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With changes looming elsewhere, Ravens hope to keep offensive line largely intact

A source of frustration in the previous two seasons, the offensive line was among the NFL's best in 2022.

Sizing up the Ravens’ 2023 class of free agents

Cornerback Marcus Peters headlines Baltimore's list of unrestricted free agents not named Lamar Jackson.

Predicting the initial 53-man roster for the 2022 Ravens

Luke Jones makes his last 53-man roster projection before the Ravens trim their roster by 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Sizing up the 2022 Ravens roster after the second preseason game

Baltimore faces some tough calls such as what to do with a deep defensive line group that's impressed this summer.

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.

Harbaugh “highly” doubts Ravens will sign free-agent center, views Mekari as probable starter

"Pat, he’s played lots of football, and he can do it. He’ll step right in probably as the starter."

Harbaugh on Lamar Jackson contract: “I’m confident it’s going to happen”

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh discussed a variety of topics from the NFL owners meetings on Monday morning.

Twelve Ravens thoughts following opening week of free agency

Luke Jones offers his latest purple musings after Baltimore signed deals exceeding $100 million over the first few days of free agency.

Center Bradley Bozeman leaves Ravens to join Carolina on one-year deal

What was expected to be a robust market for Baltimore's former starting center never materialized this week.

Looking at 2022 roles for Ravens’ exclusive-rights free-agent tenders

Despite a six-game losing streak to close the 2021 season, Baltimore can feel pretty good about its backup quarterback situation.
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Ravens’ Huntley being added to Pro Bowl festivities no big deal, but undeserved recognition is

A three-touchdown season was enough to send Tyler Huntley to the Pro Bowl as a fourth alternate.

For the love of the extinct Luv Ya Blue magic of the Houston Oilers

Back in 1992 when Nestor Aparicio began doing his own radio show on WITH-AM 1230 and Baltimore didn't have an NFL team, he reached to then-Houston Oilers public relations man Chip Namias for a helping hand with the Love Ya Blue blood running through his young veins after leaving The Baltimore Sun. And here we are 30 years later telling the tales.

The tough decisions ahead for Eric DeCosta

Longtime sports media executive and Baltimorean David Katz comes home to offer Nestor his thoughts on the Lamar Jackson timeline and many options of the franchise to make its best play.

A Weis strategy for entertaining for “The Big Game” on Sunday

Dennis Curtin and Nestor discuss snacks and strategies for Super Bowl weekend and stocking the party for the last game of the season. Kansas City BBQ or Philly pretzels?

Thirty years of friendship and Peter Angelos owning the Baltimore Orioles

Allen McCallum and Nestor Aparicio convene three decades later looking for what the Angelos family has done and will leave for Orioles fans.

Here are the reasons Lamar Jackson and Ravens could soon divorce

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss why they believe Lamar Jackson and Ravens will part ways before September

The Athlete Mindset and Memorial Stadium memories and Section 513

Jeff Brandes brings Nestor The Athlete Mindset and the life of a coach from Section 513 to State Fare in Catonsville on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts following conference championship weekend

Like Terrell Suggs a few years ago, ex-Raven Brandon Williams is a win away from becoming a Super Bowl champion with Kansas City.
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