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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2014
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman hit the free agency market after declining a three-year offer to remain with the AFC East franchise. He has taken one visit with the San Francisco 49ers. Sources say the Ravens have definite interest in Edelman. However, nothing has developed yet into a visit or contract offer. Until Tuesday, Edelman was regarded as a strong candidate to remain with the Patriots. The Ravens are concentrating on trying to sign veteran wide receiver Steve Smith, but also have a high opinion of Edelman and Emmanuel Sanders.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2014
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman hit the free agency market after declining a three-year offer to remain with the AFC East franchise. He has taken one visit with the San Francisco 49ers. Sources say the Ravens have definite interest in Edelman. However, nothing has developed yet into a visit or contract offer. Until Tuesday, Edelman was regarded as a strong candidate to remain with the Patriots. The Ravens are concentrating on trying to sign veteran wide receiver Steve Smith, but also have a high opinion of Edelman and Emmanuel Sanders.
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By Edward Lee | September 19, 2012
The controversy that has erupted around the New England Patriots is the reduced amount of playing time four-time wide receiver Wes Welker has gotten in the team's first two games of the season. As far as the Ravens are concerned, however, Welker remains as one of the primary focal points in the week leading up to Sunday night's contest at M&T Bank Stadium. “He's still a factor even though he's not 'The Guy,'” cornerback Cary Williams said Wednesday. “He's still 'The Guy' in our book, and we're still going to prepare like he's the No. 2 or the No. 1 wide receiver because we know what he's capable of, especially after last season.
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By Matt Vensel | December 18, 2013
On Monday, the Ravens had to try to shut down Megatron. This weekend, they must deal with Minitron. Julian Edelman might not have the athleticism and imposing stature of Calvin Johnson or an intimidating nickname, but over the past few weeks, Edelman has been one of the NFL's most productive wide receivers. Since Week 12, Edelman has been targeted 51 times by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. He caught 37 of those passes for 414 yards and four touchdowns. Brady threw his way a whopping 19 times in last week's loss to the Miami Dolphins and Edelman had 13 catches for 139 yards and a score.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | September 28, 2012
Safety Ed Reed was fined $21,000 for his hit on New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch in the third quarter of the Ravens' 31-30 victory last Sunday night at M&T Bank Stadium. Reed was ruled to have "struck a defenseless player in the head and neck area. " Branch dropped the ball, but Reed was given a 15-yard personal foul on the play. Reed and Branch also slapped hands and the Patriots' wide receiver stayed in the game. That was one of several big hits for Reed in the game, including one on Julian Edelman that saved a potential touchdown.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2013
The New England defense that will greet the Ravens on Sunday isn't just different from the one they played in last year's AFC championship game; it's different from the one they dropped 31 points on back in Week 3. The Patriots have made major changes in their secondary, none bigger than the midseason trade for talented but troubled cornerback Aqib Talib. Three rookies at prominent positions have 14 more games under their belts. And with improved personnel came an altered approach, as the Patriots are much more aggressive.
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By Matt Vensel | September 19, 2012
When the New England Patriots offense first took the field against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, they did so without their leading receiver from their previous five seasons. But Wes Welker wasn't injured. He stood on the sideline as Julian Edelman took his place as the team's starting wide receiver opposite Brandon Lloyd. The box score will show that Welker ended up playing 63 of the 82 offensive snaps and led the Patriots with 95 receiving yards on five catches. But he didn't enter the game until the team's second possession -- and not until after versatile tight end/slot receiver/running back Aaron Hernandez injured his ankle on a screen play.
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By Matt Vensel | December 18, 2013
On Monday, the Ravens had to try to shut down Megatron. This weekend, they must deal with Minitron. Julian Edelman might not have the athleticism and imposing stature of Calvin Johnson or an intimidating nickname, but over the past few weeks, Edelman has been one of the NFL's most productive wide receivers. Since Week 12, Edelman has been targeted 51 times by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. He caught 37 of those passes for 414 yards and four touchdowns. Brady threw his way a whopping 19 times in last week's loss to the Miami Dolphins and Edelman had 13 catches for 139 yards and a score.
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By Matt Vensel | September 21, 2012
Every week, I hope to bring you a quick Q&A with someone who covers the Ravens' opponent that week. On Sunday night, the Ravens host the New England Patriots in a rematch of the AFC championship game. Since it's such a big game for both teams, let's go with double coverage this week. I chatted with Shalise Manza Young of The Boston Globe and Jeff Howe of The Boston Herald about a few hot topics entering Sunday night's game. MV: What is going on with Wes Welker? Julian Edelman replaced him in the starting lineup, but Welker ended up playing a lot after Aaron Hernandez injured his ankle early.
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By Edward Lee | January 23, 2012
Lardarius Webb continued a sparkling 2011 campaign, recording his third interception of the postseason when he leaped into the air to snatch a Tom Brady pass intended for wide receiver Julian Edelman in the first quarter. But the Ravens cornerback, who led the defense in interceptions with five in the regular season, took little solace in his performance in the playoffs. “Wasn't good enough,” he said simply. Webb, who finished with six tackles and one pass breakup, was also flagged for illegal contact on New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker - a costly infraction that negated an interception by strong safety Bernard Pollard on the very same play.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2013
The New England defense that will greet the Ravens on Sunday isn't just different from the one they played in last year's AFC championship game; it's different from the one they dropped 31 points on back in Week 3. The Patriots have made major changes in their secondary, none bigger than the midseason trade for talented but troubled cornerback Aqib Talib. Three rookies at prominent positions have 14 more games under their belts. And with improved personnel came an altered approach, as the Patriots are much more aggressive.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | September 28, 2012
Safety Ed Reed was fined $21,000 for his hit on New England Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch in the third quarter of the Ravens' 31-30 victory last Sunday night at M&T Bank Stadium. Reed was ruled to have "struck a defenseless player in the head and neck area. " Branch dropped the ball, but Reed was given a 15-yard personal foul on the play. Reed and Branch also slapped hands and the Patriots' wide receiver stayed in the game. That was one of several big hits for Reed in the game, including one on Julian Edelman that saved a potential touchdown.
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By Matt Vensel | September 21, 2012
Every week, I hope to bring you a quick Q&A with someone who covers the Ravens' opponent that week. On Sunday night, the Ravens host the New England Patriots in a rematch of the AFC championship game. Since it's such a big game for both teams, let's go with double coverage this week. I chatted with Shalise Manza Young of The Boston Globe and Jeff Howe of The Boston Herald about a few hot topics entering Sunday night's game. MV: What is going on with Wes Welker? Julian Edelman replaced him in the starting lineup, but Welker ended up playing a lot after Aaron Hernandez injured his ankle early.
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By Edward Lee | September 19, 2012
The controversy that has erupted around the New England Patriots is the reduced amount of playing time four-time wide receiver Wes Welker has gotten in the team's first two games of the season. As far as the Ravens are concerned, however, Welker remains as one of the primary focal points in the week leading up to Sunday night's contest at M&T Bank Stadium. “He's still a factor even though he's not 'The Guy,'” cornerback Cary Williams said Wednesday. “He's still 'The Guy' in our book, and we're still going to prepare like he's the No. 2 or the No. 1 wide receiver because we know what he's capable of, especially after last season.
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By Matt Vensel | September 19, 2012
When the New England Patriots offense first took the field against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, they did so without their leading receiver from their previous five seasons. But Wes Welker wasn't injured. He stood on the sideline as Julian Edelman took his place as the team's starting wide receiver opposite Brandon Lloyd. The box score will show that Welker ended up playing 63 of the 82 offensive snaps and led the Patriots with 95 receiving yards on five catches. But he didn't enter the game until the team's second possession -- and not until after versatile tight end/slot receiver/running back Aaron Hernandez injured his ankle on a screen play.
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No. Name Pos. 3 Stephen Gostkowski K 6 Chris Hanson P 8 Brian Hoyer QB 11 Julian Edelman WR 12 Tom Brady QB 15 Isaiah Stanback WR-QB 18 Matthew Slater WR 21 Fred Taylor RB 22 Terrence Wheatley ...
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