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Sarah Ellison

Late For Work 8/7: Heftiest Cap Figures On Ravens Roster

Ravens to garnish McKinnie’s pay. Reaction to Moneyball method. Heavier Ngata still nimble.

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Sarah Ellison

Late For Work 7/27: Bryant McKinnie’s Future In Doubt

Keep eye on Ngata. Upshaw even better with pads on? LaQuan a standout performer.

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Ryan Mink

The Caw: Edwin Mulitalo Starts Football In Western Samoa

Former Ravens guard Edwin Mulitalo has uprooted his life to go coach football.

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Sarah Ellison

Late For Work 7/5: Must Avoid Ray Rice, Joe Flacco, Ed Reed All Becoming UFAs

Rice’s value jumps as receiver, taking issue with Ngata’s logic, Ravens’ triple threat.

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Sarah Ellison

Late For Work 6/28: Terrell Suggs Nominated For ESPY As Best NFL Player

Top 5 running backs in Ravens history, Ngata 9th-best player, contrasting top 100 lists.

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Sarah Ellison

Late For Work 6/21: Trading Percy Harvin To Ravens Is As Likely As …

Ravens fan wins big on The Price Is Right. NFL players say Haloti Ngata is the best Raven.

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Sarah Ellison

Late For Work 6/20: More Or Less? Ravens Only Win 9 Games

Ngata is one rich dude. Flacco, Ryan headed in opposite directions? Over/underrated Ravens.

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Sarah Ellison

Late For Work 5/29: Cody’s Awesome Impression Of Upshaw

Oher to have Pro Bowl year? Ngata ranked top DT. Should HBO scrap ‘Hard Knocks?’

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Ryan Mink

Ravens Injury Updates

Several Ravens are working their way back from injuries or offseason procedures.

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Garrett Downing

Haloti Ngata Took Month Off After Tough Loss

Defensive lineman Haloti Ngata said the end of last year ‘took a lot of emotion of out me.’

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