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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | December 23, 2013
Some of the Ravens either didn't know or didn't care about all that needed to happen - at least not at that moment - for them to make the playoffs. A 34-point loss to one of your biggest rivals has a way of making everything else seem insignificant. Other players asked team officials or reporters about the various scenarios before concluding that the only thing that really mattered was beating the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. By the time the Ravens reported to the team facility Monday morning for meetings and film review, their path to the playoffs had been dissected and discussed.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | June 16, 2014
Veteran cornerback Aaron Ross, who won two Super Bowls with the New York Giants but has had trouble staying healthy, said on Twitter that he's heading to Baltimore to participate in the Ravens' mandatory minicamp this week. According to a source, the Ravens haven't officially signed the free agent cornerback. Ross is taking part in the minicamp on a tryout basis, per a source. Veteran cornerback  Drayton Florence told The Sun's Aaron Wilson that he will also have a tryout for the team this week as the Ravens continue to look to upgrade their cornerback depth.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2012
The news that Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher had died in a murder-suicide hit Ravens defensive lineman Arthur Jones particularly hard. Belcher was a childhood friend and former wrestling teammate of Jones, who grew up in upstate New York. Highly upset about the tragedy, Jones sent the following text to The Baltimore Sun regarding his memories of Belcher. "We wrestled every year on the same New York state team together since middle school through high school," Jones wrote.
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By Ira Miller and Ira Miller,San Francisco Chronicle | April 20, 1993
SAN FRANCISCO -- Just when it seemed the Joe Montana saga couldn't get any stranger, it did.Montana turned down the offer to be reinstated as San Francisco 49ers starting quarterback and renewed his demand to be traded to the Kansas City Chiefs.The 49ers and Chiefs still couldn't agree on trade compensation yesterday, and, for the second time in three days, talks broke off between team presidents Carmen Policy and Carl Peterson.Nonetheless, the 49ers' Policy all but acknowledged Montana had played his last game for San Francisco since he turned down its No. 1 offer.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | September 8, 2009
It's not surprising that the Ravens are 10 1/2 -point favorites over the Kansas City Chiefs, the largest point spread in their favor for a season opener in the team's 14-year history. Fresh off a 2-14 season, the Chiefs have endured a rocky summer, firing their offensive coordinator a week ago and watching starting quarterback Matt Cassel injure his left knee Aug. 29. The Ravens, meanwhile, have rolled through a perfect preseason and appear ready to take that next step - to the Super Bowl.
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By Edward Lee | October 20, 2011
Both coach John Harbaugh and players like center Matt Birk and left tackle Bryant McKinnie agreed that Joe Flacco has been on the receiving end of too many hits lately. The only one who disagrees is the Ravens quarterback himself. Asked if he concurred with Harbaugh's assessment on Monday, Flacco replied, “No, I'm still a young guy, and that's part of playing quarterback, getting hit every now and then. Hey, if you've got to deal with it every now and then, that's what you have to deal with.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | March 16, 2012
Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie flew to Baltimore yesterday to meet with team officials and apparently got the answers that he was seeking. "Raven Fans, I was n Baltimore 2day, 2 confirm that ill be there next season," McKinnie said last night on his Twitter account. Was it even a question whether he was coming back? It may not have been much of one a couple of weeks ago as the Ravens don't have another experienced left tackle on their roster unless you count Michael Oher.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2012
The Ravens found their starting strong safety for the foreseeable future when they signed Bernard Pollard as an unrestricted free agent after the lockout ended in July 2011. The 6-foot-1, 225-pound Pollard ranks third on the defense in pass breakups with four and is tied with defensive tackle Haloti Ngata for third in solo tackles with 16. On Sunday, Pollard and the Ravens face the Kansas City Chiefs, who selected him in the second round of the draft in 2006. Is this your first time back to Kansas City since leaving after the 2008 season?
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By Matt Vensel | May 14, 2013
Unless you are a football junkie, you probably don't know or don't care that the Kansas City Chiefs hired Chris Ault, the man who invented the Pistol offense and coached Colin Kaepernick at Nevada, to a consulting gig. But it might interest you that the Ravens reportedly expressed interest in adding Ault to their coaching staff. According to Dan Hinxman of The Reno Gazette-Journal , Ault's agent, Bob LaMonte, said that Ault received interest from a handful of NFL teams , including the Green Bay Packers, the Minnesota Vikings and the Ravens.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | October 28, 2013
During the first few weeks of the NFL season, it seemed apparent that the AFC North would be hard-pressed to send more than one team into the playoffs this year. The seeming parity in the division pointed to a second-place team finishing around .500, and the sudden emergence of the Kansas City Chiefs as a very strong playoff contender in the West left room to speculate that there really is only one wild card berth in play in the conference. That is all still the case, but the landscape in the AFC has changed pretty dramatically over the course of the first half of the season.
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