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  • Harbaugh on reduced Leach role: 'two-back foundation wasn't working'

    Harbaugh on reduced Leach role: 'two-back foundation wasn't working'
    Playing time dwindled for Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach this season when the Ravens offense scrapped the I-formation in favor of three-wide receiver sets. Over the final nine games, Leach averaged just 8.3 snaps per game. He played just a dozen snaps...
  • Retaining free agent corner Corey Graham among Ravens' priorities

    Retaining free agent corner Corey Graham among Ravens' priorities
    When the Ravens signed Corey Graham to a two-year, $4.204 million contract two years ago that included a $1.2 million signing bonus, they promised him a shot at a role beyond special teams. Two years later, the former Chicago Bears Pro Bowl special-...
  • After disappointing season, Ravens must gauge return on their priciest investments

    After disappointing season, Ravens must gauge return on their priciest investments
    The Ravens have maintained an expensive tradition of rewarding their top players with contracts that approach or exceed the gold standard as the highest in the NFL. Besides quarterback Joe Flacco's blockbuster $120.6 million contract signed in March...
  • Morgan State to announce Maryland assistant Lee Hull as head football coach

    Morgan State to announce Maryland assistant Lee Hull as head football coach
    Lee Hull, the wide receivers coach and a valuable recruiter for Maryland the past six seasons, will be introduced Thursday as the new head coach of Morgan State, according to the school. In hiring Hull, Morgan State is trying to transition to a new...
  • Ray Rice says he'll contemplate retirement when he turns 30

    Ray Rice says he'll contemplate retirement when he turns 30
    In the midst of a difficult season, Ravens running back Ray Rice acknowledged that he'll contemplate retirement when he turns 30 years old. The 26-year-old three-time Pro Bowl selection has rushed for just 605 yards on 197 carries, averaging a career-...
  • Ravens Notebook: Flacco questionable, but expected to play

    Ravens Notebook: Flacco questionable, but expected to play
    Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco made it through the final full practice of the week without further injuring his sprained left knee. Flacco, who practiced on a limited basis all week while wearing a brace on his left knee, was listed as questionable on...
  • Report: Terps assistant Lee Hull interviewed for Morgan State job

    Report: Terps assistant Lee Hull interviewed for Morgan State job
    Maryland wide receivers coach Lee Hull has interviewed with Morgan State for its vacant head coaching position, according to a report by CoachingSearch.com. In six seasons coaching Terps wide receivers, Hull has seen several of his pupils go to the NFL,...
  • Ngata starting to display signs of old, disruptive form

    Ngata starting to display signs of old, disruptive form
    Five games ago, Ravens veteran nose tackle Haloti Ngata was dealing with a sprained right knee troublesome enough that it forced him to miss a game. Since being sidelined for that Nov. 17 overtime loss to the Chicago Bears, the four-time Pro Bowl...
  • Ray Rice vows to come back strong, says 'I played through a lot this year'

    Ray Rice vows to come back strong, says  'I played through a lot this year'
    In the midst of his most difficult season, Ravens running back Ray Rice vowed that he'll rededicate himself during the offseason to try to regain his old form as one of the top all-purpose backs in the league. During a season where he battled a strained...
  • Former Md. State star Art Shell glad about accolade for his college career

    Former Md. State star Art Shell glad about accolade for his college career
    Art Shell was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989 after a 15-year playing career with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders. A native of Charleston, S.C., Shell is also a member of the South Carolina Sports Hall of Fame. Tonight in Atlanta,...
  • Off the field, Harry Swayne is the guide for Ravens players

    Off the field, Harry Swayne is the guide for Ravens players
    For Ravens players, Harry Swayne's office is unavoidable. It sits a couple of yards from a side entrance to the locker room and almost directly across from the lounge where players watch television, get haircuts or take naps during rare down time amid...
  • Yanda and Osemele give the Ravens an impressive guard tandem

    Yanda and Osemele give the Ravens an impressive guard tandem
    Individually, Ravens right offensive guard Marshal Yanda and left offensive guard Kelechi Osemele solidify their spots on the offensive line. Together, they represent arguably one of the top guard tandems in the league Yanda is so tough and stubborn...