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Five for Friday: Free agents who best fit with the Ravens

The Ravens have been busy this offseason after a slow start, reaching deals with safety Tony Jefferson, cornerback Brandon Carr and running back Danny Woodhead, as well as bringing back nose tackle Brandon Williams and wide receiver Mike Wallace. But with the draft approaching and free agency ongoing,...
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Assessing the remaining free agent pass rushers still on the market for the Ravens

Assessing the remaining free agent pass rushers still on the market for the Ravens

Who is left on the thinning market? Depending on who you ask, you either love what the Baltimore Ravens have done in free agency (which is spend close to $60 million dollars on Brandon Williams, Tony Jefferson, and Brandon Carr) or you hate it because of the lack of signings on offense minus Danny Woodhead. On defense, the Ravens have filled the safety and cornerback positions with Jefferson and Carr, and I'm sure general manager Ozzie Newsome will focus on adding to the secondary come draft day, but there is one position on the defensive side of the football he hasn't yet addressed, the...
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 22, 2017
Brandon Carr’s best ability? Availability

Brandon Carr’s best ability? Availability

The Baltimore Ravens signed veteran cornerback Brandon Carr to a four-year deal, and the former Chief and Cowboy brings a very specific trait that the secondary has lacked it for several years: Durability Since signing with Dallas in 2012, Carr has received some criticism for maybe not living up to the fairly large contract that he was given coming out of Kansas City. However, he can't be criticized for a lack of availability throughout the duration of it. He never missed a game in a Cowboys uniform. While this may be a bit of an overrated statistic at times, it couldn't be more valuable to...
Ex-Cowboys CB Brandon Carr reveals what was 'pretty much' the deciding factor in signing with Ravens

Ex-Cowboys CB Brandon Carr reveals what was 'pretty much' the deciding factor in signing with Ravens

Former Dallas cornerback Brandon Carr grew up a Cowboys fan, but the Baltimore Ravens -- his new team -- have long had a place in his heart as well, he recently revealed.And that's just part of why he left the Cowboys in free agency to sign a deal with the Ravens that could go up to four years."It's true, I grew up a Cowboys fan. It was a dream come true to play for the Cowboys, defend the star for five years," Carr told BaltimoreRavens.com, "but you know, I've always had a thing in my mind, in my heart for the Ravens. The tradition here, the defense, the dominance, just the mentality. So I'm...
Russell Street Report Mar 21, 2017

Brandon Carr’s Durability is Key

The Ravens and cornerback Brandon Carr made it official on Monday afternoon as the nine-year NFL veteran spoke to the media from the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills. Leadership, experience and a knack for proper preparation are all … The post Brandon Carr’s Durability is Key appeared first on Russell Street Report | Baltimore Ravens News.
CSN MidAtlantic Mar 21, 2017

Brandon Carr says he never seriously considered retiring

In the moments after losing to the Packers in the playoffs, former Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr wondered aloud how long he intended to play. But after joining the Ravens, Carr said it was nothing more than momentary frustration, and that hes excited to begin his new chapter. I just basically said, nine years [of playing
Baltimore Sun Mar 20, 2017

Retirement rumors behind him, cornerback Brandon Carr sees Ravens as perfect fit

Brandon Carr knows how rumors that he was contemplating retirement fanned out after the Dallas Cowboys’ stomach-punch loss to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC divisional-round playoffs. He simply disputes the legitimacy of those reports. “I just basically said, nine years [of playing in the NFL],...

Brandon Carr: Things worked out the way it worked out in Dallas

Brandon Carr said he never seriously considered retirement. The former Cowboys cornerback met with the Baltimore media for the first time Monday after signing a four-year, $24 million contract with …
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 20, 2017
Brandon Carr introductory press conference highlights

Brandon Carr introductory press conference highlights

Just one week ago, the Ravens stabilized its secondary with the signing of former Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr. Today the signing became official, as Carr arrived in Owings Mills and put pen to paper. In addition, Carr, as well as John Harbaugh and Dean Pees, held a introductory press conference for the newest Raven today. Carr noted that one of the biggest factors for him in choosing Baltimore was the previous moves the Ravens had made this offseason. With the signings of Tony Jefferson and Brandon Williams, the Ravens proved that they were committed to improving on the...
National writer: Cowboys will feel impact of passing on Jalen Ramsey with no Carr, Claiborne

National writer: Cowboys will feel impact of passing on Jalen Ramsey with no Carr, Claiborne

Yes, the Cowboys will field a secondary next season, but gone are several familiar faces in Barry Church, Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne and J.J. Wilcox.And while Dallas has made some additions to its defense in free agency, it's not hard to think of what struggles could lie ahead -- at least for the secondary -- while NFC East rivals stock up on wide receiver help.Could the Cowboys have better prepared themselves for this mass exodus of defensive backs? Maybe. One line of thought this offseason did center on them being able to re-sign Carr or Claiborne, which never materialized.Though there...
Russell Street Report Mar 20, 2017

Carr Expands Ravens Draft Options

The Ravens signed free-agent cornerback Brandon Carr to a 4-year contract last week. While he’s played 9 seasons with Kansas City (4) and Dallas (5), he’s a player about whom I had little first-hand knowledge. When the Ravens acquire such … The post Carr Expands Ravens Draft Options appeared first on Russell Street Report | Baltimore Ravens News.
The Landry Hat Mar 19, 2017

Dallas Cowboys: Replacing Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne

The Dallas Cowboys are preparing for the 2017 NFL Draft, which should help them replace two key players lost to free agency. The Dallas Cowboys lost two pieces of their secondary as the team saw starting cornerbacks Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne leave in free agency. The Cowboys were on their way to rebuilding their […] Dallas Cowboys: Replacing Brandon Carr and Morris Claiborne - The Landry Hat - The Landry Hat - A Dallas Cowboys Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 19, 2017
Why the Ravens should not target a free agent wide receiver

Why the Ravens should not target a free agent wide receiver

Ozzie Newsome and his staff have been incredibly active on the free agent market thus far, landing Tony Jefferson, Danny Woodhead, Brandon Williams and Brandon Carr. Of the biggest three needs for the team, wide receiver, cornerback and pass rusher, only one was address (cornerback with Carr). With the loss of Steve Smith Sr., and possibly Kamar Aiken, the Ravens lack a true number one playmaking receiver. The Ravens have publicly stated that they are looking for a veteran possession receiver, which they still can find on the free agent market, but the Ravens should avoid signing a free...
CSN MidAtlantic Mar 19, 2017

Brandon Carr’s deal is a one-year experiment for the Ravens

Although not many long-term NFL contracts result in every check being cashed by the player, cornerback Brandon Carr accomplished that feat in Dallas, making all of his five-year, $50.1 million deal. That may not happen with his new four-year deal in Baltimore. The structure shows that its a one-year, $6 million contract with a team-held
Steelers Depot Mar 18, 2017

Ravens Upgrade Cornerback Position With Free Agent Brandon Carr

While Pittsburgh Steelers fans have spent the past week and a half since the start of free agency watching the paint dry, their rivals in the division, the Baltimore Ravens, have been perhaps the most active team in the entire league, making some significant signings and re-signings that has focused... The post Ravens Upgrade Cornerback Position With Free Agent Brandon Carr appeared first on Steelers Depot by Matthew Marczi. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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