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  • Humble start for Ravens' first-round pick C.J. Mosley

    Humble start for Ravens' first-round pick C.J. Mosley
    C.J. Mosley was exhausted, the day's events clearly taking a toll. The walk down the red carpet and into Radio City Music Hall was more unsettling than anything he did during the tedious pre-draft process. The two-plus-hour stay in the green room,...
  • Ravens to induct Todd Heap into Ring of Honor

    Ravens to induct Todd Heap into Ring of Honor
    The Ravens are inducting retired tight end Todd Heap into their Ring of Honor this fall, the team announced. Heap joins middle linebacker Ray Lewis, Pro Football Hall of Fame offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, outside linebacker Peter Boulware, kicker...
  • Ravens take MLB C.J. Mosley with 17th pick in draft

    Ravens take MLB C.J. Mosley with 17th pick in draft
    The Ravens knew they had bigger needs, but when their phones stopped ringing and they prepared to make a selection in Thursday night’s first round of the NFL draft, they leaned on the same philosophy that has worked so well for them in the past....
  • Ravens rookie WR Michael Campanaro eager to learn from Steve Smith

    Ravens rookie WR Michael Campanaro eager to learn from Steve Smith
    When the Ravens drafted Wake Forest wide receiver Michael Campanaro, he immediately had something in common with a new teammate. Both Campanaro and five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Steve Smith are short in stature, with each listed at 5-foot-9....
  • Bisciotti says that team added another year on Harbaugh's contract

    Bisciotti says that team added another year on Harbaugh's contract
    In his 20-plus minute interview this afternoon with The Baltimore Sun, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti defended Ray Rice and Joe Flacco and expressed confidence that his team will return to the playoffs. But he also used the opportunity to reveal two...
  • Ray Lewis, Rawlings-Blake to attend O.J. Brigance's 5.7K family fun run Saturday

    Ray Lewis, Rawlings-Blake to attend O.J. Brigance's 5.7K family fun run Saturday
    Retired Ravens star middle linebacker Ray Lewis and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake are scheduled to attend Ravens senior advisor of player development O.J. Brigance's family fun run Saturday morning in Canton. The Brigance Brigade 5.7K event at Canton...
  • Flacco catching flak for no good reason

    Flacco catching flak for no good reason
    It would be funny if it weren't such a sad statement about the short attention span of sports fans and the public at large. Joe Flacco has taken the Ravens to the playoffs five times in six years, reached the AFC title game three times and was named...
  • NFL acts as team player in 'Draft Day'

    NEW YORK — In its ascent up the mountain of American popular culture, the NFL has studiously protected its brand, turning down many Hollywood offers to collaborate and limiting the extent of the partnerships it has forged. So much for all that....
  • Retired NFL star Ray Lewis sells Highland Beach home for $4.77 million

    Retired NFL star Ray Lewis sells Highland Beach home for $4.77 million
    Ray Lewis, the former Miami Hurricanes and Baltimore Ravens linebacker who retired as a Super Bowl champion last year, has sold his oceanfront mansion in Highland Beach for $4.77 million, Palm Beach County property records show. Lewis bought the 6,788-...
  • Ravens bringing back Daryl Smith on four-year, $16.1 million deal

    Looking for an opportunity to join a winning team after missing almost the entire 2012 season, inside linebacker Daryl Smith had to wait until early June last year before he signed a one-year contract with the Ravens worth $2.125 million. Smith...
  • For the Ravens, the NFL draft has been a combination of strategy, skill and luck

    For the Ravens, the NFL draft has been a combination of strategy, skill and luck
    Select an immediate standout early, an eventual starter or two later, then round out the class with a few rookie free-agent gems. For much of Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome's tenure, that's been his blueprint on draft day. "Once you start out...