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By Chris Korman | April 28, 2012
The Ravens addressed another need with their last pick of this year's NFL draft, selecting Georgia defensive lineman DeAngelo Tyson at No. 236. Tyson, who is 6 foot 2 and 306 pounds, started 11 games and made 20 tackles last season. The Ravens lost Cory Redding and Brandon McKinney in free agency.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2014
GAME PLAN: The Ravens regressed offensively despite a concerted effort to spread the football around in the passing game. Trailing on the scoreboard and dealing with frequent pass-protection breakdowns, their reaction was to throw more instead of trying to pound the football on the ground. With Joe Flacco under duress, Gary Kubiak was unable to execute his strategy. A litany of failures on third down - they went 1-for-11 for a 9-percent conversion rate - prevented drives from getting untracked.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2012
As one of the Ravens' eight picks in April's NFL draft, DeAngelo Tyson knows that he performed well enough at the University of Georgia to draw the organization's attention. But the 23-year-old defensive end dismissed any notion that being a seventh-round pick assures himself of a spot on the team's active 53-man roster. “I know I've got to work for everything that I want,” he said after Monday's practice at the Ravens' headquarters in Owings Mills. “That's what I was taught since I was little.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2014
The Ravens had already lost starting tight end Dennis Pitta for the rest of the season with a hip injury and starting left tackle Eugene Monroe for about a month after he had knee surgery. Now, they know that they'll have to overcome the absence of two defensive starters for an extended period. A day after a 20-13 loss to the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium dropped his team to 3-2, Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced that starting defensive end Chris Canty had surgery to clean out an infection in his wrist and starting cornerback Asa Jackson is in a walking boot because of a "very severely" sprained toe. Jackson, who had started the past four games opposite the team's top cornerback, Jimmy Smith, will be out a "number of weeks," Harbaugh said.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2013
When running back Ray Rice plunged into the middle of the line on third-and-10 for a gain of 2 yards just before Tucker's dramatic boot, it didn't seem particularly significant. But given that kucker Justin Tucker's kick narrowly cleared the crossbar by a few yards, every bit of Rice's yardage was necessary. "I ain't going to take no credit for the kick, but my 2 yards probably helped out a little bit," Rice said of the longest kick in a dome in NFL history. "I think it was a good call, a safe call.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2014
The Ravens made it official, ruling out rookie defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan and offensive tackle Eugene Monroe for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. Jernigan has a meniscus injury and did not practice all week. Monroe had arthroscopic knee surgery and could be sidelined for at least a few games. Meanwhile, veteran defensive end Chris Canty is questionable after not practicing all week due to knee and calf injuries. He's regarded as a game-time decision and the Ravens could start DeAngelo Tyson in his place.
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By Edward Lee | October 14, 2012
The Ravens deactivated a few surprises for Sunday's home game against the Dallas Cowboys, including starting left guard Ramon Harewood. Harewood had started the first five contests, but he appeared to struggle slightly in his last two outings. The Sun reported Friday that Harewood would be replaced in the starting lineup by Bobbie Williams. The team also elected to sideline kick returner Deonte Thompson. The undrafted rookie ranked 13th in the NFL in kick return average (25.9 yards)
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By Matt Vensel | October 26, 2012
Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday. That way he'll have an excuse to do the same to start his workday, too. RUNNING IT BACK Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta has come a long way -- and packed on a lot of pounds -- since he was a skinny kid in California . … Linebacker Ray Lewis was picked as one of the NFL's most overrated players in a recent poll by Sports Illustrated . … Rookie defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson feels blessed for getting the opportunity to play last weekend against the Houston Texans.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | May 7, 2012
The Ravens continued to add depth to their defensive line, reaching a one-year agreement today with former Denver Broncos nose tackle Ryan McBean. McBean, 28, spent the previous three seasons with the Broncos and had his best year in 2011 with 33 total tackles and four sacks while playing in all 16 regular-season games. However, the league suspended him in March for the first six games of this coming season for violating NFL's performance-enhancement policy. McBean has disputed the claim and filed a lawsuit, saying that the NFL improperly handled his drug test.
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By Matt Vensel | November 12, 2012
In Sunday's 55-20 win over the Oakland Raiders, Ravens defenders channeled their inner Dikembe Mutombo, swatting six of quarterback Carson Palmer's passes at the line. All that was missing was the finger-wagging. “It's something that [defensive coordinator] Dean Pees has been harping on us all week,” linebacker Paul Kruger, who knocked down one pass and intercepted another, said Sunday. “We've been practicing it. It's a credit to the coaches, to just making sure we had all the little things in our minds, that really paid off today.” The Ravens knocked down eight passes, and six came from defensive linemen or outside linebackers as the Ravens eschewed their usual space-eating defensive tackles for a more nimble defensive front.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2014
The Ravens made it official, ruling out rookie defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan and offensive tackle Eugene Monroe for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers. Jernigan has a meniscus injury and did not practice all week. Monroe had arthroscopic knee surgery and could be sidelined for at least a few games. Meanwhile, veteran defensive end Chris Canty is questionable after not practicing all week due to knee and calf injuries. He's regarded as a game-time decision and the Ravens could start DeAngelo Tyson in his place.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2014
Every Monday, I'll unpack the stats behind the previous day's Ravens game. If the day after the game is anything like yesterday was, I think we'll opt for Tuesday. And if the team plays on Thursday, it will likely be Friday. But I swear that most weeks, it will be Monday. All stats courtesy of Pro Football Focus. Rookie wall The Ravens used their first three picks on defensive players expected to help the overall speed on that side of the ball, but only first-round pick C.J. Mosley saw much of the field.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2014
Responding to a question about whether rookie safety Terrence Brooks could be an option in the nickel back role, Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees' answer probably could have applied to several positions. "It's an option. Everybody is an option right now," Pees said. "We're just trying to find guys. We're kind of moving guys around a little bit. We have two more games really to kind of experiment with where we want to put guys and see where they fit getting ready for the season.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun and By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
The Ravens had been relatively fortunate on the injury front early in training camp, but their outlook - and their options at arguably their deepest position - were altered on one play Wednesday. During an 11-on-11 drill about an hour into practice, a seemingly routine running play left two rookie defensive linemen on the ground and needing help to get up. Second-round draft pick Timmy Jernigan ultimately walked gingerly toward the locker room with a trainer supporting his back.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2014
If second-year offensive lineman Rick Wagner was the Ravens' big winner during the draft because the team didn't take an offensive tackle, the big loser may have been the group of interior defensive linemen who figured to be in line for more playing time after Arthur Jones departed for the Indianapolis Colts in free agency. The drafting of Timmy Jernigan in the second round and Brent Urban in the fourth certainly creates a logjam of interior defensive linemen. The players who probably will need a strong training camp to solidify their spot on the team are DeAngelo Tyson and Terrence Cody though Tyson has done nothing but improve since he was drafted by the team.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | May 5, 2014
From now until May 8, the first round of the 2014 NFL draft, The Sun will look at where the Ravens stand at each position, the likelihood that they will address that spot early in the draft and some of the prospects that they may consider. The Ravens have eight total picks in the three-day draft: one in each of the first, second, fifth and sixth rounds, and two each in the third and fourth rounds. Today we'll examine the defensive line: Current defensive linemen under contract: Defensive ends - Chris Canty, DeAngelo Tyson, Kapron Lewis-Moore; Defensive tackles - Haloti Ngata, Terrence Cody, Brandon Williams, Cody Larsen.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | July 22, 2012
The Ravens will hold their first full-team practice of training camp on Thursday, July 26. Each day leading up to the official start of camp, The Sun will examine several key position battles that will be decided during preseason. DEFENSIVE END The competitors : Arthur Jones, Pernell McPhee Breaking it down : When the Ravens lost the valuable and underrated Cory Redding to the Indianapolis Colts a couple of days into free agency, it created a void on the defensive line between rush linebacker Terrell Suggs and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2012
Defensive tackle Bryan Hall is one of the most outgoing players in the Ravens locker room, but as he enters his second year in Baltimore, he is optimistic that he can make some noise on the field, too. After spending the 2011 season on the practice squad, the 23-year-old hopes to crack the 53-man roster and earn a role in the defensive line rotation starting next week, when training camp opens at the team's facility in Owings Mills. Hall, whom the Ravens signed as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Arkansas State last summer, was a regular participant in the team's offseason program, and he feels his productive offseason will soon pay off. “If I'm going to try to make the team, I need to be up there [at the practice facility]
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2014
At this time last year, the Ravens were still basking in the glow of their Super Bowl XLVII championship while formulating a game plan aimed at keep them among the league's elite. The biggest item on their to-do list was to re-sign quarterback Joe Flacco , the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player, a feat that they accomplished relatively early in the offseason. Next, they wanted to retool the defense, and that started with the rebuilding of their defensive line. Sick of watching their defensive line get pushed around, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome and company prioritized adding size and depth along the defensive front.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2013
The Ravens could be without one of their best defenders Sunday when they play one of the NFL's most dangerous offenses with their season hanging in the balance. Starting defensive tackle Arthur Jones, who is tied for the team lead with five tackles for a loss, missed practice because of a concussion for the third straight day Friday, putting his status for Sunday's game with the Cincinnati Bengals in jeopardy. Jones, who suffered the injury during last week's 41-7 loss to the New England Patriots, has to pass a baseline test as part of the NFL's concussion protocol to be cleared to play Sunday.
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