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Ravens release Will Hill

It was only eight months ago that Will Hill signed a two-year contract but his diminished play and the addition of Eric Weddle made him expendable.

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Ravens sign a game-changer, Mike Wallace

The Ravens signing Mike Wallace provides them a tremendous home run threat that they sorely missed last season with a lack-luster receiver corp.

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Ravens sign FS Eric Weddle

Eric Weddle has agreed to a deal with the Ravens and brings hope that the team has finally solidified the free safety position since Ed Reed’s departure.

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Ravens agree to deal with Ben Watson

Benjamin Watson is coming off the best year of his career and is ready to sign a deal with the Ravens when free agency begins.

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Kelechi Osemele agrees to sign with Raiders

The Ravens explored options to keep Kelechi Osemele but tight salary cap space made it impossible. Now Osemele is ready to sign with Oakland.

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Smith and Canty let go to open cap room

Veteran linebacker Daryl Smith was cut while the Ravens declined to pick up Chris Canty’s option in moves made to open up roughly $4.625 million is cap space.

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Flacco agrees to three-year extension

Joe Flacco has agreed to a contract extension to keep him with Baltimore through 2021 and the new deal cleared roughly $6 million in cap space.

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Ravens expected to sign Trent Richardson

The Heisman Trophy finalist that quickly turned into an NFL bust seems to be nearing a deal with the Baltimore Ravens to add to an already muddled backfield.

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Boyle suspended 10 games for 2nd PED violation

Nick Boyle showed great promise as a rookie but will have to miss the first 10 games of 2016 after violating the league’s PED policy for a second time.

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Three prospects to watch at the Scouting Combine

The NFL scouting combine is next week and unlike previous years, the Ravens will be paying extra attention to certain elite prospects.

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