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John Harbaugh smiles through halftime interview, praises reporter's question

In their first on-camera interaction since a tense, 27-second interview at halftime of the Ravens preseason game against the Washington Redskins on Saturday, coach John Harbaugh smiled at Comcast SportsNet reporter Brent Harris and told him, "I love that question."

Harbaugh was publicly chastised by the media for his curt response to Harris' questios about running onto the field during a first-quarter fight that led to the ejection of wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. Harbaugh ended the three question interview by telling Harris: "Give me a good question and I'll answer it."

So Harris opened Thursday's halftime interview in Atlanta with a question about the team's late-half drive, as well as their goal-line stand earlier in the second quarter.

"I love that question. I love it," Harbaugh said. "The defense had a couple pressures here to knock them out of field-goal range; that was good. You know, penalties are hurting us. We just cannot be taking any penalties. Even in the kicking game, Cassius [Vaughn] makes a great play, gets called for sling-shotting. Little things like that are the things that are holding us back."

Harbaugh also praised undrafted rookie running back Terrence Magee.

"Running north and south," Harbaugh said. "He's a hard-running guy. I almost think he was going to step out of a couple of those, but all the backs ran well. Buck Allen ran well, our offensive line did a decent job. A lot of positives, but we'd like to get more points."

And so, I pray, we close the book on this chapter of our lives.

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Ravens starters, some top backups sit against Falcons

It would probably be just as easy listing the Ravens who are playing rather than the ones who aren’t. But we’ll stick with our formula.

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Sports Illustrated picks Ravens to win Super Bowl 50

Hop on the hype train, Baltimore.

At a time when locals seem to be most concerned with the health of first-round pick Breshad Perriman and generally blasé about the preseason in general, the Ravens have the distinct honor of being Sports Illustrated’s pick to win Super Bowl 50.

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Broncos starting safety T.J. Ward suspended for season opener vs. Ravens

The Ravens could be without a couple of key players in their Sept. 13 regular-season opener against the Denver Broncos, including running back Lorenzo Taliaferro, wide receiver Breshad Perriman and defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan.

The Broncos learned Thursday that they'll be without a key defensive starter as well.

Denver announced that Pro Bowl safety T.J.

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Mike Preston: At least Tom Brady and the Patriots won't cheat for a while

For the time being, the cheating will stop in in Foxborough, Mass.

That's the good news that has come out of this "Deflategate" mess.

U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman overturned the four-game suspension of New England quarterback Tom Brady Thursday, and the NFL will appeal. But Brady is at least set to start the team's season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 10.

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Ravens release Chris Greenwood, Steven Means

The Ravens have released cornerback Chris Greenwood and linebacker Steven Means after reaching injury settlements with both players.

Both Greenwood and Means were initially placed on injured reserve this week as the Ravens trimmed their roster to 75 players.

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