WESTMINSTER -- Showing a sharp burst through the lobby of the team hotel Thursday night, former Pro…
Boulware thrilled to be back with Ravens
One day after signing a one-year, $1 million contract with $1 million in incentives after the team released him as a $6 million salary-cap casualty three months ago, Boulware is thrilled to be back with the team that drafted him in the first round in 1997. "I always wanted to be here, but I didn't think it was possible," said Boulware, who missed all of last season with knee and toe injuries. "I thought once I left, I would have to find another place. "Keeping my locker and things like that is special to me. It just lets me know how much this organization means to me and I am just privileged to be here." Boulware wondered whether his career was over when the Ravens released him and there wasn't heavy interest from other teams. Considering he's 30 and hadn't played in a game since Dec. 21, 200...
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