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John Harbaugh has the Baltimore Ravens purring this year

The Baltimore Ravens have swept the Steelers this year and they are sitting atop the AFC North tied with the surprising Bengals with a 6-2 record.  The Ravens have amped up the defense once again this year and they are hitting the hell out of opposing offensive players.  The Ravens are only giving up 279.4 yards and 16.3 points per game so far this year!  The only thing really...

Ravens Anquan Boldin Hosts 1st Fundraiser Dinner in Baltimore

Access Athletes will be attending Ravens Anquan Boldin's Inaugural Fundraiser Dinner in Baltimore at M&T Bank Stadium on November 14, 2011.

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.

Avoiding the Trap Game: Will 3rd Time be a Charm for the Ravens?

As the Baltimore Ravens reach the halfway point of the 2011 NFL season, they have been nothing short of entertaining.  While their roller-coaster of a season has featured more highs than lows, the lows have certainly been alarming.  Losses away from home to the likes of the Tennessee Titans (4-4) and the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-6) have made the Ravens the victim of the dreaded...

Smith's 'Call of Duty' puts apology to Rice on backburner

Ray Rice had a long TD run wiped away on Sunday by a holding penalty on Torrey Smith, and he has a theory why the rookie has been too busy to apologize for it.

Steelers Ravens Week 9 Offensive Line Breakdown Report

The offensive line breakdown report from the Sunday night game against the Baltimore Ravens is now complete and I had to even do this twice because of the tremendous grades that I gave the first time through. This was by far the best the offensive line has played as a unit all season and the best against the Ravens in some time. All 5 starters scored in the 90% range and that is...

Ravens Must Beware Beast Mode

Marshawn Lynch’s persona known as “Beast Mode” is nothing to kid around about. While he’s been inconsistent during his career, Lynch has had some huge games against unlikely opponants. As you can see from the video above, Lynch is not the easiest to tackle and will not be stopped once beast mode is activated. The big question is, will the Ravens be able to stop it?More after...

Ravens eager to avoid letdown

Team remembers losses to Titans, Jaguars after significant winsThe Ravens have seen this scenario play out before.

Evans not expected to return Sunday vs. Seahawks

Wide receiver "could go" if neededLee Evans logged in a full week of practice, but the wide receiver is not expected to return Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.

Wednesday Practice Transcript - 11/09

Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following: Head Coach John Harbaugh QB Joe Flacco LB Ray Lewis RB Ray Rice OLB Terrell Suggs
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