Jake Long agrees to one-year deal with Baltimore Ravens

In mid-September 2013, the Nashville Post reported that Jaborian McKenzie had transferred to Alcorn State and was playing football there. Within a day of that account, he had been dismissed — but he was allowed to rejoin the team for the 2014 season, though he did not play in a game. Last September, Brandon Banks was dismissed from Butte College after news broke that he was playing there.

Chris Boyd, the teammate who helped carry the victim to a teammate’s bed after the assault, pleaded down from a felony charge of tampering with evidence as an accessory to criminal intent to be an accessory in exchange for the promise of his cooperation for the prosecution. He was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days of probation. In November 2013 he announced that he would be entering the NFL draft and in March he got an opportunity to try for a spot on the Cowboys’ roster. He was cut in mid-August, joined the Cowboys’ practice squad and was signed to a future/reserve contract for 2015.

Even though this trial is over, another one still remains for McKenzie and Banks. And Vandenburg’s lawyer has said he will soon file a motion asking for a mistrial since one juror did not disclose that he was a victim in a sexual criminal trial years ago. The juror’s lawyer has said that case does not resemble this one in any way that would have had an impact on his client’s ability to be a fair and impartial juror.?

On Jan. 30, 20/20 dedicated an hour to detailing the police investigation and the trial. The program aired the surveillance footage from Gillette Hall on the night of the rape, marking the first time the public had seen it. During the trial, all video and photographs were displayed so that only the jury, witnesses, lawyers, and judge could see them, because of the court’s protective order on the material and considering that there are more defendants to try. 20/20 also aired an image during the East coast broadcast of one of the indictments from the case file that briefly displayed the name of the victim on screen.?

The Baltimore have reached an agreement with free-agent offensive tackle on a one-year deal, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. He will fly to Baltimore on Tuesday night to sign with the if he passes his physical exam, sources told ESPN.

Long, the No. 1 draft pick by the in 2008, has a chance to earn a backup offensive tackle spot with the Ravens . Baltimore needed an experienced offensive tackle after cutting last month. Editor’s PicksHensley: Long provides much-needed insurance, experience for Ravens

Signing Jake Long gives the Ravens needed depth at tackle and the former Pro-Bowler will provide insurance behind first-round pick Ronnie Stanley, writes Jamison Hensley. Long played in just four games for the in 2015 with no starts. The 31-year-old signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with Atlanta in September.

Long’s durability is a question after multiple ACL tears and surgeries. He also had torn biceps and triceps injuries during his first seven seasons with the and .

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