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Most of the characteristics that have defined what many consider the best rivalry in football remain unchanged. Make no mistake, the Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers still don't like each other. The disdain is well-earned from years of hard hits, tough...
So many intriguing possibilities exist for the Philadelphia Eagles' first head coaching change of this millennium. At the end of this season, barring a miracle run by a young team that doesn't look like it will ever win until being taught how by...
Tags: Cleveland Browns, Sports, Bill Belichick, Andy Reid, Football
Imparting knowledge about strategy, needling referees and providing timely jokes or a touch of sternness, Ravens coach John Harbaugh has quickly built a reputation for his intensity and winning. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin commands respect with the...
Pro Bowl inside linebacker Ray Lewis did not make it through his 17th season, but he will play in No. 18 next year. The Ravens announced that Lewis tore his triceps in his right arm in Sunday's game against Dallas ending what had been his worst season,...
Tags: Sports, Football, Art Modell, Johnny Unitas, Dallas Cowboys
The temptation might be great, but the Ravens have to resist. Considering that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has played well at home as opposed to poorly on the road, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has to be rethinking the game plan after staying with...
Tags: Sports, Jim Brown, Cleveland Browns, Ray Rice, Football
The Baltimore SunThings can always get worse, can't they? I used to think reviewing any Baltimore Ravens telecast with Dan Dierdorf and Greg Gumbel in the broadcast booth was about as bad as things could get on my beat. But Sunday, I found out there was a much lower...
Forty-five yards from paydirt, trailing by two points and with time running out, the Ravens seemed doomed. Twenty seconds remained when quarterback Kyle Boller took the snap, eluded a Houston Texans' blitz and fired 10 yards downfield. The rookie...
Tags: Sports, Football, Mark Clayton, Houston Texans, St. Louis Rams
The Baltimore SunJason Garrett was the hot coaching candidate who had everything the Ravens were seeking. He was a former NFL quarterback, Ivy League-educated and groomed in a football family. He was young and bright, and in just a couple of seasons as an NFL assistant,...
Tags: Bill Belichick, Sports, Andy Reid, Jason Garrett, Football
The Baltimore SunAnalyst Brian Billick and play-by-play announcer Thom Brennaman delivered smart, smooth and informative coverage of the Ravens’ victory over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday on Fox. The entire production — from Laura Okmin’s sideline reports...
The once-solid offense has failed to score 20 points in each of its last three contests, the featured tailback has become a forgotten commodity, and the unit has relied heavily on an inconsistent quarterback. The description has fit the Ravens at times,...
Tags: Cleveland Browns, NFL Pro Bowl, Sports, Jason Garrett, Football
The Baltimore SunEvery morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday....
Tags: Sports, Alex Rodriguez, Football, Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens
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