Found December 29, 2011 on baltimoreravens.com:
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following: Head Coach John Harbaugh QB Joe Flacco LB Ray Lewis RB Ray Rice OLB Terrell Suggs
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  • Will the? should the? can the? Ravens show up and do the job on the cats? With running! With running! Just let John,Cam, and Joe know! This makes this game even more important because it would not be a good thing to see this team again in the post season, Take care of this today or these cats could come back and bite us in the tail feathers. The Three R's should be the differance.
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