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Bernard Pierce held up at gunpoint, carjacked in Philadelphia

Ravens backup tailback Bernard Pierce was robbed at gunpoint and had his BMW stolen on Sunday night near his hometown in Philadelphia, according to multiple reports. Pierce was with his cousin when a car pulled up, a man in dark clothing got out and pulled a gun. The gunman took Pierce's wallet, cell phone and car keys before driving off in the former Temple University

Ravens ranked fourth in ESPN's NFL Future Power Rankings

Sitting beside the Lombardi Trophy at the outset of the offseason, a panel that included general manager Ozzie Newsome, owner Steve Bisciotti and coach John Harbaugh spoke about sustaining the Ravens' future success after the Super Bowl victory. After an offseason that saw the team move to back up that pledge with smart financial decisions, ESPN.com ranked Baltimore fourth in its NFL Future Power Rankings,

Back with Ravens, McKinnie out to be best left tackle in the NFL

A year ago, when Bryant McKinnie's name was in the news, it wasn't for good reasons. McKinnie sat out the Ravens' final mini-camp last summer and reported late to training camp after suffering a non-football related back injury. He then needed multiple tries to pass the team's conditioning test. McKinnie proceeded to not start any of the Ravens' regular season games before regaining his job

Ravens announce measures to enhance public safety, improve stadium access for fans

The Ravens have announced new restrictions for fans regarding the size and types of bags that can be brought into M&T Bank Stadium. The NFL Committee on Stadium Security in May unanimously recommended the implementation of this measure that will enhance public safety and make it easier for fans to gain access in all stadiums. It was discussed with all clubs at the May league

Ravens wrap mini-camp, last team event until training camp

Following a Super Bowl victory and a subsequent offseason of change, the Ravens are pretty much done until training camp after closing their three-day mandatory mini-camp Thursday afternoon. For some teams, these activities are just a way to install some things, make some adjustments and have the team together on a semi-regular basis. But they mean a bit more to this Ravens team after undergoing

Ravens officially release Vonta Leach, leave door open for reunion (Bajema re-signs)

The Ravens officially terminated the contract of All-Pro fullback Vonta Leach this morning and re-signed tight end Billy Bajema. Leach, a nine-year veteran, earned Pro Bowl honors in both of his two seasons with the Ravens while helping the team produce the most points and second-most yards per game in team history last season. General manager Ozzie Newsome indicated that Leach could return to Baltimore

Report: Ravens to trade or release All-Pro fullback Vonta Leach

With the Ravens' difficult salary-cap situation, it had long been assumed that fullback Vonta Leach would be among the team's casualties. It took quite a while, but it appears that Leach is on the way out after two All-Pro seasons with Baltimore. The Ravens are expected to release or trade Leach, a three-time All-Pro, after the two parties were unable to agree on a restructured

Ravens sign linebacker Daryl Smith

In need of help at inside linebacker, the Ravens signed veteran Daryl Smith away from the Jaguars this afternoon. The move was first reported by the Baltimore Sun. Smith, 31, comes to Baltimore on a one-year deal after spending his first nine seasons with Jacksonville, which selected him in the second round of the 2004 draft. He has been a consistent performer throughout his career

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