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By Jeff Zrebiec | September 17, 2011
Three things that NEED to go RIGHT … 1. The running game takes over. The Titans' defensive line is thin and vulnerable, great news for Ray Rice, Vonta Leach and company. 2. The Ravens control the top guns. Chris Johnson and Kenny Britt are game-breakers, and containing them would render the Titans' offense powerless. 3. Taking care of business. The Ravens say they've moved on from beating the Steelers, and they can show it with a dominating performance against an overmatched team.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | March 17, 2013
As the occasional snowflake fluttered through the air and landed on a makeshift football field, Jahvid Best once again stood on the sideline, watching others play the game he loves. This day, it was his choice. The Detroit Lions running back, who hasn't played a game since October 2011 because of multiple concussions, was one of 17 NFL players who visited St. Vincent's Villa in Timonium on Sunday morning. As Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt captained teams of children, Best laughed, cheered and tried to stay warm.
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By Matt Vensel | July 18, 2011
I guess Ray Lewis was right when he said that crime in the AFC North would go up during the NFL lockout. OK, that isn't exactly what he said, but whatever. Four players from the division have been arrested in the past 10 days, pulling the AFC North into five-way tie for arrests since the lockout started on March 11. The AFC West, AFC South, NFC North and NFC East each have four arrests apiece , but the AFC North had none before Steelers receiver Hines Ward was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence on July 9. Then the Bengals started being the Bengals, and next thing you know, the AFC North was back in this thing.
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Sam Farmer | October 8, 2011
Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has spent much more of his NFL career under the radar than under the microscope. In many ways he has enjoyed that, going from Seattle to Nashville, Tenn., and joking that he sometimes feels he has enrolled in the witness protection program. But the way Hasselbeck is playing, he can't hide much longer. Through four games, he has looked like the smartest free-agent acquisition of the season. His Titans are 3-1 heading into Sunday's game in Pittsburgh, and he's second in the AFC to the Patriots' Tom Brady with a 104.7 passer rating.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2011
For nine seasons, Matt Hasselbeck was synonymous with the Seattle Seahawks and the NFC West. But for at least one year (2001), Hasselbeck was the starting quarterback for the Seahawks when they resided in the AFC West and faced the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers on a regular basis. Hasselbeck -- who now plays for the Tennessee Titans, who welcome the Ravens to LP Field Sunday -- said he's beginning to reacquaint himself to life in the AFC. "I'm not that familiar with the personnel in the AFC," Hasselback said Wednesday during a conference call with Baltimore media.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | April 17, 2009
In a move that could drastically change this year's NFL draft, the Ravens have expressed interest in acquiring wide receiver Anquan Boldin from the Arizona Cardinals, a league source confirmed Thursday. It would likely take a first- and a third-round draft pick to acquire Boldin, who had 89 catches for 1,038 yards and 11 touchdowns last season. This is the third time in five years the Ravens have considered trading for a wide receiver. Their trade for Terrell Owens in 2004 was rescinded, and the team failed to complete a deal for Randy Moss in 2005.
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By Matt Vensel | September 19, 2011
Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.   Running it back: The Ravens fell flat in a 26-13 loss to the Titans on Sunday. ... A week after forcing seven turnovers, their defense was taken apart by Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck in a methodical, precise assault.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | March 17, 2013
As the occasional snowflake fluttered through the air and landed on a makeshift football field, Jahvid Best once again stood on the sideline, watching others play the game he loves. This day, it was his choice. The Detroit Lions running back, who hasn't played a game since October 2011 because of multiple concussions, was one of 17 NFL players who visited St. Vincent's Villa in Timonium on Sunday morning. As Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt captained teams of children, Best laughed, cheered and tried to stay warm.
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Sam Farmer | October 8, 2011
Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has spent much more of his NFL career under the radar than under the microscope. In many ways he has enjoyed that, going from Seattle to Nashville, Tenn., and joking that he sometimes feels he has enrolled in the witness protection program. But the way Hasselbeck is playing, he can't hide much longer. Through four games, he has looked like the smartest free-agent acquisition of the season. His Titans are 3-1 heading into Sunday's game in Pittsburgh, and he's second in the AFC to the Patriots' Tom Brady with a 104.7 passer rating.
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By John Glennon, The Tennessean | September 15, 2011
He says his trash talking actually started on the basketball court years ago, the natural byproduct of participating in a New York summer street tournament that included NBA players. It's hard to doubt Shaun Smith on this, especially when one learns that dunks were worth three points in the event, appropriately named Dunker's Delight. “You know you had to be talking in a tournament like that,” Smith said, “so I talked a lot of smack on the basketball court and I took it onto the football field.” His mouth has never really stopped since.
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By Matt Vensel | September 19, 2011
Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.   Running it back: The Ravens fell flat in a 26-13 loss to the Titans on Sunday. ... A week after forcing seven turnovers, their defense was taken apart by Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck in a methodical, precise assault.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | September 17, 2011
Three things that NEED to go RIGHT … 1. The running game takes over. The Titans' defensive line is thin and vulnerable, great news for Ray Rice, Vonta Leach and company. 2. The Ravens control the top guns. Chris Johnson and Kenny Britt are game-breakers, and containing them would render the Titans' offense powerless. 3. Taking care of business. The Ravens say they've moved on from beating the Steelers, and they can show it with a dominating performance against an overmatched team.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2011
For nine seasons, Matt Hasselbeck was synonymous with the Seattle Seahawks and the NFC West. But for at least one year (2001), Hasselbeck was the starting quarterback for the Seahawks when they resided in the AFC West and faced the Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers on a regular basis. Hasselbeck -- who now plays for the Tennessee Titans, who welcome the Ravens to LP Field Sunday -- said he's beginning to reacquaint himself to life in the AFC. "I'm not that familiar with the personnel in the AFC," Hasselback said Wednesday during a conference call with Baltimore media.
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By John Glennon, The Tennessean | September 15, 2011
He says his trash talking actually started on the basketball court years ago, the natural byproduct of participating in a New York summer street tournament that included NBA players. It's hard to doubt Shaun Smith on this, especially when one learns that dunks were worth three points in the event, appropriately named Dunker's Delight. “You know you had to be talking in a tournament like that,” Smith said, “so I talked a lot of smack on the basketball court and I took it onto the football field.” His mouth has never really stopped since.
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By Matt Vensel | July 18, 2011
I guess Ray Lewis was right when he said that crime in the AFC North would go up during the NFL lockout. OK, that isn't exactly what he said, but whatever. Four players from the division have been arrested in the past 10 days, pulling the AFC North into five-way tie for arrests since the lockout started on March 11. The AFC West, AFC South, NFC North and NFC East each have four arrests apiece , but the AFC North had none before Steelers receiver Hines Ward was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence on July 9. Then the Bengals started being the Bengals, and next thing you know, the AFC North was back in this thing.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | April 28, 2009
The Ravens didn't trade for Anquan Boldin and didn't select one of the 34 drafted wide receivers this weekend. In fact, they were one of only four AFC teams not to take a wide-out. But this draft wasn't about building a passing attack around quarterback Joe Flacco. It was about loading up on players who have the mind-set to overtake the Pittsburgh Steelers in the gritty AFC North. "This was a draft about toughness," said Eric DeCosta, the Ravens' director of player personnel. "Most of these guys have had some sort of adversity that they've overcome in some way. We have a tough team.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | April 28, 2009
The Ravens didn't trade for Anquan Boldin and didn't select one of the 34 drafted wide receivers this weekend. In fact, they were one of only four AFC teams not to take a wide-out. But this draft wasn't about building a passing attack around quarterback Joe Flacco. It was about loading up on players who have the mind-set to overtake the Pittsburgh Steelers in the gritty AFC North. "This was a draft about toughness," said Eric DeCosta, the Ravens' director of player personnel. "Most of these guys have had some sort of adversity that they've overcome in some way. We have a tough team.
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By KEN MURRAY | September 8, 2007
What went right For much of the game, Navy's defense contained Rutgers' big playmakers -- tailback Ray Rice and wide receiver Tiquan Underwood. Except for turnovers, the offense was able to move the ball and control the clock. What went wrong The Midshipmen lost two defensive starters, free safety Jeff Deliz and inside linebacker Clint Sovie, in the first quarter to injuries, and poor field position contributed to an early14-0 deficit. Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada threw three interceptions, two in the end zone, to squander scoring opportunities.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | April 17, 2009
In a move that could drastically change this year's NFL draft, the Ravens have expressed interest in acquiring wide receiver Anquan Boldin from the Arizona Cardinals, a league source confirmed Thursday. It would likely take a first- and a third-round draft pick to acquire Boldin, who had 89 catches for 1,038 yards and 11 touchdowns last season. This is the third time in five years the Ravens have considered trading for a wide receiver. Their trade for Terrell Owens in 2004 was rescinded, and the team failed to complete a deal for Randy Moss in 2005.
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