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Archive for September, 2011

Grubbs a Game-Time Decision vs. Jets

In Sunday night’s prime match-up against the New York Jets, the Baltimore Ravens could get back their best offensive linemen, Ben Grubbs. Grubbs, who has missed the team’s past two games after playing in 67 straight, is a game-time decision for Sunday. If he is unable to go, Andre Gurode is expected to start in […]

Former Raven D. Mason Returns to Baltimore “At Peace”

Former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and current New York Jet Derrick Mason is at peace with his release from the Ravens’ this summer. Mason, 37, was surprised by his release this summer, but quickly landed on his feet signing with the Jets, joining forces with former Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan. Mason believes the Ravens […]

Foxworth Placed on IR with Bum Knee

Domonique Foxworth was placed on injured reserve, ending his season and leaving the Ravens with just five healthy cornerbacks for the time being. Foxworth, who tore his ACL prior to the start of training camp in 2010, had repeatedly stated this season that he didn’t feel completely comfortable with the surgically-repaired knee and clearly his […]

Week 4 Key Matchups: Jets vs Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens face off against their former defensive coordinator Rex Ryan and his New York Jets this Sunday.  The players and fans view this as a rivalry game because the Jets have many former Ravens, including former fan-favorite linebacker Bart Scott.  Here are the key match ups. Ray Rice vs Jets Run defense Since […]

Wednesdays with Walker: Week 4, Ravens vs. Jets

After a “Wednesdays with Walker” bye week, and a 37-7 victory over the mighty Rams of St. Louis, I’m back. To start off this week’s WwW, I’ll share with you my top 5 list of things I hate most as a Ravens fan. The Steelers Kyle Boller Ed Reed missing a game with an injury […]

Harbaugh: Kindle Not Playing Because “He Isn’t Good Enough”

It’s been a long and rocky road for Ravens’ linebacker Sergio Kindle. In 2010, Kindle was taken in the second-round of the draft and was the Ravens top selection, as they did not have a first-round pick that year. However, he missed the entire 2010 season after falling down two flights of stairs and fracturing […]

Ray Lewis Named AFC Defensive Player of Week 3

What”s that? Being 36 years old and playing in your 16th season as a linebacker is too old for the NFL? Tell that to Ray Lewis, who happens to be 36 and playing in his 16th NFL season, and was just for his performance against the St. Louis Rams. Lewis was able to notch 10 […]