Ravens try new perch, away from distractions

September 30, 2006|By JOHN EISENBERG

In the middle of Wednesday's Terrell Owens melodrama, the Ravens opened their locker room for interviews. Reporters rushed in and asked players about Owens instead of the Ravens' upcoming game against the San Diego Chargers.

It was a familiar scene. Over the years, the Ravens have endured more than their share of off-field controversies that dominated conversations and distracted players. The difference this time, of course, was it was another team's player, not a Raven, who was making the wrong kind of news.

Chargers @Ravens Tomorrow, 1 p.m., chs. 13, 9, 97.9 FM Line: Chargers by 2 1/2

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