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SANTA CLARA, Calif. - The San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens each have scored 256 points this season.
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to be a game-time decision for Thursday's matchup against the San Francisco 49ers.
Lewis had been bothered by a toe injury that forced him to sit out last week's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The 36-year-old Lewis had not missed a game since 2007.
A perennial Pro Bowl selection and emotional leader of the Ravens,...
The HarBowl is finally upon us, Baltimore. A game that looked to be a cake win when the schedule first came out is now anything but, as John’s brother and ex-Ravens quarterback Jim has his San Francisco team riding high on an 8-game winning streak. The 49ers can actually clinch a playoff spot with a win on Thanksgiving, quite an amazing feat. The Ravens have a tall task ahead...
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — In the past 30-plus years, John Harbaugh holds a 1-0 record against his brother, Jim, in all things competition. The Harbaugh brothers were in their teens the last time the two went head-to-head. John made the premier baseball team in Ann Arbor, Mich., sponsored by Baskin-Robbins. Younger ...
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Jim and John Harbaugh recall their childhood memories of
During much of their childhood, Jim and John Harbaugh lived in a modest three-story house in Ann Arbor, Mich., and each level of their home served as a competition ground.
In the basement, the brothers played basketball games using a coat-hanger rim, a net made of yarn and elbows thrown freely as...
Even without 12-time Pro Bowler Ray Lewis, the Ravens put themselves back on top of the AFC North and – at least temporarily – the entire conference with their victory over Cincinnati on Sunday.
Goob trades in his beer is double fisted this week, with a turkey leg to go along with his signature beer-in-hand, as he brings you a preview of Thanksgiving night’s Ravens-49ers “Harbowl!”
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Safety won't confirm scenario, but is ready for another opportunityIf the Ravens’ 31-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday was any indication, Tom Zbikowski could be the first to get a shot at returning kicks on Thanksgiving night when the San Francisco 49ers visit M&T Bank Stadium.