After releasing him nearly two years ago, Dan Quinn has opted to bring back Ra’Shede Hageman. Is the controversial defensive tackle worth taking a second chance on?
by: PressBox Online Baltimore — Monumental Network: PressBox Baltimore 15 Apr
Can you picture Hines Ward in purple and black? What about Aaron Rodgers? Glenn Clark takes a look at what might have been with 15 Ravens draft do-overs, revisiting some of the team's less successful first- and second-round picks in past NFL Drafts.
by: Kevin Eck — NFL: Baltimore Ravens 5 Apr
Jamal Lewis will announce the Ravens’ second-round draft pick -- wait, what? Which former AAF players should the Ravens sign? Are the Ravens and Steelers still the top two teams in the AFC North until proven otherwise?
by: Andy Patton — USA Today: Seahawks Wire 4 Apr
If there is a player available who has ever set foot in a defensive backfield, you can bet the Seattle Seahawks have checked in on them this offseason. After being connected to nearly every safety …
by: Brendan O'Leary — SB Nation: Field Gulls 4 Apr
by: Andy Patton — USA Today: Seahawks Wire 3 Apr
The Seattle Seahawks have kept themselves quite busy to kick off the month of April, visiting with multiple potential draft targets while also checking in on some veteran free agents who remain on …
by: Zach Kruse — USA Today: Packers Wire 3 Apr
Former Packers CB Davon House has a free-agent visit scheduled with the Seahawks.
by: Charean Williams — NBC Sports 3 Apr
The Seahawks have a busy week, with multiple free agent visitors. Besides the previously reported visits of cornerback Jamar Taylor and safety Taylor Mays, the Seahawks also have visits scheduled w…
by: Jonathan Comeaux — NFL Trade Rumors 3 Apr
Curtis Crabtree reports that the Seahawks have are hosting free agents DE Courtney Upshaw, DE Nate Orchard, and CB Davon House for a visits/workouts this week. Upshaw, 29, is a former second-round pick of the Ravens back in 2012. He played...
by: Ryan Mink — NFL: Baltimore Ravens 2 Apr
The Ravens view this year’s draft as very heavy with talent, and thus want as many picks as possible. Picking at No. 22 seems to be unlikely.
by: Dave Choate — SB Nation: The Falcoholic 13 Mar
The Falcons made a couple of crucial signings, but a largely quiet offseason didn’t deliver all the improvements the team needed.