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Ravens haven't missed out on much this offseason

Ravens haven't missed out on much this offseason

baltimoresun.com Updated Mar 15, 2013
Organization is playing the offseason just rightThe Ravens almost lost another key player in free agency.
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  • Ravens add depth with Marcus Spears

    Ravens add depth with Marcus Spears

    The Baltimore Ravens signed Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears to a two-year, $3.55 million contract, which continues a free-agent trend for Baltimore to upgrade the defensive line. The Ravens made it a priority earlier this week when they signe…
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  • Five for Friday: Potential free-agent replacements for the Rave…

    Five for Friday: Potential free-agent replacements for the Ravens

    baltimoresun.com Mar 15, 2013
    Five for Friday: Potential free-agent replacements for the Ravens
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  • Breaking down Cary Williams' $17 million Eagles deal

    Breaking down Cary Williams' $17 million Eagles deal

    baltimoresun.com Mar 15, 2013
    Cornerback got a $5 million signing bonus as he leaves RavensFormer Ravens starting cornerback Cary Williams' three-year $17 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles includes a $5 million signing bonus.
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  • Schefter: Reed to Houston '50-50 at best'

    Schefter: Reed to Houston '50-50 at best'

    A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the chances of safety Ed Reed signing with the Houston Texans is "50-50 at best" despite Houston pulling out all the stops on his visit. Schefter says there is a chance Reed could end up coming…
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  • Report: Dennis Pitta drawing interest from other teams

    Report: Dennis Pitta drawing interest from other teams

    The Ravens gave tight end Dennis Pitta a second-round tender before the start of free agency, which will force teams that want to sign Pitta to fork over a second-round pick for the right to do it. We’ll see if anyone is willing to buck recent trends an
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  • Brian Billick thinks the reshuffling Ravens will be OK

    Brian Billick thinks the reshuffling Ravens will be OK

    baltimoresun.com Mar 15, 2013
    Brian Billick was coach of the Ravens the last time the team had a chance to repeat as Super Bowl champions, so I was interested to hear his thoughts on what the Ravens are doing the second time around.
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  • Karina, Jacoby talk smack, stretch ahead of 'DWTS'

    Karina, Jacoby talk smack, stretch ahead of 'DWTS'

    baltimoresun.com Mar 15, 2013
    Pair get down to business of dance at Owings Mills JCCIn a bit of an ego blow to Ravens fans, Karina Smirnoff, a dancing professional who knows all about the cha-cha, the tango and the waltz, has never heard of "the squirrel."
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  • Bill Walton Made A Ray Lewis Limo Joke And Referenced Bill Simm…

    Bill Walton Made A Ray Lewis Limo Joke And Referenced Bill Simmons's Twitter Suspension On Tonight's ESPNU Broadcast

    deadspin.com Mar 15, 2013
    Bill Walton's on-air behavior has been consistently weird this college basketball season, and that didn't change tonight as broadcasting's biggest Grateful Dead fan launched into numerous questionable tangents during ESPNU's Pac-12 tournament coverage o…
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  • Video - How important is it for Baltimore to sign Ed Reed? 01:05

    How important is it for Baltimore to sign Ed Reed?

    Mar 15
    The Baltimore Ravens have lost a lot of starters in free agency. Heath Evans and Willie McGinest debate the importance of the Ravens keeping Ed Reed on the roster.
  • Video - Chances Ed Reed Signs With Texans 01:03

    Chances Ed Reed Signs With Texans

    Mar 15
    Adam Schefter weighs in on the odds that Ed Reed ends up signing with the Houston Texans.

Sports Columnists

  • 2013 NFL Free Agency -- The six million dollar men

    Mar 15
    Free agency in 2013 has been fast and furious, with big deals, lots of cuts and new coaches making multiple moves, writes John Clayton.