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  • Ravens draft Wake Forest WR Michael Campanaro (River Hill) in seventh round

    Ravens draft Wake Forest WR Michael Campanaro (River Hill) in seventh round
    As wide receiver Michael Campanaro left the Ravens’ offices in April after the organization’s annual local prospects workout, he had a gut feeling that it wouldn’t be his last time at team headquarters. Campanaro was correct in his...
  • Coffee Companion (5/21): Chris Davis doubles home run total in win

    Coffee Companion (5/21): Chris Davis doubles home run total in win
    I spent last night in Frederick watching the Keys almost get no-hit and being complimented by popular Internet folks. So that’s why I missed the Orioles game last night, and if anyone else was having similar experience, they can be glad for the...
  • Ravens have $5.488 million in salary cap space

    Ravens have $5.488 million in salary cap space
    The Ravens remain in a solid situation in terms of financial flexibility. With 88 players under contract, the Ravens have $5.488 million available under the NFL salary cap limit of $133 million. Only the top 51 salaries count against the cap during...
  • Ray Rice to address the media for the first time since February arrest

    Ray Rice to address the media for the first time since February arrest
    Ravens running back Ray Rice is scheduled to speak at a news conference Friday afternoon at the Under Armour Performance Center, his first public comments since he was arrested and ultimately charged with one count of aggravated assault following an...
  • Free speech not so free when discussing gay rights [Commentary]

    Free speech not so free when discussing gay rights [Commentary]
    Once, Social Security was the "third rail" of politics. Touch it and face political death. Now it is homosexuality. Criticize anything gay people do and you risk ostracism, fines, suspension or loss of your livelihood. Michael Sam, the first openly...
  • Ravens fullback Kyle Juszczyk excited about versatile role, compared to James Casey

    Ravens fullback Kyle Juszczyk excited about versatile role, compared to James Casey
    When the Ravens hired Gary Kubiak as their offensive coordinator in late January, a lot of conversations were devoted to how his playbook would emphasize the running game and getting the tight ends heavily involved in the passing game. Another...
  • Terrance West signs $2.796 million rookie deal with Cleveland Browns

    Terrance West signs $2.796 million rookie deal with Cleveland Browns
    Former Towson star running back Terrance West has signed his first NFL contract. The Cleveland Browns' rookie third-round draft pick's four-year deal is worth approximately $2.796 million and includes a $527,400 signing bonus, according to a source....
  • NCAA hoping for larger crowds as men's lacrosse Final Four returns to Baltimore

    NCAA hoping for larger crowds as men's lacrosse Final Four returns to Baltimore
    On Memorial Day 2007, the possibilities for lacrosse seemed limitless. A record 123,225 fans had flocked to M&T Bank Stadium that weekend to watch the NCAA men's championships, and they were rewarded with a thrilling final between local favorite Johns...
  • Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak throwing everything at Ravens

    Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak throwing everything at Ravens
    Standing in the middle of the Ravens' practice field Tuesday, offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak directed traffic by pointing his fingers and huddling frequently with quarterback Joe Flacco. The hiring of Kubiak in late January was a dramatic change...
  • Ravens president Dick Cass hopes Ray Rice is not judged by one incident

    Ravens president Dick Cass hopes Ray Rice is not judged by one incident
    Ravens running back Ray Rice moved closer to putting his legal woes behind him when he was accepted into a diversionary program that could help to clear his record of charges stemming from a physical altercation with his then-fiancee in a New Jersey...
  • Ravens RB Ray Rice apologizes to family, fans in first public comments since incident

    Ravens RB Ray Rice apologizes to family, fans in first public comments since incident
    In his first public comments since his February arrest following a physical altercation with his now wife, Ravens running back Ray Rice appeared emotional and uncomfortable as he apologized to fans, family members and the Ravens’ organization....
  • History shows Ray Rice may still face punishment from the NFL

    History shows Ray Rice may still face punishment from the NFL
    Now that Ravens running back Ray Rice has been accepted into a diversionary program that could allow him to eventually clear his record following a third-degree aggravated assault charge, but the NFL could still discipline the three-time Pro Bowl...