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Michael Oher will test free agency with visits lined up with the Titans and Raiders.
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The first couple days of NFL free agency stimulated the economy with hundreds of millions of dollars going to large men who can run fast and hit people.
The Bengals aren't the only team in the AFC North getting stripped of their free agents.
Wearing an "I Love Baltimore" hat, wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones admitted that he took less money to re-sign with the Ravens and return to a place that he called "home."
The 29-year old wide receiver signed a four-year contract with the Ravens Thursday after agreeing to terms on the contract Wednesday.
Optioned LHP Charlie Leesman to Charlotte and OFs Jared Mitchell and Trayce Thompson to Birmingham .
After offensive tackle Eugene Monroe signed his contract with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday, general manager Ozzie Newsome recounted a story about the time owner Steve Bisciotti asked why the team was paying left tackle Jonathan Ogden more than all of the other offensive linemen.
Known primarily for his game-breaking, kick-return ability, Jacoby Jones was viewed by some as a luxury item for the Ravens who seemingly had bigger needs.
Clark Judge is a sports writer covering the NFL. Clark comes on with Vinny and Rob to talk about NFL Free Agency and the Ravens.
With the Ravens bringing back Eugene Monroe , grabbing an offensive tackle isn't as big of a need in the first two rounds.
Time was, I was really excited about NFL free agency , the way fans are. That led to some columns that are, in retrospect, hilarious, like this absolute gem from 2008: "I know deep down within that the decision to sign Jerry Porter was the right move.
Former Virginia offensive lineman Eugene Monroe will remain a Baltimore Raven after signing with the team on the first day of NFL free agency for the 2014 season.
They aren't the ones to steal the headlines on the first day of free agency -- they'll leave that to teams like the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins -- and they weren't able to keep everyone they would have liked -- Arthur Jones will be missed in the trenches and in the locker room -- but within an hour of the official start of free agency ... (more)
Feb 20, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey speaks during a press conference during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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