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  • Throwback Thursday: Todd Heap signs autographs for Ravens fans

    Throwback Thursday: Todd Heap signs autographs for Ravens fans
    We have countless awesome sports photos in the archives here at The Baltimore Sun, and I have decided to share one with you each week in a regular feature called "Throwback Thursday." The Ravens announced Tuesday that they were releasing four prominent...
  • Short-handed Ravens open practice with new look

    Short-handed Ravens open practice with new look
    Joe Flacco threw a touchdown pass to wide receiver James Hardy instead of Derrick Mason. Ray Lewis lined up behind nose tackle Terrence Cody instead of Kelly Gregg. And Ray Rice ran behind fullback Jason McKie instead of Le'Ron McClain. Is this just an...
  • Ravens re-sign cornerback Chris Carr

    Ravens re-sign cornerback Chris Carr
    The Ravens re-signed cornerback Chris Carr on Saturday, reducing the sting of losing a string of their own free agents this week. No one was happier than Carr himself. He broke the news, announcing that he signed a four-year contract with the Ravens....
  • Kelly Gregg opts for new start in Kansas City

    Kelly Gregg opts for new start in Kansas City
    The Ravens were interested in keeping nose tackle Kelly Gregg, but they couldn't match an offer from the Kansas City Chiefs. Gregg reportedly will earn twice as much with the Chiefs than he would have with the Ravens, who were offering him $1.5 million....
  • Gregg has 'nothing to say but great things about the Ravens'

    Gregg has 'nothing to say but great things about the Ravens'
    Kelly Gregg, the second-leading tackler in Ravens history, said there are no hard feelings in parting ways with the team. Gregg signed a one-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs after the Ravens released him Thursday. The Ravens created $3.5 million...
  • Without Ravens, fans not flocking to Westminster

    Without Ravens, fans not flocking to Westminster
    The three weeks when the Baltimore Ravens typically train in Westminster is a time for this Carroll County city to revive itself from the dog days of summer and get ready for the return of students to McDaniel College. But these days the downtown area is...
  • Ravens' Grubbs not worried about ankle

    Ravens' Grubbs not worried about ankle
    Ben Grubbs, the Ravens' starting left guard, said he isn't concerned about having had two surgeries on the same ankle over the past three years. "I've been playing injured for two years," said Grubbs, who is on the physically-unable-to-perform list....
  • Cody steps in as Ravens' starting nose guard

    Cody steps in as Ravens' starting nose guard
    Longtime run stopper Kelly Gregg is officially gone and Terrence Cody is undeniably the man in the middle, latest in a line of nose guards who play traffic cop for the Ravens. Built more like the massive Tony Siragusa than the shorter Gregg, Cody had...
  • Ravens notebook: Foxworth says knee 'doesn't feel great'

    Ravens notebook: Foxworth says knee 'doesn't feel great'
    It wouldn't be much of a stretch to say Domonique Foxworth is a pretty positive guy. But his surgically repaired knee is testing the limits of the Ravens cornerback's good-natured manner. Foxworth, who underwent surgery last August to repair a torn...
  • Birk out three to four weeks, but he's still in line to be Ravens' center

    Birk out three to four weeks, but he's still in line to be Ravens' center
    Starting center Matt Birk is out three to four weeks after having minor knee surgery, and Casey Rabach won't be joining the Ravens after failing his physical. But don't expect the Ravens to go after Olin Kreutz or Shaun O'Hara. "Matt will be our...
  • The Ravens' receiver plan sure blew up in their faces, didn't it?

    The Ravens' receiver plan sure blew up in their faces, didn't it?
    In a recent item on Pro Football Talk, Mike Florio wrote that the Ravens' free-agency gamble -- releasing veterans Willis McGahee, Todd Heap, Derrick Mason and Kelly Gregg -- blew up on them. Each player opted to sign elsewhere instead of staying here...