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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2010
Josh Wilson is slated to start at cornerback in the Ravens' showdown against the Atlanta Falcons Thursday night, according to Fabian Washington , the man whom Wilson will replace. "I'm disappointed in myself, happy for Josh, and I'm just going to be sitting back and doing whatever they need me to do," Washington said after Tuesday's practice. Wilson wasn't quite as confident about his newfound status. "I don't know about that," he said. "That's up to Coach [ John ] Harbaugh . I don't think either one of us is going to be able to tell you who's going to start.
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By Edward Lee | December 7, 2012
Before the start of the 2010 regular season, Josh Wilson walked off the Seattle Seahawks' practice field and was informed that he had been traded to the Ravens. Less than a year later, Wilson, a free agent at the time, picked his next destination, agreeing to a three-year, $13.5 million contract with $9 million guaranteed with the Washington Redskins. But the cornerback looks back at his one season with the Ravens fondly and said he's looking forward to seeing his former teammates this Sunday at FedEx Field in Landover.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun Reporter | May 9, 2008
When the Ravens report for mandatory minicamp today, they'll try to take another step in moving past last year's dismal season. Their latest veteran addition, cornerback Fabian Washington, is on a similar path. Washington, who was traded from the Oakland Raiders on April 27, is coming off the worst year of his NFL career. He was abruptly benched for poor tackling early last season before getting arrested on a domestic battery charge after the season. That's why the Ravens only needed to give up a fourth-round pick to acquire the former first-round selection.
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By Matt Vensel | April 17, 2012
The Ravens are the only team to have made the playoffs in each of the past four seasons. That's a credit to G.M. Ozzie Newsome, who has given coach John Harbaugh enough talent to mold this team into a contender. As we close in on the 2012 NFL draft, we'll take a look at how the Ravens have fared in recent drafts. It's too soon to give a fair evaluation from the 2010 and 2011 classes, but three years of NFL service time is enough for us to grade their 2007 , 2008 and 2009 classes.
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December 23, 2006
Tonight KANSAS CITY AT OAKLAND CHIEFS -- Out: T Kyle Turley (shoulder); RB Michael Bennett (ankle); DE Jimmy Wilkerson (hamstring); LB Rich Scanlon (neck). Probable: T John Welbourn (ankle). RAIDERS -- Out: RB LaMont Jordan (knee). Doubtful: WR Jerry Porter (hip). Questionable: G Corey Hulsey (knee); WR Randy Moss (ankle); RB Zack Crockett (heel); CB Fabian Washington (shoulder); T Robert Gallery (elbow). Probable: QB Aaron Brooks (neck); G Kevin Boothe (elbow).
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By Jamison Hensley and Baltimore Sun reporter | July 30, 2010
Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth will miss the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Foxworth was a surprise absence from practice Friday, the first full-team workout for the Ravens. He was seen limping off the field during orientation practice Thursday (which was closed to the media). The Ravens are extremely thin at cornerback to start training camp. Along with Foxworth, Fabian Washington (removed from physically-unable-to-perform list) and Lardarius Webb were both not suited up for practice.
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February 16, 2009
1 Tough conference: No. 1 Connecticut vs. No. 4 Pittsburgh (7 p.m., ESPN), just another Monday night in the Big East. 2 Out of conference: No. 4 Duke and No. 15 Tennessee take a break from their conference schedules for a women's basketball game between perennial powers (7:30 p.m., ESPN2). 3 Lone Star rivals: Texas at Texas A&M (9 p.m., ESPN) or, as some might say down there, Tea-sippers vs. Aggies. 4 Pedal pushers: Lance Armstrong (left) is in the Tour of California (12:30 p.m., Versus)
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December 11, 2009
1. Calvin Johnson goes off. The Lions wide receiver has scored a touchdown in three straight games and has produced 100 receiving yards twice during that span. Big receivers have caused the Ravens trouble all season. 2. Penalties have impact on game . The Ravens committed a season-worst 12 penalties (including five pass-interference ones) at Green Bay on Monday. The last time the Ravens played Detroit was 2005, when they had 21 penalties (one shy of the NFL record)
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By Edward Lee | August 7, 2009
SETTING THE TONE: : The defense opened the morning session when defensive tackle Haloti Ngata tipped and intercepted a pass by Joe Flacco on the first play of a full-team, live drill. Cornerback Domonique Foxworth intercepted a pass from Flacco to wide receiver Marcus Smith, and cornerback Frank Walker broke up several passes. NEAR MISS: : Cornerback Fabian Washington appeared to join the interception parade when he got his hands on a pass from Flacco to wide receiver Justin Harper during a one-on-one exercise, but the ball squirted out of Washington's hands and into Harper's.
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By MIKE PRESTON | November 9, 2008
Texans RB Steve Slaton vs. Ravens LB Ray Lewis Slaton, a rookie, has a cutback style that can hurt the Ravens. The Ravens are so aggressive that they sometimes overpursue and lose lane responsibility. Lewis still runs sideline to sideline well and has good quickness. He'll be effective against the Texans because they don't have the personnel to handle defensive tackles Haloti Ngata and Justin Bannan. Edge: Lewis: Texans DE Mario Williams vs. Ravens LT Jared Gaither Williams is the complete package of strength, power and speed.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2011
1. Chuck Pagano's done such a nice job this year, it might be hard to keep him in Baltimore in 2012. But if the Ravens make a deep run in the playoffs, he's going to be a hot candidate for a number of head coaching positions. And he deserves to be. Before we talk about Pagano, a quick word about Greg Mattison. I stuck up for Mattison more than most during his three years as the Ravens defensive coordinator. For a long time, I thought Ravens fans blamed him unfairly for a ton of personnel gaffes.
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By Matt Vensel | March 16, 2011
In the weeks leading up to April's NFL draft, I will highlight four players at each position whom the Ravens could target at different stages in the draft -- from their top pick to their Mr. Irrelevant. In this post, I will focus on cornerbacks. Remember, I'm not saying the Ravens will take a cornerback with their first-round pick, though it's a possibility with Chris Carr, Josh Wilson and Fabian Washington set to become free agents. I'm just giving you a player whom they might consider if they decided to go that route.
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Mike Preston | February 15, 2011
If the Ravens opened the 2011 season today, cornerback Domonique Foxworth says he could play. The problem is that no one knows when the next NFL season will open because of the slow pace of negotiations between league owners and the National Football League Players Association over a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. There is a threat of a lockout by the owners when the current CBA expires after March 3. And if that happens, recovering injured players can't come to their respective facilities and will have to find a new place to train.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | November 18, 2010
When Ed Reed came back to the Ravens defense in late October, he made an immediate impact. Five plays into his first game, he knocked a fumble loose. One play into the second half, he had an interception. And three games later, the Pro Bowl safety is back to his havoc-inducing tricks — while still trying to smooth up the rough edges of communication and reinforce a battered secondary. For all of Reed's big-play ability, he hasn't been able to save the Ravens from the big-play strikes of Ryan Fitzpatrick, Chad Henne or Matt Ryan the last three games.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2010
Thursday night's game isn't likely to be one Lardarius Webb remembers fondly. The second-year cornerback, who got his first career interception last week against Miami, started opposite former Maryland star Josh Wilson , who officially made his first start of season. But midway through the first quarter, the Ravens yanked Webb for two series, replacing him with a rotation of Chris Carr and Fabian Washington , in part because Falcons wide receiver Roddy White had beaten Webb on three crucial third-down plays.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2010
Josh Wilson is slated to start at cornerback in the Ravens' showdown against the Atlanta Falcons Thursday night, according to Fabian Washington , the man whom Wilson will replace. "I'm disappointed in myself, happy for Josh, and I'm just going to be sitting back and doing whatever they need me to do," Washington said after Tuesday's practice. Wilson wasn't quite as confident about his newfound status. "I don't know about that," he said. "That's up to Coach [ John ] Harbaugh . I don't think either one of us is going to be able to tell you who's going to start.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | November 3, 2008
CLEVELAND - In what might pass as a preview of next year's defensive backfield, the Ravens' secondary weathered the storm that quarterback Derek Anderson and NFL fate threw at it yesterday. Here's how tough things were in Cleveland: Absent two injured starting cornerbacks, the Ravens had to have their next two corners overcome injuries as well. Remarkably, both Fabian Washington and Frank Walker came through the litmus test intact in a 37-27 victory over the Cleveland Browns. "Our secondary was battered and bruised and we've got guys down," safety Ed Reed said.
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By Jamison Hensley | September 12, 2008
THREE THINGS THAT NEED TO GO RIGHT ... 1 Jump out to an early lead. The Ravens could use the crowd to their advantage. If they can gain a quick advantage, the crowd at Reliant Stadium will turn on a Texans team that got routed in the opener. 2 Establish a running game. Just as the Ravens did against Cincinnati, they have to continue their physical identity. Running the ball not only will limit Joe Flacco's chances of making a mistake, but it will also put him in shorter third-down situations.
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2010
A day after he benched Fabian Washington, Ravens coach John Harbaugh wouldn't say whether the veteran cornerback would get his starting job back. Washington was replaced by Josh Wilson late in the fourth quarter Sunday after he surrendered his personal-worst third touchdown. Heading into this week's bye (where the players will receive five days off), Harbaugh wants to keep his options open at the cornerback position. "Fabian is going to play a lot of football," Harbaugh said Monday, a day after the Ravens squeezed out a 37-34 overtime win over the winless Buffalo Bills.
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Mike Preston | September 16, 2010
The Ravens aren't trying to fool anyone. They know they played a second-year quarterback in Mark Sanchez and faced a vanilla passing game in the season opener against the New York Jets on Monday night. The Ravens (1-0) will be in another stratosphere Sunday in Cincinnati when they face the Bengals (0-1). It's a first-class aerial show. "Obviously, they know us and we know them, having played them through the years," said Chuck Pagano, the Ravens' secondary coach. "Scheme-wise, we have a pretty good idea of what they are going to do. From a physical standpoint, they have a great group of receivers.
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