Team Notebook: Baltimore Ravens
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Ravens | BAL could cut six
Baltimore Ravens LB Elvis Dumervil ($6 million), S Lardarius Webb ($5.5 million), CB Shareece Wright ($2.6 million) C Jeremy Zuttah ($2.3 million), CB Kyle Arrington ($2.1 million) and S Kendrick Lewis ($1.8 million) could be cut to create $20.3 million in salary cap space.
Ravens | Terrance West looking for 1,000 yards
Ravens | Baltimore to talk with Kyle Juszczyk's agent
Ravens | Baltimore unlikely to look at Victor Cruz
Free-agent WR Victor Cruz (Giants) probably will not be an option for the Baltimore Ravens this offseason unless he is willing to sign for the veteran minimum, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley.
Ravens | Baltimore makes coaching changes
Baltimore Ravens assistant coaches Mike Macdonald and Juney Barnett were promoted to defensive backs coach and strength and conditioning coach, respectively, Tuesday, Feb. 14, according to head coach John Harbaugh.
Ravens | Baltimore made offer to Ricky Wagner
Ravens | Crockett Gillmore wants to play every down
Ravens | Lardarius Webb may be on bubble
Ravens | Baltimore may look at Tony Jefferson
Ravens | C.J. Mosley should have option exercised
Ravens | Baltimore nearly traded up for Matt Ryan
The Baltimore Ravens nearly had a deal in place to trade up for the No. 2 pick in the 2008 NFL Draft in order to select Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan, according to sources, but the deal fell through when Baltimore wouldn't include its 2009 second-round pick.
Ravens | Brandon Marshall a fit in Baltimore?
New York Jets WR Brandon Marshall could be targeted by the Baltimore Ravens if Marshall is released because he is the type of veteran receiver general manager Ozzie Newsome has pursued in the past, according to beat writer Jeff Zrebiec.
Ravens | Brandon Williams may accept small discount
Baltimore Ravens impending free-agent DT Brandon Williams said he would be willing to accept a small discount from the Ravens as long as their offer is close to the other offers he receives in free agency. Williams said he knows what to expect from the Ravens, which would be a factor for him if the offers are similar.
Ravens | Torrey Smith may be option for Ravens
Ravens | Crockett Gillmore had nightmare year
Ravens | Baltimore wants Brandon Williams back
Baltimore Ravens impending free agent DT Brandon Williams is a player the team will try to re-sign this offseason since he one of the team's top defensive players, according to assistant general manager Eric DeCosta.
Ravens | Joe Flacco had problems on the road
Ravens | Two LBs options to replace Zach Orr
Ravens | Kamalei Correa now viewed as ILB
Baltimore Ravens LB Kamalei Correa was drafted last spring to be a 3-4 edge rusher, but the organization quickly moved him inside. He ended up playing only 49 snaps as a rookie in part because the coaches wanted him to show more physicality and a better feel for the defense, but he is now the early favorite to start opposite C.J. Mosley following Zach Orr's surprising retirement.
Ravens | Baltimore works out several players
Ravens | Zach Orr has congenital neck issue
Updating an earlier report, Baltimore Ravens LB Zach Orr (neck) has retired due to a congenital neck condition, according to multiple sources. Orr had 130 tackles, three interceptions, five passes defended, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries in his first season as a starter in 2016.
Ravens | Zach Orr retiring
Baltimore Ravens LB Zach Orr (neck) announced his retirement Friday, Jan. 20, due to a serious injury. The team was unable to change his mind. A source told NFL Network's Mike Garafolo that Orr was playing with a cracked bone in his shoulder late in the season and missed Week 17 with a neck injury.
Ravens | Zach Orr close to deal
Ravens | End of line for Elvis Dumervil?
Ravens | Baltimore hires Joe D'Alessandris
Ravens | Joe Flacco happy that OC will return
Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco said he has a great working relationship with offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg and is happy that Mornhinweg will return next season. Flacco threw for 3,035 yards, 15 touchdowns and 11 interceptions under Mornhinweg in 2016.
Ravens | Dennis Pitta may be asked to rework deal
Ravens | Kyle Juszczyk set to become free agent
Ravens | Greg Roman's role determined
Ravens | Marshal Yanda to move back to RG
Ravens | Greg Roman joining Ravens
Ravens | Terrance West to be a RFA
Ravens | Could Steve Smith return?
Recently retired Baltimore Ravens WR Steve Smith isn't being ruled out for a return in 2017, according to Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. "I haven't given up hope that (he) is going to come walking in here in September," Bisciotti said. "We'll see about that character. I wouldn't count him out."
Ravens | Baltimore interested in Greg Roman?
The Baltimore Ravens have been in contact with former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Greg Roman about a role as an offensive assistant/run-game specialist, according to CBSSports.com's Jason La Canfora.
Ravens | Terrell Suggs expected to return in '17
Ravens | Baltimore could sign veteran receiver
Ravens | Baltimore expects more from Joe Flacco
Ravens | Baltimore wants to add big-play RB
Baltimore Ravens RBs Kenneth Dixon and Terrance West appear to be on solid footing with the team, but head coach John Harbaugh hinted the Ravens will be interested in adding a player to the mix that could help them improve on the seven 20-yard plays (six runs, one reception) his backs created in 2016.
Ravens | Marshal Yanda should be ready for 2017
Baltimore Ravens OG Marshal Yanda (shoulder) is expected to be ready for the start of the 2017 season even if he undergoes shoulder surgery this offseason. Yanda is scheduled to meet with doctors to determine if he should undergo surgery.
Ravens | C.J. Mosley should be ready for workouts
Ravens | Robertson Daniel signed
Ravens | Brandon Williams to be priority for Ravens
Ravens | Elvis Dumervil unlikely to return
Ravens | Steve Smith hangs up cleats
Ravens | BAL hopes Breshad Perriman can be No. 1 WR
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said the Ravens hope WR Breshad Perriman can become a No. 1 receiver in the future. Harbaugh said there are signs that Perriman can be a top receiver but he still has work to do before reaching that point.