Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Orlando Pace coming to Baltimore?

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Dutch Ruppersberger joins party of six Baltimore County Executives for roundtable on Trump, sedition, democracy and future of America

Dutch Ruppersberger joins party of six Baltimore County Executives for roundtable on Trump, sedition, democracy and future of America

Legendary sports cartoonist Mike Ricigliano and Nestor talk four decades of friendship and Buffalo Bills memories

Legendary sports cartoonist Mike Ricigliano and Nestor talk four decades of friendship and Buffalo Bills memories

Caps historian and Bills fan Ted Starkey talks hockey and Buffalo sports history

Caps historian and Bills fan Ted Starkey talks hockey and Buffalo sports history

NFL historian Vic Carucci joins Nestor from Buffalo to preview Bills and Ravens

NFL historian Vic Carucci joins Nestor from Buffalo to preview Bills and Ravens

Matt Parrino joins Nestor from Buffalo to discuss temperature of Bills in January

Matt Parrino joins Nestor from Buffalo to discuss temperature of Bills in January

Ozzie Newsome continues to recruit, court and host more veteran NFL players. The next two days figure to be busy as word leaked late tonight that veteran St. Louis Rams tackle Orlando Pace is scheduled to come to Baltimore, according to NBCSports.com. In addition, the Ravens have also cut Samari Rolle and signed Chris Carr.

On Thursday, the Ravens will hold a press conference with Ray Lewis, Steve Bisciotti, John Harbaugh and Ozzie Newsome officially re-welcoming No. 52 back to the only home he’s ever known in Owings Mills. The line of questioning and what the press conference indicates will be of great interest to many Ravens fans who saw Lewis’ negotiating tactics as an embarrassment to his legendary status here in Baltimore. All the talk of the Jets and Cowboys will no doubt be revisited, even if the event does figure to have a “time limit” on it due to it being held during halftime of the Maryland Terps’ first-round game against California in Kansas City.

But Ozzie Newsome, just as he said a few weeks ago, clearly isn’t done with the free agency period.

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