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Report: Ravens reach two-year deal with Christo Bilukidi

The Ravens have reportedly reached a deal with a player who could have been eligible for restricted free agency. The club has agreed to a two-year contract with defensive lineman Christo Bilukidi, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reported Friday. Bilukidi (6-5, 320) appeared in four games as a reserve for Baltimore in 2014. The

30 Original Jokes About #TheDress

1. Good one. We see purple and black, if you were wondering. — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) February 27, 2015 2. Nice. The dress is red and black. — Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) February 27, 2015 3. Hah! Pretty sure the dress is purple and gold... Show More Summary

Cutting Chris Canty leaves void for Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens undoubtedly made the right business move Friday when the team released defensive end Chris Canty. It was a no-brainer from a salary-cap standpoint because Canty is a declining player at the age of 32, and the Ravens needed the $2.66 million of cap space created by cutting Canty. Show More Summary

Chris Canty plans to play in 2015

The Ravens released defensive end Chris Canty on Friday, a move that came a bit more than a month after Canty said he wasn’t sure if he would continue his NFL career for an 11th season. Canty has done some broadcasting work since the end of the season and looks forward to moving into that…

Ravens drop the axe on Chris Canty

Add defensive end Chris Canty to the list of newly unemployed veterans around the league. The Ravens announced Friday that they have released Canty, who joins wide receiver Jacoby Jones as newly minted members of the former Ravens club. Canty missed time with wrist and ankle injuries in 2014 and finished the season with 33…

Chris Canty Released by Ravens: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

On Friday, the Baltimore Ravens announced the release of defensive end Chris Canty. He spent the past two years with the team after previous stints with the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants. Garrett Downing of the team's official...Show More Summary

Why Ravens rank second in NFL in dead money

One reason why the Baltimore Ravens won't be able to do much in free agency is because of "dead money," which is the amount of space consumed by players no longer on the roster, whether they retired, were released or traded. The Ravens rank second in the NFL with $12.5 million in dead money, trailing only the Detroit Lions ($17.3 million). Show More Summary

Next Up: Raven Sorvino

13 hours agoMusic / Hip Hop & Rap : Nah Right

From Roxanne Shanté and Queen Latifah to today’s crop women have always been a part of hip-hop culture. Some of current day hip-hop’s women receiving the most notable attention often yield more controversy than memorable music. Take Iggy Azalea for example. Or Nicki Minaj. Or even Azealia Banks. Many rap critics find themselves asking, “Where […]

Steven Wilson: Hand. Cannot. Erase.

21 hours agoMusic / Jazz : All About Jazz

Sometimes you never can tell. When British singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Steven Wilson released the old school progressive rock record The Raven That Refused to Sing (And Other Stories) (Kscope, 2013), who knew that it would not only turn out to be his best-selling album since walking...

Baltimore Ravens Rumors: Haloti Ngata Could Be Cut, Colts Interested In Picking Him Up

The Baltimore Ravens are rumored to be nearing a big decision on Haloti Ngata, with contract talks nearing a tipping point that could mean either a new deal or an outright release for the big defensive lineman. The Ravens are reportedly...Show More Summary

What Can Jacoby Jones Still Offer NFL Teams?

When NFL teams cut players at this time of year, it’s usually for salary-cap reasons. The Baltimore Ravens terminated the contract of wide receiver and return man Jacoby Jones on Wednesday, but they saved very little in the process.Show More Summary

Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome not considering retirement

Ozzie Newsome has been running the Ravens' personnel department since 2002. And that won't change anytime soon, at least to hear him tell it.

Ravens owner: Mike Wallace a cautionary tale for Torrey Smith

The two players were very similar through the first four years of their respective careers.

Is Raven Symone Back?

Are you as excited for Raven Symone’s comeback as everyone else is? The former Disney star completely stunned everyone when she made showed up on Empire recently. On the show, her character showed up and announced that Jamal (JussieShow More Summary

News: Net Neutrality, Raven, Ice Music, Zelda Williams, D.C. Pot

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

"No one—whether government or corporate—should control free open access to the Internet," said Federal Communications Chair Chair Tom Wheeler today after the FCC approved net neutrality in a 3-2 vote. Turns out Andrew "I don't like mens no more" Caldwell...

Baltimore Ravens: Latest Free-Agency News and Rumors

Following the NFL Scouting Combine, free agency is the next big event on the offseason schedule. It won't be long before teams can start negotiating contracts with impending free agents on March 7, then begin signing players on March...Show More Summary

Only 15 players remain from Ravens' Super Bowl team

The release of receiver-returner Jacoby Jones on Wednesday meant the Baltimore Ravens parted ways with another player from their championship past. Two years removed hoisting up the Lombardi Trophy, the Ravens only have 15 players currently under contract from their Super Bowl 53-man roster. Show More Summary

Jarret Johnson's lasting mark on Ravens

Here is my belated piece on linebacker Jarret Johnson, a longtime Baltimore Ravens linebacker who announced his retirement Tuesday. Jarret Johnson probably falls short in seeing his name placed into the Ravens' Ring of Honor, but that...Show More Summary

Cutting Jacoby Jones shows Ravens don't pay for past performance

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti once said the successful teams are the ones who pay players for what they can do in the future and not for what they did in the past. The Ravens backed up those words Wednesday when they announced...Show More Summary

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