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Sports Digest | January 29, 2014
NFL Browns to interview Kyle Shanahan for offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is scheduled to interview today with the Cleveland Browns for their offensive coordinator job, according to a person familiar with the situation. It will be the third known interview for an NFL offensive coordinator position for Shanahan since he was fired by the Washington Redskins. Shanahan previously interviewed with the Miami Dolphins and the Ravens. The Dolphins hired Bill Lazor , the former quarterbacks coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Ravens hired Gary Kubiak , the former head coach of the Houston Texans.
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By Matt Vensel | December 17, 2013
Dolphins 24, Patriots 20 STRATEGY:  The Patriots have an offense that is still in transition after losing tight ends Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski. Their talents are irreplaceable in the short term and the team is waiting for a trio of rookie wide receivers to become consistent threats. As a result, the Patriots spread the field horizontally with a quick passing game and a lot of screens so Tom Brady can get the ball to shifty wide receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola.
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By Leonard Pitts Jr | November 10, 2013
Boys will be boys. Strip away the extraneous verbiage and that is what much of the defense of Richie Incognito boils down to. Mr. Incognito, a Miami Dolphins lineman, was booted from the team a few days ago -- perhaps permanently -- for abusive conduct, racist language and bullying behavior toward fellow lineman Jonathan Martin. Mr. Incognito's teammates are firmly on his side. "I don't feel like any hazing or anything like that was going on," Mike Wallace told my colleague, Greg Cote of The Miami Herald.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | November 1, 2013
The Miami Dolphins gave the Ravens a Halloween treat on Thursday night, scoring a strange 22-20 overtime victory that ended when Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was sacked in the end zone by Cam Wake for a walk-off safety. It was only the third time in NFL history an overtime game had ended on a safety. The fact that it happened right before midnight, on the scariest day of the year, made it that much more delicious. More importantly for the Ravens, it was the first time the Bengals have been defeated since they lost to the Browns on Sept.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2013
The rocky tenure of Bryant McKinnie in Baltimore ended Monday when the Ravens unloaded him to the Miami Dolphins, trading the demoted veteran left offensive tackle in exchange for a conditional late-round draft pick. The Ravens shed a frequently overweight 6-foot-8, 360-pound blocker who graded out poorly this season in five starts prior to being replaced in the starting lineup by new left tackle Eugene Monroe. The one-time Pro Bowl lineman failed to earn any of his weekly $6,250 weight bonuses this season because he never made his target weight of 346 pounds.
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By Matt Vensel | October 7, 2013
The Ravens were shorthanded at wide receiver during Sunday's 26-23 win over the Miami Dolphins . They released Brandon Stokley on Saturday and Jacoby Jones and Marlon Brown were scratched before the game, which meant the Ravens had to get through the game with just three active wide receivers. One of the results was Tandon Doss getting his first career NFL start and playing a career-high 50 snaps. A few weeks ago, the third-year receiver's career in Baltimore appeared to be over.
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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2013
Ray Rice had welts on his forehead and upper right arm. He needed to douse his eyes with drops to clear them of dirt and sweat. After more than three hours of playing in stifling heat and humidity, the Ravens diminutive running back looked like a man who needed a shower followed by a long nap. Rice's afternoon mirrored that of the Ravens, who were able to exhale only after Miami Dolphins kicker Caleb Sturgis sent a 57-yard field-goal attempt wide...
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By Matt Vensel | October 4, 2013
Last weekend, the Buffalo Bills spoiled what I thought would be a big week for Torrey Smith, Ed Dickson and the Ravens. Sure, Smith delivered, but Dickson and the Ravens dropped the ball in an error-filled 23-20 loss. The Ravens travel to Miami to play the Dolphins this weekend, and while I picked them to lose on the road again, I do foresee some things going in their favor. 1. THE RAVENS WILL FINALLY SCORE IN THE FIRST: The Ravens haven't found the end zone or split the uprights in a first quarter since fullback Vonta Leach caught a two-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Joe Flacco midway through the first quarter in Week 1. That means the offense has since played nearly a full game's worth of first-quarter action without putting up a single point.
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