates discusses why the Ravens decided to cut veteran Chris Canty and whether the defensive end will land with another team.
  • Video - Ravens Cut Super Bowl Standout 01:57

    Ravens Cut Super Bowl Standout

    Feb 25
    ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley discusses why the Ravens cut Jacoby Jones and whether he will find another home in the NFL.
  • Video - Ravens' Bisciotti: 2014 Was 'Worst Year' As Owner 03:29

    Ravens' Bisciotti: 2014 Was 'Worst Year' As Owner

    Feb 24
    ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley discusses Steve Bisciotti's comments that off-field issues like the year-long Ray Rice scandal contributed to making 2014 his worst year since taking ownership of the team.
  • Video - "You Have Caught The Tater": Buck Showalter Joins Olbermann 07:07

    "You Have Caught The Tater": Buck Showalter Joins Olbermann

    Feb 20
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter joins Keith Olbermann to reveal the real reason behind the MLB rule changes: his bad knees.

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