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Eugene Monroe Showing Leadership In Offseason

“This is a lot better than 7 o’clock,” he said. The second-year offensive lineman has been one of a handful of players taking part in morning workouts orchestrated by the Ravens’ newly re-signed left tackle Eugene Monroe. They usually start at 7 a.m. Jensen was essentially thanking his w...

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Eugene Monroe, Michael Oher Talk Future With Ravens

Eugene Monroe and Michael Oher are both free agents, and there is likely only enough money to sign one. The Ravens have a big decision ahead for their offensive line. The two starting tackles – Eugene Monroe and Michael Oher – are both free agents and expected to garner interest on the open ma...

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Free Agent Duel: Monroe vs. Pitta

This time last year, the Ravens were fresh off a Super Bowl victory and their front office could do no wrong. But after a poor finish this season had them miss the playoffs for the first time in the John Harbaugh era, Baltimore is clearly in need of some retooling. General Manager Ozzie Newsome ...

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2014 NFL Free Agency Primer: O-line

Offensive tackles stormed the top of the 2013 NFL draft, claiming picks Nos. 1, 2 and 4 overall. Quarterbacks may have reclaimed the spotlight this year, even though three more tackles (Taylor Lewan, Jake Matthews and Greg Robinson) all could land in the top 10. Before all that goes down, though, te...

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Ravens, Eugene Monroe reach deal

The Baltimore Ravens and left tackle Eugene Monroe have agreed to terms on a five-year deal worth $37.5 million, sources confirmed to ESPN. Monroe was considered the second-best offensive tackle available in free agency, behind Branden Albert. "I was pretty confident that it would work out whereve...

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Ravens hang onto left tackle Eugene Monroe

The wheel was spinning quickly, and if you didn’t get one, it’s time to wait for the draft. The Ravens completed the left tackle market about 30 minutes after it opened, reaching a deal with their own guy, Eugene Monroe. The deal was first reported by the NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala, bes...

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Monroe provides stability for Ravens

After offensive tackle Eugene Monroe signed his contract with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday, general manager Ozzie Newsome recounted a story about the time owner Steve Bisciotti asked why the team was paying left tackle Jonathan Ogden more than all of the other offensive linemen. "Up until you ...

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Ravens LT Eugene Monroe Talks Re-Signing

Baltimore Ravens Left Tackle Eugene Monroe officially resigned with the Baltimore Ravens Wednesday. Monroe joined The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to discuss his feelings on staying with the Ravens for another 5 years. Scott opened up the interview asking Eugene if the anxiety of free agency ...

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