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By Edward Lee | November 16, 2012
Mike Wallace is the Pittsburgh Steelers' deep threat and Antonio Brown is the jack of all trades, but eight-year veteran Heath Miller warrants a fair amount of attention from the Ravens defense. The tight end leads Pittsburgh in receptions with 43 and ranks third in yards with 431. His six touchdown catches are tied with Wallace for the team lead and are one shy of his career best of seven set in 2007. “Heath Miller, he's a crafty veteran,” inside linebacker Jameel McClain said.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2014
Some sports name three stars of the game after the game. I'll do that one better: I'm going to name them before the Ravens even play. These will be the three stars when the Ravens travel to Tampa Bay to face the Buccaneers on Sunday. 1. Tight end Owen Daniels When Daniels caught a pair of scores on play-action passes in Week 2 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the football world collectively slapped its head, as if to say: "Why didn't we think of that?" Daniels was a frequent red-zone target for Gary Kubiak when the Ravens offensive coordinator was in Houston, and the plays he scored on were textbook Kubiak sets.
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January 15, 2011
Steelers 31, Ravens 24 Fourth quarter: 1:33 Pittsburgh Touchdown - 2-yard run by Rashard Mendenhall. (Shaun Suisham extra point is good). Ravens 24, Steelers 24 Fourth quarter: 3:54 Baltimore Field Goal - 24-yarder by Billy Cundiff. Steelers 24, Ravens 21 Fourth quarter: 12:15 Pittsburgh Field Goal - 35-yarder by Shaun Suisham. Ravens 21, Steelers 21 Third quarter: 9:11 Pittsburgh Touchdown - 9-yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger to Heath Miller.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2013
Coming out of Gilman two years ago, Darius Jennings drew comparisons to West Virginia star and fellow Baltimorean Tavon Austin for his physical stature and football accomplishments. After his first two seasons at Virginia, Jennings found himself next to former Cavalier stars Heath Miller and Herman Moore in the program's record books. As he gets ready for a final college homecoming of sorts when Virginia plays Maryland in College Park on Saturday, the junior wide receiver is not worried about those he has been compared to - if he ever thought about them at all. There is a more pressing concern: how to find his way back into Virginia's starting lineup.
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By Matt Vensel | November 14, 2012
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs hasn't recorded a sack in his past two games after bringing down Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in his Oct. 21 return from a torn Achilles tendon. But the Steelers are marveling at his mere presence on the field. “It's amazing how quickly he has been able to come back and be just as productive as he was,” Steelers tight end Heath Miller said. “You would have to ask him if he is 100 percent or not, but the production is still there and we're preparing for him like we always do.” Steelers guard Willie Colon suffered a similar injury in June 2010 and spent that season on injured reserve.
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By EDWARD LEE | September 7, 2006
As if the Pittsburgh Steelers didn't have enough to worry about, their star quarterback's health is in question again. Ben Roethlisberger, who was involved in a motorcycle accident in June, underwent an emergency appendectomy Sunday and will miss tonight's NFL regular-season opener between the Miami Dolphins and the host Steelers. It's not certain whether he'll miss Week 2, as well. So on top of consternation that coach Bill Cowher might retire after this season and worry that running back Willie Parker has to yet prove that he can replace the retired Jerome Bettis, Pittsburgh fans will fret over whether Roethlisberger can return as good as new. The Steelers have cause for concern.
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By Edward Lee | September 8, 2011
When the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers tangle in Sunday's season opener at M&T Bank Stadium, Terrell Suggs expects his path to Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to be littered with roadblocks. And those roadblocks have names - as in, offensive tackles Jonathan Scott and Willie Colon, tight end Heath Miller and H-back David Johnson. “It's going to start with a chip [from] Heath Miller, a back,” the four-time Pro Bowl outside linebacker said Wednesday. “I won't be one-on-one with them because they remember the playoff game, they remember all the games I had. I think the game here, I hit Roethlisberger something like six or seven times.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2010
Tight end Todd Heap likely won't be able to play in the Ravens' game against the Houston Texans Monday night. Heap pulled his right hamstring running a seam route on the very first play of the team's eventual 13-10 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night. Heap did not return to the game, and coach John Harbaugh said Monday that it doesn't appear that Heap will be ready for Houston. "I think Todd's probably the one that we really are concerned about," Harbaugh said. "I don't want to rule him out yet, but it doesn't look good for next week.
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | February 26, 2006
INDIANAPOLIS -- In the ever-shifting offensive landscape of the NFL, tight ends are back in vogue. Benefiting from the mismatch of speed against linebackers and size against safeties, pass-catching tight ends - such as the Ravens' Todd Heap, Kansas City's Tony Gonzalez, San Diego's Antonio Gates and Pittsburgh's Heath Miller - are increasingly important weapons. All of which bodes well for ex-Maryland standout Vernon Davis, who is giving up his final year of eligibility with the Terrapins to enter the NFL draft April 29-30.
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January 18, 2011
Here's a look at what other media outlets are saying about the Ravens as they head into the offseason: • In his Tuesday Morning Quarterback column, ESPN.com's Gregg Easterbrook analyzes the Ravens-Steelers game . "This better not be another three-man rush!" Your columnist exclaimed those words -- I've got multiple witnesses -- as the Steelers broke the huddle, game tied, facing third-and-19 on their 38 just before the two-minute warning. All football tactics involve an element of luck -- something that's not worked earlier might work now. But for the Ravens, the three-man rush had been a disaster in the second half.
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By Matt Vensel | December 4, 2012
Every week, blogger Matt Vensel breaks down a critical play, sometimes with the help of Ravens players, from that week's game. Today, he looks at cornerback Corey Graham's interception on a trick play ran by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Before Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer rumbled into the end zone and before quarterback Charlie Batch took a spin in a hot tub time machine and played like it was 1999, the Steelers were desperately looking for a spark on offense Sunday.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2012
As Charlie Batch stood at a podium in a sweat-soaked black T-shirt Sunday night, he took in the scene after quarterbacking the Pittsburgh Steelers past the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. The third-string quarterback, who will celebrate his 38th birthday Wednesday, might not be needed to make another start in his NFL career. But if that is the case, he will have fond memories of his final start. Filling in for Steelers quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich, who are out with injuries but are expected to return as early as next weekend, Batch completed 25 of 36 passes for 276 yards, one touchdown and one interception as the Steelers rallied from 10 points down to beat the Ravens, 23-20.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | November 17, 2012
RAVENS PASSING GAME: Much has been made of quarterback Joe Flacco's struggles on the road, but he's beaten the Steelers with late drives in his last regular season visit to Heinz Field. He's also coming off a four-touchdown (three passing, one rushing) performance against the Oakland Raiders where wide receiver Jacoby Jones and tight ends Dennis Pitta and Ed Dickson returned to the game plan. The pressure will be on tackles Kelechi Osemele and Michael Oher to give Flacco time to throw downfield.
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By Edward Lee | November 16, 2012
Mike Wallace is the Pittsburgh Steelers' deep threat and Antonio Brown is the jack of all trades, but eight-year veteran Heath Miller warrants a fair amount of attention from the Ravens defense. The tight end leads Pittsburgh in receptions with 43 and ranks third in yards with 431. His six touchdown catches are tied with Wallace for the team lead and are one shy of his career best of seven set in 2007. “Heath Miller, he's a crafty veteran,” inside linebacker Jameel McClain said.
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By Matt Vensel | November 14, 2012
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs hasn't recorded a sack in his past two games after bringing down Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub in his Oct. 21 return from a torn Achilles tendon. But the Steelers are marveling at his mere presence on the field. “It's amazing how quickly he has been able to come back and be just as productive as he was,” Steelers tight end Heath Miller said. “You would have to ask him if he is 100 percent or not, but the production is still there and we're preparing for him like we always do.” Steelers guard Willie Colon suffered a similar injury in June 2010 and spent that season on injured reserve.
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By Edward Lee | September 8, 2011
When the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers tangle in Sunday's season opener at M&T Bank Stadium, Terrell Suggs expects his path to Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to be littered with roadblocks. And those roadblocks have names - as in, offensive tackles Jonathan Scott and Willie Colon, tight end Heath Miller and H-back David Johnson. “It's going to start with a chip [from] Heath Miller, a back,” the four-time Pro Bowl outside linebacker said Wednesday. “I won't be one-on-one with them because they remember the playoff game, they remember all the games I had. I think the game here, I hit Roethlisberger something like six or seven times.
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By Gene Collier, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | January 11, 2011
That the Steelers' postseason will begin and possibly end with still another lowbrow argument with the Baltimore Ravens isn't terribly surprising, nor should it in any way be disappointing. But in one not terribly significant way, I think it is. It's like finding out after months of planning and too many hours of anticipatory speculation that, oh yeah, you're going to the prom but the first thing on the program is an alley fight out back. What, again? There goes that deposit on the tux. We've pretty much established that the Steelers-Ravens matchup presents its own hyper-violent genre of competition, football on the far edges of sanity.
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By Matt Vensel | December 4, 2012
Every week, blogger Matt Vensel breaks down a critical play, sometimes with the help of Ravens players, from that week's game. Today, he looks at cornerback Corey Graham's interception on a trick play ran by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Before Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer rumbled into the end zone and before quarterback Charlie Batch took a spin in a hot tub time machine and played like it was 1999, the Steelers were desperately looking for a spark on offense Sunday.
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January 18, 2011
Here's a look at what other media outlets are saying about the Ravens as they head into the offseason: • In his Tuesday Morning Quarterback column, ESPN.com's Gregg Easterbrook analyzes the Ravens-Steelers game . "This better not be another three-man rush!" Your columnist exclaimed those words -- I've got multiple witnesses -- as the Steelers broke the huddle, game tied, facing third-and-19 on their 38 just before the two-minute warning. All football tactics involve an element of luck -- something that's not worked earlier might work now. But for the Ravens, the three-man rush had been a disaster in the second half.
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January 15, 2011
Steelers 31, Ravens 24 Fourth quarter: 1:33 Pittsburgh Touchdown - 2-yard run by Rashard Mendenhall. (Shaun Suisham extra point is good). Ravens 24, Steelers 24 Fourth quarter: 3:54 Baltimore Field Goal - 24-yarder by Billy Cundiff. Steelers 24, Ravens 21 Fourth quarter: 12:15 Pittsburgh Field Goal - 35-yarder by Shaun Suisham. Ravens 21, Steelers 21 Third quarter: 9:11 Pittsburgh Touchdown - 9-yard pass from Ben Roethlisberger to Heath Miller.
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