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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 out. He didn't get enough snaps and wasn't able to show his talents off. He had a few fumbling issues and turned the ball over a few times. Although that wasn't why he was cut, it didn't help.David Reed is a backup wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens. He has good speed and decent hands and could challenge for a roster spot. Because of the new system, he's on the outside looking in, but his chances are pretty good. With the acquisition of Reed and the signing of Maurice Williams a few days ago, it shows the front office is not happy with the backup wide receivers. Those guys are in ...
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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 […]
Indianapolis Colts tight end Coby Fleener suffered a knee
injury during Sunday night’s preseason contest against the New York Giants.
While Fleener received good news regarding the ailing knee when his MRI came
back clean, it doesn’t mean that the second-year player is ready to return to
the playing field just yet. Head coach Chuck Pagano told reporters – including Mike
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.
BALTIMORE -- John Harbaugh listed all the good things the Baltimore Ravens did in their third preseason game.
"Very pleased about most everything about the game," he said. "I like the way we played, I liked how we played."
Then he stated the obvious.
"I just didn't like the four returns for touchdowns," the coach concluded.
Ted Ginn Jr. took...
Torrey Smith avoided the dreaded sophomore slump last season by making noticeable strides as a wide receiver. He will be counted on to continue evolving entering his third season, as circumstance has thrust him to the top of the depth chart. During his first two seasons, Smith, 24, had the luxury of learning the ins [...]
John Harbaugh listed all the good things the Baltimore Ravens did in their third preseason game.
''Very pleased about most everything about the game,'' he said. ''I like the way we played, I liked how we played.''
Then he stated the obvious.
''I just didn't like the four returns for touchdowns,'' the coach concluded.
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?
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There was not a whole lot that went right for the Baltimore Ravens against the Carolina Panthers Thursday night. The Ravens defense was not bad, but the offense had this nasty habit of turning the ball over and letting the Panthers score. Carolina never actually scored an offensive touchdown in the 34-28 win (three scored off turnovers and one via punt return).
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The Baltimore Ravens (2-0) host the Carolina Panthers (1-1) at M & T Bank Stadium tonight. Kickoff is at 8:00 p.m. ET. Baltimore’s starting offense has only scored once — on a 77-yard touchdown catch and run by wide receiver Torrey Smith — while the starting defense has allowed 33 combined points to the Tampa […]The post Carolina Panthers hopefuls showcase talents against...
The Ravens reorganized their depth chart at receiver before Thursday's preseason game against Carolina.