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Examining Ravens position battles: Third safety/dime back

The Baltimore defense used its dime package 41 percent of the time last season.

Ravens regular-season moment No. 17: "Our backs were against the wall"

The Ravens hadn't won a truly critical December game in a long time entering Week 16 of the 2018 season.

Taking a look at remaining Ravens free agents

Outside linebacker Pernell McPhee remains an unrestricted free agent.

J. Smith, Levine staying with Ravens on one-year deals

After testing the free-agent market, longtime Baltimore cornerback Jimmy Smith is staying put.

Carr's option declined by Ravens as new league year quietly begins

Starting every game over the last three seasons to continue his amazing streak since entering the NFL in 2008, Brandon Carr apparently won't be back with the Ravens.

Franchise tag "still on the table" for Ravens outside linebacker Judon

General manager Eric DeCosta said he's had "good conversations" with Judon's representation.

How did Ravens cornerbacks stack up to rest of NFL in 2019?

Former first-round pick Marlon Humphrey earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl in his third season.

Veteran safety Tony Jefferson officially released by Ravens

The 28-year-old missed most of 2019 with a serious knee injury and was scheduled to make $7 million next season.

Ravens must weigh dime options for their evolving defense

Moving to a dime safety role last season, Brandon Carr is scheduled to make $6 million in 2020.

How did Ravens safeties stack up to rest of NFL in 2019?

Seven-time Pro Bowl safety Earl Thomas will enter his second season in Baltimore.
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