Found December 27, 2011 on
The Purple Chaos:
The Baltimore Ravens have used the void left by wide receiver and kick returner David Reed on the 53-man roster to add depth to the offensive line, signing offensive tackle D.J. Jones from their practice squad, according to Don Kolko of MASNSports.com. Jones, an undrafted free agent from the University of Nebraska, was originally signed [...]
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The Baltimore Ravens are dealing with a number of key injuries heading into Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals. Head coach John Harbaugh opened his press conference Monday with a rundown of all the injuries. Wide receiver Anquan Boldin is “doing very, very well” after undergoing surgery to repair a meniscus tear last week. [...]
The Baltimore Ravens had seven players selected to the 2011 Pro Bowl, good for second most in the NFL. The New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers each had eight players named to the NFL’s version of the All-Star game, while the Ravens tied the Green Bay Packers with seven apiece.
Six of those Ravens selected were named starters; Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Terrell Suggs, and Haloti...
The Ravens are sending seven players to the Pro Bowl and only guard Marshal Yanda won’t be a starter! It’s pretty balanced as three players are offensive and 4 players are defensive. 24-year old Ray Rice definitely deserves to go. He has played in 15 games for the Ravens so far this year and he has carried the ball 267 times for 1,173 yards (4.4 ypc) with 10 TD runs. ...
The Ravens are a good team. That much is clear. How good though? Well the Ravens had seven players named to the Pro Bowl.Those seven guys are running back Ray Rice, fullback Vonta Leach, guard Marshal Yanda, inside linebacker Ray Lewis, outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, safety Ed Reed and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata. All but one, Yanda, is a starter. Yanda is a second-team selection...
Coach thinks kick returner would have scored if ligament hadn't torn vs. BrownsRavens coach John Harbaugh confirmed Monday what the team feared when David Reed crumpled to the turf at M&T Bank Stadium without being hit by a Cleveland Browns player Saturday.
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Early on in the game the Baltimore Ravens (11-4) played like they wanted this game, actually they played like they needed this game. When in all reality the Ravens really did need the 20-14 victory over the Cleveland Browns (4-11) to get one step closer to their first AFC North title in 5 years. The Ravens offense played two completely different halves, but their defense did just...
BALTIMORE – As far as the Baltimore Ravens are concerned, the playoffs essentially launch in earnest next week.
Rookie's experience playing inside gave him edge over L.WilliamsRookie Tandon Doss’ success as a possession receiver has led to comparisons to Anquan Boldin, whose absence because of knee surgery allowed Doss to play in the Ravens’ 20-14 win against the Cleveland Browns on Saturday.
With an unblemished record at home and a lackluster one on the road, it's no surprise the Baltimore Ravens are eager to secure at least one postseason game on their field.
They can do that by winning their first AFC North title since 2006 on Sunday, but the final step to that crown goes through Cincinnati, where the Bengals are seeking their second playoff berth in three years...