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December 20, 2002
The Ravens' Jonathan Ogden, Todd Heap and Peter Boulware were selected to the Pro Bowl. Rosters, [Page 4d]
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2013
Recent history is littered with cautionary tales of sequels gone bad, seasons sunk by high expectations, title defenses derailed by injuries and complacency. It's been nearly a decade since an NFL team has won back-to-back Super Bowl s. It's been eight years since the reigning champion has even won a postseason game the next season. The Ravens' official defense of their Super Bowl XLVII title begins Thursday night against the Denver Broncos, a rematch of their divisional round playoff thriller in January.
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November 23, 2007
Last week, we asked who is the best pass rusher in Ravens history. The results: Michael McCrary (45.4 percent) Peter Boulware (39.9 percent) Adalius Thomas (9.2 percent) Terrell Suggs (5.4 percent) This week's question: Which Raven should retire after this season? A. Jonathan Ogden B. Steve McNair C. Mike Flynn D. Matt Stover To vote, go to baltimoresun.com/ravenspoll
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2012
There is speculation that Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs will attempt to play in Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins, but I don't see where it will help the Ravens much. Suggs has missed practice this week so far with a torn right biceps and might be able to play with the help of some type of harness. At this point, it is difficult to see how a harness will help. We're talking about a torn biceps here, not a separated shoulder, like former Ravens outside linebacker Peter Boulware was able to play with because of the brace/harness.
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By Brent Jones | August 4, 2002
Thumbs up: Lamont Brightful had a 45-yard kickoff return for the White team, drawing the largest ovation of the afternoon. The players all signed autographs afterward despite the heat. Thumbs down: The White team gave up a Jeff Blake-to-Ron Johnson 20-yard touchdown with less than two minutes left in the game. Quotable: "[Yesterday] was more about the administration of the game as opposed to what physically went on." Ravens coach Brian Billick. Injuries: Linebacker Peter Boulware (ankle)
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By Mike Preston | September 10, 1999
0: Super Bowl appearances by this franchise even when it was the Cleveland Browns.1: Passes that receivers Qadry Ismail, Justin Armour and Brandon Stokley have caught in the NFL since 1997.2: "Must-win" games this season. You know who they're against.3: Ravens draft choices starting on offense as opposed to six on defense.4: Starting quarterbacks in Ravens history when Scott Mitchell takes the snap, following in the footsteps of Vinny Testaverde, Eric Zeier and Jim Harbaugh.5: Receiver/punt returner Jermaine Lewis' rank for total yards in the NFL last season with 2,025.
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January 28, 2001
Ravens (15-4) vs. N.Y. Giants (14-4) Time: 6:18 tonight, chs. 13, 9. Line: Ravens by 3. Tampa weather: Partly cloudy. Highs in low 70s; lows in low 50s. Vs. spread: Ravens 13-5; Giants 11-7. Vs. common opponents: Ravens 8-3; Giants 8-2. Series: Ravens lead 1-0. Last meeting: Ravens won, 24-23, on Sept. 14, 1997, at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Postseason records: Ravens 3-0; Giants 16-19. Quick hits: Ravens are third AFC No. 4 seed in past four years (Broncos 1997, Titans 1999)
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By Jeff Zrebiec | November 17, 2012
As the Ravens prepare for Sunday's AFC North showdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the latest chapter of what many consider the NFL's best rivalry, The Sun caught up this week with several participants from the series to get some of their memories from past meetings. Not long after he was selected in the first round by the Ravens in 1997, linebacker Peter Boulware starting hearing about a burgeoning rivalry with the Steelers and how much Ravens' fans disliked that team from Pittsburgh.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
Torrey Smith's 26-yard touchdown catch from Joe Flacco more than a year ago capped the Ravens' first season sweep of the Pittsburgh Steelers since 2006. But the reverberations from that play may resonate a good deal longer. For years, Heinz Field in Pittsburgh had become a graveyard of sorts for the Ravens, a place where AFC North title runs and postseason aspirations were laid to rest. Since the stadium opened along the Ohio River in 2001, the Ravens have lost 10 of the 14 times they have traveled there, including three times in the playoffs.
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By Steven Petrella | July 27, 2012
With Terrell Suggs likely sidelined for all of 2012, the Ravens will turn to rookie Courtney Upshaw to fill the pass rushing void left by the 2011 NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Although he's not trying to replace Suggs, Upshaw will need to step in right away and make an impact. The former Alabama star will hope to have a year similar to the players below -- five of the best Ravens' rookie seasons in team history.   Honorable Mention  Torrey Smith, WR, 2011 Smith set team rookie records in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns with 50, 841 and seven, respectively.
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By Matt Vensel | December 12, 2011
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs recorded his third three-sack game of the season in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts. With 13 sacks in 13 games, Suggs has already passed his previous single-season high of 12, which was set back in 2003, his rookie year. Peter Boulware's franchise record is just out of his grasp. Boulware brought down the quarterback 15 times in 2001, a single-season record that is in serious jeopardy a decade later. With the way Suggs has been playing this season -- and these past three weeks in particular -- it looks as if he will likely overtake Boulware at some point in the final three games of the regular season.
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By Matt Vensel | December 11, 2011
The Ravens had a lead foot in the first half, pulling away from the winless Indianapolis Colts by scoring the first 17 points of Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium. The game never in doubt, they coasted to a 24-10 win. Joe Flacco threw two touchdown passes. Ray Rice topped the century mark, giving him back-to-back 100-yard rushing games for the first time ever. And Terrell Suggs had three sacks to set a new single-season personal best. Here are my quick-hit thoughts after the Ravens improved to 10-3 on the year and held serve in the AFC North: 1. Terrell Suggs was already being considered as a candidate for NFL Defensive Player of the Year by many, but with seven sacks in his past three games, he now has enough sacks to catch the eyes of those who only pay attention to stats.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | November 15, 2011
Matt Stover, the leading scorer in Ravens' history and an important member of the 2000 Super Bowl-winning team, will be placed in the team's Ring of Honor at halftime of Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Stover played 18 seasons with the Ravens/Browns before finishing his career with the Indianapolis Colts in 2009. Only middle linebacker Ray Lewis has had a longer tenure with the Ravens than Stover did. With the Ravens, Stover accounted for 1,464 points, went 354-for-418 on field-goal attempts and 402-for-403 in extra points.
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By Ken Murray | October 5, 2011
The show of force by the Ravens defense on Sunday night was remarkable in its own right, but there was a greater perspective with which to glimpse the 34-17 demolition of the Jets. History tells us the 2000 Ravens throttled teams every week with their unique brand of defensive mayhem en route to the NFL's 16-game record for fewest points allowed (165). That defense may well have been the best in NFL history. This Ravens team likely won't challenge the Super Bowl champion's points record.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | September 14, 2011
Pro Bowl linebacker Terrell Suggs was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week today after his performance in the Ravens' 35-7 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday afternoon. Suggs, 28, had a record-setting afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium, recording three sacks of Ben Roethlisberger to go along with two forced fumbles and five total tackles. The three sacks gave Suggs 71 1/2 for his career, surpassing Peter Boulware (70) and setting a new Ravens' record. “That wasn't a goal of mine to get the sack record, but then, before you go into it, you are only 1½ away," Suggs said following Sunday's game.
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