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Four years ago, the 1-15 Dolphins got their one win against the Ravens. On Sunday, the 0-12 Colts will try (or “try”) to get their first win against the Ravens. And Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs remembers the last time well. Or at least pretty well. “I lost to a 0-for team,” Suggs recently told the…
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The Colts are winless for a reason, but Ravens LB Terrell Suggs is urging teammates to take Indy seriously -- and he's using history to back up those concerns.
Tyrod Taylor has learned the Baltimore Ravens playbook. He understands what it takes to be part of an NFL team, and has adjusted to being a rookie quarterback in a locker room filled with veteran leaders.
The most significant lesson he's received this year, however, is how to be patient.
Taylor was a star at Virginia Tech before the Ravens selected him in the sixth round of...
Most teams would dread facing Ray Rice but Phil Richards says in light of their depleted secondary Rice is a better matchup for the Colts:
There's no mystery regarding how the Baltimore Ravens like to attack. They give the football to running back Ray Rice and trample you.
That might be a good thing for the Indianapolis Colts, who will be challenged to defend the pass with...
Cornerback says pain in back has dissipated, but he's still being cautiousThe pain in Chris Carr’s back has subsided, but the Ravens cornerback said he’s not trying to accelerate his return to the team.
Alright, so we know inside linebacker Ray Lewis hasn't practiced or played in a little while. Nothing new there. He didn't practice Thursday afternoon either.
The worry though, is kicker Billy Cundiff. According to reports, the Ravens' kicker missed practice Thursday afternoon with a left calf injury.
I expect Cundiff to play, but it's notable because he didn...
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Baltimore Ravens: Tough guy Yanda one of the game's best
The oddest part of these photos isn’t that they involve two NFL running backs holding a mini-football with photoshopped googly-eyes in an effort to promote a somewhat obscure college bowl game.
Ok, fine, I take it back, that is the oddest part of these photos.
But the second-oddest part has to be that both men — Vontae Leach and Ray Rice — play for the Baltimore Ravens. And...
Six Things to Watch for in Sunday's Colts Ravens Game
Orlovsky is going to have to worry about sacks this week.
Last week the Colts beat expectations (and the spread), but ultimately still lost their 12th straight game. This week, it's another rivalry game with the Ravens. Assuming you still tune in on Sundays, here's what to watch for:
1. Watch for sacks. The Ravens...
Quarterback leads league in fumbles, vows to do better job of protecting ballJoe Flacco is one of the NFL’s leaders in pass attempts and yards. The Ravens quarterback is also a leader in a category he would prefer to shed: fumbles.
On Tuesday night, the league said that a decision regarding whether Ravens-Chargers will be flexed out of prime time will be made on Wednesday. The Ravens said it would come Wednesday morning. If it has been made, it has yet to be shared. As of this posting, the NFL has not announced whether Ravens-Chargers will…
The Ravens will try to extend their run and delight the Baltimore fans by
dropping the Indianapolis Colts to 0-13 on Sunday.