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Lardarius Webb, Kelechi Osemele, Eugene Monroe, Michael Campanaro return to practice

The Ravens got three starters and a key offensive player back Monday as guard Kelechi Osemele, tackle Eugene Monroe, cornerback Lardarius Webb and wide receiver Michael Campanaro returned to practice.

Osemele had practiced once since the preseason opener on Aug. 13 against New Orleans, and missed the two subsequent games with an Achilles injury.

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Former Ravens backup Tyrod Taylor named Week 1 starter by Buffalo Bills, per reports

Longtime Ravens backup Tyrod Taylor will get an opportunity to prove himself as a starting quarterback with the Buffalo Bills, who named him the Week 1 starter Monday, according to multiple reports.

A 2011 sixth-round NFL draft pick who spent four years backing up durable starter Joe Flacco, Taylor appeared in 14 games over four years with the Ravens.

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Ravens release eight players as roster cutdown begins

The Ravens released eight players Monday morning, including three wide receivers, to get their roster down to 82. They'll need to be at 75 by 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Wide receivers DeAndre Carter, Aldrick Robinson and Trent Steelman were let go, leaving the Ravens with nine wide outs.

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Timmy Jernigan dodges significant knee injury

Early indications are that Ravens defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan dodged a significant knee issue, but he's still expected to miss some practice time and his status for the team's Sept. 13 regular-season opener against the Denver Broncos is in question, sources said.

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Ravens' rookies have difficult night in loss to Redskins

The Ravens have been generally pleased with the progress of their draft class, but a few of their rookies who could be counted on in reserve roles had forgettable games in the team’s 31-13 loss to the Washington Redskins on Saturday.

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John Harbaugh draws criticism for tense halftime interview with Brent Harris

So by now, it seems the biggest takeaway from the Ravens’ 31-13 loss to the Redskins on Saturday has nothing to do with the game. Instead, people (or at least denizens of the Twitterverse) seem fixated on John Harbaugh’s rudeness to halftime interviewer Brent Harris.

For those who didn’t see, Harbaugh got annoyed when Harris asked about an apparent shouting match with Redskins coach Jay Gruden.

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