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NumberFire Jan 11, 2017

Ravens could be interested in signing Pierre Garçon

The Baltimore Ravens could sign a veteran receiver this offseason, general manager Ozzie Newsome admitted Tuesday. What It Means: Newsome said he'll be in the market for "complementary receivers" following Steve Smith Sr.'s retirement. Pierre Garçon or Kenny Britt would fit the bill in free agency, as would older options Anquan Boldin and Vincent Jackson. The Ravens have a lot of bodies at wideout, but no proven depth behind Mike Wallace. Garçon is the semi-surprising cream of the crop here, as he was the seventh-best wide receiver in Reception Net Expected Points per target...
Baltimore Beatdown Jan 11, 2017
Cap Casualties: 2017 Edition

Cap Casualties: 2017 Edition

Every year there are players that are “cap casualties.”. These are players that are cut to save money and keep a team under the salary cap. Sometimes players are cut because there salary outweighs their production and it hurts the cap too much to keep them. Ozzie has a great sense of what a player is truly worth and what he could potentially get for similar money. This years edition is extremely interesting as some key players may be heading out the door. Mike Wallace is the most obvious candidate to be cut. Mike Wallace had a great year for the Ravens but his $8 million may run him...
Baltimore Sun Dec 30, 2016

Mike Wallace looks forward to potentially hitting 1,000-yard milestone

Ravens wide receiver hasn't had 1,000 yards receiving since 2011
CSN MidAtlantic Dec 30, 2016

Mike Wallace enters season finale on verge of milestone moment

Mike Wallace has turned back the clock this season for the Ravens, and now the WR enters Week 17 just a few yards shy of hitting a major milestone. 
Baltimore Beatdown Dec 30, 2016
Steve Smith retirement makes Wide Receiver position critical need

Steve Smith retirement makes Wide Receiver position critical need

Look for the Ravens to attack in free agency As regards to the wide receiver depth chart, the Ravens will not catch a break. Steve Smith will not be back next season. This leaves Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman as the top two receivers. Entering the next season without any additions is a recipe for disaster. The Ravens front office will need to accept that Kamar Aiken simply isn't good enough. Perriman on the other hand, flashed his ability, but to thrust him into a full time role would be unwise. Wallace's stints in Miami and in Minnesota proved he was better suited as a number two than...
CSN MidAtlantic Dec 22, 2016

Mike Wallace wants to say Merry Christmas to Steelers with TD

Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace says playing against the Steelers is business, not personal. Hes even willing to say Merry Christmas to his
Baltimore Sun Dec 22, 2016

Mike Wallace doesn't need to be told to not touch the Terrible Towel

Ravens wide receiver says touching the towel brings "bad karma."

Adamski – Mike Wallace: Brown, Sanders and I “would be the best” WR corps in NFL now

As was the case with the Steelers from 2009-2012, Mike Wallace still has no shortage of confidence – or opinions.

Mike Wallace Photos

Ravens Player News

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  • Steve Smith Sr.

    Steve Smith Sr sounds perfectly content staying retired

  • Joe Flacco

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  • Jimmy Smith

    NFL.com: Jimmy Smith was the 10th best ‘shutdown’ corner last season

  • Zachary Orr

    Pro Football focus ranks Ravens front seven as league average

  • Terrell Suggs

    Ravens linebacker Zach Orr to retire due to shoulder injury

  • Justin Tucker

    Jason La Canfora reports Ravens have made “considerable progress” on contract talks with LB Zach Orr

  • Rick Wagner

    Baltimore Ravens offensive line should be the identity of the entire offense

  • Mike Wallace

    Re-grading the Ravens 2016 offeason

  • Alex Lewis

    The Baltimore Ravens must solidify the offensive line this offseason