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  • Former Cardinals RB Beanie Wells worked out with Ravens, source says

    Former Cardinals RB Beanie Wells worked out with Ravens, source says
    The Ravens worked out former Arizona Cardinals starting running back Beanie Wells on Tuesday, according to a league source.
  • Bernard Scott remains on Ravens' radar, Wells got hurt during tryout

    Bernard Scott remains on Ravens' radar, Wells got hurt during tryout
    The Ravens have maintained their interest in former Cincinnati Bengals running back Bernard Scott two weeks after he worked out for the team, according to sources. Although no deal has been reached yet, the Ravens are expected to add a third running...

    Ravens sign former Cincinnati Bengals RB Bernard Scott

    Ravens sign former Cincinnati Bengals RB Bernard Scott
    The Ravens signed former Cincinnati Bengals running back Bernard Scott on Monday, adding speed and fresh legs to their backfield. Scott, a 2009 sixth-round draft pick by the Bengals, was released from the team’s reserve physically unable to...

    What they're saying about the Ravens

    What they're saying about the Ravens
    A collection of what other media outlets are saying as the Ravens prepare to play on the road against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. * In USA Today's midseason report card, Lindsay H. Jones gives the Ravens a "C" for their performance in the first...

    Bears' O-line holds up against blitz

    Bears' O-line holds up against blitz
    On Monday, what stood out about the Bears' performance on Sunday is the pass protection held up both in terms of recognition and execution against an aggressive, accomplished blitzing team. Arizona defensive coordinator Ray Horton sent more than four...