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August 11, 2010
OFFENSE WR: Mason // Clayton LT: Oher // Harewood LG: Grubbs // Chester C: Birk // Chester RG: Yanda // Mattison RT: Gaither (inj.) // Cousins WR: Boldin // Stallworth TE: Heap // Dickson QB: Flacco // Bulger RB: Rice // McGahee FB: L.McClain // McLaughlin DEFENSE DE: Redding // Pryce DT: Ngata // McKinney NT: Gregg // Cody OLB: Suggs // Barnes ILB: Lewis // Gooden ILB: J.McClain // Ellerbe OLB: Johnson // Burgess LCB: Carr (inj.
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NEWS
February 11, 2013
I was in New Orleans from San Francisco for the Super Bowl . I was impressed with the graciousness and friendliness of the Baltimore Ravens fans after their win. Out in the French Quarter after the game, walking around in my red 49ers jersey expecting catcalls and rude remarks (there were a few), I had Ravens fans shake my hand, compliment my team with "good game" and "see you next year in the Super Bowl . " I even got a hug from a pretty purple clad lady. Congratulations on your win. Your fans represented your team and city well.
SPORTS
December 24, 2011
Join The Sun's Matt Vensel and Kevin Van Valkenburg as they chat live from the Ravens' game against the Browns at M&T Bank Stadium.   Live chat: Ravens vs. Browns
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By Jeff Zrebiec | April 16, 2012
Every weekday through April 25, the day before the first round of the NFL draft, The Sun will examine where the Ravens stand at each position, the likelihood that they will address that spot early in the draft and some of the prospects that they may consider. Today, we'll examine the quarterback position: Current quarterbacks under contract : Joe Flacco, Tyrod Taylor Chances that the Ravens draft a QB in first three rounds : None. Though there was plenty written about the prospect of adding a veteran backup to Flacco last year, the Ravens went all season with two active quarterbacks on their roster.
SPORTS
December 1, 2009
The Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers have the easiest remaining schedules of the AFC wild-card contenders: Team Opp. rec. Pct. Ravens (6-5) 22-33 .400 Pittsburgh (6-5) 22-33 .400 Houston (5-6) 23-32 .418 Denver (7-4) 27-28 .490 Tennessee (5-6) 29-26 .527 Jacksonville (6-5) 29-26 .527 Miami (5-6)
NEWS
September 11, 2013
I am surprised at Stuart Jay Robinson's letter about an NFL game being scheduled on a holiday (" The NFL displays religious insensitivity," Sept. 7). Mr. Robinson asks, "How can we be expected to teach our children that heritage, culture, family history and faith take priority over money?" How about discussing with your children what God asked Abraham to do - sacrifice his son. If Abraham was willing to do that for God, surely your children can be asked to give up one football game in order to celebrate Rosh Hashanah.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
Entering the 2013 season, the Ravens knew they would be starting two new safeties. Strong safety Bernard Pollard was released after the Super Bowl and iconic free safety Ed Reed was not re-signed. They did bring back a lot of talent and depth at cornerback, though it also came with uncertainty. Lardarius Webb was working his way back from a major knee injury, Jimmy Smith had yet to emerge as a consistent every-down player and Corey Graham was coming off the best three-month stretch of his life.
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Mike Preston | March 25, 2014
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is in his bargain-basement mode these days. Over the weekend the Ravens added two new players, which got a lot of fans excited, but neither center Jeremy Zuttah, formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, nor former St. Louis Rams safety Darian Stewart should make a dramatic difference to the Ravens this season. It appears that Newsome is filling in some gaps, like finding another backup running back or a rotational defensive lineman, but the major lifting is over until the NFL draft in May. Oh sure, Zuttah is better than Gino Gradkowski, who started at center last season for the Ravens.
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