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By Jeff Zrebiec and Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2012
Jah Reid has only been a professional football player for about a year now, but he knows that a lot could change in the NFL in the span of a couple of weeks. The Ravens could use their 29th overall draft pick in next Thursday's first round on a guard or they could just as easily sign one of the available free agents at the position. Reid, however, isn't spending a whole lot of time thinking about either scenario. He's too busy trying to earn the position for himself. "I have to go in and expect to play," Reid said [Thursday]
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun and By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
The Ravens had been relatively fortunate on the injury front early in training camp, but their outlook - and their options at arguably their deepest position - were altered on one play Wednesday. During an 11-on-11 drill about an hour into practice, a seemingly routine running play left two rookie defensive linemen on the ground and needing help to get up. Second-round draft pick Timmy Jernigan ultimately walked gingerly toward the locker room with a trainer supporting his back.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | March 19, 2012
The Ravens' Plan A at left guard was re-signing Pro Bowl performer Ben Grubbs, who eventually signed with the New Orleans Saints. Plan B was an aggressive bid at free agent Evan Mathis, who opted Saturday to re-sign with the Philadelphia Eagles. What is Plan C? The Ravens, of course, aren't going to publicly announce that to the media, but don't be surprised if it includes giving second-year player Jah Reid an extended look at left guard. Regardless of their plans for Reid, I think the Ravens will sign at least one free agent offensive lineman and add one or two more offensive linemen in the draft.
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Mike Preston | July 14, 2014
The questions about Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith's immaturity surfaced again over the weekend after he was arrested and charged with failure to obey a lawful order of a police officer during an incident in a Towson restaurant Saturday night. The arrest might have raised some red flags among team officials about a possible long-term contract for their promising young cornerback, as he further embarrassed a franchise beset by off-the-field incidents during this offseason. Since the NFL season ended in February, five Ravens have been arrested; the other 31 NFL teams have combined for 14. Smith hasn't been issued a court date for his incident, but maybe he should be charged with arrogance and stupidity, too. That's enough already.
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By Edward Lee | September 21, 2012
Offensive tackle Jah Reid, who has not participated in practice or a game since re-aggravating a strained right calf in a preseason contest against the Detroit Lions Sept. 17, appeared to take part in Friday's practice. Reid was active in individual drills involving the offensive linemen. His return cemented a full turnout for the Ravens Friday. Four starters who were limited in Thursday's session - cornerback Lardarius Webb (knee), strong safety Bernard Pollard (bruised ribs), inside linebacker Jameel McClain (knee)
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2012
When I keep hearing that second-year player Jah Reid might be getting some playing time at left guard, there is cause for concern. I knew he was a project when the Ravens drafted him in the third round out of Central Florida, but I haven't seen anything that would warrant him getting playing time. He has spent more time in the training room for rehab than on the practice and playing fields. I'm concerned. To be even having this conversation means the Ravens are in deep trouble at left guard.
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By Edward Lee | September 8, 2012
Two days before the regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, it did not appear that there were any new absences at Ravens practice Saturday. Rookie cornerback Asa Jackson and offensive tackle Jah Reid were not on the field behind the team's training facility in Owings Mills. Jackson sat out Friday's session due to an illness, while Reid has not practiced the previous two days because of a strained right calf. Rookie outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw and backup strong safety Sean Considine were present.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2014
Just as owner  Steve Bisciotti  had done a day earlier, Ravens coach  John Harbaugh   stood firmly behind  Ray Rice  on Tuesday, saying that the running back “will be part of our team” in 2014. Harbaugh, however, did express disappointment that three of his players - Rice, wide receiver  Deonte Thompson  and offensive guard/tackle  Jah Reid   - were arrested in a 22-day span, calling their actions “unacceptable ... and disappointing.”   “You also separate the person from the activity and redemption is something we think is important as well,” Harbaugh said Tuesday morning at the NFL owners meetings at the  Ritz-Carlton  Orlando Grande Lakes resort.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2012
One of John Harbaugh 's offensive tackles had been carted off the field and another was held out of this week's three-day mandatory minicamp so he could focus on his conditioning. After another hot practice under the bright sun, the Ravens' coach didn't feel like sharing any state secrets. Jah Reid , who spent most of the week at right tackle, was carted off the practice field midway through Thursday's final day of minicamp. His right leg rested on the back of the cart.
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By Edward Lee | January 9, 2013
The Ravens released their first injury report of the week leading up to Saturday's AFC Divisional playoff game against the Denver Broncos, and Bernard Pierce did not practice Wednesday. The rookie running back, who is described as dealing with a knee injury, did not appear to participate in Tuesday's session. Fullback Vonta Leach also did not practice. He aggravated a sprained right ankle in Sunday's 24-9 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Wildcard playoff round. Leach has sat out the last four Thursdays without missing a start.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2014
One month after coach John Harbaugh emphasized a high standard for players' conduct, starting cornerback Jimmy Smith became the latest Ravens player to be arrested during an unusually rocky offseason. Smith, 25, was charged Saturday night with failure to obey a lawful order of a police officer, a misdemeanor, after an incident at the Greene Turtle in Towson, making him the fifth Ravens player to be arrested since February. Police responding to a call about an unconscious woman in a bathroom at the York Road bar said they found Smith helping an intoxicated woman in the women's restroom.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2014
Ravens starting cornerback Jimmy Smith was arrested and charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct Saturday night after an incident at The Greene Turtle in Towson, according to Baltimore County police. Police said Smith, 25, was cited for failure to obey a lawful order of a police officer. Ravens team officials are aware of the incident involving Smith. "We're gathering information about this," Ravens senior vice president of public and community relations Kevin Byrne said.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2014
Coach John Harbaugh said at the end of mandatory minicamp Thursday that all of the Ravens who were limited or kept out this week by injuries could be back by the time training camp starts June 24. “I'd say it looks really good for almost all those guys,” Harbaugh said. Four players have been absent from all three days of minicamp: offensive lineman Jah Reid, nose tackle Terrence Cody, wide receiver Kamar Aiken and rookie offensive tackle Parker Graham. Cody also missed OTAs while recovering from offseason hip surgery, while Reid was out with a strained calf.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
Several veteran starters aren't at the Ravens' organized team activity today at team headquarters. That includes outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, nose tackle Haloti Ngata, offensive guard Marshal Yanda, middle linebacker Daryl Smith, outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and defensive end Chris Canty. This marks the second consecutive week that Suggs, Ngata and Canty have missed. Attendance at organized team activities are voluntary under the NFL collective bargaining agreement.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
The most pleasing sight for Ravens officials during the first week of organized team activities had to be Kelechi Osemele popping off the ball and running around the field like a guy who was truly happy to be healthy again. There's not enough contact in these OTAs to determine how healthy and strong Osemele is after his back surgery in November, but the third-year guard certainly looked the part, sprinting from drill to drill and to and from the huddle. There is a lot of talk about the competition at right tackle, and that's understandable.
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Mike Preston | May 29, 2014
During a 21-minute news conference Thursday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh appeared angry, frustrated and disappointed. As he enters his seventh season, the Ravens have never had more off-field incidents than this offseason. Four of the 13 NFL players who have been arrested or charged with a crime since the Super Bowl on Feb. 2 have been Ravens, according to records kept by ProFootballTalk.com. That's an embarrassment to one of the NFL's top organizations. "There have been a lot more phone calls this year than other years in the offseason to find out what the heck some guys are thinking at times," Harbaugh said.
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By Chris Korman, The Baltimore Sun | April 28, 2012
If the Ravens have a specific plan for filling the hole left by Ben Grubbs now that the draft has ended, they aren't divulging it. Not that anybody should be surprised. As is so often the case, coach John Harbaugh spoke fondly of the potential battle for playing time along the offensive line without giving any indication of how he thinks it may shake out. "I think it goes back to this: All things are possible," he said Saturday at the team's Owings Mills headquarters.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | July 13, 2014
Ravens starting cornerback Jimmy Smith was arrested and charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct Saturday night after an incident at The Greene Turtle in Towson, according to Baltimore County police. Police said Smith, 25, was cited for failure to obey a lawful order of a police officer. Ravens team officials are aware of the incident involving Smith. "We're gathering information about this," Ravens senior vice president of public and community relations Kevin Byrne said.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
None of the Ravens' three roster additions following their rookie minicamp over the weekend are strangers to the NFL. Tight end Phillip Supernaw , 24, spent part of the 2012 season on the Houston Texans' practice squad and played in one game for the Texans last season. Fullback Shaun Chapas , 26, played in six career games for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Dallas Cowboys during the 2011 and 2012 campaigns. And offensive guard Will Rackley , 25, played three seasons for the Jaguars, starting 25 games.
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Mike Preston | May 11, 2014
An average football team had an average draft. The Ravens came away from the annual event held over the weekend with nine rookies, but only two - linebacker C.J. Mosley and safety Terrence Brooks - will have immediate impact. A third, defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, could make this draft a little bit more special. Ideally, the Ravens wanted to draft a quality offensive tackle or guard. They did get better on defense, but the biggest weakness from a year ago is still a major problem.
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