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During this year’s free agency frenzy, it became clear early that Dawan Landry wasn’t going to be returning to … [visit site to read more]Dawan Landry To Be Reunited With Ravens - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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After being sidelined since the teams second game with a left ankle injury, veteran wide receiver Lee Evans expects to return at some point this season for the Baltimore Ravens. Evans indicated that surgery is not an option. He’s also made no prediction for when he might return. “It’s to the point now where I [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have been very physical on offense this year and that is because they got the running game back in high gear. 24-year old Ray Rice is off to a great start in 2011 for the Ravens. He has played in all five games for the Ravens so far this year and he has carried the ball 89 times for 398 yards (4.5 ypc) with 2 TD runs. Rice has also caught 21 passes for...
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that safety Tom Zbikowski has not been cleared for contact yet.
Photo from cbsnews.comThere has only been a small window to view rookie, Blaine Gabbert, at the professional level, but the 2011 tenth overall selection has looked very confident. He is … [visit site to read more]Is Blaine Gabbert worth picking up in fantasy leagues? - Black and Teal - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Jaguars Pro Bowl tight end Marcedes Lewis has had a disappointing start to the season. Lewis is on pace to catch just 27 passes for a little over 300 yards. The poor start is part of the reason Jacksonville is at the bottom of the league in most of the passing categories.
Baltimore Ravens' pass rush on the attack this season.
The Jaguars showed how desperate they are for help at the wide receiver position Tuesday when they agreed to terms with Mike Sims-Walker, who was cut by the Rams.
Offensive coordinator made proper calls in red zoneI've had some complaints with Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron through the years, but didn't find much fault in the game he called Sunday against the Texans. The Ravens ended up kicking five field goals, but Cameron had little to do with their lack of success inside the red zone. In fact, the Ravens were two of four...
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The Jacksonville Jaguars host the Ravens on Monday Night Football. And that’s a sufficiently big stage to sell out EverBank Field. Almost. According to Francine King of the Florida Times-Union, the Jaguars need to sell 3,000 non-premium tickets in order to avoid a local blackout of the game. The Jaguars have sold out all regular-season…
Pagano on Maurice Jones-Drew: "He's scary."I think we've all heard and said plenty about the challenge that Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will pose for the Ravens this week, but it's just impossible to ignore this gem from Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano during his weekly talk with the media.