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Evan Silva

The Baltimore Ravens have just over a month to bask on the glory of their football world championship.
Citing a team source, Tim Twentyman of reports that the Lions have waived wide receiver Titus Young.
In Sunday night’s Super Bowl XLVII loss to the Ravens, 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss was the intended target of quarterback Colin Kaepernick on a second-quarter pass that was easily intercepted by safety Ed Reed.
Pistol formations and read-option offenses took the NFL by storm in 2012, and the Seattle Seahawks were involved.
Mike Garafolo of USA Today reports that Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata was spotted walking through the team hotel on Monday without crutches.
Baltimore wide receiver Anquan Boldin has been a playoff difference maker, catching 16 passes for 276 yards and three touchdowns through three postseason wins.
The league office fined Ravens safety Ed Reed more than $100,000 this season for helmet-to-helmet hits.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announced on January 2 that this year’s postseason run would be his “last ride” in the NFL.
Florio speculated just last week that former Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon -- currently of the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad -- could reunite with college coach Chip Kelly in Philadelphia.
Ravens safety Ed Reed is an impending free agent, and it’s become popular to dot-connect Reed to New England as a match with longtime admirer Bill Belichick.
According to FOX 11 Sports in Green Bay, the Minnesota Vikings have interest in longtime division rival receiver Donald Driver.
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is one of the biggest stars of this year’s Super Bowl, but he didn’t always look headed for that.
New Bears coach Marc Trestman has been repeatedly noncommittal on the future of linebacker Brian Urlacher in Chicago.
Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune reports the Buccaneers have begun contract extension talks with wide receiver Mike Williams.
Eagles observers are currently in guessing-game mode about the future of the quarterback position under rookie coach Chip Kelly.
Former No. 1 overall pick JaMarcus Russell -- widely considered the biggest bust in NFL draft history -- recently shed weight and is attempting an NFL comeback.
Earlier Monday, we passed along news that quarterback Joe Flacco will target Drew Brees money in post-season contract negotiations with the Ravens.
Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady, who is an impending free agent, will require surgery to repair a shoulder injury suffered in Denver’s regular season finale.
Longtime Steelers nose tackle Casey Hampton is 35 years old and his contract is up.
Baltimore’s Joe Flacco is the top quarterback in the NFL with an expiring contract.
49ers defensive end Justin Smith tore his left triceps tendon in Week Fifteen and missed the final two regular season games.
Although the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles have defensive coordinator openings and ex-Bears coach Lovie Smith would be a respectable choice for either job, Smith’s plans for 2013 reportedly don’t involve coaching in the NFL.