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As a reward for playing twice in five days, the Baltimore Ravens got the weekend off to collect their thoughts, get healthy and ready themselves for a very important stretch run to end the regular season.
The Ravens (8-3) beat Cincinnati last Sunday and San Francisco on Thanksgiving to ascend to the top of the AFC North. Their next four games are against teams with losing records, but that isn't necessarily a good thing.
Baltimore's three defeats this season come on the road against sub-.500 teams following uplifting victories. The Ravens are determined to break the trend Sunday against Cleveland (4-7).
Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson said Monday, ''It doesn't matter how many wins and losses they have. They always play good against us. It's going to be a dogfight.''
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Defensive end Cory Redding has been the unsung hero for the Baltimore Ravens’ defensive line this season. Up until last week’s 16-6 victory over the San Francisco 49ers, Redding had been relatively quiet for the most part, but a solid role player for the team this season. In Redding’s 25th career game as a Raven, he [...]
Life is good again for Cory Redding, the 9th year, 6-4, 292-pound DE out of Texas who languished for so long in obscurity in the NFL. Always a good run-stopper even in his days with Detroit and then Seattle, now Redding is becoming nationally known as a penetrating pass rusher.“Cory Redding is one of the best leaders that we have,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said Monday.
The Ravens tied a franchise record for sacks in a game with nine during Thursday night’s 16-6 win over the San Francisco 49ers. It was also a record-setting night for Cory Redding, who racked up a career-high 2.5 sacks.
Lee Evans was active for a second consecutive game in last week’s 16-6 win over the 49ers, and Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Evans will get more work in two-receiver sets alongside Anquan Boldin or Torrey Smith.
Fifth-round pick out of Mississippi State has been a surprise for RavensEach week, we bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player, coach or team executive to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is defensive end Pernell McPhee.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is "probably the guy that's furthest away" among the team's injured players, coach John Harbaugh said Monday.
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Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has been named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week after racking up three sacks and forcing a fumble in the Ravens’ 16-6 win over the San Francisco 49ers on Thanksgiving night.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — As a reward for playing twice in five days, the Baltimore Ravens got the weekend off to collect their thoughts, get healthy and ready themselves for an important stretch run to end the regular season. The Ravens (8-3) beat Cincinnati 31-24 and San Francisco 16-6 on ...
Manish Mehta of the Daily News is reporting that the Baltimore Ravens have claimed former Jets safety Emanuel Cook, who was cut by the team yesterday.
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Offense converted on five straight third downs to open second half vs. 49ersThe Ravens’ ability to pull away from the San Francisco 49ers for an eventual 16-6 win on Thanksgiving night was built on the offense’s proficiency on third downs, especially in the second half.
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