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RG III agrees to return to Ravens on 2-year deal

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens on Thursday agreed to a two-year deal with Robert Griffin III, who will become the top backup to Lamar Jackson and continue to be a valuable mentor to the new franchise quarterback.Griffin, 29, got his NFL career back on track last season with the Ravens after being out of the league for a year. He was expected to return in 2019 after
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What’s a uniform number worth? Earl Thomas landed a bargain – Baltimore Ravens Blog

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens knew what they were getting when they signed Earl Thomas in free agency.Thomas is an All-Pro safety, a feared ball hawk and a defensive back with swagger. He apparently also is a tough negotiator.Thomas' first deal was hammered out before he put on a Ravens uniform, which will feature his preferred No. 29 as a result of some creative talks.Cornerback Marlon Humphrey
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Ravens’ Jefferson downplays Browns’ new hype

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Cleveland Browns have become the betting favorites to win their first AFC North title, and that hasn't gone unnoticed by the current division champions.Baltimore Ravens safety Tony Jefferson complimented the Browns on their offseason moves, including the trade for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., but pointed out that the AFC North will be determined on the field, not by a video game."[W]e're still defending
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Ngata retires from NFL atop Mount Kilimanjaro

[ad_1] Haloti Ngata, one of the most dominant defensive linemen of his era, scaled new heights to announce his retirement.In an Instagram post, Ngata stood on top of Mount Kilimanjaro -- the world's tallest free-standing mountain -- with a banner that read, "I'm retiring from the NFL on top." Ngata, 35, went to the Pro Bowl five times and won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in February 2013.
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Inside 2019 NFL free-agent contract numbers — Who really got the best deals?

[ad_1] The flurry of NFL free-agent signings last week came with its usual flurry of numbers. X player signed with X team for X years and XX,XXX,XXX dollars, of which X,XXX,XXX is guaranteed. You read and/or heard about it every minute of the first week of free agency, and it's hard to keep track of it all.We're here for you.Free agency is off and running. Here's what to know:• Live
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DT Ngata announces retirement after 13 seasons

[ad_1] Haloti Ngata, one of the most dominant defensive linemen of his era, scaled new heights to announce his retirement.On an Instagram post, Ngata stood on top of Mount Kilimanjaro -- the world's highest free standing mountain -- with a banner that read: "I'm retiring from the NFL on top." Ngata, 35, went to the Pro Bowl five times and won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in February
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Thomas surprised he wound up with Ravens

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Count Earl Thomas among those who were surprised that the six-time Pro Bowl safety ended up signing with the Baltimore Ravens.Thomas had been linked to the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers at the start of free agency, but the Ravens started negotiations with Thomas on Wednesday and quickly signed the Seattle Seahawks free agent to a four-year, $55 million deal that includes $32 million
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Ravens to sign S Earl Thomas, RB Mark Ingram

[ad_1] The Baltimore Ravens announced that they've agreed to terms with former Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas and former New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram.Thomas intends to sign a four-year, $55 million contract with the Ravens, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.The source said the deal includes $32 million fully guaranteed at signing, with $22 million coming in the first nine months.Ingram also intends to sign a three-year,
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Ravens QB Jackson sorry for 105 mph video

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson issued an apology Wednesday for video he posted to his Instagram account that showed him driving at 105 mph.I made a bad decision and will set a better example going forward. #Myapologies— Lamar Jackson (@Lj_era8) March 13, 2019 The video, which Jackson appeared to film on his cellphone, showed a light on his dashboard that indicated someone in the car
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Raven QB Jackson apologizes for 105 mph video

[ad_1] OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson issued an apology Wednesday for video he posted to his Instagram account that showed him driving at 105 mph.I made a bad decision and will set a better example going forward. #Myapologies— Lamar Jackson (@Lj_era8) March 13, 2019 The video, which Jackson appeared to film on his cellphone, showed a light on his dashboard that indicated someone in the car