1. 2012 NFL Draft Projections: Why Morris Claiborne Will Still Be a Top-10 Pick

    Every year, players entering the NFL draft are given the Wonderlic test in order to test their intelligence. It has 50 questions that players are given 12 minutes to complete. The average score is considered 21...

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  2. 2012 NFL Free Agents: 5 Players on Last-Chance Contracts

    The mad rush is over and there have been many big free agent signings. Among those signings, there have been many players signed to one-year contracts...

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  3. NFL Free Agency: What Signing Lardarius Webb Means for the Baltimore Ravens

    On Thursday, the Baltimore Ravens signed restricted free-agent corner back Lardarius Webb to a six-year, $50 million contract , which includes a $10 million signing bonus, according to The Baltimore Sun ...

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  4. Baltimore Ravens Mock Draft: 5 Guards the Team Should Consider in 2012

    Ben Grubbs; defection to the New Orleans Saints has left a big hole along Baltimore's offensive line. As of now, the Ravens will give last year's third-round selection, Jah Reid, ...

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  5. Baltimore Ravens Bolster Special Teams by Adding Graham and Retaining Ayanbadejo

    After striking out numerous times in free agency, the Baltimore Ravens finally hit on one. The Ravens have signed special teams ace and cornerback Corey Graham to a two-year contract, Aaron Wilson reports through scout...

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  6. 7 Safeties the Baltimore Ravens Should Consider in Free Agency and in the Draft

    The Baltimore Ravens have a variety of needs that need to be met in free agency or in the 2012 NFL Draft . Those needs are well documented, but one that has been overlooked has been safety...

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  7. Baltimore Ravens Free Agency Hits, Misses and Possibilities

    The Baltimore Ravens have seen more losses than additions in free agency thus far. The biggest loss occurring at left guard. New Orleans signed former Raven Ben Grubbs...

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  8. Baltimore Ravens Hope That Kruger, McPhee and Jones Are the 'Next Man Up'

    There have been many catch phrases and mottos to echo through the walls of the Ravens complex. The one that has stood the test of time is "Next Man UP!". It is more than just a common saying, it's a way of life in Baltimore...

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  9. 2012 NFL Draft: 6 Prospects Baltimore Ravens Must Pursue

    The Ravens have a variety of needs that need to be filled. Baltimore will try to fill many of those in free agency so that it may stick to the philosophy of drafting the best player available...

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  10. Baltimore Ravens Throw Counter Punches in NFL Free Agency

    If the 2012 NFL Free Agency period was a boxing match, some may think the Ravens are on the ropes. But maybe they are borrowing the rope-a-dope method that Muhammad Ali made famous in the mid-1970s...

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  11. Baltimore Ravens Free Agency: Who Should They Target?

    NFL free agency is like Christmas, so today feels a little like Christmas Eve. Ozzie Newsome has some shopping to do, but he will be looking for those Black Friday kind of deals and not for high-end items...

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  12. Baltimore Ravens: Zone Blocking Makes Impact on the Field and in the War Room

    At the end of the 2010 season, Coach John Harbaugh and General Manager Ozzie Newsome made it known that creating a stronger running game in 2011 was a priority. The numbers in 2011 showed improvement when compared to 2010...

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  13. Baltimore Ravens Should Rush to Sign DE/OLB Mario Williams

    With Robert Mathis off the market, Mario Williams now stands alone as the most coveted pass rusher available. Who are we kidding? Williams already stood alone, with or without Mathis on the free-agent market...

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  14. Baltimore Orioles: Is 2012 Team Good Enough to Compete in Tough AL East?

    It is hard to believe spring training is already upon us. Good season or bad season, teams are putting 2011 behind them...

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  15. 2012 NFL Draft: Baltimore Ravens Should Stay Clear of Peter Konz in First Round

    Wisconsin's Peter Konz is rated by most draft pundits as the number one center in this year's draft. Almost as many "experts" have Konz going to the Baltimore Ravens in the first round, which makes sense...

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  16. NFL Rumors: 5 Teams That Could Land Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Wallace

    ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting via a source that the Pittsburgh Steelers are not going to put the franchise tag on wide receiver Mike Wallace, but will instead place a first-round tender on their top offensive playmaker...

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  17. Baltimore Orioles Hope Spring Training Answers Roster Questions

    The 2012 Baltimore Orioles seem to have more roster questions than answers. It has been well-documented that their pitching staff is a little unsettled, but there are plenty of positional battles as well...

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  18. Boston Red Sox Say Good Bye to an "Idiot," Jason Varitek

    Catcher and captain Jason Varitek has announced his retirement , and will do so officially in a press conference on Thursday. His stellar career has come to an end, but it began in one of the most lopsided trades ever...

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  19. 2011 NL MVP Ryan Braun May Have Beaten MLB, but He's No Curt Flood

    Many view Ryan Braun's recent successful appeal as a landmark case, and a victory for a player against Major League Baseball. No player in the short history of MLB drug testing has been successful in any attempt to appeal a positive test...

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  20. Should the Cleveland Browns or Washington Redskins Trade for Robert Griffin III?

    After an impressive NFL Scouting Combine performance, Robert Griffin III's draft stock appears to have risen, and the Saint Louis Rams could not be happier...

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