• With new-look defense, Ravens' Dean Pees 'very, very pleased with the effort'

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jun 2, 2013
    A year ago, Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees was the new kid on the block. “I would never compare it,” defensive coordinator Dean Pees said yesterday. "There are a couple of things about OTAs," Pees said. As the Ravens finished their second week of organized team activities Friday afternoon, Pees, in his second year, appeared happy but exhausted. The Ravens still have a defense in transition. In are linebackers Elvis Dumervil and Arthur Brown, defensive linemen Chris Canty, Marcus Spears and Brandon Williams and safeties Michael Huff and Matt Elam, along with the inevitable questions about whether the team’s current defense will be better than its former one.
    • Dean Pees says Jameel McClain will regain starting job once he's cleared

      Ravens inside linebacker awaiting full medical clearance following spinal cord contusionOnce inside linebacker Jameel McClain gains full medical clearance, his old starting job awaits him.

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