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  • Ravens see two starters leave in free agency, brace to possibly lose Grubbs

    Ravens see two starters leave in free agency, brace to possibly lose Grubbs
    The Ravens have long prided themselves on their organizational depth and their teamwide philosophy of "Next man up," believing no injury and no defection big enough to challenge their status as one of the league's elite teams. That mindset will seemingly...
  • A few observations after 40 hours of free agency

    A few observations after 40 hours of free agency
    We’re about 40 hours into the NFL free agent period and the Ravens have lost two starters on defense (Jarret Johnson and Cory Redding), learned that two of their other free agents are visiting other cities (Ben Grubbs and Haruki Nakamura) and have...
  • Ravens lose their rock in Jarret Johnson

    Ravens lose their rock in Jarret Johnson
    The Ravens let a good one get away yesterday when Jarret Johnson signed a four-year deal with the San Diego Chargers. Sure, that's business in the NFL, where the start of the free agency period tends to take on all the calm of the opening bell on Wall...
  • Grubbs agrees to deal with Saints, leaves Ravens with another hole

    Grubbs agrees to deal with Saints, leaves Ravens with another hole
    The Ravens’ stated offseason priority of bolstering their offensive line just got a little more difficult. Ben Grubbs, one of the group’s top performers, signed a long-term deal with the New Orleans Saints, the team announced. The deal is...
  • Which remaining free agents might fit with Ravens?

    Which remaining free agents might fit with Ravens?
    We’re 48 hours into free agency, and the Ravens have got just one player -- linebacker Chavis Williams, who played five games for them in 2011 -- to sign on the dotted line. But around the NFL, many of the top unrestricted free agents have come...
  • Ravens left scrambling for offensive linemen

    The Ravens were several hours into trying to recruit Ben Grubbs' potential replacement when they learned Thursday morning that their Pro Bowl left guard had reached a long-term agreementon with the New Orleans Saints. Team officials knew his departure...
  • Free-agent safety Nakamura to sign with Panthers

    Free-agent safety Nakamura to sign with Panthers
    On Friday morning, safety Haruki Nakamura became the latest Ravens free agent to sign elsewhere, agreeing to terms with the Carolina Panthers. He is the fourth of the team’s 12 unrestricted free agents -- and the third member of a Ravens defense...
  • Preston: Ravens would really feel loss of McClain

    Preston: Ravens would really feel loss of McClain
    The Ravens have lost three starters in free agency, but it's nothing to have major concerns about. Now, if they lose inside linebacker Jameel McClain, it might be time to get a little nervous. The departure of left guard Ben Grubbs to New Orleans was a...
  • Another update: Zbikowski officially signs in Indy

    Another update: Zbikowski officially signs in Indy
    Former Ravens safety Tom Zbikowski officially joined the Indianapolis Colts today. Zbikowksi's agent, Ralph Cindrich tweeted today that his client has agreed to terms on a three-year deal with the Colts, who are coached by former Ravens defensive...
  • Ravens bring back veteran Matt Birk on three-year deal

    Ravens bring back veteran Matt Birk on three-year deal
    As the Ravens await word on whether free agent left guard Evan Mathis will accept their multi-year offer, they addressed one spot on their offensive line Friday, agreeing in principle to a three-year deal with veteran center Matt Birk that is pending a...
  • Ravens host free agent Mark Anderson for visit

    Ravens host free agent Mark Anderson for visit
    Free agent defensive end Mark Anderson, who had 12 1/2 sacks in 19 games for the New England Patriots last season, was at the Ravens complex in Owings Mills today to meet with team officials, according to league sources. It's unclear if the Ravens made...
  • Signing Graham makes perfect sense for Ravens

    Signing Graham makes perfect sense for Ravens
    Signing Pro Bowl special teams player Corey Graham from the Chicago Bears is a classic Baltimore Ravens move: He bolsters a major weakness for the Ravens, can also play nickel back and likely came at the right price. Think Haruki Nakamura and Chris Carr,...