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Calais Campbell accepted less money from Ravens to make trade happen

Many in and around the league were shocked that the Ravens were able to acquire defensive lineman Calais Campbell from the Jaguars for just a fifth-round pick. Baltimore had limited cap space entering the offseason, but decided the value was too good to let the opportunity to add Campbell pass. However, it appears Campbell had his eyes set on the Ravens as well. According to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic, Campbell agreed to take less money from Baltimore than he would have received elsewhere...

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Derek Wolfe leaving Broncos to sign with Ravens?

Hours after the Broncos re-signed Shelby Harris, their longest-tenured defensive lineman will head elsewhere. Derek Wolfe agreed to terms with the Ravens on a one-year deal worth up to $6 million, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com tweets. The Ravens were thought to have completed an agreement with Michael Brockers, but after it turned out the sides could not close that deal, Baltimore will pivot to Wolfe. Wolfe, 29, said for months his preference was to return to Denver, where he played eight...

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Report: Veteran DT Derek Wolfe to sign one-year contract with Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens moved quickly to bring in a new defensive lineman after a previous deal recently fell through. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Saturday that the Ravens have agreed to terms with defensive lineman Derek Wolfe on a one-year deal worth up to $6 million. The Ravens clearly still wanted another defensive lineman. They had previously held up a deal with Michael Brockers over medical concerns, and ultimately opted out of signing him to a three-year contract.  That left them...

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Report: Ravens to sign longtime Broncos DT Derek Wolfe

The defending AFC North champion Baltimore Ravens are determined to build a stout front on defense. Mere weeks after acquiring Pro Bowl defensive end Calais Campbell from the Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore has added another top player. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Baltimore has signed longtime Broncos defensive lineman Derek Wolfe to a one-year, $6 million contract. Wolfe, 30, played in Denver for eight seasons. The former second-round pick is coming off a 2019 season that saw him...

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Ravens sign DE Derek Wolfe to a one-year deal

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Ravens replace the Michael Brockers move with another playmaker

After the Ravens and Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Michael Brockers failed to renegotiate following an independent doctors’ results regarding his ankle, Baltimore turned their attention to former Denver Broncos defensive lineman Derek Wolfe.

Former Broncos’ DE Derek Wolfe reached agreement on an 1-year deal worth up to $6 million with the Baltimore Ravens, per source.

— Adam...

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Report: Ex-Broncos DE Derek Wolfe, Ravens Agree to 1-Year, $6M Contract

Defensive end Derek Wolfe agreed with the Baltimore Ravens on a one-year, $6 million deal Saturday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. The longtime Denver Bronco recorded 34 total tackles, one forced fumble and a career-high seven sacks in 2019...

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Adrian Charchalis

2020 NFL Draft Prospect: DE Ross Blacklock

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After the nullification of Michael Brockers’ contract and his subsequent return to the Rams, the Ravens may look to bolster the defensive line early in this year’s draft.

After what seemed to be an extremely successful free agency period where the front office focused on bolstering the team’s defensive line, that area on the roster is once again a weakness after concerns arose regarding Michael Brokers’ high ankle sprain he sustained late last...

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Spencer Schultz

Michael Brockers out, could Derek Wolfe be in? Now what?

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The Ravens have shown interest in Derek Wolfe, who now seems like a perfect fit

With the Ravens erring on the side of caution, they decided to pass on Michael Brockers, who reportedly has a worrisome medical situation due to an ankle injury sustained late last season.

The Ravens, who clearly are looking to beef up their defensive front, have a few options now that they’ve officially passed on Brockers.

One of which, Broncos free agent Derek Wolfe, the Ravens...

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Baltimore Ravens target playmakers in seven-round mock draft

It’s mock draft season for the 2020 NFL Draft and Ebony Bird’s Darin McCann has his first seven-round mock for the Baltimore Ravens! I have done, maybe, 914,216 mock drafts for the Baltimore Ravens in the past few months. There have been drafts that add beef to both lines, drafts that bring speed to every […] Baltimore Ravens target playmakers in seven-round mock draft - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Derek Wolfe would be a smart signing for Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens have a hole on their defensive line after the signing of Michael Brockers fell through. Derek Wolfe would be a nice secondary option. Michael Brockers was going to be a good get for the Baltimore Ravens… that was until he failed his physical with the team and the team voided his contract. […] Derek Wolfe would be a smart signing for Baltimore Ravens - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Ravens back out of deal with Michael Brockers; returns to Rams instead

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In a surprising turn of events. . .

The Baltimore Ravens announced that they will not sign DE Michael Brockers after the two parties reportedly came to an agreement for a three-year deal worth up to $30 million. There was cause for concern over an ankle injury that Brockers suffered last season. This concern was raised by an independent physician who performed a physical on Brockers. With the state of the country and world at the moment,...

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Jake Louque

Podcast: Raven Madness 2020!

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Jake is joined by Vasilis and Kyle to talk Ravens news and a Ravens March madness bracket!

The boys have a fun one for y’all on this fine Friday! With Spencer preoccupied, Jake rounded up Kyle (@BB_KylePBarber) and Vas (@VasilisBeatdown) for a really fun beginning to multilayered segment: Raven Madness. March Madness has of course been cancelled due to the Coronavirus, so the boys figured they’d hold a tournament of their own, with it being all Ravens...

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Vasilis Lericos

Ravens News 3/27: Top rivalries and more

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1) Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson are alreadythe next great AFC quarterback rivalry, following in the footsteps of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. Some of you might think I’m jumping the gun here, but I’m not. Mahomes and Jackson have captured the last two NFL MVP awards. Mahomes went from winning league MVP in his first season as...

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Report: Lamar Jackson sues Amazon for selling unlicensed merchandise with his likeness

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson came after the NFL’s best players in 2019 and won the MVP award. He is now going after one of the world’s biggest corporations in court, with a lawsuit against Amazon. According to The Baltimore Sun, Jackson filed a lawsuit against Amazon for allegedly allowing the sale of apparel bearing his likeness by third-party sellers. Jackson, 23, is seeking compensation and damages along with an injunction on any future third-party sales of items that...

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Kyle P Barber

Calais Campbell conference call highlights

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The best quotes from today’s conference call with new Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell

Earlier today, Calais Campbell was on a conference call with the media to discuss his addition to the Baltimore Ravens. He responded to many questions and had a good few quotes to point out and highlight. The first, of course, being his move to join the Ravens for less money.

Calais Campbell says he took less money in an extension with the Ravens than he would...

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Ravens' Dick Cass: Training Camp a Realistic Target for Return from COVID-19

Baltimore Ravens president Dick Cass is preparing for the NFL to scrap plans for the rookie camps and organized team activities but hasn't lost hope the 2020 season will be played as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the world...

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Lamar Jackson sues Amazon over merch issue

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson filed a lawsuit against Amazon on Wednesday, claiming the world's largest internet-based retailer is allowing third-party vendors to sell unlicensed merchandise using his likeness and registered trademarks.

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Ravens president doesn’t expect OTAs, ‘hopeful’ training camp won’t be delayed

While the NFL keeps moving forward with its offseason schedule during the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems to be sinking in for many across the NFL that the start of the 2020 season could be in jeopardy. Baltimore Ravens president Dick Cass has now cast further doubt on the NFL sticking to its schedule with the start of training camp now in danger of a delay. In an interview with the Ravens’ team website, Cass said that while teams are still assuming that there will be a full NFL season in...

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Lamar Jackson Suing Amazon over Unlicensed Merchandise's Use of His Likeness

Lamar Jackson has filed a lawsuit against Amazon over third-party vendors allegedly using the website to sell unlicensed merchandise featuring his likeness and name...

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Jakob Ashlin

3 Free Agent Options for the Ravens at Linebacker

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Inside linebacker continues to remain a need for the Baltimore Ravens. They have just lost two starters from last season in Patrick Onwuasor and Josh Bynes. Onwuasor signed with the New York Jets, and Bynes signed with the Cincinnati Bengals. It seems extremely likely that the front office will target a linebacker early in the NFL Draft. Kenneth Murray and Patrick Queen are two players who could be available at 28th overall, and the front office has collected a...

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