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On Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that linebacker Ray Lewis, who has missed two straight games with a toe injury, was “probably the guy that’s furthest away” from playing on Sunday among injured Ravens.
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Baltimore Ravens All-Pro middle linebacker Ray Lewis is the ‘furthest away’ from returning for Sunday’s game at Cleveland among the Ravens’ injured players, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times. Lewis has sat out the past two games with a turf toe injury he suffered week 10 against the Seattle Seahawks. Last week, [...]
Ellerbe, all other Ravens accounted for WednesdayMiddle linebacker Ray Lewis, who has missed the past two games with a toe injury, was not participating in today's portion of practice open to the media.
In case you missed the blog post I published 15 minutes ago , former Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden is auctioning himself off for charity. The highest bidder gets to host Ogden at their house for Sunday’s game.
There is more discussion about toes involving Baltimore Ravens this season than I can remember. The latest discussion is a continuation from two weeks ago.
Baltimore's All-Pro inside linebacker, Ray Lewis, didn't practice Wednesday, according to multiple reports.
Lewis is nursing a turf toe injury he suffered in Seattle.
There's a possibility we won't see Lewis...
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis missed practice again today, and he’s likely to miss his third straight game on Sunday with a toe injury. But he said after practice that he’s still holding out hope for a return soon. “I’m doing everything I can to get back and help this team get where we want to…
Ray Lewis usually helps the Baltimore Ravens win by barking orders in the huddle, setting the defense and making tackles. Lately, the 12-time Pro Bowl middle linebacker has been forced to play the role of cheerleader and sideline coach. And he's getting tired of it. Lewis has missed Baltimore's past two games with an injured right toe.
Longer than a decade ago, the Baltimore Ravens hoisted the Lambardi Trophy in the 2000-2001 NFL season, and did it with the same tenacity and relentlessness that they still show today. I want to bring this very memorable team back to light, and do a little comparison with the Ravens of today.
Today, the Baltimore Ravens are synonymous with defense and the 2000 Super Bowl team were...
I happened to be on air with former NFL players Jonathan Ogden and Stan White a few days ago on WBAL-AM, and they both told me it takes at least four days after a game for most players just to get their bodies back to equilibrium in time to prepare for the next game... And yet, the NFL continues to put teams through the Thursday-after-a-Sunday game gauntlet... What makes it even...
Sunday will mark the 25th meeting between the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens. Overall, the Ravens lead the series 17-7, and have won the last six straight meetings. In fact, fourth-year head coach John Harbaugh is a perfect 6-0 against the Browns. On the other side, first-year Cleveland head coach Pat Shurmur is set [...]
Ben threw for less yards but didn't need to for the win. Image courtesy steelers.comWhat We Learned In Week 12 in the NFL:Ndamukong Suh’s stomp overshadows Packers getting to 11-0John Harbaugh wins the battle of the Jagoff Bowl against his brotherIf you’re going to mock a team in a TD celebration better make sure you back it up by catching the ballTebow Time now extends to...
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
DE Cory Redding
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs