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NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
11Aiken, Kamar WR6-22155/30/19892Central Florida
33Brooks, Terrence FS5-112003/2/1991RFlorida State
31Brown, Omar DB5-111956/6/19883Marshall
61Brown, Levi DT6-23105/12/1991RTemple
59Brown, Arthur ILB6-02356/17/19902Kansas State
23Brown, Chykie DB5-1119012/26/19864Texas
14Brown, Marlon WR6-52144/22/19912Georgia
17Butler, Jeremy WR6-22184/22/1991RTennessee-Martin
56Bynes, Josh ILB6-12408/24/19893Auburn
6Campanaro, Michael WR5-91851/25/1991RWake Forest
99Canty, Chris DE6-731711/10/198210Virginia
40Chapas, Shaun RB6-22415/2/19881Georgia
87Clark, Dallas (FA) TE6-32526/12/197912Iowa
62Cody, Terrence NT6-43456/28/19885Alabama
46Cox, Morgan LS6-42334/26/19865Tennessee
81Daniels, Owen TE6-324511/9/19829Wisconsin
16Davis, Jace WR6-12068/22/1991RNorthern Colorado
47DiMarco, Nick LB6-22371/28/1992RWilliam Penn
58Dumervil, Elvis OLB5-112551/19/19849Louisville
26Elam, Matt FS5-102009/21/19912Florida
5Flacco, Joe QB6-62451/16/19857Delaware
29Forsett, Justin RB5-819710/14/19857California
42Franks, Dominique DB6-019710/8/19875Oklahoma
80Gillmore, Crockett TE6-625111/16/1991RColorado State
66Gradkowski, Gino C6-330011/5/19883Delaware
79Graham, Parker T6-73052/14/1991ROklahoma State
78Hopkins, Derrick DT6-032112/16/1991RVirginia Tech
74Hurst, James T6-530812/17/1991RNorth Carolina
25Jackson, Asa CB5-1018212/2/19893Cal Poly-S.L.O.
39Jacobs, Tramain DB5-111825/20/1992RTexas A&M
77Jensen, Ryan C6-43065/27/19912Southern Colorado
97Jernigan, Timmy DT6-23009/24/1992RFlorida State
12Jones, Jacoby WR6-22157/11/19848Lane
44Juszczyk, Kyle RB6-12484/23/19912Harvard
4Koch, Sam P6-12228/13/19829Nebraska
44Leach, Vonta (FA) FB6-026011/6/198111East Carolina
8Leone, Richie P6-32143/10/1992RHouston
41Levine, Anthony DB5-112033/27/19873Tennessee State
95Lewis-Moore, Kapron DE6-43101/24/19902Notre Dame
50McClellan, Albert OLB6-22486/4/19864Marshall
90McPhee, Pernell LB6-328012/17/19884Mississippi State
63Meder, Jamie DT6-23004/12/1991RAshland
36Miles, Jeromy SS6-22117/20/19875Massachusetts
70Mims, David T6-83505/18/19881Virginia Union
60Monroe, Eugene T6-53004/18/19876Virginia
57Mosley, C.J. ILB6-22356/19/1992RAlabama
92Ngata, Haloti NT6-43401/21/19849Oregon
32Olatoye, Deji DB6-11947/20/1991RNorth Carolina A&T
45Orr, Zach LB6-02376/9/1992RNorth Texas
72Osemele, Kelechi G6-53306/24/19893Iowa State
86Overbay, Nathan TE6-52601/4/19871Eastern Washington
79Pataiali'i, A.J. DT6-33199/13/1990RUtah State
30Pierce, Bernard RB6-02305/10/19903Temple
88Pitta, Dennis TE6-42456/29/19855Brigham Young
67Rackley, Will G6-331810/11/19894Lehigh
76Reid, Jah T6-73207/21/19884Central Florida
27Rice, Ray RB5-82061/22/19877Rutgers
49Roberts, D.J. LB6-12509/11/1991RTennessee-Martin
38Ross, Aaron DB6-01909/15/19828Texas
34Scott, Bernard (FA) RB5-101952/10/19846Abilene Christian
37Seamster, Sammy DB6-02052/5/1991RMiddle Tennessee State
7Sheppard, Gerrard WR6-220711/16/19901Towson
68Shipley, A.Q. G6-13075/22/19864Penn State
94Simon, John LB6-125210/14/19902Ohio State
89Smith, Steve WR5-91955/12/197914Utah
82Smith, Torrey WR6-02051/26/19894Maryland
51Smith, Daryl ILB6-22503/14/198211Georgia Tech
22Smith, Jimmy CB6-22097/26/19884Colorado
54Spitler, Austin LB6-225010/26/19865Ohio State
65Stephens, Reggie C6-33218/28/19872Iowa State
24Stewart, Darian SS5-112148/4/19885South Carolina
55Suggs, Terrell OLB6-326010/11/198212Arizona State
84Supernaw, Phillip TE6-52481/30/19901Ouachita Baptist
34Taliaferro, Lorenzo RB6-022612/23/1991RCoastal Carolina
2Taylor, Tyrod QB6-12088/3/19894Virginia Tech
83Thompson, Deonte WR6-02032/14/19893Florida
43Toussaint, Fitzgerald RB5-102055/4/1990RMichigan
28Trawick, Brynden DB6-222510/23/19892Troy
9Tucker, Justin K6-018911/21/19893Texas
93Tyson, DeAngelo DE6-23154/12/19893Georgia
91Upshaw, Courtney OLB6-227212/13/19893Alabama
96Urban, Brent DE6-72955/5/1991RVirginia
64Urschel, John G6-33086/24/1991RPenn State
61Van Sloten, Brett T6-530011/2/1990RIowa
71Wagner, Ricky T6-631010/21/19892Wisconsin
21Webb, Lardarius CB5-1018210/12/19856Nicholls State
10Wenning, Keith QB6-32222/14/1991RBall State
15Williams, LaQuan WR6-01956/27/19883Maryland
98Williams, Brandon DT6-13352/21/19892Missouri Southern State
13Willie, Mike WR6-22206/17/19901Arizona State
35Wood, Cierre RB5-112262/21/19912Notre Dame
73Yanda, Marshal G6-33059/15/19848Iowa
53Zuttah, Jeremy C6-43006/1/19867Rutgers
 
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Darian Stewart
News
With the No. 79 pick in the NFL Draft, the Ravens selected safety Terrence Brooks from Florida State. 

This is the second year in a row the Ravens have addressed safety in the draft when they selected Matt Elam in the first round in 2013. Brooks should challenge Darian Stewart for the starting job at free safety this season.

He started 13 games for the Seminoles in 2013 and posted a stat line of 56-5-2 with eight tackles for loss, one sack and two forced fumbles. 

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

Miles spent 2013 with the Ravens and recorded 10 tackles.

C.J. Mosley
News
The Ravens signed linebacker C.J. Mosley, their first-round pick out of Alabama, to a four-year deal. He won the Butkus Award last season as the nation's top linebacker.
Ryan Jensen
News
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.

Cierre Wood
News
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said the team planned to add one or two running backs even before Ray Rice's felony assault case, reports ESPN.com. Look for Baltimore to draft at least one of those.

Behind Rice, the Ravens have Bernard Pierce, Justin Forsett and Cierre Wood.

Jeremy Zuttah
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. 
Asa Jackson
News
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 re-signed safety Omar Brown, an exclusive rights free agent, to a one-year, $570,000 deal.
Zach Orr
No Updates
Ray Rice
News
As a suspension looms for running back Ray Rice, the Baltimore Sun believes the Ravens will use a running back by committee approach even when Rice is eligible to play. 

Bernard Pierce figures to be the first man up to replace Rice and take on a nice amount of work but he has yet to be cleared following offseason shoulder surgery and has struggled in two seasons in the pros. Justin Forsett is a veteran familiar with the Ravens' new running scheme but he's played sparingly over his six-year career. Rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro has some talent but still hasn't learned the offense and might not have the best skill-set to play outside of situational roles. 

The Sun believes the Ravens will need "all hands on deck" to not only replace Rice, but pair with him when he's active. 

Steve Smith
News
It didn't take long for new Ravens receiver Steve Smith to show his fiery side to his teammates. Known for getting into altercations at practice with his Panthers teammates, Smith got into it with cornerback Ladarius Webb after the two crashed into each other following a catch by Smith on Wednesday. 

Smith shoved Webb and they exchanged unpleasantries which included Smith threatening Webb if they bang into each other again. 

Nick DiMarco
No Updates
Aaron Ross
News
The Ravens made a series of roster moves Friday, the team announced.

Baltimore signed linebacker Nicholas DiMarco, cornerback Dominique Franks, cornerback Aaron Ross, linebacker Austin Spitler and receiver Mike Willie.

And the Ravens released linebacker Xavius Boyd, safety Dexter Moody and cornerback Avery Patterson.

Shaun Chapas
News
The Ravens are expected to sign former Jaguars fullback Shaun Chapas, reports the Baltimore Sun. Chapas has played in six games, starting one, since being drafted by the Cowboys in 2011.
Tramain Jacobs
No Updates
Will Rackley
News
The Ravens signed guard Will Rackley, who started 25 games for the Jaguars before being cut this month.
John Urschel
News
The Ravens announced deals with three of their draft picks: third-round tight end end Crockett Gillmore, fifth-round offensive lineman John Urschel and sixth-round quarterback Keith Wenning.
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.
James Hurst
No Updates
Levi Brown
No Updates
Anthony Levine
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.
Phillip Supernaw
News
The Texans waived running backs Ray Graham and Chad Spann, tight end Phillip Supernaw, receiver Rico Richardson, safety Steven Terrell and cornerback Loyce Means.
Brynden Trawick
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.
Joe Flacco
News
New Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak is impressed with quarterback Joe Flacco, reports the team's official website.

"I had no idea how good an athlete he is. He's a very good athlete," Kubiak said.

Kubiak likes to have his quarterbacks get out of the pocket on play-action passes, and Flacco could shine in this system.

"The things we like to do moving around, the zone-pass schemes that we like to run, I think fit to a lot of his strengths," Kubiak said. "We just need to continue to get better with them."

Even though Kubiak likes the way Flacco moves, the key is his arm strength.

"I knew [his arm] was good, but I had no idea just how good it was," Kubiak said. "The big ball is always in play with Joe. … This league is about making big plays. It’s hard [when you go] 3 or 4 yards a pop to do it. You have to make some big plays, and Joe gives you the ability to do that."

Tyrod Taylor
News
The Ravens are "keeping an eye on" Texans quarterbacks T.J. Yates and Case Keenum, in case they're released following the draft, reports the Baltimore Sun. Baltimore is not committed to Tyrod Taylor as its backup quarterback.
Deji Olatoye
No Updates
Terrence Cody
News
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.
Jace Davis
No Updates
Timmy Jernigan
News
With the No. 48 pick in the NFL Draft, the Ravens selected defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan from Florida State.

Jernigan is 6-foot-2, 299 pounds. He had 4.5 sacks for the Seminoles in 2013 and played well as a run-stuffer.

He has the chance to provide depth for the Ravens defense and the Ravens DST along their defensive line.

Terrell Suggs
News
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
Ravens receiver Torrey Smith has become "a bit of a one-trick pony" as a downfield threat, reports ESPN.

The report says last season, Smith led all NFL players in the most targets and routes run on passes that travel over 20 yards in the air. He was targeted 34 times on such passes.

Of the 130 passes thrown Smith's way last year, 26 percent came on passes that went over 20 yards in the air. Where Smith has to become more of complete receiver is on the shorter passes. Last season, Smith had 39 catches on throws that traveled 10 yards or less in the air, which ranked 71st among all NFL players.

Marlon Brown, a undrafted rookie, had one more reception on those shorter passes than Smith in 2013.

Richie Leone
No Updates
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.

Fitzgerald Toussaint
No Updates
D.J. Roberts
No Updates
Ricky Wagner
No Updates
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. 

Mike Willie
News
The Chargers placed receiver Dan DePalma (shoulder), fullback Chris Gronkowski (ankle) and receiver Mike Willie (knee) on injured reserve, ending their seasons.
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.

A.J. Pataiali'i
No Updates
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
News
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. 
Parker Graham
No Updates
Terrence Brooks
News
With the No. 79 pick in the NFL Draft, the Ravens selected safety Terrence Brooks from Florida State. 

This is the second year in a row the Ravens have addressed safety in the draft when they selected Matt Elam in the first round in 2013. Brooks should challenge Darian Stewart for the starting job at free safety this season.

He started 13 games for the Seminoles in 2013 and posted a stat line of 56-5-2 with eight tackles for loss, one sack and two forced fumbles. 

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 linebacker Arthur Brown is following through on a goal of putting on more muscle this offseason. Brown has added six pounds from working out on his own. 

"He's around 233 [pounds] I believe right now, so he's a little heavier than he was last year," strength and conditioning coach Bob Rogucki told the official team website. "He's done well from the time he was gone until now, so the sky is the limit for him. He's done his part, we've just got to continue on from there."

Brown is expected to start at the weakside linebacker spot for the Ravens this year. 

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
News
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
News
The Ravens are still waiting to hear how long running back Ray Rice will be unavailable to begin the season with a possible suspension, reports ESPN.

The report says Rice is expected to receive a multi-game suspension for allegedly striking his fiancée unconscious in February. The report suggests a suspension of two to four games for Rice would follow the league's recent track record with first-time offenders. 

If Rice is going to miss a major chunk of the season, the Ravens would give Bernard Pierce, Justin Forsett and Lorenzo Taliaferro more snaps this summer, especially later in the preseason. If Rice is only going to be suspended for a couple of games, the Ravens' rotation at running back may not change significantly.

Jeremy Butler
News
Ravens receiver Jeremy Butler, an undrafted rookie out of Tennessee-Martin, has made a strong early impression, reports the Baltimore Sun. The 6-2, 218-pounder "is an imposing downfield target with size, strength and leaping ability working in his favor," the report said, adding coaches view Butler as "an intriguing developmental prospect."

During minicamp, Butler ran with the second-team offense while other rookies worked on a separate field.

"I would say I bring versatility in the schemes and being able to play all over the passing game," Butler told the paper. "I make the plays downfield in the deep game. I go across the middle. I enjoy the dirty work and like the short, quick game.

"I bring that physicality to the table and overpower defenders. I'm just a hard-nosed Ravens style player. I can bring that element to the offense."

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
The Ravens are expected to use tight end Dennis Pitta in a variety of ways this offseason, reports the Baltimore Sun.

During offseason practices, Pitta has been split out as an extra wide receiver to working out of the backfield as well as traditional in-line tight end alignments.

"I have done a lot of different things in this offense already," Pitta said. "I would assume that would continue to increase, but I'm trying to get down the basics still right now and trying to be effective at some of our basic plays, and hopefully, I can get in a position where I can play a variety of positions."

Morgan Cox
No Updates
Dallas Clark
News
The Colts announced that tight end Dallas Clark will retire as a member of the team on Wednesday. Clark spent nine of 11 seasons with the Colts along with a stint with the Bucs in 2012 and the Ravens in 2013. 

Over his career he posted 505 catches for 5,665 yards and 53 touchdowns (46 with the Colts). He helped Indianapolis win Super Bowl XLI. 

LaQuan Williams
News
The Ravens signed receiver LaQuan Williams, who was cut by the Patriots last November, reports the Baltimore Sun. He caught four passes for 46 yards for Baltimore in 2011.
Jamie Meder
No Updates
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. 

Brent Urban
News
With the 134th pick in the draft, the Ravens selected Virginia defensive end Brent Urban.

Urban has played both end and tackle during his college career. While scouts are impressed by his measurements, Urban is considered fairly raw. He projects as a five-technique defensive lineman. 

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. 
Dominique Franks
News
The Ravens made a series of roster moves Friday, the team announced.

Baltimore signed linebacker Nicholas DiMarco, cornerback Dominique Franks, cornerback Aaron Ross, linebacker Austin Spitler and receiver Mike Willie.

And the Ravens released linebacker Xavius Boyd, safety Dexter Moody and cornerback Avery Patterson.

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
The rehab for Ravens offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele is going well, the official team website reports. Osemele had back surgery last November but is on track for "a smooth return." 

Osemele is penciled in at one of the guard spots this season. 

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.

Derrick Hopkins
No Updates
Jacoby Jones
News
Ravens receiver Jacoby Jones is happy to be reunited with offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, who was his head coach in Houston, reports ESPN.

Jones even referred to Kubiak as his "biological father" because he never knew his own.

"I need to get that DNA test," said Jones, who played under Kubiak from 2007 to 2011 in Houston. "I'm going to steal his coffee and swab the cup and figure it out. I have to make sure. I hope my mother doesn't see this. She'll kill me."

Jones just hopes Kubiak gives him more time on offense in Baltimore. In five seasons in Kubiak's offense, Jones only caught more than 31 passes in a season once. While he's been a playmaker for the Ravens, he still only has a combined 67 catches in two seasons.

Jones would like more of a chance to play receiver, but it will be tough after the Ravens added wide receiver Steve Smith and tight end Owen Daniels to go along with Torrey Smith, Dennis Pitta and Marlon Brown. Jones may find himself No. 6 on Joe Flacco's pecking order this season.

"[I'm] trying to be one of the best receivers in the league," Jones said. "[I'm going to] try and play my role when they call my number, to show [I can] make that play."

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.
Austin Spitler
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The Ravens made a series of roster moves Friday, the team announced.

Baltimore signed linebacker Nicholas DiMarco, cornerback Dominique Franks, cornerback Aaron Ross, linebacker Austin Spitler and receiver Mike Willie.

And the Ravens released linebacker Xavius Boyd, safety Dexter Moody and cornerback Avery Patterson.

Bernard Pierce
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Ravens running back Bernard Pierce remains limited after getting his right shoulder surgically repaired this offseason. He only did individual drills in minicamp this week. But the Baltimore Sun thinks he should be ready to go by the time training camp kicks off in late July. 

Pierce might be called into action early on as the team's starter given the looming suspension facing running back Ray Rice. 

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Shoulder - Questionable for start of training camp
Albert McClellan
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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.
Sammy Seamster
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Lorenzo Taliaferro
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The misdemeanor case against Ravens rookie running back Lorenzo Taliaferro, who was charged with destruction of property and being drunk in public, was continued until July 31, reports the Baltimore Sun. That coincides with training camp, but Taliaferro wouldn't necessarily have to appear in court, the report said.

He was arrested May 24 in his hometown of Williamsburg, Va.

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.

Keith Wenning
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The Ravens announced deals with three of their draft picks: third-round tight end end Crockett Gillmore, fifth-round offensive lineman John Urschel and sixth-round quarterback Keith Wenning.
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.
Brandon Williams
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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.
Michael Campanaro
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The Ravens traded into the seventh round to add some help in the receiving corps, selecting wide receiver Michael Campanaro out of Wake Forest with the 218th overall pick.

Campanaro had at least 750 yards and 65 catches in each of his final three college seasons, finishing with 2,506 yards on 229 catches, with 14 touchdowns in his career. 

Marshal Yanda
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Ravens guard Marshal Yanda made the Pro Bowl in 2013 for the third straight year despite undergoing shoulder surgery last offseason, a procedure that limited his preparation. "Last year at this time I wasn’t even lifting yet, and this year now I’ve been lifting for a long time and feeling good," Yanda told the team's website.

Yanda is pumped about Gary Kubiak's scheme and believes the running game will rebound.

"We all like running the zone scheme and know that Gary is going to do that, and we’re just excited," Yanda said. "We understand that we’ve got to pass the ball as well, but as offensive linemen, you always love to run the ball, and we’re excited to do that."

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.
Brett Van Sloten
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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.
Crockett Gillmore
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The Ravens announced deals with three of their draft picks: third-round tight end end Crockett Gillmore, fifth-round offensive lineman John Urschel and sixth-round quarterback Keith Wenning.
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.

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."