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By Edward Lee | September 9, 2011
The Ravens are healthy once again. Backup inside linebacker Jason Phillips, the only player who sat out Thursday's practice due to a concussion, returned to Friday's session. He took part in special-teams exercises and individual drills during the portion of practice open to the media. There were no other injury concerns for the Ravens.
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September 11, 2011
Ken Murray, reporter: Ben Roethlisberger doesn't own the Ravens any longer. He was reduced to a middling, mistake-prone quarterback Sunday, incapable of making the plays he once tormented the Ravens with. The Steelers were a step slow on every big play, and when they couldn't intimidate the Ravens, they knew they were done. Consider the table turned. The Ravens are the team to beat now. It's downhill from here for the Steelers. Edward Lee, reporter: Maybe there is something to the Steelers' fall from grace after Super Bowl appearances.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2011
Can we get a drumroll please? The Ravens season is starting and Teddy the Pigskin Picking Pup is ready to unveil his pick in the home opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Don't forget. A lot is riding on Teddy's choices. If he ends the season with a winning record, there's a little something in it for  him, but something even better for all of the homeless dogs and kitties being taken care of at Baltimore's biggest shelter, Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter. It should be said, that even if one doesn't agree with the little pup's instincts, he was right more often than not last season.
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2011
The troubling NFL lockout didn't stop the league from releasing an all-too-familiar preseason schedule for the Ravens on Tuesday, which is highlighted by a national prime-time matchup against the Washington Redskins. The Ravens open their preseason with a trip to Philadelphia on the weekend of Aug. 11-15. This marks the 12th time that the Ravens and Eagles have met in the preseason. The Ravens' next game is their first preseason one against the Kansas City Chiefs. A rematch of last year's wild-card game -- which the Ravens won, 30-7 -- is scheduled for Aug. 18-22.
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By Ken Murray and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2011
Joe Flacco and Ray Rice are on this week's regional cover of Sports Illustrated, which is on newsstands Wednesday. The Ravens' cover is available in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia. It is the fifth time the Ravens have been on the SI cover. The most recent was the Nov. 13, 2006 cover with Ray Lewis. Jets quarterback Marc Sanchez made SI's national cover, his third with the Jets and fourth overall.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | March 28, 2012
Well, that Brandon Jacobs to the Ravens' speculation didn't have much of a chance to heat up. A day after Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that the former New York Giants running back is "definitely" on the team's list, Jacobs signed a deal with the San Francisco 49ers, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. As I said earlier today, Jacobs wasn't a great fit for the Ravens, who are looking to give second-year running backs Anthony Allen and Damien Berry a bigger role after the retirement of Ricky Williams.
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | January 16, 2011
In the aftermath of the Ravens' crushing 31-24 loss at Pittsburgh in the divisional playoffs, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said he still believes the Ravens can develop into a championship offense and wants to be here to help it reach that level. The Ravens offense is taking as many hits from the fan base as it did from the Steelers on Saturday. It turned the ball over three times in the third quarter, dropping two critical passes in the fourth quarter and managing 126 total yards — the fewest in the Ravens' 15-game postseason history and the third-lowest in the team's existence.
NEWS
September 14, 2011
Rome Cee, rapper Ravens are a sentimental Favorite the first week but I would like to see more of what the offense and defense can do this season. RAVENS 21-14 Franchon Crews, boxer I see the game being close with Ravens edging it out, but honestly the only thing that matters is Troy Polamalu's hair. #winning RAVENS 17-10 Sarah Acconcia, chef, 13.5% Wine Bar I'll sack you in your end zone. RAVENS 4-2 Barry Glazer, attorney If Flacco is protected, it will be a very good day in B-more, otherwise, forget about it. As always, it will be a heart-pounding, close, hard-hitting game.
NEWS
December 9, 2010
The Patriots' annihilation of the Jets on Monday night revealed the elite teams in the NFL: New England, Pittsburgh, Atlanta and New Orleans. The Ravens are close to that list; 10 plays separate the Ravens from a 12-0 record, just as 10 other plays could have made us 5-7. With Todd Heap, Le'Ron McClain and a healthy Michael Oher, we would have beaten Pittsburgh last Sunday. We need to restart, demonstrate that we are among the elite and get to the Superbowl. Ray Lewis, Derrick Mason and Anquan Boldin have been there and can take us there again.
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By Matt Vensel | September 18, 2011
The Ravens were the talk of the NFL on Monday morning after they embarrassed their bitter rivals from Pittsburgh in a 35-7 win at M&T Bank Stadium the previous afternoon. In perhaps their most impressive performance of the John Harbaugh era , the Ravens forced seven turnovers, sacked Ben Roethlisberger four times and rushed for 170 yards. Their punter even ran for a two-point conversion. So what will the Ravens do for an encore Sunday afternoon against the Tennessee Titans? After such an emotionally charged victory over the Steelers, even the sloppiest of wins would suffice.
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