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NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
16Aiken, Kamar WR6-22135/30/19892Central Florida
31Brown, Omar DB5-111956/6/19883Marshall
59Brown, Arthur ILB6-02356/17/19902Kansas State
23Brown, Chykie DB5-1119012/26/19864Texas
14Brown, Marlon WR6-42054/22/19912Georgia
49Bryant, D.J. LB6-32483/3/19892James Madison
56Bynes, Josh ILB6-12408/24/19893Auburn
99Canty, Chris DE6-731711/10/198210Virginia
87Clark, Dallas (FA) TE6-32526/12/197912Iowa
62Cody, Terrence NT6-43406/28/19885Alabama
46Cox, Morgan LS6-42414/26/19865Tennessee
81Daniels, Owen TE6-324911/9/19828Wisconsin
58Dumervil, Elvis OLB5-112601/19/19849Louisville
26Elam, Matt FS5-102109/21/19912Florida
5Flacco, Joe QB6-62451/16/19857Delaware
21Forsett, Justin RB5-819410/14/19857California
85Furstenburg, Matt TE6-32446/19/19891Maryland
66Gradkowski, Gino C6-330011/5/19883Delaware
95Hamilton, Adrian LB6-325511/29/19873Prairie View A&M
25Jackson, Asa CB5-1018212/2/19893Cal Poly-S.L.O.
77Jensen, Ryan C6-43185/27/19912Southern Colorado
12Jones, Jacoby WR6-22157/11/19848Lane
40Juszczyk, Kyle RB6-12454/23/19912Harvard
4Koch, Sam P6-12188/13/19829Nebraska
69Larsen, Cody DT6-430012/31/19871Southern Utah
44Leach, Vonta (FA) FB6-026011/6/198111East Carolina
41Levine, Anthony DB5-112033/27/19873Tennessee State
67Lewis-Moore, Kapron DE6-43101/24/19901Notre Dame
55McClain, Rolando LB6-42597/14/19894Alabama
50McClellan, Albert OLB6-22456/4/19864Marshall
90McPhee, Pernell LB6-328012/17/19884Mississippi State
13Mellette, Aaron WR6-221712/28/19892Elon
36Miles, Jeromy SS6-22147/20/19875Massachusetts
61Mims, David T6-83505/18/19881Virginia Union
60Monroe, Eugene T6-53064/18/19876Virginia
92Ngata, Haloti NT6-43401/21/19849Oregon
72Osemele, Kelechi G6-53306/24/19893Iowa State
48Overbay, Nathan TE6-52701/4/19871Eastern Washington
30Pierce, Bernard RB6-02185/10/19903Temple
88Pitta, Dennis (FA) TE6-42456/29/19854Brigham Young
76Reid, Jah T6-73407/21/19884Central Florida
27Rice, Ray RB5-82121/22/19877Rutgers
34Scott, Bernard (FA) RB5-101952/10/19846Abilene Christian
7Sheppard, Gerrard WR6-221511/16/19901Towson
68Shipley, A.Q. G6-13095/22/19864Penn State
94Simon, John LB6-125710/14/19902Ohio State
89Smith, Steve WR5-91855/12/197914Utah
82Smith, Torrey WR6-02051/26/19894Maryland
51Smith, Daryl ILB6-22483/14/198211Georgia Tech
22Smith, Jimmy CB6-22007/26/19884Colorado
3Stephens, Nick QB6-32215/19/19871Tarleton State
65Stephens, Reggie C6-33258/28/19872Iowa State
20Stewart, Darian DB5-112148/4/19885South Carolina
80Stokley, Brandon WR6-01946/23/197616Louisiana-Lafayette
55Suggs, Terrell OLB6-326010/11/198212Arizona State
2Taylor, Tyrod QB6-12158/3/19894Virginia Tech
83Thompson, Deonte WR6-02032/14/19893Florida
28Trawick, Brynden DB6-221510/23/19892Troy
9Tucker, Justin K6-018011/21/19893Texas
93Tyson, DeAngelo DE6-23154/12/19893Georgia
91Upshaw, Courtney OLB6-227212/13/19893Alabama
71Wagner, Ricky T6-631010/21/19892Wisconsin
21Webb, Lardarius CB5-1018210/12/19856Nicholls State
98Williams, Brandon DT6-13352/21/19892Missouri Southern State
41Wood, Cierre RB5-112152/21/19912Notre Dame
73Yanda, Marshal G6-33059/15/19848Iowa
76Zuttah, Jeremy G6-43086/1/19867Rutgers
 
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Darian Stewart
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The Ravens are set to sign free agent strong safety Darian Stewart, per the Baltimore Sun.

Stewart was an active reserve with St. Louis in 2013, though he did make four starts. He finished the season with 36 tackles and five passes defensed.

His signing marks the end of the Ravens career for fellow strong safety James Ihedigbo, who could be headed to Detroit.

Jeromy Miles
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The Ravens announced Friday they have signed special teams standout Jeromy Miles, reports ESPN.

Miles spent 2013 with the Ravens and recorded 10 tackles.

Ryan Jensen
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The Ravens have made DL Art Jones, CB Asa Jackson, S Omar Brown, C Ryan Jensen, WR Deonte Thompson, LB John Simon and TE Dallas Clark inactive Week 17.

Clark appears to be a healthy scratch, as he came into the game without any injury issues. Elvis Dumervil, Ray Rice and Torrey Smith will play.

Nick Stephens
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The Ravens signed eight practice squad members to reserve-future deals: tight end Matt Furstenburg, wideout Kamar Aiken, defensive tackle Cody Larsen, offensive tackle David Mims, tight end Nathan Overbay, receiver Gerrard Sheppard, quarterback Nick Stephens and center Reggie Stephens.

Those players are signed for the 2014 season even though the season does not officially begin until the start of the league's new year. The deals enable the players to keep working with the team, giving them a better chance to compete for roster spots.

Cierre Wood
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The Ravens re-signed running back Cierre Wood to a reserve/futures contract after the league disallowed the first deal due to a paperwork issue, reports the National Football Post.
Jeremy Zuttah
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The Ravens acquired Buccaneers center Jeremy Zuttah for a fifth-round draft pick in 2015.

"We said at the beginning of the offseason that we would be adding quality players to our line and Jeremy fits that description,” Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome told the team's website. “We are getting a player who has started at both center and guard, and played well at each position. We're excited to have him as a Raven and believe he can play a significant role for us."

Asa Jackson
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The Ravens have made DL Art Jones, CB Asa Jackson, S Omar Brown, C Ryan Jensen, WR Deonte Thompson, LB John Simon and TE Dallas Clark inactive Week 17.

Clark appears to be a healthy scratch, as he came into the game without any injury issues. Elvis Dumervil, Ray Rice and Torrey Smith will play.

Omar Brown
News
The Ravens tendered offers to their six exclusive rights free agents: safeties Omar Brown, Brynden Trawick and Anthony Levine, and linebackers D.J. Bryant, Josh Bynes and Adrian Hamilton.
D.J. Bryant
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The Ravens tendered offers to their six exclusive rights free agents: safeties Omar Brown, Brynden Trawick and Anthony Levine, and linebackers D.J. Bryant, Josh Bynes and Adrian Hamilton.
Ray Rice
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The Ravens are aware of what's been going on with Ray Rice this offseason but were planning to add a pair of running backs this offseason anyway. NFL Network reports that they now believe that one of those two might have to start depending on what happens with Rice. 

The veteran running back had a horrible 2013 season (under 1,000 total yards) and then was indicted on a third-degree aggravated assault charge when he struck his then-fiancee and current wife Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City casino. 

Steve Smith
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Panthers coach Ron Rivera said receiver Steve Smith, now with the Ravens, is still an explosive, dynamic player. But Rivera said the soon-to-be 35-year-old needs to take it easier in practice.

"He's going to wear himself down," Rivera said, per ESPN.com. "Steve wants to take every rep. I'll give you an example. We tell Steve, 'Today's your day off.' We go out there and he's in pads. He says, 'I just want to wear them out when I go through drills.' The next thing you know he's in team drills.

"That's just the way he is. He wants to do everything all the time."

Bernard Scott
News
A few Ravens made small offensive contributions Week 16. Tight ends Dennis Pitta and Ed Dickson each finished the game with four grabs. Pitta had 34 yards while Dickson had 44 yards.

Wide receiver Marlon Brown also chipped in with four receptions for 51 yards on seven targets. Vonta Leach had one catch for 1 yard. Running back Bernard Pierce rushed for 31 yards on 10 carries and caught three of his five targets for 27 yards. Bernard Scott had two carries for 11 yards and one catch for 2 yards. Tandon Doss was targeted once but held without a grab in a 41-7 defeat.
Matt Furstenburg
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The Ravens signed eight practice squad members to reserve-future deals: tight end Matt Furstenburg, wideout Kamar Aiken, defensive tackle Cody Larsen, offensive tackle David Mims, tight end Nathan Overbay, receiver Gerrard Sheppard, quarterback Nick Stephens and center Reggie Stephens.

Those players are signed for the 2014 season even though the season does not officially begin until the start of the league's new year. The deals enable the players to keep working with the team, giving them a better chance to compete for roster spots.

Anthony Levine
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The Ravens tendered offers to their six exclusive rights free agents: safeties Omar Brown, Brynden Trawick and Anthony Levine, and linebackers D.J. Bryant, Josh Bynes and Adrian Hamilton.
Brynden Trawick
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The Ravens tendered offers to their six exclusive rights free agents: safeties Omar Brown, Brynden Trawick and Anthony Levine, and linebackers D.J. Bryant, Josh Bynes and Adrian Hamilton.
Joe Flacco
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Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said he's excited about the team's offseason moves, including the additions of receiver Steve Smith and tight end Owen Daniels and the re-signing of left tackle Eugene Monroe and receiver/returner Jacoby Jones. Flacco also should have starting tight end Dennis Pitta at 100 percent after he missed 12 games last year with a hip injury.

"No doubt about it, these guys are some explosive players," Flacco told the Baltimore Sun. "We're going to expect them to come in and help us out and be pretty good. These guys are ready to go and work and build on what we have.

"These guys are going to do nothing but help. They're proven players from across the league, and it will be interesting to see how they come in and fit in and help us out."

Tyrod Taylor
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Ravens quarterback Tyrod Taylor said he spoke with coach John Harbaugh and understands he'll have to compete for the backup job in 2014.

"Yeah, we talked about it, and there's competition across the league every day," Taylor told the Baltimore Sun. "You've got to compete for your job to stay there. We know where we stand. I'm trying to get better every day. Competition — that's the name of this game."

Taylor has a career 47.2 passer rating, with no touchdowns and two interceptions among 35 pass attempts.

Terrence Cody
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The Ravens re-signed defensive tackle Terrence Cody, who played in 12 games last year, to a one-year deal. Cody's best season came in 2011 when he had 34 tackles and did not miss a game.
Terrell Suggs
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The Ravens signed linebacker Terrell Suggs to a contract extension, reports the Baltimore Sun. The deal is worth four years and $28.5 million.

"It's just really a great day for me, and I'm truly flattered," said Suggs on Monday. "I'm honored that I get to be a Raven for life."

The new contract, which extends through 2018, includes an $11 million signing bonus and $16 million in guaranteed money. It also cut Suggs' salary cap figure to $7.8 million, down from the original figure of $12.4 million under his previous six-year, $62.5 million deal, which was set to expire following the 2014 season.

Torrey Smith
News
The Ravens have made it clear they want to keep Torrey Smith with a long-term deal, and the receiver is also interested. Smith will be a free agent in 2015. 

"Everybody knows I want to be in Baltimore for the long haul," Smith told the Baltimore Sun. "Even when my playing days are long gone, I'll still be here. It's something I'm looking forward to. I'm pretty sure and hopeful that it will be able to happen one day. It's a business. I'm not losing any sleep wondering what's going to happen contractually."

Smith had a career-best 1,128 yards on 65 catches last season with four touchdowns. 

Cody Larsen
News
The Ravens signed eight practice squad members to reserve-future deals: tight end Matt Furstenburg, wideout Kamar Aiken, defensive tackle Cody Larsen, offensive tackle David Mims, tight end Nathan Overbay, receiver Gerrard Sheppard, quarterback Nick Stephens and center Reggie Stephens.

Those players are signed for the 2014 season even though the season does not officially begin until the start of the league's new year. The deals enable the players to keep working with the team, giving them a better chance to compete for roster spots.

Reggie Stephens
News
The Ravens signed eight practice squad members to reserve-future deals: tight end Matt Furstenburg, wideout Kamar Aiken, defensive tackle Cody Larsen, offensive tackle David Mims, tight end Nathan Overbay, receiver Gerrard Sheppard, quarterback Nick Stephens and center Reggie Stephens.

Those players are signed for the 2014 season even though the season does not officially begin until the start of the league's new year. The deals enable the players to keep working with the team, giving them a better chance to compete for roster spots.

A.Q. Shipley
News
Even Ray Rice needs effective run blocking and he won't get it if his offensive line struggles in the regular season to the extent it has in the preseason, offers Pro Football Focus.

Five linemen who have started for the Ravens have received negative run grades from the site, including left guard Kelechi Osemele, centers Gino Gradkowski and A.Q. Shipley, right guard Jah Reid and right tackle Michael Oher. It's no wonder that Rice has averaged a meager 2.9 yards per carry.

Osemele has struggled the most with a minus-6.8 grade that ranks lowest in the NFL at his position among all players who remain on a roster. Osemele started all 16 games in 2012 at tackle before moving to guard in the postseason.

Ricky Wagner
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Daryl Smith
News
The Ravens have re-signed linebacker Daryl Smith on a four-year, $16.1 million deal, reports ESPN.

Smith had 123 tackles and five sacks while starting every game for Baltimore last season. 

David Mims
News
The Ravens signed eight practice squad members to reserve-future deals: tight end Matt Furstenburg, wideout Kamar Aiken, defensive tackle Cody Larsen, offensive tackle David Mims, tight end Nathan Overbay, receiver Gerrard Sheppard, quarterback Nick Stephens and center Reggie Stephens.

Those players are signed for the 2014 season even though the season does not officially begin until the start of the league's new year. The deals enable the players to keep working with the team, giving them a better chance to compete for roster spots.

Lardarius Webb
News
Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb will have surgery to repair a sports hernia.

Head coach Jim Harbaugh announced the news at a press conference Tuesday. Webb played in and started all 16 games for the club this season. He notched 74 total tackles and two interceptions.

Haloti Ngata
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Looking to free up cap space earlier this offseason, the Ravens offered a "lucrative, long-term" deal with defensive lineman Haloti Ngata so that he wouldn't cost $16 million in cap space. Ngata, 30 years old with two years left on his current deal, wasn't willing to take the extension, NFL Network reports. 
Courtney Upshaw
News
Ravens linebacker Courtney Upshaw had four tackles in Sunday's 10-17 overtime victory over the Bengals. Upshaw now has 20 tackles on the season. 

The Ravens face the Bears in Week 11. 

Arthur Brown
News
Ravens inside linebacker Arthur Brown, who was limited to 211 snaps as a rookie following sports hernia surgery, "will have every opportunity" to be a 2014 starter, reports ESPN.com. The website notes Baltimore wants Brown to develop into a starter and that he was limited to passing downs in 2013 "because he was hurt and didn't get a chance to learn the entire defense in minicamps."

Brown appeared in 14 games, making 15 tackles and forcing a fumble.

Kamar Aiken
News
Asked what the Ravens' offense lacks, wideout Torrey Smith mentioned a "move-the-chains" receiver like Anquan Boldin. Of course, Baltimore traded Boldin following its Super Bowl victory last year.

“I don’t want to say an Anquan, but just a guy that’s like a move-the-chains guy," Smith told the Baltimore Sun. "That’s probably someone that we need on a consistent basis. Another weapon like that is just another person that Joe [Flacco] can rely on.”

Second-year pro Marlon Brown returns to the receiving corps, while Baltimore could lose unrestricted free agent Jacoby Jones and restricted free agent Tandon Doss. The other four receivers on the roster -- Deonte Thompson, Kamar Aiken, Gerrard Sheppard and Aaron Mellette – all are unproven, the report said.

Justin Tucker
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Placekicker Justin Tucker is the only Ravens player to land on the All-Pro team released by The Associated Press. He was chosen to the first team.
Justin Forsett
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New Ravens running back Justin Forsett is highly motivated after a 2013 season in which he dealt with turf toe, then a stress fracture in his foot. He played in nine games for the Jaguars, rushing for 31 yards on six carries.

“I had a lot of injuries and a lot of adversity last year being in Jacksonville," Forsett told the Baltimore Sun. "It made me stronger, definitely a better man, and I’m excited to release everything that I have in me out on this field. I’m 100 percent healthy. I’m back now and I’m ready to go."

In 2012 with Houston, Forsett rushed for 375 yards (6.0 per carry), including an 81-yard touchdown.

"I’m hungry right now," Forsett told the paper. "I definitely have a chip on my shoulder the size of Texas that I want to get off, and I’m excited about this opportunity. I want to come play and I want to win.”

Kapron Lewis-Moore
News
The rookie year of Ravens defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore will be a washout. The team announced Wednesday that he will not be activated off the reserved/non football injury list after being cleared to practice three weeks ago. The sixth-round pick had been out since tearing his ACL in the 2013 BCS Championship.
Owen Daniels
News
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said newly-signed tight end Owen Daniels will have a significant role, despite the presence of Dennis Pitta.

"Just couldn't be more happy, more excited," Harbaugh told the Carroll County Times. "I guarantee his role will be plenty big. He's going to have a lot to do with our success next year, and we've got a lot of big plans for him."

Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, who was Daniels' coach with the Texans, likes to use a lot of two-tight end sets so Daniels should get opportunities.

Vonta Leach
News
The Dolphins could have interest in free agent fullback Vonta Leach, reports ESPN. The Ravens cut Leach on Thursday in an effort to save salary.

Leach was in a similar situation last year when the Ravens cut him to save cap room. Leach was immediately invited to Miami to visit during the team's minicamp but never signed with the Dolphins. Instead, he returned to Baltimore.

The Dolphins moved on without a fullback in 2013 in their West Coast offense. Miami tried to convert tight end Michael Egnew to fullback and had mixed results. The Dolphins were 26th in rushing and struggled to consistently gain yards on the ground. Miami also set a new franchise record with 58 quarterback sacks allowed.

Dennis Pitta
News
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will work out with his receivers before the team's offseason program.

"Joe has communicated that through texts, and Torrey [Smith] has told me that they have a session planned and are trying to work out the dates," coach John Harbaugh said at the NFL owners meetings. "I'll be looking forward to seeing how it goes. It is important. It's big."

Flacco's receiving corps includes Torrey Smith, Steve Smith, Marlon Brown, Jacoby Jones and tight end Dennis Pitta. Flacco threw 19 touchdowns and a career-high 22 interceptions last year.

Morgan Cox
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Dallas Clark
News
Ravens tight end Dallas Clark "looked like a player who had nothing left" by season's end, and there's a "good chance" he retires, reports ESPN.com. Clark, who turns 35 in June, caught 31 passes for 343 yards and three touchdowns in 12 games.
Jimmy Smith
News
The Ravens exercised their option to tack on a fifth year to cornerback Jimmy Smith's contract, sources tell the Baltimore Sun. He's due nearly $7 million guaranteed for that year. Smith is now signed through 2015.
Sam Koch
News
Ravens punter Sam Koch is a likely salary cap casualty, reports ESPN.com. The team can gain $1.6 million in cap room by releasing Koch, who finished 22nd in net punting average (38.9 yards).
Elvis Dumervil
News
Ravens LB Elvis Dumervil is active Week 17.

Dumervil came into the game questionable due to an ankle injury. He was limited in practices throughout the week. 

Gino Gradkowski
News
Ravens coach John Harbaugh confirmed to ESPN that newly acquired center Jeremy Zuttah will start for them ahead of Gino Gradkowski. Zuttah was brought on the roster in exchange for a draft pick last week. 
DeAngelo Tyson
News
The Ravens DST intercepted Matthew Stafford three times in the Week 15 win at Detroit, holding the high-octane Lions to 16 points. Defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson, linebacker Daryl Smith and safety Matt Elam picked off Stafford in the second half.

Smith has three interceptions this year, tied for the team lead, after snagging Stafford's ill-advised pass over the middle. Smith added a sack, giving him 4 1/2 this season.

Baltimore got a lift from the return of outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil, who had two quarterback hits and two tackles. The Ravens DST faces another tough matchup Week 16 vs. the Patriots.

Nathan Overbay
News
The Ravens signed eight practice squad members to reserve-future deals: tight end Matt Furstenburg, wideout Kamar Aiken, defensive tackle Cody Larsen, offensive tackle David Mims, tight end Nathan Overbay, receiver Gerrard Sheppard, quarterback Nick Stephens and center Reggie Stephens.

Those players are signed for the 2014 season even though the season does not officially begin until the start of the league's new year. The deals enable the players to keep working with the team, giving them a better chance to compete for roster spots.

Kelechi Osemele
News
Ravens offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele, who's coming back from surgery to fix a herniated disk, is expected to be ready for the offseason program starting April 21, reports the Baltimore Sun. As a 2012 rookie he started every game at right tackle in the regular season before switching to left guard for the Super Bowl run.

The paper said it's unclear if Osemele will play left guard or right tackle, following Michael Oher's departure for Tennessee.

Chykie Brown
News
The Ravens could be without two starters in the secondary for their most important game of the season. Neither cornerback Jimmy Smith (thigh) nor safety Corey Graham (calf) practiced Thursday, which doesn't bode well for their availability against AFC North rival Cincinnati on Sunday. A loss would all but knock Baltimore out of the race in the division.

The absence of either Smith or Graham from that game would elevate little-used Chykie Brown into a starting role opposite Lardarius Webb or at least into action as a nickel back.

Jacoby Jones
News
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings that Marlon Brown still has a chance to be a quality playmaker even though the team added Steve Smith this offseason and brought back Jacoby Jones. Torrey Smith is also there as the No. 1 receiver.

"He's competing for a starting spot," Harbaugh said. "It's not a two-receiver league anymore. It’s not like you’ve got your two starters and then your No. 3 guy is a slot receiver. That’s the way that people kind of want to label it. It’s just more complex than that. And with Jacoby, you’ve got four guys right there that are going to play a lot of football. And one thing I think (offensive coordinator) coach (Gary) Kubiak does a great job of is he understands how to put guys in a position to play to their strengths. He knows Jacoby very well, and Jacoby has only gotten better since he's been here. He's matured as a player and a person. Steve Smith has certain things that he does extremely well. So does Marlon Brown, and Marlon's going to obviously, I would think, make leaps and bounds from Year 1 to Year 2. ... Gary’s got some guys that he’s excited to work with, so I can't wait to see how he uses them."

Eugene Monroe
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Left tackle Eugene Monroe re-signed with the Ravens for $37.5 million over five years, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. Monroe received $19 million guaranteed.
Brandon Stokley
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Brandon Stokley, who was recently placed on injured reserve by the Ravens due to a concussion suffered Week 14 against the Vikings, has officially announced his retirement from professional football, the Denver Post reports on Thursday.

Stokley is one of just 18 receivers in NFL history to play at least 15 seasons. He had just one 1,000-yard season in 2004 with the Colts. He signed with the Ravens before the start of the season and had 13 receptions for 115 yards in six games before being placed on IR. He finished his career with 397 catches for 5,339 yards and 39 touchdowns over 152 games played.

"I'm glad I played this year because now I know I'm done," Stokley said. "Had I not played this year, I would have always felt I could have kept playing. I still know I can play, but my body just can't go through it anymore."

Bernard Pierce
News
Ravens running back Bernard Pierce said his surgically-repaired rotator cuff is improving and that he'll be ready for training camp, reports the Baltimore Sun. Pierce averaged just 2.9 yards per carry last season following an impressive rookie year in which he averaged 4.9 yards per tote.

Albert McClellan
News
Three injured Ravens defenders have been given various tags for the battle against the Bengals on Sunday. Cornerback Asa Jackson (thigh) is doubtful, defensive end Arthur Jones (concussion) is questionable and linebacker Albert McClellan (neck) is probable.
Matt Elam
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The Ravens' Matt Elam is expected to move from free safety to strong safety for his second season, reports the Baltimore Sun. Current strong safety James Ihedigbo is a free agent.

Elam had 77 tackles, three passes defensed, two fumble recoveries and an interception while playing all 16 games. The paper expects the hard-hitting Elam "to make a much bigger impact" at strong safety, his more natural position.

Kyle Juszczyk
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The Ravens have released running back Anthony Allen in their round of cuts on Friday, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Allen was squeezed out when the team decided to keep two fullbacks in starter Vonta Leach and rookie Kyle Juszczyk.

The other Ravens let go were cornerback Marc Anthony, linebackers Nigel Carr and Brandon Copeland, running back Delone Carter, quarterback Dayne Crist, offensive tackles Jordan Devey and Rogers Gaines, tight end Alex Silvestro and center Reggie Stephens.

The Ravens also terminated the contract of quarterback Caleb Hanie and placed outside linebacker D.J. Bryant (ACL) on IR.

John Simon
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The Ravens have made DL Art Jones, CB Asa Jackson, S Omar Brown, C Ryan Jensen, WR Deonte Thompson, LB John Simon and TE Dallas Clark inactive Week 17.

Clark appears to be a healthy scratch, as he came into the game without any injury issues. Elvis Dumervil, Ray Rice and Torrey Smith will play.

Jah Reid
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Ravens reserve offensive lineman Jah Reid pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of battery stemming from a fight at a strip club in Key West, Fla., reports the Baltimore Sun. A pretrial conference is scheduled for April 30.
Rolando McClain
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Despite a poor workout earlier this month the Ravens have reinstated linebacker Rolando McClain from the reserve/retired list, NFL.com reports. It remains to be seen if McClain has a legitimate chance of staying on the roster this summer. 
Brandon Williams
News
The Ravens have ruled out defensive back Asa Jackson, safety Omar Brown, linebacker Albert McClellan, center Ryan Jensen, wide receiver Deonte Thompson, tight end Dallas Clark and defensive tackle Brandon Williams inactive for Sunday's home game against the Patriots in Week 16.
Adrian Hamilton
News
The Ravens tendered offers to their six exclusive rights free agents: safeties Omar Brown, Brynden Trawick and Anthony Levine, and linebackers D.J. Bryant, Josh Bynes and Adrian Hamilton.
Marshal Yanda
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The NFL announced Friday the rosters for the 2014 Pro Bowl, which will be held on Jan. 26 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. The league will hold a draft on Jan. 22 where Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders will select their respective squads for the annual all-star game.

Quarterback: Tom Brady, Patriots; Drew Brees, Saints; Peyton Manning, Broncos; Cam Newton, Panthers; Philip Rivers, Chargers; Russell Wilson, Seahawks.

Running back: Jamaal Charles, Chiefs; Matt Forte, Bears; Frank Gore, 49ers; Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks; LeSean McCoy, Eagles; Adrian Peterson, Vikings.

Fullback: Marcel Reece, Raiders; Mike Tolbert, Panthers.

Wide receiver: Antonio Brown, Steelers; Dez Bryant, Cowboys; Josh Gordon, Browns; A.J. Green, Bengals; Andre Johnson, Texans; Calvin Johnson, Lions; Brandon Marshall, Bears; Demaryius Thomas Broncos.

Tight end: Jordan Cameron, Browns; Vernon Davis, 49ers; Jimmy Graham, Saints; Julius Thomas, Broncos.

Guard: Jahri Evans, Saints; Ben Grubbs, Saints; Mike Iupati, 49ers; Logan Mankins, Patriots; Louis Vasquez, Broncos; Marshal Yanda, Ravens.

Center: Ryan Kalil, Panthers; Alex Mack, Browns; Mike Pouncey, Dolphins; Max Unger, Seahawks.
Josh Bynes
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The Ravens tendered offers to their six exclusive rights free agents: safeties Omar Brown, Brynden Trawick and Anthony Levine, and linebackers D.J. Bryant, Josh Bynes and Adrian Hamilton.
Pernell McPhee
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Ravens defensive lineman Pernell McPhee picked up his first sack of the season Sunday, in a 26-23 win over the Dolphins in Week 5.

McPhee had just one tackled in the game, as he took down Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He has nine tackles through five games.  

Gerrard Sheppard
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Asked what the Ravens' offense lacks, wideout Torrey Smith mentioned a "move-the-chains" receiver like Anquan Boldin. Of course, Baltimore traded Boldin following its Super Bowl victory last year.

“I don’t want to say an Anquan, but just a guy that’s like a move-the-chains guy," Smith told the Baltimore Sun. "That’s probably someone that we need on a consistent basis. Another weapon like that is just another person that Joe [Flacco] can rely on.”

Second-year pro Marlon Brown returns to the receiving corps, while Baltimore could lose unrestricted free agent Jacoby Jones and restricted free agent Tandon Doss. The other four receivers on the roster -- Deonte Thompson, Kamar Aiken, Gerrard Sheppard and Aaron Mellette – all are unproven, the report said.

Chris Canty
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Ravens defensive end Chris Canty (shoulder), cornerback Asa Jackson (thigh), wide receiver Brandon Stokley (knee), cornerback Lardarius Webb (abdomen) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (concussion) were all cleared to play Week 14 vs. Minnesota. Everyone was listed as questionable except for Smith, who was probable.
Deonte Thompson
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Drug charges have been dropped in Florida against Ravens backup wide receiver Deonte Thompson, per ESPN. The case was dismissed due to what was termed as insufficient evidence. He had been arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in late February.

Aaron Mellette
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Asked what the Ravens' offense lacks, wideout Torrey Smith mentioned a "move-the-chains" receiver like Anquan Boldin. Of course, Baltimore traded Boldin following its Super Bowl victory last year.

“I don’t want to say an Anquan, but just a guy that’s like a move-the-chains guy," Smith told the Baltimore Sun. "That’s probably someone that we need on a consistent basis. Another weapon like that is just another person that Joe [Flacco] can rely on.”

Second-year pro Marlon Brown returns to the receiving corps, while Baltimore could lose unrestricted free agent Jacoby Jones and restricted free agent Tandon Doss. The other four receivers on the roster -- Deonte Thompson, Kamar Aiken, Gerrard Sheppard and Aaron Mellette – all are unproven, the report said.

Marlon Brown
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Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings that Marlon Brown still has a chance to be a quality playmaker even though the team added Steve Smith this offseason and brought back Jacoby Jones. Torrey Smith is also there as the No. 1 receiver.

"He's competing for a starting spot," Harbaugh said. "It's not a two-receiver league anymore. It’s not like you’ve got your two starters and then your No. 3 guy is a slot receiver. That’s the way that people kind of want to label it. It’s just more complex than that. And with Jacoby, you’ve got four guys right there that are going to play a lot of football. And one thing I think (offensive coordinator) coach (Gary) Kubiak does a great job of is he understands how to put guys in a position to play to their strengths. He knows Jacoby very well, and Jacoby has only gotten better since he's been here. He's matured as a player and a person. Steve Smith has certain things that he does extremely well. So does Marlon Brown, and Marlon's going to obviously, I would think, make leaps and bounds from Year 1 to Year 2. ... Gary’s got some guys that he’s excited to work with, so I can't wait to see how he uses them."