2:39 PM EDT, Fri April 18, 2014

Poll results: Baltimore Beatdown community prefers Taylor Lewan in the first round

Lewan is the favored candidate for the Ravens to pick at 17th overall, if available. The people have spoken. After Thursday's Baltimore Beatdown vote, it's apparent what you guys want as it pertains to the Ravens' 17th overall draft pick. If available, the majority of you want Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan. Out of 381 voters, 97 of you clicked Lewan's name out of 15 options. The need for an offensive tackle is evident, and Lewan would certainly fill that void. Closely behind at 21 percent of the votes is Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, who would be my personal preference of a...
Big Cat Country 16 hours ago

Around the league 4/17

A daily look at news and stories from around the league. Not much going on today.. Chad Johnson signs with CFL's Montreal Alouettes - SBNation.comChad Johnson shows he can't quite let go of football by signing with Montreal. Rolando McClain Reinstated By Ravens - Baltimore Beat DownAnother player trying...

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Baltimore Sun 1 hour ago

Ex-Ravens WR Tandon Doss arrested for disorderly conduct, not charged

Wide receiver signed two-year contract with Jaguars this offseason after Ravens didn't offer him a restricted free agent tenderFormer Ravens wide receiver Tandon Doss was arrested Wednesday in his hometown of Indianapolis for alleged disorderly conduct, according to the Indianapolis police department.
Baltimore Sun 7 hours ago

Prospects who have visited with Ravens

As the Ravens prepare for the draft in May, they've conducted visits and workouts with several prospects. Here's Aaron Wilson's quick-hit look at some of the players the Ravens have met with.
Baltimore Sun 18 hours ago

Sources: Ravens exercised fifth-year option for cornerback Jimmy Smith

Ravens 2011 first-round draft pick now under contract through 2015 season, due $6.898 million salary in 2015 The Ravens have exercised their fifth-year option on starting cornerback Jimmy Smith, according to league sources.
Baltimore Sun 18 hours ago

Ravens reinstate Rolando McClain after shaky workout in front of team officials

Linebacker had shaky workout with team TuesdayThe Ravens reinstated middle linebacker Rolando McClain from the reserved/retired list just two days after he was unable to finish the team's conditioning test and struggled in individual drills.
Baltimore Sun 22 hours ago

Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley visited the Ravens, source says

All-American linebacker won the Butkus Award as nation's top linebackerAlabama inside linebacker C.J. Mosley visited the Ravens this week, according to a league source.
Baltimore Sun Apr 17, 2014

Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward visited Ravens, source says

Northern Illinois safety is a projected second-round draft pickThe Ravens have done their due diligence on Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward.
Baltimore Sun Apr 16, 2014

Report: 49ers might be finished with Aldon Smith

Could the San Francisco 49ers already be finished with troubled linebacker Aldon Smith?
Baltimore Sun Apr 16, 2014

Gerry Sandusky's book tells 'a son's story of love, loss, and life' from NFL sidelines

Long before his father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, Gerry Sandusky was a good friend to the Alzheimer's Association Greater Maryland Chapter.
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2014

Sources: Ravens, among teams that have displayed most interest in Michael Sam

NFL teams have maintained interest in Missouri pass rusherAs former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam continues his preparations for the NFL draft, several teams have maintained contact with the Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2014

Rolando McClain struggles in workout in front of Ravens' officials

Retired linebacker interested in making comeback to NFLRetired middle linebacker Rolando McClain had a shaky workout in front of Ravens’ officials today, leaving his future with the team in doubt.
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2014

Retired Raven Ray Lewis sells Highland Beach home for $4.77 million

Ray Lewis, the former Miami Hurricanes and Baltimore Ravens linebacker who retired as a Super Bowl champion last year, has sold his oceanfront mansion in Highland Beach for $4.77 million, Palm Beach County property records show.
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2014

Source: Ball State quarterback Keith Wenning visited Ravens; Vikings, Packers up next

Ball State quarterback meets with Ravens Ball State quarterback Keith Wenning had an official visit with the Ravens today, according to a league source.
Baltimore Sun Apr 15, 2014

Shawn Merriman sues Nike over its 'Lights Out' clothing line

Shawne Merriman once knocked four opposing players unconscious during a single high school football game.
Baltimore Sun Apr 14, 2014

Terrance West worked out for Ravens, meets with Harbaugh, Newsome

Towson running back to visit Vikings, Seahawks nextShortly after Terrance West finished working out for the Ravens on Monday, the former Towson star running back got a text message from coach John Harbaugh saying he intends to stay in touch.

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