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  • The Sun Remembers: June 23-29

    The Sun Remembers: June 23-29
    June 26, 1982: "I'm hoping for a long future in Baltimore," quarterback Art Schlichter says after signing with the Colts. Schlichter, from Ohio State and the fourth player taken in the 1982 NFL draft, will play three games for the Colts before being...
  • Ravens' salary-cap update: $6.2 million available once Vonta Leach is cut or traded

    Ravens' salary-cap update: $6.2 million available once Vonta Leach is cut or traded
    The pending departure of Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach from the Ravens' roster via trade or release will create an additional $3 million in salary-cap space that will bring the Super Bowl champions $6.2 million under the NFL salary cap of $123 million....
  • 13 Ravens opponents in 13 days: Buffalo Bills

    13 Ravens opponents in 13 days: Buffalo Bills
    In eager anticipation of the 2013 NFL season, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will take a daily look at one of the 13 opponents on the Ravens’ regular-season schedule. Today is the Buffalo Bills. After starting the regular season...
  • My twelve must-follows for Ravens fans on Twitter

    My twelve must-follows for Ravens fans on Twitter
    I am a big believer that you can tell a lot about a person based on whom they choose to follow on Twitter. My Twitter feed is a blur of football players, NFL analysts, beat reporters, and other sports personalities (plus the occasional swimsuit model),...
  • Tavon Austin dealing with stresses of fame, pending fortune

    Tavon Austin dealing with stresses of fame, pending fortune
    When former Dunbar star Tavon Austin signs his rookie contract with the St. Louis Rams, the Baltimore native will suddenly become a rich man. The former West Virginia wide receiver is slated for a deal worth roughly $12.668 million that includes a...
  • Former Ravens first-rounder Mark Clayton retiring

    Former Ravens first-rounder Mark Clayton retiring
    Former Ravens wide receiver Mark Clayton is retiring from the NFL. Clayton, 30, battled numerous injuries that ended his career after seven seasons, finishing with 260 receptions for 3,448 yards and 14 touchdowns. He last played in an NFL game two years...
  • The Last Word with Kevin Dorsey

    The Last Word with Kevin Dorsey
    With the 18th pick in the seventh round of last month’s NFL draft, the first – and only – Maryland football player went off the board. Kevin Dorsey, whose long wait ended two Saturdays ago with a call from the Green Bay Packers, is set...
  • Kenny Tate invited to try out for Eagles

    Kenny Tate invited to try out for Eagles
    Former University of Maryland safety Kenny Tate has been invited to the Philadelphia Eagles' rookie minicamp on a tryout basis. A former All-Atlantic Coast Conference safety, Tate went undrafted after a history of issues with a left knee that...
  • Ravens' salary cap update: $1.695 million available

    Ravens' salary cap update: $1.695 million available
    The Ravens are $1.695 million under the NFL salary cap limit of $123 million. That's after the Super Bowl champions finalized a two-year contract for offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie with a base value of $6.3 million that includes a $2 million signing...
  • Ravens sticking with the post-Super Bowl blueprint

    Ravens sticking with the post-Super Bowl blueprint
        Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome always talks about taking the best player available, but the early picks in this year's NFL draft have fit perfectly into the blueprint that he laid out during the team's postseason news conference in early February.    ...
  • With a new group of talent, Ravens don't need problems with Rolando McClain

    With a new group of talent, Ravens don't need problems with Rolando McClain
    The Ravens repopulated their defense during the first four rounds of the NFL draft and found several high-quality players to help fill the biggest holes remaining on a defensive unit that lost six key contributors during the team's post-Super Bowl...
  • Ravens make offensive pick in fourth round, wrap up draft with defensive depth

    Ravens make offensive pick in fourth round, wrap up draft with defensive depth
    When the three-day NFL draft was finally nearing its end and the Ravens had made the last of their 10 selections, general manager Ozzie Newsome headed downstairs and ticked off all the things that the front office had just accomplished. They had...