Monday, April 15, 2024

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With Moses trade official, Ravens set to make nine selections in 2024 draft

Baltimore made only six picks in last year's draft, its lowest total since 2009.

Looking back at Ravens’ first-round history at current positions of need

Peter Boulware and Terrell Suggs are the only two outside linebackers selected in the first round by Baltimore.

Looking at updated 2020 slate of draft picks for Ravens

This could mark the sixth time in the last seven years Baltimore makes at least six picks in the top 150 selections.

Ravens keeping tabs on McKinnie as New Orleans shows interest

Just a couple days after saying the Ravens were "very open" to bringing back Bryant McKinnie, head coach John Harbaugh reached out to the 33-year-old on Thursday to say he'd like him to return to Baltimore this season. Whether it...

Former Bengals G Williams another veteran for Ravens to add to offensive line mix

The 35-year-old lineman brings even more possibilities to the offensive line equation.

With full off-season, Reid ready to step in at left guard for Ravens

The second-year lineman isn't worried about any potential competitors being added to the roster.

Harbaugh envisions Kruger at outside linebacker for Ravens

The Ravens coach addressed the outside linebacker, kicker, and running back positions while holding court at the NFL owners' meetings.

Plenty of work remains, but Friday's activity a modest step forward for Ravens

The re-signing of Jameel McClain represented the biggest of four signings on Friday.

After rocky first week of free agency, what's next for Ravens?

After losing five of six unrestricted free agents so far, Baltimore could set its sights on keeping Jameel McClain.

Free-agent guard Mathis chooses to remain with Eagles over Ravens

The Ravens miss out on their top target to replace former left guard Ben Grubbs.
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The Key to getting business back on peninsula after bridge tragedy

Councilman Todd Crandell joins Joe Gold of Key Brewing at Costas Inn on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour to discuss the issues around life, work and transportation for everyone in Sparrows Point and Dundalk affected by the collapse of the Key Bridge.

Reading the book on the past and future with Kyf Brewer of The Ravyns

Musician Kyf Brewer of The Ravyns comes home to Baltimore to discuss his role in Nestor's new documentary, his amazing voice work, band history and the fun duo "Cavern Club" show with Rob Fahey set for Big Falls Inn in White Marsh on Friday night. We're still "Ravyn Maniacs" here!

We proudly present the “new” Faidley’s Seafood at Lexington Market

It took a little longer than we thought but the "new" Faidley's Seafood at Lexington Market is now open. We were thrilled to hear the story of the move and how Damye and Alicia packed the new location with everything you remember about the original space on Paca Street. Luke Jones and Nestor Aparicio broadcast live each Friday (2-5pm) that the Orioles are home this spring and summer.

Holliday gets first hit to help Orioles rally for 6-4 win over Milwaukee

Baltimore avoided being swept despite a rough series against the Brewers.

Search no further for better words of wisdom for David Rubenstein and “Next Chapter” of Orioles baseball in Baltimore

If you want to know the real history of Baltimore baseball, you ask the folks who authored the story of Orioles Magic. Charles Steinberg comes back to Baltimore to hail Larry Lucchino and the real heroes of Camden Yards and saving the Orioles – and offers his best wisdom and native advice to new owner David Rubenstein from his Worcester Woo Sox seat at Polar Park.

Twice as lucky?

John Martin of Maryland Lottery tells unlikely tale of same person with two million dollar winners

Two Dundalk boys come home to discuss tragedy, triumph and Good Ol’ Rock and Roll

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour gets back on the road for the spring, musician and lifer friend John Allen joins Nestor at Costas Inn in Dundalk to discuss Key Bridge memories, the legacy of Brian Jack and getting the music of Child's Play back on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion on May 4th at the annual M3 Festival for local rockers.

The unlimited free money for billionaire sports franchise owners isn’t coming so easy outside of Maryland

While we watch Steve Bisciotti's paid-for-by-the-citizens new shiny object get erected on the football stadium and await to hear the plan of David Rubenstein for Camden Yards, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss aging stadia, big money, threats of moving sports franchises and civic donations to billionaires for sports teams that aren't happening in places like Kansas City, Phoenix, Oakland and Northern Virginia.
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