Saints signed OG Ben Grubbs, formerly of the Ravens, to a five-year, $36 million deal.
According to the Washington Times, free agent OG Ben Grubbs is "in play" for the Redskins.
Free agent OG Ben Grubbs will reportedly visit the Saints.
Free agent LG Ben Grubbs is expected to surpass Ravens RG Marshal Yanda's five-year, $32 million contract on the open market.
The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens have made "what both sides acknowledged" was a substantial offer to impending free agent LG Ben Grubbs.
The Carroll County Times mentions the Bears and Cowboys as potential suitors for free agent LG Ben Grubbs.
Although the Ravens' talks with free agent LG Ben Grubbs have been "very positive," his player rep suggests no deal is close.
Free agent LG Ben Grubbs' player rep says he had a "very positive meeting" with the Ravens at the Scouting Combine.
The Carroll County Times' Aaron Wilson is "hearing" the Bears will be a potential landing spot for free agent LG Ben Grubbs if he is not re-signed by the Ravens.
Coach Jim Harbaugh insists the Ravens are going to "really make a run" at re-signing LG Ben Grubbs.
Updating a previous item, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome isn't giving up on the idea of signing free agent LG Ben Grubbs to a long-term contract.
The Ravens were less optimistic about their chances of retaining free agent LG Ben Grubbs than Ray Rice at Wednesday's press conference.
Free agent LG Ben Grubbs realizes that re-signing with the Ravens could get "a little complicated" due to RG Marshal Yanda's five-year, $32 million contract.
Ravens LG Ben Grubbs said after Sunday's win over the Steelers that he wasn't sure if he aggravated the turf toe ailment that had sidelined him since Week 2.