The Ravens' roster is undergoing a bit of a makeover, with six starters and two notable backups absent from the 2011 roster.
The top fullback on the free-agency market has a new home. Former Texans FB Vonta Leach signed a three-year, $11 million deal with the Ravens.
The Saints added former Ravens CB Fabian Washington on Sunday, as the two sides agreed to a one-year deal.
The Broncos have reached an agreement with former Ravens RB Willis McGahee.
One of the top cornerbacks still on the market is staying put. Chris Carr agreed to re-sign with the Ravens on Saturday.
The Chiefs got their defensive tackle, signing former Ravens NT Kelly Gregg to a one-year deal according to multiple reports.
The Ravens have agreed to terms with all their draft picks but one, and it started with second-round WR Torrey Smith.
The Redskins agreed to add another free agent, coming to terms on a five-year deal with OG-C Chris Chester, NFL Network's Jason La Canfora reported.
The Redskins have agreed to a deal with former Ravens CB Josh Wilson, according to PFW correspondent and Baltimore Sun writer Jamison Hensley.
The Ravens announced Tuesday that they have agreed to terms on a multi-year deal with OG-OT Marshal Yanda.
The Ravens wasted no time informing some high-priced veterans that they will be released.
Owners, coaches and executives from around the league reacted Monday to the news that the lockout was over and that the 2011 season is about to begin.
The Ravens could have a productive start to the new league year by simply re-signing some of their own players. However, if that fails, the Ravens will have some options.
No AFC North team might be more affected than the Ravens if the NFL reverts back to its pre-2010 free-agent rules.
The Ravens will hold training camp at their home facility in Owings Mills, Md., instead of training at McDaniel College because of uncertainty surrounding the lockout.