BALTIMORE (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens have bolstered their receiving corps, agreeing in principle to a contract with tight end Dallas Clark and signing wideout Brandon Stokley to a one-year contract.
COMMENTARY | The opening game of preseason football for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did not produce a successful final outcome, but several position lessons can be derived from the 44-16 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at Raymond James Stadium on Thursday, August 8. Fans should be especially pleased that regular players held Baltimore scoreless in the contest's first quarter and that the Bucs actually possessed a 13-7 lead before playing time was completely handed over to reserves.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens are already looking for reinforcements at wide receiver.
OWING MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Chris Canty has been granted medical clearance to wear a special facemask, according to NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy.
The Baltimore Ravens plan to sign veteran wide receiver Brandon Stokley, according to a Baltimore Sun report.
Brandon Stokley caught three passes for 52 yards and a 38-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Trent Dilfer in helping lead the Baltimore Ravens to their first Super Bowl victory in a 34-7 win over the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV. Thirteen years later, Stokley is returning to the place where his career began.…
We've already seen NFL teams change since July 4, when we started our countdown of team previews. Injuries to Percy Harvin, Jeremy Maclin, Dennis Pitta and Bryan Bulaga, Rob Gronkowski's slow healing, a possible suspension to Von Miller and other developments have changed the landscape a bit. Before the season kicks off a month from today in Denver, as the Ravens begin their Super Bowl defense against the Broncos, there will be more news that changes our views on teams. For now, here are the Shutdown Corner preseason power rankings in case you missed any, from 32 to 1. The preview for each team is linked on the team name.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens can't afford to sulk over the loss of Dennis Pitta.
The "Shutdown Countdown" has entered the home stretch. In addition to previewing each team, Shutdown Corner will be taking a brief look at each team's salary cap situation heading into the 2013 season and beyond. We continue the series with the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. 2013 Adjusted Cap Number : $122.88 million (27th in the NFL in 2013) 2013 Cap Room Remaining : $7.819 million (16th in the NFL, as of July 29). That number does not include the contract for fullback Vonta Leach, who re-signed on Monday. [Related: Lack of passing weapons could limit Ravens ] Best Bargain : Marshal Yanda is one of the best guards in the NFL, earning Pro Bowl and second-team All-Pro honors after each of the last two seasons. According to the Football Outsiders Almanac 2013, Yanda did not have a blown block that led to a sack and had just one blown block on a run play. Yanda is due $4.5 million in base salary this season, which ranks outside the Top 10 among current guard contracts in the NFL. Potential Camp Cap Casualty : The Ravens did most of their cutting earlier this offseason by releasing Brendon Ayanbadejo, Bobbie Williams and Bernard Pollard for salary cap purposes. With over $7 million in cap space, the cap won't be much of a factor when the Ravens are shaping their 53-man roster. One player who might have been a cap casualty is cornerback Corey Graham, a player who joined the team last season as a core special teams player, but played, and played well, when Lardarius Webb went down with an injury. Graham is due $2.05 million, but is likely too important to the defense to cut this summer.
Fullback Vonta Leach, who was cut by the Baltimore Ravens on June 11, is re-signing with the Ravens, the team announced Monday.

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