Posted November 17, 2011 on AP on Fox
Lee Evans can't say for sure whether he will be back on the field Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens face the Cincinnati Bengals in a showdown for first place in the AFC North. The speedy wide receiver does know this much: He's sick of watching games from the sideline. Obtained in a preseason trade with the Buffalo Bills, Evans was supposed to give the Ravens the deep threat they've been lacking for years. The eight-year pro played in the first two games, but has missed the last seven with a left ankle injury. Evans knows he has to be patient, but says it ''hasn't been an easy process.'' He's optimistic about returning Sunday, although he expects his status to be a game-time decision. Evans has only two catches this season.

Gerry Sandusky, Baltimore Ravens Announcer, Is Not Related To The Alleged Pederast

Besides feeling awful for the children (think of the children!) whose lives were forever scarred by a demented pervert, I kind of feel bad for the same-named people in the world who have also had their family name somewhat tarnished. It happened in the Casey Anthony case and it's happening with Baltimore Ravens' radio announcer Gerry Sandusky, whose name is close enough that...

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Joe Flacco fined $7,500 for horse-collar tackle

There’s been plenty of talk in the NFL about the league office going too far in fining defensive players for hits on quarterbacks, but for the second time today we have news of a quarterback being fined for a hit on a defensive player. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has been fined $7,500 for a horse-collar…

Bengals-Ravens Preview

The Baltimore Ravens have piled up some big wins this season, knocking off the only two AFC teams with records superior to their own - including a season sweep of their most bitter rival. That's what makes it all the more difficult to explain their failures against some of the league's lightweights. That class no longer includes the Cincinnati Bengals, who will try to keep...

Who Dey GamePlan: Bengals/Ravens

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Report: Ray Lewis to miss Sunday's game, possibly more

Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to miss Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals and could miss more, according to a published report.

Report: Toe injury to sideline Ravens' Lewis for Bengals game

All-Pro Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis reportedly will miss Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals with a toe injury.
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