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Danny Woodhead announces retirement from NFL

The Baltimore Ravens decided to part ways with running back Danny Woodhead after yet another injury-riddled season. Woodhead was originally slated to be one of the more intriguing options on the market for teams like the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons. However, it seems his brief stint in Baltimore may have been his last […] The post Danny Woodhead announces retirement from NFL appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Hogs Haven

Baltimore Ravens void Ryan Grant’s negotiated deal on the basis of a failed physical

It started with a Tweet from Ian Rappaport: The #Ravens are set to give former #Redskins WR Ryan Grant $14.5M guaranteed for injury. With an issue with the physical, Baltimore has hit pause on the deal. It is not clear if Grant will even sign it now… or go elsewhere.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 15, 2018 The story continued via Twitter: Ravens had both WR John Brown and Ryan Grant in for physical today. Plan was to finalize deals and make them official. That didn't happen. As @rapsheet first reported, there was an issue with Grant's physical that got in the way of finalizing...

Baltimore Sun

Ravens expected to sign wide receivers John Brown, Ryan Grant when market opens Wednesday

Former Cardinal John Brown is a dangerous deep threat, but he's struggled with injuries. Grant's best year came in 2017, when he had 45 catches for 573 yards and four touchdowns for the Redskins.

FOX Sports

Ravens cut RB Danny Woodhead, freeing up salary cap room

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) The Baltimore Ravens have released running back Danny Woodhead, who was slowed by a hamstring injury in his only season with the team.

Ravens vs. Steelers "An Emotional Return to Pittsburgh" (Week 14) | NFL Films Presents

The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers Week 14 Sunday Night game came a week after Steelers' linebacker Ryan Shazier suffered a devastating injury.

T&S: Would Kaepernick be willing to tryout for a back up job in Baltimore?

Tim and Sid talk with NFL insider Ian Rapoport about the possibility of Colin Kaepernick joining the Baltimore Ravens after news that starting quarterback Joe Flacco might miss some time with injury.