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Kelly Gregg

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  • 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...
  • Which ex-Raven will have the biggest impact in Kansas City?

    Which ex-Raven will have the biggest impact in Kansas City?
    If it weren't meaningless in terms of wins and losses, Friday night's preseason affair with the Chiefs would have an interesting storyline as three former Ravens return to Baltimore. The final score doesn't matter, though, so Le'Ron McClain, Jared Gaither...
  • Pre-snap read: Ravens v. Chiefs

    Pre-snap read: Ravens v. Chiefs
    We’re eight days removed from the Ravens’ first preseason game, a sloppy 13-6 loss to the Eagles. The Ravens immediately addressed one issue the following day with the trade for wide receiver Lee Evans, but plenty of questions still remain...
  • Ravens notes: Chiefs give rookie CB Smith special attention

    Ravens notes: Chiefs give rookie CB Smith special attention
    Ravens fans apparently weren't the only ones anticipating rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith's debut at M&T Bank Stadium. The 27th overall pick of the draft in April, Smith got an NFL welcome from the Kansas City Chiefs, who targeted the Ravens' top pick...
  • Pernell McPhee could fill Ravens' rush order

    Pernell McPhee could fill Ravens' rush order
    Editor's note: This is the third in a series of profiles on Ravens draft picks whose first months as professionals have been disrupted by the NFL lockout. Coming next Sunday, Tyrod Taylor. When Pernell McPhee arrived on campus at Itawamba Community...
  • Ravens hit hard by new salary cap, cut four popular veterans

    Ravens hit hard by new salary cap, cut four popular veterans
    The city of Baltimore received a sobering reminder about the business side of professional football Monday when veterans Derrick Mason, Todd Heap, Willis McGahee and Kelly Gregg were informed by the Ravens that the team has decided to release them from...
  • Your turn: Which cut will be the deepest for the Ravens, fans?

    Shortly after Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith shook hands and the NFL lockout ended, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome issued a statement. "We will be making a number of roster moves in the next 48 hours that will free up salary cap space," he said....
  • Ravens cuts make it clear: Football is a business

    Ravens cuts make it clear: Football is a business
    The ink was barely dry on the new agreement between National Football League owners and players when word came out of Ravens headquarters that the team was releasing four popular players, including their two top receivers. Already the day the deed was...
  • Saying goodbye will be easier if Ravens made the right moves

    Saying goodbye will be easier if Ravens made the right moves
    On Tuesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh confirmed that the Ravens were releasing four veteran leaders who had contributed more than 1,000 catches, 100 touchdowns and 500 tackles combined to the franchise. But just because certain players sit atop...
  • Ravens agree to terms with Yanda

    Ravens agree to terms with Yanda
    As the four recently released Ravens walk out of team headquarters for perhaps the final time this week, they open the door for the team’s free-agent priority. The Ravens struck a deal with Marshal Yanda late Tuesday afternoon, agreeing to terms...
  • Ravens ready for drama of NFL season

    Ravens ready for drama of NFL season
    The NFL lockout’s over, but the labor dispute (can we really call football players “laborers”?) served as a perfect comedic backstory for the epic, near-cinematic drama of violence and tribal rivalry we know as the NFL season.  During...