(Updated 3:05 p.m.) CB Domonique Foxworth signs with the Ravens, Scott close with Jets, Ray Lewis is miffed

February 27, 2009 |

3:06 p.m. – Domonique Foxworth is officially now a member of the Baltimore Ravens. Foxworth was very funny and entertaining during his press conference. You can listen to the entire press conference in the audio vault and also check out Foxworth as he joined Nasty Nestor right after his press conference.

1:00 p.m. – The Ravens will hold a 2:30 press conference to announce the signing of a free agent. In the press release, the player is not named but Domonique Foxworth is the guy. Early reports are that he has signed a four year deal with the team.

In other Ravens news, Marques Douglas has been released by the Ravens after he returned to the team this season. Jason Brown is in St. Louis still this afternoon visiting with the Rams.

11:00 a.m. – Tim Graham’s blog on ESPN.com says that Bart Scott is leaving his comfort zone in Baltimore, but maybe finding a new one in New York with the Jets. Harold Lewis who represents Scott ,says that is not about the most money for Bart.

9:45 a.m. – Adam Schefter of NFL.com has updated a blog on the situation involving Ray Lewis and the Ravens. Here is the blog from Schefter who spoke with a source close to Ray who expressed his own opinion on the Ravens-Lewis situation.

9:20 – Dominique Foxworth is believed to be in Baltimore meeting with the Ravens today. It is also believed that he is seeking around five million dollars a year.

9:08 – Although reports are out now that Bart Scott and the Jets have done a deal. That is not true at this hour. Scott is visiting the Jets today, but has not signed a deal yet.

8:53 a.m. -Our friends at NationalFootballPost.com are reporting that Bart Scott has agreed to a contract with the Jets.

8;45 a.m. Adam Schefter of the NFL Network is reporting this morning that Dominique Foxworth will visit the Ravens today and could sign with the team today.

7:12 a.m. – Bart Scott will not be going to St. Louis today. Instead, he is headed to New York to visit with the Jets and is expected to get an offer from them today.

6:45 a.m. – The latest is still the same from earlier this morning on the Jason Brown and Bart Scott front as they are both going to visit with the Rams today. Another Raven taking some phone calls last night and a couple this morning is Dan Wilcox, who has drawn some interest from a couple teams.

12:45 – New report is that both Bart Scott and Jason Brown will be visiting with the St Louis Rams tomorrow according to Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com.

12:40 – The Jason Brown world tour looks like it will be making a visit to the Midwest first possibly as early as tomorrow, as was told to me this morning by a league source. The likely team is expected to be the Rams. This goes along with a report from earlier in the day that there was a new team interested in Jason Brown’s services coming from NationalFootballPost.com

Here are some news on the Ravens as free agency begins:

– Ray Lewis will begin to look for a home starting tonight. There are reports of a deal being on the table here in Baltimore that the Ravens and Lewis and his people talked about late into the evening.

– Bart Scott is the most intriguiing of the free agents for the Ravens. Reports have surfaced that a deal with the Ravens could be announced in the morning. There are also reports that he might be headed out on visits starting in the morning. My guess is that Scott stays in Baltimore and becomes the middle linebacker.

– Kyle Boller has been labeled as a target by the Dallas Cowboys as a backup to Tony Romo.

-Several teams have expressed in bringing in Jason Brown. The reports that the Redskins were the front runners, might have died down late into the evening. The Rams, Vikings, and Bills, are still believed to be pursuing Brown. Look for Matt Birk to be a possible suitor for the Ravens if he does not agree to a deal with the Vikings. Birk and Joe Flacco both have the same agent.

-There is a report that former Terp Dominique Foxworth could be on the Ravens radar screen.