Baltimore Ravens All-Pro middle linebacker Ray Lewis is the “furthest away” from returning for Sunday”s game at Cleveland among the Ravens” injured players, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times. Lewis has sat out the past two games with a turf toe injury he suffered week 10 against the Seattle Seahawks. Last week, […]
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The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers have thrived this season because they are hard-nosed, physical and relentless. Both teams are mirrors of their head coaches. Thursday night John and Jim Harbaugh will make history becoming the first brothers to compete on opposite sidelines as head coaches.John Harbaugh is seeking to take the Ravens (7-3) […]
On Thursday night, for just the second time this season, the Baltimore Ravens will break out their black jerseys, according to Dan Kolko of MASNSports.com After rocking the all-black look in a Sunday night contest with the New York Jets week four, the Ravens will be wearing their black jerseys with white pants Thursday night […]
The Cincinnati Bengals failed to take advantage of having the Pittsburgh Steelers in their backyard last Sunday, losing 24-17 to drop to 6-3 overall for the season. Fortunately for former Ravens defensive coordinator Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati’s schedule quickly offers up a second chance. And that’s exactly what the Baltimore Ravens are looking for after suffering […]
After losing two costly fumbles in the Ravens’ 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks last Sunday, kick returner David Reed is out as the team’s primary return man. Not only did Reed cough up two fumbles, but he also cost the Ravens with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the second half of Sunday’s game. Over […]
It was an absolute debacle last night for the Baltimore Ravens, a complete implosion, an ugly display of football unmatched in the John Harbaugh era. With all eyes on the Ravens in front of a nationally televised audience, the offense appeared completely flat and uncertain of what to do throughout the entire game. The offense […]