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Rookie cornerback needs to forget game vs. Chargers, defensive coordinator reasonsJimmy Smith encountered the first test of his blossoming career when the Ravens rookie cornerback was targeted often in Sunday night’s 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers.
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Head coach John Harbaugh indicated that kicker Billy Cundiff will not be ready to kick this week, according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times. Cundiff continues to nurse an injured left-calf, which has severely effected his play over the past several weeks. In his place, the newly signed Shayne Graham will handle the [...]
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin is having surgery on his knee Thursday to deal with slightly torn cartilage.
Coach John Harbaugh said the veteran wideout will miss the final two weeks of the regular season and be able to return for the playoffs. The Ravens will not reveal which knee is injured.
Lee Evans is slated to start with Boldin sidelined.
Dr. James Andrews...
Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano has built an aggressive unit that reflects everything he's learned over a 27-year career as an assistant coach.
Baltimore ranks third in the NFL in total defense, leads the AFC in sacks and is tied for third overall in point allowed.
But the Ravens are coming off a 34-14 loss to San Diego, a game in which the Chargers scored...
News broke today that the Baltimore Ravens will be without veteran wide out Anquan Boldin (who currently has 57 receptions, 887 yards, and 3 touchdowns on the year) for the last two weeks of the 2011 regular season. Boldin is reported dealing with a slight tear of the cartilage in one of his knees, and will require minor surgery to repair the problem.
While he will miss the remainder...
OWINGS MILLS -- Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin is undergoing surgery today to repair a slightly torn meniscus, according to coach John Harbaugh.
Harbaugh said that Boldin should be out the final two weeks of the regular season and able to return in time for the playoffs. Lee Evans will start in his place opposite rookie Torrey Smith
Placekicker Billy Cundiff is not expected to play this weekend vs. Cleveland due to his ailing calf, according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times.
Shayne Graham will replace Cundiff in the favorable match-up and merits fantasy consideration - especially if Cundiff was part of your weekly lineup.
The Ravens have announced that receiver Anquan Boldin will miss the rest of the regular season due to an torn meniscus. Boldin will have surgery today to repair the meniscus. Boldin will be ready for the playoffs according to Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. Replacing Boldin with be Lee Evans.
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On Thursday, I asked Ravens fullback Vonta Leach whether he planned to don a Santa Claus suit for the team’s walkthrough Friday. Leach had a tradition of doing this when he was with the Houston Texans, but he told me Thursday that he wasn’t sure whether he would do it this year because he was one of the new guys.
If the Baltimore Ravens are to clinch the AFC North, they will have to do it without wide receiver Anquan Boldin.
The Ravens have signed placekicker Shayne Graham, according to their official team twitter page.
Adding Graham for insurance puts up a fantasy red flag on Billy Cundiff, who is dealing with a calf injury. Have a backup plan ready to go if Cundiff has been your weekly kicker.
Tony Grossi scouts the Baltimore Ravens.
Ravens players elated to know they once again can secure AFC North title by winning final two gamesRavens running back Ray Rice promised himself that he wasn't going to go to sleep before the final whistle had blown.
With the holidays quickly approaching, the Ravens have been busy spreading some cheer and joy to the Baltimore community.