Found November 09, 2011 on The Purple Chaos:
After an up and down start to begin the 2011 season for the Baltimore Ravens, wide receiver Anquan Boldin is starting to pick up his production and in a big way. In Sunday night’s game at Pittsburgh, against the league’s third-ranked pass defense, Boldin hauled in seven catches for 88 yards and was targeted 10 [...]

Will the Baltimore Ravens Offense Ever Get Going Again?

When we hear the word Baltimore, “we” being to NFL enthusiasts, the first thing that comes to our mind is defense. Baltimore has been the home of some of the greatest defenses and defensive players in NFL history. This year, as always, the defense has played a major part in all six wins for the Baltimore Ravens, but the same cannot be said for the offense. The offense has shown...

Terrell Suggs Plugs "Ball So Hard University"

Once again the league's best defense, the Baltimore Ravens feature some of the best individual players to ever play the game. Ed Reed will likely go down as one of the 5 best safeties ever, if not higher, and Ray Lewis is without a doubt one of the most incredible linebackers to suit up. Among the other notables on the team is Terrell Suggs, the franchise's all-time leader...

Oher has improved his play past two weeks

Ravens starting right tackle Michael Oher took a lot of criticism during the first month of the season, but has played well the past two weeks.

Only 1 Road Block In Front Of Ravens

Since John Harbaugh took over as Head Coach, the Baltimore Ravens road to the Super Bowl always had one familiar and constant road block known as the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2008, the Ravens were one win away from the Super Bowl and Steelers dashed the hopes of the first Rookie Head Coach and quarterback reaching the Super Bowl in their first season. In fact, in 2008 the Ravens...

Baltimore Ravens team report: Lee Evans closer to return

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Surgery wasn't an option for Grubbs

Left guard elated procedure ruled outAfter talking to former Ravens left tackle Jonathan Ogden about the turf toe injury that contributed to the future Hall of Famer's retiring after the 2007 season, left guard Ben Grubbs was understandably concerned about the strained ligaments in a toe on his right foot that had shelved him for six consecutive games.

Baltimore Ravens team report: Lee Evans close to return

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NFL Preview - Baltimore (6-2) at Seattle (2-6) (ET)

Joe Flacco may have his critics, but the spectacular game- winning drive the Baltimore Ravens quarterback engineered against a bitter rival last weekend brought some more support over to his camp.

Ravens' Lewis says NFL fined him for hit on Steelers' Ward

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis said Wednesday that he was fined by the NFL for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward in Sunday night's game.

Ravens notes: Lewis to appeal fine for hit on Steelers' Ward

Linebacker: 'It won't change the way I play in this league'; Evans practicesRay Lewis ' hit on Hines Ward on Sunday was costly not only to the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, but to the Ravens linebacker as well.
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