Team Notebook: Baltimore Ravens
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Ravens | Victor Hampton arrested
Baltimore Ravens CB Victor Hampton was arrested for impaired driving in Charlotte Saturday, Feb. 28, according to North Carolina Highway Patrol investigators. He is facing DWI, speeding, reckless driving and open container charges. Hampton was clocked traveling at 100 mph in a 55 mph zone and the trooper noticed two passengers attempting to hide firearms under the front passenger seat as he approached the vehicle. Hampton's blood-alcohol level was recorded at .10, which is above North Carolina's legal limit of .08. He was arrested and booked into the Mecklenburg County jail and later posted bond.
Ravens | Michael Campanaro could be returner
Ravens | Christo Bilukidi staying with team
Ravens | Four to compete at DE
Baltimore Ravens DEs Brent Urban, Lawrence Guy, DeAngelo Tyson and Kapron Lewis-Moore are expected to compete for a defensive end position next year after the team released DE Chris Canty Friday, Feb. 27.
Ravens | Chris Canty released
Ravens | Jacoby Jones released
Ravens | Baltimore won't consider Dorial Green-Beckham
Oklahoma WR Dorial Green-Beckham is unlikely to be considered by the Baltimore Ravens in this year's draft, because the team is taking a stance of not acquiring players with a history of domestic violence after the incident with free-agent RB Ray Rice (Ravens) last year.
Ravens | Owen Daniels wants to return to BAL
Ravens | Chris Canty still on retirement fence
Ravens | Working to restructure Ladarius Webb's deal
The Baltimore Ravens are working to restructure the contract of CB Lardarius Webb, who has a $12 million salary cap figure and $8 million base salary for 2015. Cutting Webb would create $10 million in dead money and save just $2 million.
Ravens | Trying to restructure Haloti Ngata's deal
The Baltimore Ravens are trying to restructure the contract of DT Haloti Ngata, as he heads into the final year of a five-year, $61 million deal. He carries a team-high $16 million salary cap figure and $8.5 million base salary.
Ravens | Baltimore wants Justin Forsett back
Ravens | Baltimore won't overpay for Torrey Smith
Baltimore Ravens impending free-agent WR Torrey Smith might command too much money on the open market for the Ravens to re-sign him, and general manager Ozzie Newsome said the team won't break the bank to keep him around.
Ravens | Ray Rice case will affect free agency, draft
Free-agent RB Ray Rice's (Ravens) scandal will have an impact on what the team does during free agency and the NFL Draft, according to general manager Ozzie Newsome. Newsome said it will be tough for anyone with domestic violence in their background to join the Ravens.
Ravens | Terrence Brooks will go on PUP list
Ravens | Haloti Ngata receives offer
Ravens | Likely bringing back Jeromy Miles
Ravens | BAL may address Joe Flacco contract
Ravens | Pernell McPhee not expected back
Baltimore Ravens impending free-agent LB Pernell McPhee is expected to look for $8 million to $10 million per season this offseason, which likely will be too much for the Ravens, according to sources.
Ravens | Nothing definitive on Dennis Pitta
Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (hip) has not heard anything definitive from doctors about getting cleared for football activities, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Harbaugh said the hip is healthy enough to live a great life, but football is unknown.
Ravens | Tag unlikely for Torrey Smith
Ravens | Antrell Rolle being courted by Ravens
Ravens | Justin Forsett hopes to return to BAL
Baltimore Ravens impending free-agent RB Justin Forsett said Wednesday, Feb. 11, that he would "love to stay in Baltimore." However, he might be one of the top free agents on the market in the spring.
Ravens | Jeremy Zuttah had hip surgery
Baltimore Ravens C Jeremy Zuttah (hip) recently underwent a hip procedure to clean up bone spurs, according to sources. Zuttah is still expected to be able to participate in offseason minicamps and practices.
Ravens | Could Baltimore cut Haloti Ngata?
Baltimore Ravens DT Haloti Ngata is expected to be asked to renegotiate his contract, and Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun believes Ngata will be cut unless he agress to lower his $16 million cap number for 2015.
Ravens | Baltimore has little cap space
The Baltimore Ravens currently have 58 players under contract for the 2015 season, but they have just $3.06 million to spend against the projected $140 million 2015 salary cap.
Ravens | Lardarius Webb willing to restructure?
Baltimore Ravens CB Lardarius Webb restructured his contract last August, and Clifton Brown of CSNBaltimore.com believes Webb would agree to restructure his deal again in order to return to the team in 2015.
Ravens | Dennis Pitta's status in question
Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (hip) is a question mark entering the 2015 season, and head coach John Harbaugh was noncommittal about Pitta's status a couple of weeks ago. The team will likely address the situation in the offseason because TE Crockett Gillmore is the only other tight end under contract.
Ravens | Lardarius Webb could be let go
Baltimore Ravens CB Lardarius Webb could be a salary cap casualty in the offseason with a $12 million cap hit. Webb will save the team $8 million if he's cut June 1, or a $2 million savings if all the dead money is absorbed in 2015.
Ravens | Pernell McPhee unlikely to return
Ravens | Haloti Ngata extension possible
Ravens | Jimmy Smith has case dismissed
Ravens | Terrence Cody officially released
Ravens | Add Matt Weiss
Ravens | Hire Andy Bischoff
Ravens | Chris Hewitt promoted
Ravens | Hire Richard Angulo
Ravens | Andy Bischoff expected to join coaching staff
Ravens | Met with Joshua Shaw
Ravens | Met with Sammie Coates
Ravens | Dennis Pitta status update expected soon
Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (hip) met with some specialists last week, but the team is not expected to have an update on his status for a few weeks, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Harbaugh said he has talked with the team's trainer about the situation but does not want to discuss it at this point.
Ravens | Terrence Cody being investigated for animal cruelty
Baltimore Ravens DT Terrence Cody is being investigated for animal cruelty, allegedly involving a dog, according to sources. The case is being discussed with the Baltimore County state attorney's office. Cody has not been charged with a crime.
Ravens | Showing interest in Devin Smith
Ravens | Terrence Cody to be released
Ravens | Sign Aldrick Robinson