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Baltimore Ravens' Top Remaining Offseason Priorities

The Baltimore Ravens enjoyed a great start to the offseason, signing good players to better contracts, but the roster still isn’t complete. General manager Ozzie Newsome has five key areas to focus on, and we’re going to rank them in...Show More Summary

Complete Ravens 7-Round Mock Draft for 2014

The Baltimore Ravens have eight picks in the NFL draft this year and nearly as many pressing roster needs. The question is whether they will be able to meet those needs successfully by picking the right players at the right time. This...Show More Summary

Projecting Baltimore Ravens' Depth Chart After Peak of Free Agency

The Baltimore Ravens were active in free agency, although they only made one splash by bringing in a player from outside the organization: Steve Smith. There will be more additions if general manager Ozzie Newsome finds the “right player,...Show More Summary

Baltimore Ravens: 3 Creative Moves Ozzie Newsome Should Make on Draft Day

The Baltimore Ravens are coming off a disappointing 2013 season, but a good draft this year could help them rebound quickly in 2014. After winning the Super Bowl the previous year, Baltimore slipped to 8-8 and missed the playoffs in 2013. General manager Ozzie Newsome will do his best to ensure that doesn't happen again in 2014. Show More Summary

6 Baltimore Ravens Players Who Should See Their Roles Expand in 2014

The Baltimore Ravens still have more additions to make but for the team to truly bounce back from a disappointing season they need some of their young players to develop. Based on the moves that have already occurred, it’s clear that...Show More Summary

Large group of Oakland Raiders coaches check out Cal’s pro day

Representatives from 17 NFL teams — including a large contingent of Oakland Raiders coaches, as well as linebacker coaches from the Baltimore Ravens and Minnesota Vikings — were present for California’s pro day on March 18, when 15 players worked out outdoors on FieldTurf in 75-degree temperatures. Show More Summary

The Monday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by thistles.Recommended Reading:Jess: [Content Note: Domestic violence; violence apologia] The Baltimore Ravens and Domestic AbuseTressie: [CN: Racism] A Nasty Piece of Cornbread: Chait, Coates, and White...Show More Summary

Secondary still a top priority for Rams

The St. Louis Rams said goodbye to cornerback Cortland Finnegan early in free agency, releasing him in a move that will save them $7 million in salary-cap space. Safety Darian Stewart signed with the Baltimore Ravens. Fellow safety Matt...Show More Summary

Torrey Smith thinks Joe Flacco gets unfair criticism

There’s been some talk in the Baltimore media that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is not sufficiently committed to being an NFL quarterback 365 days a year, as evidenced by his supposed failure to organize offseason workouts with his wide receivers. One of those receivers says that criticism is unfair. Ravens receiver Torrey Smith told reporters…

Ray Rice Marries Janay Palmer One Day After Indictment For Assaulting Her

It seems at least one person has forgiven Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for assaulting his fiancee. Namely, his fiancee, Janay Palmer. Rice and Palmer got married over the weekend, despite a whirlwind of negative press surrounding...Show More Summary

Ravens’ Ray Rice Marries Fiancee After Indictment in her Assault

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice married his longtime fiancée, Janay Palmer, Friday, just a day after he was indicted on third-degree assault charges for reportedly knocking her unconscious during an incident last month, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Ray Rice Weds Fiancée Day After Indictment For Knocking Her Out Cold

Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens All Pro running back, on Thursday learned that he faced up to five years in prison on a third-degree aggravated assault charge stemming from a February 15 incident in an Atlantic City casino, when he allegedly kocked his fiancée, Janay Palmer, out cold and dragged her limp body from an...

Ray Rice Gets Marries Despite Assuault Charges

Baltimore Ravens Ray Rice married Janay Palmer just days after being indicted for third-degree assault Ray Rice Gets Marries Despite Assuault Charges - -

Ravens' Rice marries woman he's accused of assaulting: report

It’s official: Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and fiancee Janay Palmer aren’t feuding. In fact, they’re married. Rice and Palmer tied the knot on Friday, according to reports, just one day after Rice was indicted by a grand jury.

Brandon Spikes lashes out on Ray Rice

Buffalo Bills linebacker Brandon Spikes became the first NFL player to publicly criticize Ray Rice since the Baltimore Ravens running back was arrested for allegedly striking his then-fiancee unconscious. Spikes' criticism began after...Show More Summary

Breaking Down Baltimore Ravens' Secondary Offseason Needs

Earlier in the week, I broke down the biggest needs still facing the Baltimore Ravens this offseason. Now, I’ll delve further into the areas of the depth chart that general manager Ozzie Newsome needs to focus on and how he’ll go about...Show More Summary

Taking a Look at the Safeties the Ravens Could Draft to Replace James Ihedigbo

The Baltimore Ravens weren't able to keep strong safety James Ihedigbo on the roster, with the six-year veteran agreeing to a contract with the Detroit Lions which the Ravens chose not to match. Ihedigbo, Pro Football Focus' 16th-ranked...Show More Summary

Ray Rice Indicted for Assault Against Fiancée

A grand jury has indicted Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice on third-degree aggravated assault for allegedly knocking his fiancée unconscious last month after an altercation at a casino in Atlantic City, N.J.

Ray Rice Indicted on Aggravated Assault Charge

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was formally indicted by a grand jury in Atlantic City, N.J. on one count of aggravated assault on Thursday, police have confirmed. The indictment stemmed from an alleged physical altercation with his fiancee at the Revel Casino Hotel on Feb. Show More Summary

John Harbaugh still thinks Steve Smith has something left

After 13 seasons with the Carolina Panthers, wide receiver Steve Smith will be putting on a different uniform for the first time in his career this fall. Smith signed with the Baltimore Ravens earlier this month after being released by the Panthers. Panthers head coach Ron Rivera believes that after 13 years in the NFL,…

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