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Head coach John Harbaugh indicated that kicker Billy Cundiff will not be ready to kick this week, according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times. Cundiff continues to nurse an injured left-calf, which has severely effected his play over the past several weeks. In his place, the newly signed Shayne Graham will handle the [...]
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With the continued ongoing concern of kicker Billy Cundiff’s left calf injury and recent performance, the Baltimore Ravens signed veteran place-kicker Shayne Graham on Wednesday. “We’re trying to win a football game on (Saturday),” Ravens special team coordinator Jerry Rosburg said Wednesday, according to CSNWashington.com “Bringing in Shayne is a real plus for us because [...]
The Ravens have signed 34-year old kicker Shayne Graham. Graham played in 1 game earlier this year for the Dolphins. He connected on 4 of 5 field goals and all six of his extra points for the Dolphins as he racked up 18 points in that game! Graham has now played in 138 games in his first 11 years in the NFL and he has connected on 212 of 247 field goals (85.8%). He has also...
Placekicker Billy Cundiff is not expected to play this weekend vs. Cleveland due to his ailing calf, according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times.
Shayne Graham will replace Cundiff in the favorable match-up and merits fantasy consideration - especially if Cundiff was part of your weekly lineup.
Billy Cundiff has been dealing with a left calf injury. He has also missed nine field goals this season. Considering all that, the Ravens have signed kicker Shayne Graham, according to the team’s Twitter account.Graham was a longtime Cincinnati Bengal. The Ravens brought him in to camp two summers ago, but Cundiff beat him out for the kicker job.To make room on the roster, the...
Baltimore Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff is doubtful for Saturday's game against the Cleveland Browns with a left calf injury.
For the Ravens, familiarity was one of the biggest perks of bringing in Shayne Graham as injury insurance for Billy Cundiff, who missed practice again Thursday with a calf injury. Graham, an 11-year NFL veteran, spent time with the Ravens in training camp in 2010, going down to the wire with Cundiff for the job.
The Ravens have signed placekicker Shayne Graham, according to their official team twitter page.
Adding Graham for insurance puts up a fantasy red flag on Billy Cundiff, who is dealing with a calf injury. Have a backup plan ready to go if Cundiff has been your weekly kicker.
With kicker Billy Cundiff battling a calf injury, the Ravens announced Wednesday that they have signed veteran kicker Shayne Graham. To make room for Graham -- and to keep Cundiff on the active roster -- the team placed linebacker Chavis Williams on injured reserve with a foot injury.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh arrived for work in a good mood Tuesday morning following the San Francisco 49ers' victory Monday night over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
And with good reason: The Ravens moved back into first place with the Steelers' loss.
''He was coming in: `Did you see that game? Who won?''' quarterback Joe Flacco said about Harbaugh...
With the calf injury to Billy Cundiff, the Baltimore Ravens have signed veteran kicker Shayne Graham. Billy Cundiff has not practiced in two weeks and has struggled this season. He recently missed a 36 yard field goal against the San Diego Chargers and was in pain through much of the game. … [visit site to read more]
Baltimore Ravens Sign Former Bengal Kicker Shayne Graham - Ebony...
The Ravens just released their final injury report before Saturday's home game against the Cleveland Browns and there were no surprises. Wide receiver Anquan Boldin (knee) was already ruled out on Thursday. Kicker Billy Cundiff (calf) was listed as doubtful on Friday and defensive end Cory Redding (ankle) is questionable.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh received an early Christmas gift from his brother, Jim, on Monday night, in the form of a 49ers win over the Steelers, putting Baltimore back in control of the AFC North.
OWINGS MILLS -- Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin is undergoing surgery today to repair a slightly torn meniscus, according to coach John Harbaugh.
Harbaugh said that Boldin should be out the final two weeks of the regular season and able to return in time for the playoffs. Lee Evans will start in his place opposite rookie Torrey Smith
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs