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Ravens waive CB Bryan McCann

Just a month after signing cornerback Bryan McCann for depth in the secondary and on returns, the Baltimore Ravens released him, according to multiple reports. To replace McCann on the roster, the Ravens promoted outside linebacker Chavis Williams from the practice squad. The promotion of a linebacker isn't unexpected because of injuries to Dannell Ellerbe (hamstring) and Prescott...

Flacco rallies Ravens past Steelers 23-20

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh's chin took a beating in the aftermath of his team's dramatic 23-20 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. He can live with the beauty mark if his resilient team keeps finding ways to beat its arch rival. Joe Flacco hit Torrey Smith for a 26-yard touchdown with 8 seconds remaining, starting off a giddy celebration in which...

Ravens score TD after Suggs interception

The Steelers were gaining momentum coming out of the locker room at the half. That was until Terrell Suggs intercepted a Ben Roethlisberger pass intended for Mike Wallace. Suggs' interception shifted momentum in the Ravens' direction. Joe Flacco led the offense on a touchdown drive. Ray Rice scored the touchdown from the 4-yard line. It was the first touchdown of the game...

Flacco rallies Ravens to 23-20 win over Steelers

Ravens 2, Steelers 0. Joe Flacco hit Torrey Smith with a 26-yard TD pass at :08 to rally Baltimore to a stunning 23-20 win over Pittsburgh and a sweep of the AFC North season series.

Ravens get rare season sweep over Steelers

Something I definitely never expected to write is that Ravens Joe Flacco drives 92 yards on Steelers defense for game winning touchdown.  But we’ll get to that, the Ravens almost made it look too easy to start the game when the first play from scrimmage Ray Rice scored a 76 yard touchdown that was called back due to Torrey Smith holding William Gay.  It was a good call because...

View from Baltimore: Flacco rewrites his script

It was interesting to tune into sports talk radio in the Steel City prior to Sunday's game between the Ravens and Steelers, if only to hear an opposing city's take on quarterback Joe Flacco. For several hours, caller after caller checked in to state the belief that Flacco, who was just 1-5 in Heinz Field prior to last night, would never play well enough to lead the Ravens to a win.

Ravens Insider: Torrey Smith didn't lose faith because teammates didn't

Rookie leaned on Flacco, Boldin for supportFor a good portion of Sunday night’s contest against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Torrey Smith didn’t have much to be pleased with. The rookie wide receiver dropped four passes, including a potential 37-yard pass from quarterback Joe Flacco that hit him in the hands in the end zone on the Ravens’ final series of the game.

TD with :08 left gets Ravens by Steelers (AP)

Torrey Smith wasn't going to let the game-winning touchdown slip through his hands twice. Five plays after a sure scoring strike tipped off his fingers, the Baltimore rookie receiver held onto a 26-yard touchdown pass from Joe Flacco with 8 seconds remaining to lift the Ravens past the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-20 on Sunday night.

Steelers win streak halted in 23-20 loss to Ravens

Pondering a chance to put the Baltimore Ravens on the ropes, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin lost track of time.

Steelers win streak halted in 23-20 loss to Ravens

Pondering a chance to put the Baltimore Ravens on the ropes, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin lost track of time.
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