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Ravens sign LB Ray, WR Floyd to help fill voids

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens continued a busy second wave of free agency, striking deals Friday with two former first-round picks in pass-rusher Shane Ray and wide receiver Michael Floyd.Both were signed to one-year deals, a source told ESPN.The signings come one day after the Ravens brought back linebacker Pernell McPhee to help last year's top-ranked defense get to the quarterback.Pass rush and wide receiver are considered
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Ravens sign FAs Ray, Floyd to help fill voids

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens continued a busy second wave of free agency, striking deals Friday with two former first-round picks in pass-rusher Shane Ray and wide receiver Michael Floyd.Both were signed to one-year deals, a source told ESPN. The signings come one day after the Ravens brought back Pernell McPhee to help last year's top-ranked defense get to the quarterback.Pass rush and wide receiver are considered
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Ravens sign WR Floyd; agree to terms with Ray

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens continued a busy second wave of free agency, striking deals Friday with two former first-round picks in pass-rusher Shane Ray and wide receiver Michael Floyd.Floyd signed with the team Friday, it was announced. Ray's deal is pending a physical, a source told ESPN. Both are expected to be one-year deals. This comes one day after the Ravens brought back Pernell McPhee to
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Source — Ravens reach deals with FAs Ray, Floyd

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens continued a busy second wave of free agency, striking deals Friday with two former first-round picks in pass-rusher Shane Ray and wide receiver Michael Floyd, according to a league source.Both are expected to be one-year deals and are pending physicals, the source added. This comes one day after the Ravens brought back Pernell McPhee to help last year's top-ranked defense get to
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Source — Ravens reach deal with free agent Ray

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens continue to address their major need at pass-rusher Friday, reaching an agreement with former Denver Broncos first-round pick Shane Ray, according to a league source.A source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that Ray will sign a one-year deal, pending a physical. This comes one day after the Ravens brought back Pernell McPhee to help the defense get pressure on the quarterback.Pass rush was
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Free-agent LB McPhee returns to Ravens

[ad_1] Linebacker Pernell McPhee is returning to the Baltimore Ravens on a one-year deal, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.McPhee, 30, played his first four seasons with the Ravens before leaving the team in 2015 to sign a five-year contract with the Chicago Bears as a free agent.He played only three seasons in Chicago before he was released last February. He missed 12 games with a variety of ailments,
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Ranking NFL QB commitment – How married all 32 teams are to their starters

[ad_1] Yeah, your team has a quarterback. But for how long does it have that quarterback, and how sure is it that he's the one?Some NFL teams are married to their quarterbacks. Some are just starting to get serious. Some are sitting across from their quarterbacks at a fancy restaurant blatantly eyeing a quarterback at the next table. It's a complex and varied landscape, and it can be confusing.So we
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Ravens sign rookie WR Joe Horn Jr. after tryout

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Could a cellphone be hiding under the Baltimore Ravens' goal post at offseason practices?That's certainly a possibility after the Ravens signed wide receiver Joe Horn Jr. to their 90-man roster on Tuesday after an impressive tryout at rookie minicamp earlier this month. Horn is the son of the former Pro Bowl wide receiver from the New Orleans Saints who famously celebrated a touchdown in 2003
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Honoring mom: Brandon Carr connects with breast cancer patients – Baltimore Ravens Blog

[ad_1] When Brandon Carr thinks of his mother Sunday, he will remember the time and commitment she gave to her family and the dedication she showed as a schoolteacher for 33 years.Kathy Carr's memory, however, influences her son beyond Mother's Day.The Ravens cornerback, whose mother died of breast cancer five years ago, went to MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in Baltimore last October to meet women undergoing treatment for the
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Personal draft-day call: Jaylon Ferguson’s aid to tornado victims – Baltimore Ravens Blog

[ad_1] Like many NFL draft prospects, Jaylon Ferguson had long dreamed about hearing the phone ring with the call that would change his life.Instead, the sounds that Ferguson will always remember on draft day were the strong winds and blaring tornado sirens that woke him up during the night. Then, the lights went out.• Cam's birthday wish list: Get healthy• Ravens rookie's draft-day aid to tornado victims• Steelers' WR transformation