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Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Jonathan Ogden is one of 13 retired modern-era players nominated the first time for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2013.
Ogden was the team’s first ever draft pick in 1996 after their move from Cleveland to Baltimore. In his 12 year career, all with Baltimore, he made 11 appearances in the Pro Bowl. Ogden was also part of the 2000 Ravens team that won Super Bowl XXXV.
Ogden was inducted into the Ravens’ Ring of Honor in 2008.
Three other former Ravens players were also nominated for the Hall of Fame in 2013. They were quarterback Steve McNair, (2006-2007), running back Priest Holmes (1997-2000) and defensive tackle Sam Adams (2000-2001).
The complete list of Hall of Fame candidates includes 127 candidates, which once again includes former Ravens owner Art Modell, who died on Sept. 6 at the age of 87.
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The Baltimore Ravens may not be happy about having to play Thursday night, but they should be thrilled to see the Cleveland Browns on the other side of the field.
The Ravens have won eight straight over their AFC North rivals, and the Browns are the conference's only winless team heading into this matchup at M&T Bank Stadium.
Baltimore (2-1) will be playing its third prime...
Joe Flacco completed an amazing pass to Smith, who happens to be an amazing white wide receiver, that just catches touchdowns. Flacco, did an amazing job of putting the ball exactly where Smith could catch the ball and the defender had no chance. The rain is coming down in during the Cleveland Browns – Baltimore Ravens game and things are getting crazy. Baltimore is doing everything...
The Baltimore Ravens played on Monday night, Sunday night and Thursday night. They endured four games in 18 days, the last three of which were decided in the final minute.
And then, on the 19th day, the Ravens rested.
After holding on to beat winless Cleveland 23-16 Thursday night, the Ravens (3-1) are off until Monday.
Baltimore came in as 13-point favorites over the Browns,...
During Thursday Night's Ravens/Browns affair in Baltimore, Cleveland kick returner Josh Cribbs got knocked out of the game on a punt return in the second quarter.
Cribbs took a shoulder shot from Ravens linebacker Dannell Ellerbe which sent his helmet flying and dislodged the ball from his left arm.
Check out the below brutal hit courtesy of SB Nation:
The Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens enjoyed an NFL game last night with some real refs finally. But unfortunately for Josh Cribbs this hit came along with it. He was returning a punt when he ran into a crushing hit by LB Dannell Ellerbe of the Ravens and fumbled the ball. His helmet popped off and he smacked his head on the turf, but was able to walk off the field...
The Ravens survived a late scare for Cleveland to defeat their divisional foe 23-16.
The regular NFL officials returned to cheers, and the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns didn't give the crowd much to yell about during a scoreless first quarter Thursday night.
Browns punt returner Joshua Cribbs lost his helmet while taking a hard hit, and lay prone for several minutes before being helped from the field. He had a head injury and was declared out for the...
The NFL and the NFL Referees Association agreed to the terms of a new eight-year collective bargaining agreement Wednesday night. The officials will return to action beginning tonight for the Browns-Ravens game.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell lifted the lockout prior to being ratified by the NFLRA members in order to have the officials work tonight matchup between the Cleveland...
Baltimore Ravens 23Cleveland Browns 16Welcome back regular officials.I have never been one to criticize or hate on the replacement officials before this week, BUT, this game did go a lot smoother and was finished much quicker and that is where I will stop. As for the game, the Baltimore Ravens came out quick and looked like they could almost do anything they wanted to against the...
Hello, everyone, welcome to another edition of AFC North Beat.This week the Ravens host the Browns, the Bengals travel to Jacksonville to face the Jaguars, and the Steelers are at Idle.With so much at stake for all teams involved, let’s get down to the five things to look for heading into this weekend:1) Baltimore tries to avoid a letdown against divisional rival Cleveland...
CLEVELAND (0-3) At BALTIMORE (2-1)Thursday, 8:20 p.m., NFL Network
OPENING LINE -- Ravens by 13
2012 RECORD VS. SPREAD -- Cleveland 1-1-1; Baltimore 2-1
SERIES RECORD -- Ravens lead 19-7
AP PRO32 RANKING -- Browns No. 32; Ravens No. 3
LAST MEETING -- Ravens beat Browns 20-14, Dec. 24, 2011
LAST WEEK -- Browns lost to Bills 24-14; Ravens beat Patriots 31-30
BROWNS OFFENSE -- OVERALL...
John Lynch, Michael Strahan and Morten Andersen are among 13 first-year eligible players for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Safety Lynch, defensive end Strahan and kicker Andersen join offensive linemen Jonathan Ogden and Larry Allen, defensive tackle Warren Sapp and 121 other total nominees for induction. The list will be whittled to 25 semifinalists in late November.