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Forbes: Ravens 19th Most Valuable Sports Franchise in the World

Forbes came out with their list of the most valuable sports franchises in the world. The top of the list is filled mostly with European soccer clubs, but after that, there is an abundance of football teams. The Ravens come in at #19 with a value $1.227 billion. Link to beginning of the list (slideshow format) | Link to Ravens’ spot

How New Offense Affects Each Position

Ryan Mink of BaltimoreRavens.com breaks down what changes Gary Kubiak’s offense means for each position. LINK

Baltimore Ravens Camp Preview

Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com takes a look at the three biggest issues facing the Ravens as they head into camp including Ray Rice’s looming absence from whatever suspension he receives and the right tackle position. LINK

Training camp battle: Inside linebacker

Bo Smolka of CSN-Baltimore examines the Inside linebacker position and makes his prediction for who will win the starting job alongside Daryl Smith. LINK

Durability has been a Steve Smith trademark

CSN-Baltimore’s Clifton Brown discusses why Steve Smith Sr. has been so durable throughout his career. LINK

Ravens’ Nose Tackle Competition

Kenneth Jackson Sr. of The Ebony Bird breaks down the nose tackle competition heading into training camp. LINK

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