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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell tried to bully them in their own sandbox, but the Baltimore Orioles will not be moved. As a result, the Baltimore Ravens will open their season on the road. On Friday, the Orioles denied Goodell's heavy handed request to m…Upvote Share Tweet
Johnson, Jurrjens get high marks for latest effortsMLB.com Updated Mar 22, 2013Jair Jurrjens threw five scoreless innings following Orioles starter Steve Johnson, and manager Buck Showalter raved about Jurrjens' performance following Friday's 6-3 win over the Rays.Upvote Share TweetWhen the news broke that the Baltimore Ravens are opening the 2013 season on the road, you had to wonder what did they do to anger the football gods. For five weeks in the postseason, everything went right for the Ravens. For the past two weeks, everyth…Upvote Share TweetReed: "Eleven years is a great book and the way it ended, you can't write a better script."The sight couldn’t have been easy for Ravens fans: Ed Reed wearing a Houston Texans’ hat and later holding up a blue No. 20 jersey.Upvote Share TweetWe’ve heard plenty about interest from the Broncos, Ravens and Steelers in signing defensive end Elvis Dumervil since the Broncos put Dumervil on the market after the fax machine’s most high-profile moment in at least a decade. Mike Klis of the DenverUpvote Share TweetA look at whether each AFC North team has been a winner or a loser in free agency. Baltimore Ravens: Losers. No debate here. The Super Bowl champions have been among the biggest losers in free agency. The Ravens have parted ways with seven starters (inc…Upvote Share Tweet
Ed Reed: By the numbersA look back at Ed Reed's career with the Ravens: 1 -- Super Bowl ring, which Reed won in his hometown of New Orleans last month. 4 -- Career blocked punts, three of which have been returned for touchdowns. 7 -- Consecutive trips to the Pro Bowl, includi…Upvote Share Tweet
Though focused on draft, Ravens still hope for a couple free-agent bargainsbaltimoresun.com Updated Mar 22, 2013Ravens officials made it clear at this week’s NFL meetings that their primary focus over the next month is not what remains on the free-agent market.Upvote Share Tweet
Brendon Ayanbadejo speaks outMar 22Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo joins "NFLAM" to discuss his efforts to improve gay rights in the NFL and across the country, as well as changes to the Ravens' defense.
Ed Reed 1-on-1 as a Houston TexanMar 22Houston Texan safety Ed Reed talks with Andrew Siciliano shortly after his introductory press conference with the team.
Ed Reed Signs With TexansMar 22Adam Schefter discusses Ed Reed's three-year, $15 million deal with the Texans.
Ravens Offer Dumervil A ContractMar 22Herm Edwards discusses Baltimore's plans for the 2013 NFL draft and the report that the Ravens offered DE Elvis Dumervil a contract.