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Ravens MLB Lewis expected to be game-time decision

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to be a game-time decision for Thursday's matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. Lewis had been bothered by a toe injury that forced him to sit out last week's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The 36-year-old Lewis had not missed a game since 2007. A perennial Pro Bowl selection and emotional leader of the Ravens,...

49ers (9-1) @ Ravens (7-3)

The HarBowl is finally upon us, Baltimore. A game that looked to be a cake win when the schedule first came out is now anything but, as John’s brother and ex-Ravens quarterback Jim has his San Francisco team riding high on an 8-game winning streak. The 49ers can actually clinch a playoff spot with a win on Thanksgiving, quite an amazing feat. The Ravens have a tall task ahead...

Ravens vs. 49ers: Thanksgiving Edition

Welcome to the Thanksgiving edition of game day at Ebony Bird. I hope that everyone is … [visit site to read more]Ravens vs. 49ers: Thanksgiving Edition - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Win or lose, family ties are strong between the Harbaugh brothers

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — In the past 30-plus years, John Harbaugh holds a 1-0 record against his brother, Jim, in all things competition. The Harbaugh brothers were in their teens the last time the two went head-to-head. John made the premier baseball team in Ann Arbor, Mich., sponsored by Baskin-Robbins. Younger ...

Harbaugh history on Thanksgiving

Jim and John Harbaugh recall their childhood memories of Thanksgiving Day.

Jim and John Harbaugh's brotherly bonding

During much of their childhood, Jim and John Harbaugh lived in a modest three-story house in Ann Arbor, Mich., and each level of their home served as a competition ground. In the basement, the brothers played basketball games using a coat-hanger rim, a net made of yarn and elbows thrown freely as...

Niners Get Blitzed in Baltimore

Often, Thanksgiving is about eating too much. Such was the case Thursday night in Baltimore when the Ravens’ blitzing defense feasted on San Francisco, sacking Alex Smith nine times – tying a franchise record – in a 16-6 victory in the first duel of sibling head coaches in the NFL. In the end, John Harbaugh’s Baltimore defense – even without injured star linebacker Ray...

Zbikowski preparing to return kicks vs. 49ers

Safety won't confirm scenario, but is ready for another opportunityIf the Ravens’ 31-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday was any indication, Tom Zbikowski could be the first to get a shot at returning kicks on Thanksgiving night when the San Francisco 49ers visit M&T Bank Stadium.

Ravens defense stifles 49ers in 16-6 Thanksgiving Day win

In the battle between the two Harbaugh brothers, John led his Baltimore Ravens to a 16-6 win over younger brother Jim and the 49ers on Thanksgiving.As expected, it was a defensive battle. The Ravens added the pressure all...
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