Found September 09, 2013 on
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Ravens right tackle Michael Oher will probably not miss any time due to the sprained ankle he sustained during Thursday's game against Denver according to a report from the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.
Oher injured his ankle on Ray Rice's 1-yard touchdown run in the first half of Baltimore's 49-27 loss to Denver. As Rice was sweeping to the right side guard Marshal Yanda crashed into Oher which rolled his ankle.
Oher had to leave the game and was unable to return to the field. The Ravens were forced to plug in rookie tackle Rick Wagner who couldn't handle the Broncos' pass rush as well.
The difference as night and day with Oher out of the game. The Broncos began to attack Joe Flacco and the offense. Though Wagner had a solid preseason it was evident he's not ready for major minutes yet.
Getting Oher back this week against Cleveland will be a huge lift for an organization that suddenly is low on quality depth at both receiver and tight end.
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Jason La Canfora is reporting that the ankle injury Ravens RT Michael Oher suffered on Thursday night will not keep him out long.
Ravens tackle Michael Oher’s ankle injury does not appear severe and not expected to miss significant time, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.-Jason La Canfora via CBSSports
That is great news for the Ravens who looked like they needed...
Dallas Clark, TE, Baltimore Ravens: 5% owned in Yahoo! - 87 yards - Next three games: vs Browns, vs Texans, @Bills - Likely to be a consolation prize for those who can’t snag Thomas, Clark appears to have stolen the starting job away from Ed Dickson in Dennis Pitta’s absence. He played poorly and still had a dozen targets. Joique Bell, RB, Detroit Lions: 32% owned in Yahoo! ...
Now that Baltimore Ravens fans have had a chance to digest Thursday night’s 49-27 loss against the Denver Broncos, it’s time to break down what the team did well, what they need to do to get ready for Week 2.
Bernard Pierce (Photo credit: Steve Nehf/The Denver Post)
Unfortunately, Ravens fans no longer have the luxury of watching the 2000 Ravens’ defense out on the...
Aaron Wilson reports that the Baltimore Ravens will re-sign WR Tandon Doss.
Doss was part of the Ravens roster cuts a little over a week ago. Now that Jacoby Jones is sidelined for a number of weeks with a knee injury, it makes plenty of sense for the Ravens to bring in some additional at wide receiver.
Marlon Brown figures to be Baltimore’s No. 2 option moving forward.
Looks like all the balls that Dallas Clark dropped are going to catch up to him. The Ravens have plans to workout former Patriots tight end Jake Ballard on Monday.
Ballard hasn’t been the same since tearing his ACL in Super Bowl XLVI when he was a member of the New York Giants.
The Giants attempted to move him through waivers during the 2012 offseason, but the Patriots foiled their...
Gotta give John Harbaugh credit... he always looks forward and does not dwell upon mistakes of the past game.
This take is right off the home page of the Ravens, but it is so true and on point, and John Harbaugh tells it like is, courtesy of a fine reporting job by Garrett Downing:
John Harbaugh was direct in his assessment of the running game after Thursday’s loss...
A glorious Sunday of football action is but a mere few hours away and we can’t wait. Of course, that doesn’t mean we can’t still also be laughing at the Ravens for their season opening loss on Thursday. Yahoo’s latest fantasy app update included a cute little burn of Baltimore’s defense for surrendering seven touchdown passes to Peyton Manning. It’s pretty funny, unless...
Just in case you'd forgotten how much of a hypocritical bag of **** Ray Lewis, here he is on ESPN to remind you.
Lewis was on a panel during ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown when the subject of Aaron Hernandez and crime in the NFL came up. Here are his incoherent thoughts.
“I want to make sure we clear something up because we have to do this
for our brand of the National...
Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports that the Baltimore Ravens will bring in former Patriots TE Jake Ballard for a workout on Monday.
The news comes less than a hour after Anquan Boldin finished Sunday’s win over Green Bay with 13 catches for 208 yards and a touchdown. Baltimore sent Boldin to the 49ers in return for a sixth-round pick, which now looks like a ridiculous deal. It’s...
(Via Fantasyfootballgod.net) Julius Thomas’s sleeper value slowly increased over the first four weeks of the preseason and now after the week one beat down of the superbowl champion Ravens, Thomas is officially a hot commodity as a TE 1. Thomas caught 5 balls for 110 yards and 2 TDs .
The loss of Jacoby Jones for 4-6 weeks due to a sprained MCL could possibly springboard Marlon...
It was evident that the Baltimore Ravens missed the
mid-field presence of tight end Dennis Pitta and wide receiver Anquan Boldin during
last Thursday’s opening-night loss to the Denver Broncos. Neither player is
expected back this season, forcing the Ravens to look elsewhere for help. They’ll
be doing just that today, when they work out former New York Giants and New
This isn’t intended to be a hit piece on Baltimore GM Ozzie Newsome, or an irrational anti-Joe Flacco screed. The fact is simply this: Flacco is not good enough to elevate the lesser talent around him, which is exactly what a premium paid quarterback has to do in a strict salary cap league.Newsome had little choice but to re-sign Flacco to the record six-year, $120 million bank...