The Player's Tribune "Before kickoff on game day, in NFL locker rooms all over the country, players wait in line to drop their pants. We call it the T Train. I play for the Baltimore Ravens, and if we’re at home there’s a small office sectioned off from the training room in M&T Bank Stadium that we use. If we’re on..." May 23
Philly.com "The only NFL player to openly advocate for medical marijuana has donated $80,000 to fund cannabis research on football players at the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins University. Eugene Monroe, offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, has previously urged the NFL to remove..." May 13
Complex "Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe has created a website, eugenemonroe.com, in support the use of medicinal marijuana. Under "My Story," Monroe explains why he's calling for the removal of weed from the league's list of banned substances. I’m calling for the NFL to remove marijuana..." May 12
Black Sports Online "Eugene Monroe is opening up about the prevalence of painkillers in the NFL. The painkiller addiction seems to be overlooked as everyone is fighting to keep hold onto their chance at playing in the NFL. The death of Prince has caused some understandably worried tweets from the Ravens offensive..." April 23
Baltimore Sun "ohn Harbaugh made sure everybody knew there was no ambiguity about where he stood on several proposed rule changes at this week's owners meetings. The Ravens coach spent a good chunk of his hour-long interview with reporters Tuesday on the subject, referring to the time element involved with..." March 25
The Comeback "Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe was active on Twitter Tuesday morning voicing his opinion on a number of subjects. Monroe stated somewhere along the line he was donating $10,000 to marijuana research and called on his fellow NFL players to do the same. The legalization of..." March 15
Baltimore Sun "An injury-riddled season for Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe continued Sunday when, after a strong first half, Monroe left the game in the second half to have his left shoulder looked at. Monroe will not return, the team announced. Monroe missed the Week 8 win over the San Diego Chargers..." November 22
CSN Mid-Atlantic "Ravens coach John Harbaugh said starting left tackle Eugene Monroe should be ready for Week 1, but had a serious forearm bruise that was not allowing him to practice. “He’s not cleared to practice this week with that,” Harbaugh said Thursday. “There’s not a fracture or anything like that, as..." August 28
Harbaugh said Eugene Monroe is the Ravens' starting left tackle going forward
Pro Football Talk "The Ravens have been without left tackle Eugene Monroe at practice this week, which suggested that they’d have to play the Steelers without him on Saturday night in the playoff opener for both teams. That suggestion became a proclamation on Friday. The Ravens have ruled Monroe out because of a..." January 02
Pro Football Talk "The Ravens are a little closer to getting their left tackle back in the lineup. Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that Eugene Monroe participated in practice for the first time since having arthroscopic knee surgery three weeks ago. According to Wilson, Monroe “wasn’t moving that bad”..." October 16
Told Ravens thinking LT Eugene Monroe's knee surgery will keep him out 3-4 weeks.
Baltimore Beat Down "After all the hoopla the past week, Monroe will be the Ravens' starting left tackle. Through all the ups and downs over the past week, the Ravens were still able to bring back left tackle Eugene Monroe." March 11
Ravens didn't use the franchise tag on offensive tackle Eugene Monroe
Baltimore Beat Down "The Ravens would like to lock Monroe up before free agency begins. There appears to be at least one suitor that would compete with Baltimore for Eugene Monroe's services if he hits the free agent market. According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins would probably pursue Monroe if he becomes..." February 26
NFL.com "Now that the Baltimore Ravens have freed up $4 million in salary-cap space with Terrell Suggs' restructured contract, general manager Ozzie Newsome can turn his attention to re-signing impending free agents Eugene Monroe and Dennis Pitta. While Pitta and the Ravens appear to be at an impasse on..." February 18
CBS Sports "The Baltimore Ravens are hopeful they can retain left tackle Eugene Monroe, according to team sources, after acquiring him from Jacksonville in a midseason trade. Monroe is eligible for unrestricted free agency in March, but keeping him is a priority for Baltimore, which has gone through some..." December 22
Baltimore Beat Down "Bryant McKinnie reportedly OK with demotion. With recently acquired left tackle Eugene Monroe getting a full week of practice under his belt all signs point to the former Jacksonville first-round pick earning a start Sunday against Green Bay. "I would anticipate that he'll play quite a bit —..." October 12
Baltimore Beat Down "Eugene Monroe is still growing accustomed to his new team the Baltimore Ravens. Likewise the Ravens are getting a good feel for how Monroe likes to practice and prepare in his own way. Both have a goal in mind to prepare in the best way to win ballgames. Monroe's hoping his approach combined..." October 05
Source says #jaguars will get Baltimore's fourth and fifth round picks in 2014 for Monroe.
Baltimore Sun "The Ravens have acquired offensive tackle Eugene Monroe from the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for multiple draft pick compensation according to league sources. A source said the Ravens will be sending third-day draft picks to the Jaguars for Monroe and that the basic framework of the deal..." October 02
Pending a physical Jacksonville has agreed in principle to trade OT Eugene Monroe to Baltimore per league sources.
Jacksonville Times-Union "Running back Maurice Jones-Drew isn’t the only high-profile Jaguars player entering the final year of his contract. Left tackle Eugene Monroe will see five-year, $26.25 million contract expire after this season. The Jaguars’ best offensive lineman last year – he didn’t miss a snap and was..." April 10