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  • Graham leaves Ravens, agrees to terms with Buffalo Bills

    Graham leaves Ravens, agrees to terms with Buffalo Bills
    The Ravens know how important Corey Graham was to their defense and special teams units the past two years, which is why they maintained interest in re-signing the veteran cornerback.   However, Graham was looking for other opportunities and a chance...
  • Ravens' news, notes and opinions on the start of free agency

    Ravens' news, notes and opinions on the start of free agency
    When the free-agent market officially opens at 4 p.m. today, it isn’t expected to be long before the top available offensive tackles – Branden Albert (Glen Burnie), Jared Velheer and Rodger Saffold – have new homes. But what about Eugene...
  • If he leaves, Corey Graham might not be so easy for Ravens to replace

    If he leaves, Corey Graham might not be so easy for Ravens to replace
    Corey Graham exceeded the expectations of just about everyone beyond himself and the Ravens after he signed as a free agent two offseasons ago. He had been a special teams standout for the Chicago Bears before joining the Ravens, who promised him a chance...
  • Ravens have $24.929 million in salary-cap space; Monroe could test free agency

    Ravens have $24.929 million in salary-cap space; Monroe could test free agency
    As the Ravens continue to haggle with left offensive tackle Eugene Monroe in negotiations that, according to sources, remain far apart, they are $24.929 million under the NFL salary-cap limit of $133 million. They have the 10th most salary-cap space...
  • NFL salary-cap limit rises to $133 million

    NFL salary-cap limit rises to $133 million
    The NFL salary cap limit is approximately $133 million for the 2014 fiscal year, according to the NFL Players Association. It's an increase of $10 million from last year. Teams are allowed to carry over their salary cap space from last year, and the...
  • After cutting Vonta Leach and Jameel McClain, Ravens roughly $26 million under salary cap

    After cutting Vonta Leach and Jameel McClain, Ravens roughly $26 million under salary cap
    The Ravens have carved out more salary-cap breathing room by terminating the contracts of veteran fullback Vonta Leach and inside linebacker Jameel McClain on Thursday, creating $4.95 million in salary cap space. With the salary cap now projected to...
  • Osemele will be ready for offseason program, Harbaugh says

    Osemele will be ready for offseason program, Harbaugh says
    Ravens offensive guard Kelechi Osemele has made enough progress after undergoing back surgery that he's expected to participate in the first day of the offensive conditioning program in April. Osemele had a herniated disk repaired in November. "K.O.,...
  • Looking at physical safeties in the NFL draft, Gary Kubiak, Ravens coaching staff and more

    Looking at physical safeties in the NFL draft, Gary Kubiak, Ravens coaching staff and more
    While the Ravens’ brass will undoubtedly reiterate its intention to draft the “best-player available” countless times before May’s draft, it is already widely assumed that the team will use its first pick to either augment the...
  • Ravens hire Steve Spagnuolo as secondary coach, Brian Pariani as tight ends coach

    Ravens hire Steve Spagnuolo as secondary coach, Brian Pariani as tight ends coach
    The Ravens made it official, naming Steve Spagnuolo as secondary coach and hiring Brian Pariani as tight ends coach. Neither move was a surprise with Pariani accepting the position Monday to replace 15-year tight ends coach Wade Harman. Spagnuolo...
  • Reviewing the Ravens secondary

    Reviewing the Ravens secondary
    Entering the 2013 season, the Ravens knew they would be starting two new safeties. Strong safety Bernard Pollard was released after the Super Bowl and iconic free safety Ed Reed was not re-signed. They did bring back a lot of talent and depth at...
  • Ravens set sights on Senior Bowl to evaluate NFL draft prospects this week

    Ravens set sights on Senior Bowl to evaluate NFL draft prospects this week
    MOBILE, Ala. — The Ravens' belief in the value of the Senior Bowl as a tool to compare draft prospects from all levels of college football was evident last April. The team scouted half of its 10-player rookie draft class at the all-star game...