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Ravens pay Lardarius Webb's $5 million option bonusCornerback is in second year of $50 million contractThe Ravens have paid cornerback Lardarius Webb his scheduled $5 million option bonus, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.Share TweetFormer Broncos pass rusher was released Friday after paperwork mixupThe Ravens hope to meet with former Denver Broncos star defensive end Elvis Dumervil following the league meetings this week, according to a league source with knowledge of the situatio…Share TweetPro Bowl kick returner gets his bonus after strong Super BowlThe Ravens have picked up Pro Bowl kick returner Jacoby Jones' $1 million roster bonus, according to a league source with knowledge of the situation.Share TweetMIAMI (Reuters) - National Football League wide receiver Donte' Stallworth suffered severe burns when a hot air balloon carrying him and his girlfriend hit power lines south of Miami on Saturday, the Miami Herald reported. Stallworth and the woman, who …Share Tweet
O's option top prospect Bundy to Double-AMLB.com Mar 16, 2013The Orioles on Saturday optioned right-hander Dylan Bundy, the club's top prospect, to Double-A. In addition, Baltimore optioned fellow righty Todd Redmond to Triple-A.Share TweetOWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) - Former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears has agreed to a two-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens.Share TweetESPN.com Mar 16, 2013Why would former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison want to go to the rival Baltimore Ravens? Why would he want to join a team that abruptly cut him in 2004? Well, millions of dollars always helps in ironing out relationships. But, with the R…Share Tweet
Don Banks: Which non-playoff teams helped themselves the most?Mar 16As Elvis Dumervil and the fax machine deadline debacle in Denver reminded us, the best-laid plans in free agency don't always produce the desired results. But some teams had better weeks than others as the NFL's shopping season opened. Free agency was e…