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Sun StaffForever embedded in the city's football history, John Unitas and his fellow Hall of Fame Baltimore Colts will now become permanent parts of Ravens Stadium. At the Ravens' next home game on Oct. 20, the team will unveil a statue of Unitas and dedicate the...
Special To The SunSometimes the view from the ground just isn't enough. You feel a need to go up on high and see the world stretch endlessly away. Or at least a couple of miles away. There's an indescribable feeling of awe that you get from seeing buildings, bodies of...
Sun StaffNASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Ravens beat the Tennessee Titans as much on memory as they did on willpower yesterday. It was a game of deja vu for tight end Shannon Sharpe, redemption for wide receiver Patrick Johnson and sheer joy for quarterback Trent Dilfer,...
Sun StaffThe most defiant defense in the NFL can't say the P-word, but it can use the S-word. And the Ravens speak the language of shutouts eloquently. Ravaging a once-proud Dallas Cowboys' offense, 27-0, before 69,416 at PSINet Stadium, the Ravens' defense...
Tags: Peter Boulware, Sam Adams, Ray Lewis, Arts and Culture, Arts
Sun StaffIn a postseason defined by defense, the Ravens struck an ominous pose yesterday. Super Bowl contender. On the heels of a 21-3 wild-card dismantling of the Denver Broncos, the Ravens suddenly look like a very tough team to beat. Maybe even the team to...
Sun StaffSecond place is gone. Home-field advantage is debatable. The playoffs, at this moment, look like a pipe dream. The Ravens' free fall through the AFC Central continued yesterday with a wretched 9-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in front of 69,405,...
Sun StaffThis is what October has come to for the Ravens: On the 1-yard line, quarterback Tony Banks produced a fumble when he should have had a touchdown. On the 9-yard line, Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair produced a touchdown when he should have...
Sun StaffPITTSBURGH - The Ravens won here last year with explosive, big-play offense. They won here yesterday with dominant defense. Consider this the start of a new era. Where once this franchise routinely lost at Three Rivers Stadium to the Pittsburgh Steelers...
Tags: Kent Graham, Troy Edwards, Sam Adams, Rod Woodson, Brian Billick
Sun StaffIf this was their statement game, the Ravens were eloquent yesterday. If it was a glimpse of the future, they've got a lot to look forward to. Finding resiliency on defense and a leader on offense, the Ravens dispatched the Jacksonville Jaguars with a...
Sun StaffThis time, there were no excuses. There was only one turnover and no fourth-quarter collapse. The receivers got open, and the inconsistent quarterback was consistent. A running back rushed for 100 yards, and the team passed for more than 300 yards....
Sun StaffWho's next, John Unitas? The Ravens have run out of quarterbacks and offensive options, and yesterday they ran out of time in a 13-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills before 68,673 at PSINet Stadium. The script has become familiar. The defense plays well...
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