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By Matt Vensel | November 1, 2012
In their previous four seasons, the Ravens could count on three things when traveling to Cleveland to take on the Browns: unpleasant weather, opportunities to run the football and a victory over their AFC North rivals. The Ravens, who haven't lost to the Browns since John Harbaugh became head coach in 2008, have averaged 193 rushing yards per game in their last four trips to Cleveland Browns Stadium. Sure, that number is inflated a bit by their 290 rushing yards in a 24-10 win in Cleveland last December.
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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2012
CLEVELAND - During a third quarter in which the Ravens not only didn't get a first down but they didn't net a single yard, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs sauntered over to a frustrated offense on the sidelines and delivered a message. “We'll hold them from scoring touchdowns, you guys go ahead and pull a drive together and let's win this game,” Suggs told the beleaguered group. At the time, Suggs' comment seemed like wishful thinking. The Ravens were in the process of going 30 minutes without a first down and punting on seven straight possessions.
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By Matt Vensel | December 3, 2011
On Sunday afternoon, Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox will return to Cleveland Browns Stadium, where he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the team's Week 16 win over the Browns a year ago. It's something he has thought about this week, though he said the ugly memories will not change his mindset on game day. “It's not a real big deal,” Cox said after Friday's practice. “I've had a year in me since then, and it's stood the test, so we'll see how it goes on that field. We played at Pittsburgh, which is a similar field, so I think we'll be fine.” Cox acknowledged that at times early in the season, the fear of injury popped into his head, thoughts like “I've got to protect my knee.” But because he has snapped many times in games since, he believes he is over it mentally.
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By Edward Lee | November 3, 2012
Returning to Cleveland may be a bittersweet memory for Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome and several other employees who worked for the franchise under its previous incarnation as the Browns. For Morgan Cox, the trip is memorable for a different reason. On Dec. 26, 2010, the long snapper tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee while blocking on Billy Cundiff's 27-yard field goal in the second quarter en route to an eventual Ravens' 20-10 win. Fortunately for Cox, he hasn't allowed the memory of that injury to seep into his consciousness when returning to Cleveland Browns Stadium.
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By Edward Lee | January 21, 2012
With successful attempts from 48 and 44 yards in the Ravens' 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans in Sunday's AFC divisional round, Billy Cundiff capped a perfect season with 19-of-19 field goals at M&T Bank Stadium. The flipside is that the kicker connected on 11-of-20 field goals on the road. It was a surprising result for Cundiff, who had gone 10-of-11 on the road in 2010 and 4-of-6 away from M&T Bank Stadium and Cleveland Browns Stadium in 2009 as a member of both the Ravens and Browns.
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By Edward Lee | December 4, 2011
Haruki Nakamura is one of three Ravens players who hail from Ohio. But that doesn't mean that the free safety, who is a Cleveland native, gets any special treatment when he and the rest of the team visit Cleveland Browns Stadium - as they do Sunday. “When I got drafted [in the sixth round in 2008], I was getting all sorts of crap from my friends from Cleveland,” Nakamura said with a smile. “I can't win in Baltimore as far as my family goes. My mom tells me that she'll cheer for me, but she won't cheer for the Ravens because she's a Browns fan. So that's what I deal with when I go home.” Wide receiver Lee Evans, a native of Sandusky, and defensive tackle Brandon McKinney, a native of Dayton, are the other Ravens players who grew up in Ohio.
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By Matt Vensel | November 28, 2011
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday he is “hopeful” that inside linebacker Ray Lewis will play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, though he estimated that Lewis is “probably the guy that's furthest away” among Ravens who sat out Thursday's 16-6 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Lewis, the team's leading tackler this season, has missed the past two games with a toe injury. “Ray has a sprained toe, turf toe kind of thing, so those are a little more unpredictable,” Harbaugh said at his weekly media conference in Owings Mills.
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By Jamison Hensley | September 4, 2003
Sept. 7 At Pittsburgh 1 p.m., Heinz Field, Ch. 13 Ravens have lost past two at Heinz Field, allowing 61 points. Sept. 14 Cleveland 1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 13 Browns used late 92-yard TD drive to win last meeting. Sept. 21 At San Diego 4:15 p.m., Qualcomm Stadium, Ch. 13 Ravens have not won in two trips there, falling by a total of five points. Sept. 28 Kansas City 1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 13 After letting Priest Holmes go, Ravens now have to chase him. Oct. 12 At Arizona 4:15 p.m., Sun Devil Stadium, Ch. 13 Ravens' last visit resulted in 13-7 win, just six weeks before winning Super Bowl.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1999
CLEVELAND -- When Ravens cornerback Duane Starks was playing at the University of Miami, he experienced heated rivalries on the road against teams such as West Virginia and Florida State.So today, when the Ravens (2-5) appear in to Cleveland Browns Stadium to face the Browns (1-7), Starks -- as well as many teammates -- know what to expect, crowd noise that could reach a deafening level.The Ravens are playing in Cleveland for the first time since owner Art Modell moved the franchise from Cleveland to Baltimore nearly four years ago."
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | December 17, 2003
On the first play of the second half in the Ravens' 44-6 win over the San Francisco 49ers 2 1/2 weeks ago, running back Jamal Lewis rammed into the middle of the line and gained 1 yard. That play is easily forgettable, but Ravens right tackle Orlando Brown did something that offensive line coach Jim Colletto views as memorable, so much so that Colletto will keep the highlight on one of his instructional tapes for years to come. Brown, who makes his return to Cleveland on Sunday in the Ravens' key divisional game against the Browns, used his 6-foot-7, 360-pound frame to shove a 49ers defensive end 10 yards downfield.
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By Matt Vensel | November 1, 2012
In their previous four seasons, the Ravens could count on three things when traveling to Cleveland to take on the Browns: unpleasant weather, opportunities to run the football and a victory over their AFC North rivals. The Ravens, who haven't lost to the Browns since John Harbaugh became head coach in 2008, have averaged 193 rushing yards per game in their last four trips to Cleveland Browns Stadium. Sure, that number is inflated a bit by their 290 rushing yards in a 24-10 win in Cleveland last December.
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By Edward Lee | January 21, 2012
With successful attempts from 48 and 44 yards in the Ravens' 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans in Sunday's AFC divisional round, Billy Cundiff capped a perfect season with 19-of-19 field goals at M&T Bank Stadium. The flipside is that the kicker connected on 11-of-20 field goals on the road. It was a surprising result for Cundiff, who had gone 10-of-11 on the road in 2010 and 4-of-6 away from M&T Bank Stadium and Cleveland Browns Stadium in 2009 as a member of both the Ravens and Browns.
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By Edward Lee | December 4, 2011
Haruki Nakamura is one of three Ravens players who hail from Ohio. But that doesn't mean that the free safety, who is a Cleveland native, gets any special treatment when he and the rest of the team visit Cleveland Browns Stadium - as they do Sunday. “When I got drafted [in the sixth round in 2008], I was getting all sorts of crap from my friends from Cleveland,” Nakamura said with a smile. “I can't win in Baltimore as far as my family goes. My mom tells me that she'll cheer for me, but she won't cheer for the Ravens because she's a Browns fan. So that's what I deal with when I go home.” Wide receiver Lee Evans, a native of Sandusky, and defensive tackle Brandon McKinney, a native of Dayton, are the other Ravens players who grew up in Ohio.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2011
The 8-3 Ravens will get an opportunity to remove a certain L-word from our vocabulary on Sunday when they play the 4-7 Cleveland Browns. The Ravens are coming off of a pair of critical, decisive victories against quality opponents, but unlike their letdowns earlier this season, they have had 10 days to prepare for this challenge. Here are five storylines to follow on Sunday as the Ravens play the Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium: 1. Getting off to a fast start: After the loss to the Seattle Seahawks a few weeks back, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that each of the team's letdown losses should stand by itself.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2011
CLEVELAND -- By game's end, Ray Rice's uniform pants matched the color of the field at Cleveland Browns Stadium. His jersey was a soggy mess, and his body bore the brunt of getting taken to the ground more than 30 times. Rice, however, couldn't have felt any better Sunday, nor could have the Ravens, who finally found the formula for breaking the spirit of an overmatched team on the road. Rice gained 204 of his team's 290 rushing yards and scored one of its two rushing touchdowns as the Ravens bullied the struggling Browns in a 24-10 victory in front of an announced 63,648, though there were nowhere near that many people who witnessed a game played in high winds and persistent rain.
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By Matt Vensel | December 3, 2011
On Sunday afternoon, Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox will return to Cleveland Browns Stadium, where he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the team's Week 16 win over the Browns a year ago. It's something he has thought about this week, though he said the ugly memories will not change his mindset on game day. “It's not a real big deal,” Cox said after Friday's practice. “I've had a year in me since then, and it's stood the test, so we'll see how it goes on that field. We played at Pittsburgh, which is a similar field, so I think we'll be fine.” Cox acknowledged that at times early in the season, the fear of injury popped into his head, thoughts like “I've got to protect my knee.” But because he has snapped many times in games since, he believes he is over it mentally.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | September 8, 2004
If receiver Kevin Johnson wants to know what it feels like to walk into Cleveland Browns Stadium as a visitor, he can look in either direction from his seat in the Ravens' locker room to find out. To Johnson's right sits Corey Fuller, who made his return to Cleveland last season after spending four years with the Browns. To his left stands Orlando Brown, whose career nearly came to an end in that stadium when a referee's flag hit him in the eye as a member of the Browns in 1999. The Ravens will face the Browns in Cleveland on Sunday.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2011
The 8-3 Ravens will get an opportunity to remove a certain L-word from our vocabulary on Sunday when they play the 4-7 Cleveland Browns. The Ravens are coming off of a pair of critical, decisive victories against quality opponents, but unlike their letdowns earlier this season, they have had 10 days to prepare for this challenge. Here are five storylines to follow on Sunday as the Ravens play the Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium: 1. Getting off to a fast start: After the loss to the Seattle Seahawks a few weeks back, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that each of the team's letdown losses should stand by itself.
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By Matt Vensel | November 28, 2011
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday he is “hopeful” that inside linebacker Ray Lewis will play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, though he estimated that Lewis is “probably the guy that's furthest away” among Ravens who sat out Thursday's 16-6 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Lewis, the team's leading tackler this season, has missed the past two games with a toe injury. “Ray has a sprained toe, turf toe kind of thing, so those are a little more unpredictable,” Harbaugh said at his weekly media conference in Owings Mills.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2010
The Ravens' fears were confirmed Monday when a magnetic resonance imaging exam revealed that rookie long snapper Morgan Cox tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee and will miss Sunday's regular-season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals and the postseason. "He's got a torn ACL, and he's got a third-degree sprain in his MCL. So he's out for the year," coach John Harbaugh said. "And like we said after the game, that was kind of our fear. What he managed to do, to play through that, [running back]
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