Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore Ravens’

Derek Wolfe waited a long time to sign with the Ravens. He thinks they could make history right away.

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

When Derek Wolfe was a star defensive tackle coming out of Cincinnati in 2012, he thought the Ravens would take him in the NFL draft. Instead, he landed with the Denver Broncos at No. overall – one pick after the Ravens took linebacker Courtney Upshaw.

Derek Wolfe waited a long time to sign with the Ravens. He thinks they could make history right away.

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

When Derek Wolfe was a star defensive tackle coming out of Cincinnati in 2012, he thought the Ravens would take him in the NFL draft. Instead, he landed with the Denver Broncos at No. overall – one pick after the Ravens took linebacker Courtney Upshaw.

Coronavirus: Local Salvation Army seeks donations for aid most vulnerable

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

The Salvation Army in Solano County has stepped up its operations to fill the gaps and meet a growing need incurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the organization needs help to continue serving. In a telephone interview Friday, Maj. Randy Hartt, who, with wife Maj. Tracie Hartt, serves as director of the Kroc Community Center on Wigeon Way in Suisun City, said giving monetary donations online, at covid19.gosalarmy.org, is the best way to support the organization’s mission, increasingly in demand...

Derek Wolfe waited a long time to sign with the Ravens. He thinks they could make history right away.

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

When Wolfe was stuck on a mediocre Denver team last season that he figured didn’t want him back in 2020, he considered asking Broncos general manager John Elway for a trade to Baltimore. Wolfe decided not to, out of a sense of loyalty to the only franchise he’d ever known. Denver finished 7-9, and the Ravens’ defensive line production remained a weakness.

Longtime Ravens Executive VP Of Public And Community Relations Kevin Byrne To Retire In May

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Kevin Byrne, Executive Vice President of Public and Community Relations for the Baltimore Ravens, informed the organization that he plans to retire in May. He will work full time through the first weeks of May and then remain as a consultant to the team through the 2020 season. Byrne is an original Raven, moving with then-owner Art Modell from Cleveland in January of 1996.

Wolfe rates Ravens’ new D-line as ‘best’ in NFL

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Defensive end Derek Wolfe considered it "a no-brainer" to join Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams along the Baltimore Ravens defensive front. "We're going to have the best defensive line in the league, for sure," Wolfe said in a conference call Friday with Baltimore reporters. "We can break records."

Derek Wolfe Eyes Long-Term Stay With Ravens

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

However, don't tell Wolfe he is injury prone. The dislocated elbow came on a freak play last season when he collided with a teammate. Many of his prior injury woes were related to a neck injury suffered in 2013, which caused nerve pain for years.

Former Denver star Wolfe finally gets to play for Ravens

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Derek Wolfe figured he missed yet another chance to join the Baltimore Ravens when the team reached agreement last month on a three-year contract with free agent defensive lineman Michael Brockers. After Baltimore's deal with Brockers fell through, Wolfe immediately told his agent to get in touch with the Ravens. Not long after that, the free agent tackle left the Denver Broncos to sign a one-year contract with Baltimore.

Wolfe rates Ravens’ new D-line as ‘best’ in NFL

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Defensive end Derek Wolfe considered it "a no-brainer" to join Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams along the Baltimore Ravens defensive front. "We're going to have the best defensive line in the league, for sure," Wolfe said in a conference call Friday with Baltimore reporters. "We can break records."

Jackson uniting to support community needs amid coronavirus pandemic

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

JACKSON, MI – A coalition of Jackson area organizations have come together to create a new organization to help residents get what they need during the coronavirus pandemic. The newly formed Jackson COVID-19 Action Network, or JCAN, announced Friday, April 3, is working to meet the needs of the community to ensure all residents have access to food, shelter, information and other basic needs, according to a news release.