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While we still don’t know who the Ravens kick returner will be, one thing’s for sure, it won’t be David Reed. After fumbling twice and drawing an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, Reed was named the scapegoat for the Ravens loss to the Seahawks. Now, the Ravens face a big problem in finding a reliable kick returner for this Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. … [visit site to read more]Who Will Be The Ravens Kick Returner? - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis could miss the teams week 11 match up against the Bengals because of a foot injury he suffered against the Seahawks. I still think Lewis plays against the Bengals even though he hasn’t practiced this week. This is to0 big of a game for him to miss. If Lewis can walk I’ll bet he’ll be out there Sunday. Lewis hasn’t missed a game...
Lee Evans can't say for sure whether he will be back on the field Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens face the Cincinnati Bengals in a showdown for first place in the AFC North.
The speedy wide receiver does know this much: He's sick of watching games from the sideline.
Obtained in a preseason trade with the Buffalo Bills, Evans was supposed to give the Ravens the deep threat...
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Ray Rice carried the ball eight times in a loss to Seattle, re-igniting a play-calling controversy. Just feed Rice the rock or let Joe Flacco keep flinging it? Jason Butt says the balance issue is touchy in Baltimore.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is not expected to play in Sunday's game against the AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals.
The Carroll County Times reported that Lewis will miss "at least this game and possibly more" with a toe injury. He has not missed a game since 2007.
Lewis has not practiced this week and, according to the newspaper, traveled to South Florida...
Ray Lewis has started 57 straight games for the Baltimore Ravens, but that streak likely will come to an end this weekend.
Ravens All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis hasn't been sidelined since 2007, but his streak of 57 consecutive games played is expected to end Sunday.
There’s been plenty of talk in the NFL about the league office going too far in fining defensive players for hits on quarterbacks, but for the second time today we have news of a quarterback being fined for a hit on a defensive player. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has been fined $7,500 for a horse-collar…
The Baltimore Ravens have piled up some big wins this season, knocking off the only two AFC teams with records superior to their own - including a season sweep of their most bitter rival.
That's what makes it all the more difficult to explain their failures against some of the league's lightweights.
That class no longer includes the Cincinnati Bengals, who will try to keep...
Matchup Problem: Ed Reed. Reed has victimized the Bengals before, grabbing interceptions and occasionally taking them for touchdowns. He’s very instinctive and sometimes ignores what he’s supposed to do in a defense in order to follow his instincts. The Bengals are facing a huge challenge against a Baltimore team that will be determined to rebound [...]
Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to miss Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals and could miss more, according to a published report.
All-Pro Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis reportedly will miss Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals with a toe injury.