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2011 NFL Lockout

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Top 2011 NFL Lockout Articles

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  • NFL lockout expected to continue through weekend

    NFL lockout expected to continue through weekend
    Based on an apparent email from their union representatives to the players, labor peace in the NFL likely won't be reached this weekend. The memo, which was obtained by ESPN, informed players that they won't talk again until Monday to discuss "the...
  • Ravens fans get a chance to welcome new, old faces

    Ravens fans get a chance to welcome new, old faces
    On a night when three former Ravens return to M&T Bank Stadium, the spotlight will fall on four new starters making their home debut for the team. Wide receiver Lee Evans brings the promise of big plays. All-Pro fullback Vonta Leach and safety Bernard...
  • Fantasy Fodder: When should you draft Ravens players?

    Fantasy Fodder: When should you draft Ravens players?
    The great Baltimore earthquake of 2011 has come and gone, and now that we have been allowed back in the building on Calvert Street, I can get back to writing about important things. Like your fantasy football team. The NFL lockout altered the fantasy...
  • Ravens notebook: Birk plans to play in opener vs. Steelers

    Ravens notebook: Birk plans to play in opener vs. Steelers
    Ravens center Matt Birk expects to start against the Pittsburgh Steelers, barring any setbacks. Birk had surgery on his left knee Aug. 3, which has sidelined him for the first three preseason games. The six-time Pro Bowl player returned to practice...
  • Kris Wilson makes move toward third tight end spot

    Kris Wilson makes move toward third tight end spot
    Kris Wilson has become a favorite to land the third tight end spot on the Ravens after thinking earlier this month that he might not get another shot in the NFL. Wilson was released by the San Diego Chargers on July 28 and was without a team for 11...
  • Pre-snap read: Ravens-Steelers

    Pre-snap read: Ravens-Steelers
    The dress rehearsals are over. Sunday's season opener is the real deal. The Ravens and Steelers danced three times a year ago, and when they partner up again at M&T Bank Stadium, an early lead in the AFC North and plenty of bumps and bruises will be at...
  • Should the Orioles take pride in playing the spoiler role?

    Should the Orioles take pride in playing the spoiler role?
    The past couple of months, the last-place Orioles haven't played many meaningful games to those outside of the Baltimore clubhouse. The Ravens reclaimed the attention of most Baltimore sports fans the day the NFL lockout ended, and now that the trade...
  • Baltimore Ravens rebuilding on the fly: So far, so good

    Baltimore Ravens rebuilding on the fly: So far, so good
    It wasn’t a total renovation, but the Ravens began to rebuild on the fly as soon as the NFL lockout ended in July. One of three teams that have made at least three straight playoff appearances (the Colts and Eagles are the others), the Ravens...
  • Poly, Maryland grad LaQuan Williams has found his way with Ravens

    Poly, Maryland grad LaQuan Williams has found his way with Ravens
    The day before he got the phone call that he had been anticipating for months, LaQuan Williams' patience, tried and tested throughout his football-playing life, had just about run out. He was holding a part-time job at a Sherwin-Williams store in...
  • In new environment, McKinnie feels like old self

    In new environment, McKinnie feels like old self
    It's hard to appreciate just how large Bryant McKinnie truly is unless you've stood next to him. McKinnie weighs upward of 350 pounds and stands just three inches short of being seven feet tall. He's not fat, despite what you have heard. He's just...
  • Foxworth's focus was on improving player safety

    Foxworth's focus was on improving player safety
    From the beginning of the labor fight with NFL owners, the rallying cry for Domonique Foxworth focused on health and safety issues — protecting players from the inherent violence of the game. When the two sides finally raised a flag of truce...
  • Ravens players to hold unofficial workouts at Towson University

    A winning football team is finally coming to Towson University. It’s the Ravens -- well, 20 or so of the team's players -- who will be holding unofficial workouts on Towson’s campus later this month. Veteran receiver Derrick Mason organized...