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By Matt Vensel | January 8, 2013
As the Ravens ran out the clock in Sunday's 24-9 win over the Indianapolis Colts in the wild-card round, coach John Harbaugh sent linebacker Ray Lewis onto the field to be the last line of defense in the victory formation. “That was inspired from above, I guess. That was just an idea from a higher power,” Harbaugh explained. After quarterback Joe Flacco took a knee one last time to officially end the Colts' season, Lewis, who was playing his final game at M&T Bank Stadium, did his signature pregame dance near the middle of the field.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2013
The impact of Torrey Smith and Jacoby Jones was obvious every time that one of the speedy outside wide receivers ran past flat-footed defenders and under a long, arching throw from Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Smith, now entering his third season, has quickly become one of the NFL's premier deep threats. And Jones, who got behind defenses for huge touchdowns twice in the postseason, also has speed to be reckoned with. Part of their hidden impact -- besides forcing safeties to back away from the line of scrimmage to protect against the big play -- came in the penalties they drew downfield when they weren't catching Flacco's deep balls.
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By Edward Lee | January 6, 2013
The Indianapolis Colts' nine points in Sunday's 15-point loss to the Ravens in Sunday's AFC wild-card playoff round, matched a season low when the team fell to the New York Jets, 35-9, on Oct. 14. Critics might point to the absence of offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who was hospitalized at a Baltimore-area hospital Sunday morning with serious flu-like symptoms, but wide receiver Reggie Wayne downplayed the impact of having quarterbacks coach...
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Peter Schmuck | January 8, 2013
In the next few days, the NFL will announce any disciplinary action relating to last weekend's first playoff round, which means that there will likely be another big wire transfer headed from Baltimore to the league's central office in New York. If so, this week's contribution to the NFL charities will come from veteran safety Bernard Pollard, who was flagged during Sunday's victory over the Indianapolis Colts for a nasty hit on receiver Reggie Wayne. Pollard said Tuesday that he hasn't heard anything from the league yet, but he isn't worried about the fine.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | January 8, 2013
Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis said he did his trademark late-game dance on Sunday to honor “my time and my city,” not out of disrespect to the Indianapolis Colts. Lewis' response came a day after Colts veteran wide receiver Reggie Wayne told WNDE-AM in Indianapolis that he saw the dance, which occurred after the final kneel down of the Ravens' 24-9 victory at M&T Bank Stadium, as “disrespectful.”  It was Lewis' final home game after playing 17 seasons in Baltimore.
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Peter Schmuck | January 8, 2013
In the next few days, the NFL will announce any disciplinary action relating to last weekend's first playoff round, which means that there will likely be another big wire transfer headed from Baltimore to the league's central office in New York. If so, this week's contribution to the NFL charities will come from veteran safety Bernard Pollard, who was flagged during Sunday's victory over the Indianapolis Colts for a nasty hit on receiver Reggie Wayne. Pollard said Tuesday that he hasn't heard anything from the league yet, but he isn't worried about the fine.
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December 28, 2007
Where the Ravens fall in the latest power rankings: ESPN.com No. 26: Troy Smith didn't set the world on fire in his first NFL start. But neither did he embarrass himself. Considering the state of the Ravens' offense this season, there's probably something to be said for that. CBSSports.com No. 26: It's officially a disaster. They have to fix that passing game for 2008 or it will be a disaster again next season. Foxsports.com No. 31: Ravaged by injuries and downright hideous play since late September, the Ravens dropped their franchise-record ninth straight game Sunday.
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By Edward Lee | December 14, 2011
The Ravens scored 24 of the game's first 27 points against the Indianapolis Colts Sunday, and Indianapolis got a meaningless touchdown in garbage time to make the final score, 24-10. The Colts fell to 0-13, but they still earned a measure of respect from Ravens free safety Ed Reed. “Hats off to those guys because they are still being professionals over there,” the seven-time Pro Bowler said after the contest. “It's very tough circumstances. I know a couple of the guys over there.
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By SPORTS NETWORK | October 11, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS — Mike Hart rushed for the only touchdown of the game late in the fourth quarter as the Colts kept the Chiefs out of the end zone to knock off the last remaining unbeaten team 19-9. Peyton Manning had a pedestrian day, completing 26 of 44 passes for 244 yards with an interception for the Colts (3-2), who rebounded from a last-second loss at Jacksonville in Week 4. Hart and Joseph Addai each rushed for 50 yards, Reggie Wayne led the receiving corps with 75 yards on six grabs, and Indy's defense held Kansas City to 261 total yards.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2013
The impact of Torrey Smith and Jacoby Jones was obvious every time that one of the speedy outside wide receivers ran past flat-footed defenders and under a long, arching throw from Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Smith, now entering his third season, has quickly become one of the NFL's premier deep threats. And Jones, who got behind defenses for huge touchdowns twice in the postseason, also has speed to be reckoned with. Part of their hidden impact -- besides forcing safeties to back away from the line of scrimmage to protect against the big play -- came in the penalties they drew downfield when they weren't catching Flacco's deep balls.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | January 8, 2013
Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis said he did his trademark late-game dance on Sunday to honor “my time and my city,” not out of disrespect to the Indianapolis Colts. Lewis' response came a day after Colts veteran wide receiver Reggie Wayne told WNDE-AM in Indianapolis that he saw the dance, which occurred after the final kneel down of the Ravens' 24-9 victory at M&T Bank Stadium, as “disrespectful.”  It was Lewis' final home game after playing 17 seasons in Baltimore.
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By Matt Vensel | January 8, 2013
As the Ravens ran out the clock in Sunday's 24-9 win over the Indianapolis Colts in the wild-card round, coach John Harbaugh sent linebacker Ray Lewis onto the field to be the last line of defense in the victory formation. “That was inspired from above, I guess. That was just an idea from a higher power,” Harbaugh explained. After quarterback Joe Flacco took a knee one last time to officially end the Colts' season, Lewis, who was playing his final game at M&T Bank Stadium, did his signature pregame dance near the middle of the field.
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By Edward Lee | January 6, 2013
The Indianapolis Colts' nine points in Sunday's 15-point loss to the Ravens in Sunday's AFC wild-card playoff round, matched a season low when the team fell to the New York Jets, 35-9, on Oct. 14. Critics might point to the absence of offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who was hospitalized at a Baltimore-area hospital Sunday morning with serious flu-like symptoms, but wide receiver Reggie Wayne downplayed the impact of having quarterbacks coach...
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By Jeff Zrebiec | February 24, 2012
I began the day with a blog about the Ravens' plan to upgrade their wide receiving corps and that's how I'm going to end it. Both General Manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh discussed the matter today and their comments indicate that the Ravens are absolutely considering picking a wide receiver early in the draft while it is unlikely that the team will make a big splash and sign one of the celebrated free agent wideouts. The group of free agent receivers could include Vincent Jackson, Dwayne Bowe, Wes Welker, Reggie Wayne and Marques Colston among others.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | February 23, 2012
Former Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano will celebrate his one-month anniversary as coach of the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, yet there are still clearly some things about his new job that he hasn't gotten used to. “I've got so many things coming across my desk right now that are non-football related, I can't stand it,” said Pagano, who interviewed in Indianapolis the day after the Ravens' AFC championship game loss to the...
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By Edward Lee | December 14, 2011
The Ravens scored 24 of the game's first 27 points against the Indianapolis Colts Sunday, and Indianapolis got a meaningless touchdown in garbage time to make the final score, 24-10. The Colts fell to 0-13, but they still earned a measure of respect from Ravens free safety Ed Reed. “Hats off to those guys because they are still being professionals over there,” the seven-time Pro Bowler said after the contest. “It's very tough circumstances. I know a couple of the guys over there.
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By Matt Vensel | August 29, 2011
With trades in consecutive offseasons, the Ravens have given Joe Flacco a formidable receiving tandem in Anquan Boldin and Lee Evans. Boldin has had five 1,000-yard seasons in his eight years in the league and Evans has averaged 15.7 yards per catch in seven seasons and hauled in 42 touchdowns in his career. The Ravens hope Evans is the key to unlocking the shackles on the Ravens' passing game in 2011. One of the NFL's fastest receivers, Evans has the vertical speed to give Boldin space underneath , something that wasn't often available late last season with Derrick Mason and T.J. Houshmanzadeh lining up opposite of Boldin.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | February 24, 2012
I began the day with a blog about the Ravens' plan to upgrade their wide receiving corps and that's how I'm going to end it. Both General Manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh discussed the matter today and their comments indicate that the Ravens are absolutely considering picking a wide receiver early in the draft while it is unlikely that the team will make a big splash and sign one of the celebrated free agent wideouts. The group of free agent receivers could include Vincent Jackson, Dwayne Bowe, Wes Welker, Reggie Wayne and Marques Colston among others.
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By Matt Vensel | August 29, 2011
With trades in consecutive offseasons, the Ravens have given Joe Flacco a formidable receiving tandem in Anquan Boldin and Lee Evans. Boldin has had five 1,000-yard seasons in his eight years in the league and Evans has averaged 15.7 yards per catch in seven seasons and hauled in 42 touchdowns in his career. The Ravens hope Evans is the key to unlocking the shackles on the Ravens' passing game in 2011. One of the NFL's fastest receivers, Evans has the vertical speed to give Boldin space underneath , something that wasn't often available late last season with Derrick Mason and T.J. Houshmanzadeh lining up opposite of Boldin.
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By SPORTS NETWORK | October 11, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS — Mike Hart rushed for the only touchdown of the game late in the fourth quarter as the Colts kept the Chiefs out of the end zone to knock off the last remaining unbeaten team 19-9. Peyton Manning had a pedestrian day, completing 26 of 44 passes for 244 yards with an interception for the Colts (3-2), who rebounded from a last-second loss at Jacksonville in Week 4. Hart and Joseph Addai each rushed for 50 yards, Reggie Wayne led the receiving corps with 75 yards on six grabs, and Indy's defense held Kansas City to 261 total yards.
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