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A player for the NFL's Baltimore Ravens -- winners of the 2013 Super Bowl over the San Francisco 49ers -- was jailed in Key West early Sunday morning on two charges of misdemeanor battery.
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Baltimore Ravens backup offensive lineman Jah Reid was arrested on two misdemeanor charges of battery in Key West, Fla., early Sunday morning, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's office in Florida.
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Nov 9, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish offensive tackle Zack Martin blocks at the line of scrimmage against Pittsburgh Panthers defensive lineman Shakir Soto during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field.
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NFL free agency opens this week, and with the salary cap set at $133 million per team, each club has $10 million more in buying power than it did last season.
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Arthur Jones celebrates after recording a sack in the fourth quarter against the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium.
Contract negotiations have stalled and the veteran offensive tackle is going to check out his market value in free agency.
Nov 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns running back Fozzy Whittaker runs against Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker Daryl Smith and Ravens inside linebacker Jameel McClain at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Hakeem Nicks is one of the more intriguing options set to hit the open market this offseason, as the veteran wide receiver has plenty of proven production and experience under his belt.
The Silly Season is upon us, where NFL teams vie for various free agents in hopes of building the perfect roster for the upcoming season.
Mark Craig has covered the NFL for 23 years, and the Vikings since 2003 for the Star Tribune.
The Baltimore Ravens took some punch out of the free-agent rankings countdown when they signed tight end Dennis Pitta , who was No.
I can't imagine that Ravens officials were too thrilled when they learned Thursday morning that inside linebacker D'Qwell Jackson , who was cut last week by the Cleveland Browns, was given a four-year, $22 million deal by the Indianapolis Colts that included $11 million in guaranteed money.
Dennis Pitta is a happy man, and the Baltimore Ravens should be happy too. After signing a 5-year, $32-million contract, some are of the opinion that the Ravens overpaid to retain the services of a one-dimensional tight end with average athleticism.
Despite NFL free agency not officially starting until next week, at least in terms of signings being able to announced as official, players who are released by their current team get to effectively be "first to market" and are free to sign with another team without restriction.
I think it is important for the Ravens to keep Eugene Monroe, and I assume they will.