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  • Ravens will garnish Bryant McKinnie's wages to repay debt

    Ravens will garnish Bryant McKinnie's wages to repay debt
    Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie will have 50 percent of his eligible wages garnished this season, according to a settlement he reached with Pro Player Funding. McKinnie owes the New York-based company more than $4.5 million for loans he took out to...
  • Ravens' Suggs, NFL players lend names to LGBT Pride shirts

    Ravens' Suggs, NFL players lend names to LGBT Pride shirts
    Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is among a group of football players who have put their names and jersey numbers on a T-shirt line that celebrates LGBT Pride Month. The NFL Players' Association has launched a One Team Pride Shirts T-shirt line meant...
  • Former Raven Ayanbadejo to edit sports-themed LGBT publication

    Former Raven Ayanbadejo to edit sports-themed LGBT publication
    Former Ravens linebacker and outspoken same-sex marriage advocate Brendon Ayanbadejo is turning his attention from playing time to publishing. Weeks after being released by the Super Bowl champions, Ayanbadejo announced today that he will serve as the...
  • Ravens sign WR Marcus Rivers, cut QB Dayne Crist

    Ravens sign WR Marcus Rivers, cut QB Dayne Crist
    The Ravens have signed former University of Buffalo wide receiver Marcus Rivers, according to a source. The Ravens released former University of Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist to create a roster spot for Rivers. Rivers is an imposing target at 6...
  • NFL officially moves 2014 draft to May

    NFL officially moves 2014 draft to May
    Citing a scheduling conflict at Radio City Music Hall, the NFL has shifted its traditional April draft to May for 2014. The draft will be conducted May 8 to May 10 in New York. The league made the change official today, but stated no decision has been...
  • Harbaugh says priority should be prepping rookies when considering offseason calendar changes

    Harbaugh says priority should be prepping rookies when considering offseason calendar changes
    The NFL plans to shift its annual draft into May next year because of a scheduling conflict at Radio City Music Hall, and the pending change could become a fixture in the offseason calendar. Why?  It's obvious that the league covets the television...
  • Ex-Hereford kicker Adam Yates trying to tee up an NFL opportunity

    Ex-Hereford kicker Adam Yates trying to tee up an NFL opportunity
    Memo to pro scouts watching Saturday's NFLPA Collegiate Bowl in Los Angeles: As for Adam Yates, what you see is what you get. There's not much video of the strong-legged kicker from Sparks. Yates, 22, will strut his stuff in a game that features lesser-...
  • Harbaugh on Ed Reed's $55,000 fine: 'The system is not perfect'

    Harbaugh on Ed Reed's $55,000 fine: 'The system is not perfect'
    With Ravens free safety Ed Reed being fined $55,000 for his unnecessary roughness penalty stemming from a hit on New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, coach John Harbaugh opined that there's still room for improvement in the NFL's discipline...
  • NFL games will bring economic boost to Maryland

    NFL games will bring economic boost to Maryland
    The Ravens and Redskins will host playoff games Sunday, about 30 miles and 31/2 hours apart. Hosting two of the NFL's four playoff games in Maryland offers something of an economic double shot for the state. The games bring an increase in local taxes,...
  • Lardarius Webb gives back at Boys and Girls Club of Baltimore

    Lardarius Webb gives back at Boys and Girls Club of Baltimore
    Cornerback Lardarius Webb and middle linebacker Ray Lewis have been two of the most involved players on the Ravens in terms of community service. Both players were voted NFL Players Association PULSE awards by their teammates in recognition of their...
  • Winners, losers in Tagliabue decision?

    Goodell wins, loses Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Roger Goodell was both the biggest loser and winner in Paul Tagliabue's bounty scandal ruling. Goodell's credibility has taken a huge hit over the course of this ordeal, and having his predecessor...
  • Ravens adding undrafted Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist

    Ravens adding undrafted Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist
    The Ravens are adding undrafted quarterback Dayne Crist to the roster, according to a source. The Ravens cut undrafted rookie Southeast Louisiana quarterback Nathan Stanley following their rookie minicamp. Crist is a 6-foot-4, 239-pound transfer...