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Lefty Driesell: 'I bet Mike Krzyzewski is kicking himself' over Rasheed Sulaimon

Argue all you want about whether former Maryland men's basketball coach Lefty Driesell deserves to be a Hall of Famer. I'll say this much: He's a no-doubt, first-ballot Hall of Fame interview.

Making the rounds after coming to College Park for the Terps' win Saturday over Purdue, Driesell called in to The Mark Turgeon Radio Show on Monday. He got to talking about a recent practice he visited.

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Disappointing Ravens aren't considered a top team in early NFL power rankings

Remember last offseason? When the birds were chirping, and Joe Flacco was healthy, and the Ravens were a sexy Super Bowl pick? It was a pleasant, simpler time.

Because to be a Ravens fan in February 2016 — a Ravens fan who consumes every last morsel of coverage of the coming 2016 season — you have to be fully prepared to feel insulted.

Take, for instance, one of the following way-too-early power rankings.

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Justin Forsett, Torrey Smith headed to Flint, Mich., to help with water crisis

Ravens running back Justin Forsett and former Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith are headed to Flint, Mich., on Tuesday to lend support to the city as it grapples with a growing water crisis.

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For Orioles Hackathon participant, an 'impossibly complex' task: Make sense of data

One participant takes you inside the baseball analytics Hackathon.

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11 weeks after tearing ACL and MCL, Joe Flacco doesn't have much of a limp

On Nov. 22, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco tore his left ACL and MCL, ending his season and starting a rehabilitation process of six to nine months.

On Dec. 30, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Flacco "is going to be ready for training camp" next season.

On Sunday, Flacco's stride looked solid, if not elite.

Flacco was introduced before Super Bowl 50 as the Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XLVII.

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Ravens spokesman Chad Steele shadows Peyton Manning after Super Bowl 50

Yes, that was Chad Steele of the Ravens’ media relations staff getting more face time on television Sunday than Peyton Manning.

Steele, the Ravens’ vice president of public relations, has been working for the NFL during Super Bowl 50 week in Santa Clara, Calif.

He was behind Manning and Broncos coach Gary Kubiak after the game as they were being interviewed.

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