Found December 08, 2011 on
Alright, so we know inside linebacker Ray Lewis hasn't practiced or played in a little while. Nothing new there. He didn't practice Thursday afternoon either.
The worry though, is kicker Billy Cundiff. According to reports, the Ravens' kicker missed practice Thursday afternoon with a left calf injury.
I expect Cundiff to play, but it's notable because he didn't practice. That's all I've got.
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As the Ravens enter the final quarter of the season, their sights are firmly set on, at the very least, securing the AFC North title and the home playoff game that goes with it. It would be the team’s first such game since 2006, and first of the John Harbaugh era.
While the advantages playing at M&T Bank Stadium in the postseason gives the Ravens are clear – they are one...
Play of McClain, Ellerbe, McClellan making organization look smartThe big drop-off expected when a turf toe injury shelved 12-time Pro Bowl linebacker Ray Lewis for the Ravens’ past three games hasn’t materialized yet.
The Ravens are hopeful that kicker Billy Cundiff will be able to play against the Colts, but they have a backup plan in place just in case. Cundiff has a sore left calf that is putting his availability for Sunday’s game in some doubt, so the team has veteran Shayne Graham standing by should they…
Graham was Ravens' backup planBarring a late setback, Pro Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff will be ready to go for the Ravens-Indianapolis Colts game tomorrow.
Baltimore kicker Billy Cundiff is expected to play this weekend against the Indianapolis Colts, despite being listed as questionable on the Ravens' injury report.
But Ravens coach, Cundiff agree that he should've made all three field-goal attempts SundayIn the aftermath of his 1-for-3 day in the Ravens’ 24-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns Sunday, kicker Billy Cundiff expressed some frustration at missing field-goal attempts of 34 and 41 yards in the second quarter.
Cundiff joins Lewis, Birk, Carr as non-participantsStarting left guard Ben Grubbs returned to practice Thursday, fully participating. But the Ravens listed kicker Billy Cundiff as sitting out the session.
The Baltimore Ravens are out to conquer and continue their winning streak this Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. And with the Colts still without a win and without their quarterback, Baltimore seems to be in the right place to secure their fourth straight win. The only similarity between the two teams lately is both are dealing with an...
As Lewis does for Ravens, quarterback offering support for IndianapolisRay Lewis, the Ravens’ emotional sparkplug, has been a constant presence on the sideline in the three games he has missed because of turf toe on his right foot, praising teammates for their production and taking them aside for additional coaching.
Ray Lewis basically killed me (too?) with this joke he sent to Blindside, that Blindside tweeted out late Wednesday night:
We handle the biggest injury stories in the rumor mill Friday. The rest goes right here, in the weekly injury report post designed to help you avoid the technology loop. 1. Here are the injuries we covered in the rumor mill throughout the day: James Starks, Josh Sitton, Jeremy Maclin, Andre Johnson, Billy Cundiff, Christian Ponder, and Adrian…
1. Alex Henery, Philadelphia at Miami
2. Ryan Succop, Kansas City at New York Jets
3. Mason Crosby, Green Bay vs Oakland
4. Dan Bailey, Dallas vs New York Giants
5. Billy Cundiff, Baltimore vs Indianapolis
6. Jay Feely, Arizona vs San Francisco
7. Jason Hanson, Detroit vs Minnesota
8. Stephen Gostkowski, New England at Washington
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