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  • Manti Te'o says he met with Ravens at NFL scouting combine

    Notre Dame middle linebacker Manti Te'o ran a pedestrian 40-yard dash time of 4.82 seconds with Ravens coach John Harbaugh and the rest of the NFL watching him. Cameras captured Harbaugh shaking his head when he looked down at his stopwatch after Te'o...
  • At combine, which players gained, lost?

    Milliner rose, Moore fell Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times The biggest winner at the combine was Alabama's Dee Milliner, who ran sizzling times of 4.31 and 4.37 in the 40, cementing his position as the top cornerback in this class. Coming into the...
  • King of the con men

    King of the con men
    Long before Notre Dame football star Manti Te'o said he was duped by an imaginary Internet girlfriend, Joseph "Yellow Kid" Weil was plucking the gullible. A regular entry on Chicago police blotters in the first half of the 20th century, Weil was dubbed...
  • We're supposed to be skeptical

    Perhaps you have been reading comments on the peculiar story of Notre Dame football player Manti Te'o and his apparently imaginary deceased girlfriend.  Some of those comments are severe about the writer at the South Bend Tribune who accepted the...
  • Was Manti Te'o a victim or a perpetrator?

    Was Manti Te'o a victim or a perpetrator?
    You can’t make this stuff up, at least if you aren’t Oscar Wilde. All-American Notre Dame linebacker Manti T’eo supposedly lost his grandmother and his girlfriend, supposedly a student at Stanford, on the same day in the fall, but came...
  • Mel Kiper says 'no way' Manti Te'o makes it to Ravens' pick

    Mel Kiper says 'no way' Manti Te'o makes it to Ravens' pick
    Notre Dame middle linebacker Manti Te'o doesn't figure to be available to the Super Bowl champion Ravens with the last pick of the first round, according to ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. During a conference call, Kiper predicted there's "no way" Te'o...
  • Mel Kiper says Rolando McClain addition means Ravens aren't locked into drafting ILB

    Mel Kiper says Rolando McClain addition means Ravens aren't locked into drafting ILB
    Over the years, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has often expressed his aversion to entering the NFL draft with such a glaring positional need that he'd be temped to stray from his best player available philosophy. The Ravens believe that if they...
  • Rolando McClain passes Ravens physical, signs one-year contract worth up to $1.1 million

    Rolando McClain passes Ravens physical, signs one-year contract worth up to $1.1 million
    The Ravens made it official Friday, signing former Oakland Raiders starting middle linebacker Rolando McClain to a one-year contract with a maximum value of $1.1 million after he passed his mandatory physical. The contract carries a base salary of $700,...
  • Ravens say they're comfortable with Manti Te'o's character

    Ravens say they're comfortable with Manti Te'o's character
    The Ravens have performed their due diligence on Notre Dame middle linebacker Manti Te'o, one of the most scrutinized draft prospects. And team officials say they're comfortable with Te'o from a character standpoint after talking with Te'o extensively....
  • Ravens ready to take it one pick at a time during NFL draft

    Ravens ready to take it one pick at a time during NFL draft
    Ravens assistant general manager Eric DeCosta was reading comments recently from former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson that he felt summed up his organization's drafting philosophy perfectly. "I think the thing we want to try to do — this...
  • Ravens have more than a few inside linebacker options in draft

    Ravens have more than a few inside linebacker options in draft
    Eighteen years ago during their inaugural draft, the Ravens landed future Hall of Fame middle linebacker Ray Lewis late in the first round. It was a masterful selection, especially since there were questions surrounding Lewis at that time due to a...