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Ravens, tight end Dennis Pitta agree to five-year deal (plus quotes)

It's only Feb. 28 and the Ravens have accomplished arguably their top personnel priority of the offseason. Baltimore agreed to terms on a five-year contract with sure-handed tight end Dennis Pitta on Friday, according to The Sun. Pitta was slated to become an unrestricted free agent. Update: The Ravens have officially announced the signing. NFL Network's Albert Breer is reporting the contract is worth about

Ravens to release Vonta Leach, Jameel McClain (moves official)

The Ravens plan to release fullback Vonta Leach and linebacker Jameel McClain, according to The Sun, which also reports the team hopes to re-sign McClain. The moves will save Baltimore $4.953 million against the cap with McClain saving $3.2 million and Leach saving $1.753 million. That brings the Ravens' total available cap space to $27.132 million. Releasing the 32-year-old Leach was expected, as his role

Newsome discusses Rice's arrest for assault

Running back Ray Rice has been a model citizen since being drafted by the Ravens in 2008, and that's what makes his incident Sunday so out of character. Rice and his fiancé were both arrested following a physical altercation in Atlantic City that reportedly involved them hitting each other, according to The Sun. Both were charged with assault and released. The Ravens issued a statement

Suggs on four-year extension: "I'm glad to say Sizzle's here for life now"

Terrell Suggs has said in the past that he wanted to wear one jersey for his entire career, and it looks like he'll get his wish. The Ravens announced Monday that they have signed Suggs to a four-year, $30 million extension that could keep him in Baltimore through 2018. The contract includes an $11 million bonus and $16 million guaranteed. "I've just got to thank

Ravens reportedly agree to long-term extension with Suggs

The Ravens are set to announce a long-term extension that could keep linebacker Terrell Suggs with the team for the remainder of his career on Monday, according to multiple reports. Suggs, 31, was Baltimore's first-round pick in 2003 and has spent all 11 of his seasons with the team. He has recorded a franchise-best 94.5 sacks, 25 forced fumbles and 12 fumble recoveries in 165

Ravens officially name Engram wide receivers coach

The Ravens officially completed their staff Tuesday by announcing the hiring of new wide receivers coach Bobby Engram. Engram, 41, is entering his fourth season coaching and is coming off two years as the University of Pittsburgh's receivers coach. He worked with the 49ers as an offensive assistant in 2011 following a 14-year NFL career as a receiver with the Bears, Seahawks and Chiefs. "When

Report: Ravens to hire former NFL receiver Engram as WRs coach (Hammock official)

The Ravens again will turn to a college coach to fill a vacancy on their offensive staff. University of Pittsburgh wide receivers coach Bobby Engram, a former NFL wideout, will succeed Jim Hostler as Baltimore's wide receivers coach, CoachingSearch.com's Pete Roussel reported Thursday. Engram, 41, spent two years coaching the position at Pitt, helping both of the team's starting wide receivers to all-conference seasons in

Reports: Ravens hire Wisconsin's Thomas Hammock as running backs coach

The Ravens have turned to the college ranks to fill their running backs coach vacancy, hiring Wisconsin's Thomas Hammock on Wednesday, according to multiple reports. Hammock, 32, had been serving as the Badgers running backs coach, assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator since 2011. Previously, he served as running backs coach and co-offensive coordinator at Minnesota and running backs coach at Northern Illinois. Hammock confirmed

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