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The Baltimore Ravens are still waiting on a couple of offensive starters to get healthy. Wide receiver Lee Evans, who has been sidelined since Week Two, and guard Ben Grubbs, who hasn’t played since Week One, have both been ruled out for Monday night against the Jaguars. Evans’ ankle injury has hampered him longer than…
"Undersized guys" power their respective offensesFor Ray Rice who stands at 5 feet, 8 inches, there aren’t too many running backs in the NFL that he has a height advantage on.
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Ravens: The Ravens have scored at least 29 points in their four wins and have one of the league's elite defenses. The Jaguars, meanwhile, have...
Rookie estimates 25 family members will be in attendance Monday nightMonday night’s contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars is a road game for the Ravens, but EverBank Field will feel a little bit like home for rookie defensive end Pernell McPhee.
All eyes will be on them Monday night as they have chance to show they're AFC's best teamWhenever Ray Lewis got the opportunity this past week, the Ravens' middle linebacker and vocal leader approached one of his younger teammates and delivered a message he learned long ago.