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Twelve Ravens thoughts at start of offseason training program

Players discussed "little tweaks" to the voluntary workouts in the aftermath of an injury-riddled 2021 season.

Ravens cut former third-round pick Boykin as offseason workout program kicks off

The departure of wide receiver Miles Boykin saves $2.54 million in salary cap space for the 2022 season.

DeCosta “very comfortable” with Ravens wide receivers entering 2022

The general manager didn't hesitate in answering whether Baltimore would exercise Marquise Brown's fifth-year option for 2023.

Pondering Ravens’ potential 2022 salary cap cuts

Baltimore sorely missed cornerback Marcus Peters in 2021, but the 29-year-old is coming off a serious knee injury and scheduled to make $10 million.

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss Ravens bumpy December road ahead without Marlon Humphrey

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss Ravens bumpy December road ahead without Marlon Humphrey

The bumpy road ahead without Marlon Humphrey

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss Ravens cold December road ahead without Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters at cornerback and braving the reminder of the schedule on the backside.

The many data points of Coach Harbaugh piecing it all together

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the analytics and opportunity to beat Pittsburgh with two point conversion and a cornerback committee deemed unworthy of overtime.

Four “questionable” Ravens cornerbacks active, Boyle out for Pittsburgh game

Slot cornerback Tavon Young was active despite missing the entire practice week with an illness.

Campbell returns to Ravens practice as 10 others sit out Wednesday

Six-time Pro Bowl defensive end Calais Campbell has advanced to the latter steps of the concussion protocol after sitting out Week 12.

Campbell, nine other Ravens questionable for Sunday night showdown with Cleveland

Six-time defensive end Calais Campbell missed the entire practice week while recovering from a concussion.
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Pouring his heart into the Orioles – and every beer!

Legendary Fancy Clancy Haskett tells Nestor about every beer he's poured since 1974 at Orioles games

Coming home to find the new look of the Orioles

Sports media executive David Katz comes home to Baltimore to find a different Orioles team and Ravens stability

An appreciation for how far the Orioles have come

Luke Jones and Dennis Koulatsos compare Orioles and Ravens notes as both surge in interest and the summer takes on a different feel for sports in Baltimore.

When a city starts talking and thinking baseball again

Mike Rosenfeld joins Nestor to discuss the power of local networking and Orioles baseball. And the old-fashioned stuff like when strangers met at a game and became friends.

How will the Orioles handle all of this prosperity?

Now that folks are coming back to Camden Yards and downtown is more active, Nestor Aparicio and Dennis Koulatsos share notes on the heartbeat of Baltimore and how it percolates better when the Orioles are winning, full of hope and (hopefully) bringing 30,000 people back to the city.

Fifty years of nostalgia and giving away big bucks

Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery talks 50 years of nostalgia and a summer full of events and giveaways.

Feeling The Local love in Fallston

Lou Petrucci takes Nestor on a tour of the award-winning The Local in Fallston and gets a crab cake at the hands of the Restaurant Association of Maryland "Chef Of The Year" in Harford County.

From the sports truths of Deadspin to the pulp and fiction of Athens

Prolific author and recovering sportswriter Will Leitch tells Nestor about his new book "The Time Has Come" and talks sports like a grown up even though he knows the truth behind the fiction.
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