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Let’s not pull down the emergency trigger in Baltimore, yet. Nevertheless, it would be understandable if the red lever was being watched with caution as the Ravens’ first unit offense continues to struggle with productive consistency. Photo Credit: BaltimoreRavens.com The Atlanta Falcons’ first unit offense out dueled the defending Super Bowl champs in the opening quarters last Thursday evening, but their reserves, again, handled business in the second half to overcame a double digit deficit in pull out the 27-23 win. Several teams like the Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots and even the Cleveland Browns (don’t judge) first unit offense, to name a few, reflexes mid-season form as they are posting numbers on the scoreboard and results. At least they are displaying solid expectations. But, it’s only preseason, right? “It wasn’t great fundamental football, by any stretch,” said Ravens’ head coach John Harbaugh. “We didn’t run block real well, so we couldn’t get the run game going.
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The Baltimore Ravens’ pass rush was nothing special last season, but it could be this season, thanks to the offseason acquisition of Elvis Dumervil and a healthy Terrell Suggs. On paper, the Ravens may not only have their best pass-rushing duo since Suggs arrived in 2003, but they may very well possess the most potent [...]
The Ravens were starting to look pretty deep at the wide receiver spot, until today. The Ravens shipped former draft pick David Reed to the Indianapolis Colts for Delone Carter. Carter has amassed 499 yards and five scores over his first two seasons, but his 3.8 yards per carry paints an accurate picture of a […]
Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is selling a Maryland home for $1.1 million, and those interested can get plenty of Lewis with it.
The 2.33-acre property comes with its own Olympic-sized swimming pool. Other amenities include a steam shower, sauna room, game center and 2,000-square-foot trophy room. There’s also a den with an entire wall dedicated to Lewis’ face.
The Baltimore Ravens have been plagued with a few injuries over the past few weeks. From a season-ending injury to tight end Dennis Pitta, to players only missing a day of practice, and everything in between.
With Week 1 just over two weeks away, the Ravens have to get their starting lineup set. But which players battling injuries can the team expect to be on the field in Denver...
According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, Ravens tight end Ed Dickson returned to practice today after sitting out with a hamstring injury.
Good sign for Ravens: Ed Dickson and Marcus Spears both at practice. Anthony Allen also back.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) August 19, 2013
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For a fourth straight season, Razzball will be interviewing local NFL beat writers for some actual in-depth football knowledge to shed some additional light on our fantasy football knowledge. Keep your eye out for an interview for every NFL team through the summer. This installment comes courteous of Brian Malan from leading Baltimore Ravens blog Baltimore Beat Down (date...
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Former Ravens linebacker and current ESPN NFL analyst Ray Lewis is selling his Owings Mills, Maryland mansion for $1.1 million if your interested.
Below is a dsectription of the house.
THERE ARE AT LEAST 52 REASONS TO PURCHASE THIS STUNNING CONTEMPORARY HOME. GRACIOUSLY SITUATED ON OVER 2 ACRES. THIS HOME BOASTS LAVISH APPOINTMENTS OF MARBLE &GRANITE...
The Baltimore Ravens have acquired running back Delone Carter from the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for wide receiver-kick returner David Reed, both teams announced Wednesday. As is the case with most preseason trades, it represents a change of scenery for two players on the roster bubble with their former squads. Carter was in a battle [...]
The 2013 NFL regular season is right around the corner. With that being said, it's time to launch our team previews. FOXSports.com contributor Taylor Jones will answer important questions for every franchise.
2012 Record: 10-6. Won the Super Bowl.
What must the team accomplish to consider the season a success?
With the offloading of Ed Reed and Bernard...
The Baltimore Ravens acquired running back Delone Carter from the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday in a trade for wide receiver David Reed.
The deal involves two players who have seen limited playing time in the NFL.
Reed, 26, has five career receptions for 66 yards over three years. All five catches came last year. To this point in his career, his biggest plays have come on special...
The Baltimore Ravens have acquired running back Delone Carter from the Indianapolis Colts in a trade for wide receiver David Reed.
The deal, announced Wednesday, involves two players who have seen limited playing time in the NFL.
Carter has started three games over two seasons with the Colts, running 133 times for 499 yards and five touchdowns. He was a fourth-round pick out of...
The Indianapolis Colts have made a mid-preseason trade with the Baltimore Ravens. They gave away running back Delone Carter and in return they got wide receiver David Reed.The trading has not stopped. The Colts decided to clear up a position that was clogged up with players, and added a solid depth receiver. Delone Carter showed some promise in his rookie year but never really broke...
The Ravens reorganized their depth chart at receiver before Thursday's preseason game against Carolina.