From Derrick Mason to Anquan Boldin to Steve Smith, the Ravens have a history of acquiring big-name wide receivers late in their careers and benefiting from them having productive seasons. That’s why not long after the Houston Chronicle’s report last night that long-time Houston...
Ravens do not use the franchise tag
The Ravens released cornerback Victor Hampton on Monday, just a day after learning of his arrest on driving while impaired charges over the weekend in North Carolina.
At some point soon, probably within the next week, the Ravens will have to make a difficult decision on the future of standout defensive tackle Haloti Ngata.
Ravens cornerback Victor Hampton, who was signed to a reserve-future contract in January, was arrested Saturday in North Carolina and charged with driving while impaired.
There were really no major revelations in Tuesday's "State of the Ravens" news conference that featured team owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh.
When Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti last was in this setting five months ago, he vehemently defended the reputation of his organization and its handling of the Ray Rice situation. He was uncharacteristically nervous, stern and even a little agitated at times.
It was on Feb. 17 of last year when the Ravens officially agreed to a contract extension with outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, resolving one of their primary contract issues and providing themselves with some much-needed salary cap room heading into the free agency period.