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John Eisenberg, BaltimoreRavens.com
The Ravens hit last year’s market pretty hard, with some signings (Dumervil, Chris Canty) working out better than others (Michael Huff, Marcus Spears). This year’s market might include defensive ends Julius Peppers and DeMarcus Ware, receivers Eric Decker and Hakeem Nicks, quarterback Sam Bradford, running back Chris Johnson and tight end Jimmy Graham, among many.
Ryan Mink, BaltimoreRavens.com
Head Coach John Harbaugh announced the hiring of Wide Receivers Coach Bobby Engram Tuesday afternoon. Engram replaces Jim Hostler, who departed for Buffalo after being passed over for the offensive coordinator vacancy.
Engram is another young, highly-regarded coach for Harbaugh’s staff. He brings a blend of 14 years playing in the NFL and four years coaching.
Matt Vensel, Baltimore Sun
To understand the wide chasm between the Ravens and the Cleveland Browns — two teams at opposite ends of the NFL’s hierarchy — you need only to look at how the organizations conduct their business.
Sure, talent evaluation, player development and fiscal responsibility are all factors in Baltimore’s success. But so is stability, something the Browns have lacked ever since the NFL put a team back in Cleveland.