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  • NFL considering rule to penalize use of racial slur

    NFL considering rule to penalize use of racial slur
    The NFL is considering adopting a rule where players would be penalized for using language that crosses the line. Specifically, the language initiative would penalize players to get them to stop using the N word on the field. A 15-yard penalty would...
  • Tough decisions await the Ravens with franchise tag

    Tough decisions await the Ravens with franchise tag
    The NFL's annual offseason free agent spending spree won't officially get underway until March 11, but the Ravens will have a $6.7 million decision to make within the next couple of weeks. Or is it an $11.5 million decision? The Ravens' evaluation...
  • A productive offseason hinges on whether the Ravens, Suggs can reach an agreement

    A productive offseason hinges on whether the Ravens, Suggs can reach an agreement
    The line in the sand has to be drawn soon. For the Ravens to be successful in the offseason, a top priority is getting Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs to agree to a contract extension, freeing up some salary cap room to sign other players....
  • Nate Burleson and Louis Delmas the type of players Ravens will likely be interested in

    Nate Burleson and Louis Delmas the type of players Ravens will likely be interested in
    The Ravens surely took note Thursday when the Detroit Lions released veteran wide receiver Nate Burleson and veteran safety Louis Delmas to free up salary cap space before the start of free agency. Those two could potentially be the style of players...
  • Ed Reed had $50,000 stolen from him in Houston, according to report

    Ed Reed had $50,000 stolen from him in Houston, according to report
    Former Ravens safety Ed Reed is an apparent victim of a crime. Reed was had $50,000 stolen from him in Houston, according to Local 2 News in Houston. According to the report, Houston police are looking for someone who broke the window of the former...
  • Ravens' Rice knocked fiancee unconscious, police say

    Ravens' Rice knocked fiancee unconscious, police say
    Ravens running back Ray Rice knocked his fiancee unconscious in an altercation at an Atlantic City casino over the weekend, according to a complaint filed by police, who said Wednesday that they have referred the case to county prosecutors for review....
  • Ex-Ravens RB Ricky Williams' football odyssey takes him to China

    Ex-Ravens RB Ricky Williams' football odyssey takes him to China
    The football life of former NFL running back Ricky Williams, who played the final season of his career in Baltimore, has been an adventure. The latest stop on his journey is China, where he is part of the coaching staff that is training a group of Chinese...
  • John Harbaugh says Ravens would be accepting of Michael Sam

    John Harbaugh says Ravens would be accepting of Michael Sam
    INDIANAPOLIS — Since Missouri defensive end Michael Sam announced last Sunday that he's gay, he's instantly become one of the most high-profile NFL draft prospects. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Friday that the team would have no issues...
  • The fall has come quickly for Rice

    The fall has come quickly for Rice
    Few pro athletes have fallen out of favor so quickly in Baltimore as Ravens running back Ray Rice. There have been others who came to town with troubled reputations and lived up to them, and others who came with athletic promise and fell because of...
  • John Harbaugh says he expects Ray Rice to remain with Ravens following arrest

    John Harbaugh says he expects Ray Rice to remain with Ravens following arrest
    INDIANAPOLIS — As Ravens running back Ray Rice continues to deal with the legal fallout from his arrest at an Atlantic City, N.J., casino, his job apparently remains secure. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Friday at the NFL scouting combine that...
  • NFL to review Ray Rice case under personal conduct policy, source says

    NFL to review Ray Rice case under personal conduct policy, source says
    Ravens running back Ray Rice's arrest and charge of simple assault-domestic violence in Atlantic City will be reviewed by the league under the NFL personal-conduct policy, according to a league source. Under the policy, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell...
  • As Super Bowl week kicks off, it's tough for Baltimore to pick sides

    As Super Bowl week kicks off, it's tough for Baltimore to pick sides
    Let's just stipulate that — for Baltimore football fans — nothing that happens over the next week is going to compare with last year's gloam in the Dome, but that doesn't mean anyone will be able to ignore the buildup to Super Sunday....