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Ravens head coach John Harbaugh will present specially-made game balls to three season ticket holders following Thursday's practice at the team's Owings Mills training facility. The fans, who were chosen at random by a computer, will receive the balls for contributing to the Ravens' first-ever undefeated (8-0) season at home, which was capped by last Saturday's win over Cleveland.
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Despite allowing Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis to rush for over 100 yards, making him the third running back this season to gain at least 100 yards on the ground against the Ravens, head coach John Harbaugh doesn’t seem to be too phased about the success Hillis had against the defense. “I think they [...]
The Baltimore Ravens are dealing with a number of key injuries heading into Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals. Head coach John Harbaugh opened his press conference Monday with a rundown of all the injuries. Wide receiver Anquan Boldin is “doing very, very well” after undergoing surgery to repair a meniscus tear last week. [...]
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Coach thinks kick returner would have scored if ligament hadn't torn vs. BrownsRavens coach John Harbaugh confirmed Monday what the team feared when David Reed crumpled to the turf at M&T Bank Stadium without being hit by a Cleveland Browns player Saturday.
It's almost hard to believe that the 2011 regular season has come down to this, since there were several seemingly golden opportunities for the Ravens to lock up a high playoff seed a lot earlier.
No use crying about it. The Ravens have not played well on the road and need a victory over the Bengals on Sunday to finish with a .500 record away from M&T Bank Stadium. That...
There's no easy way to say this--- the Ravens are pretty banged up heading into Cincinnati on Sunday. It's a must-win if they are to take the AFC North Division title (and the home-field advantage and possible Bye that could go with it based on what happens in some other big games around the AFC).No, Ray Rice is not injured, and he did not hurt himself shaving in this locker...
I put in a call to a cousin in Vegas yesterday to see the odds on the 49ers winning the Super Bowl. After wearing out welcomes on both coasts he settled, as it were, at the doorstep of hell.
He was stuttering, trying to get the words out like a man with serious terror closing in from all sides. “The front office boys are saying 9 to 1, but anyone with a real pulse on the thing...
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
LB Ray Lewis
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs