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Asa Jackson has uneven night in bid to secure return job

The Ravens have been waiting for one of the candidates for their open return job to make a big play and Asa Jackson finally delivered during the 31-13 loss to the Washington Redskins Saturday night. Unfortunately for Jackson, he followed it up later in the game with an extremely poor decision.

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After ejection, Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. takes Snapchat with son in the stands
Steve Smith Sr. ejected, John Harbaugh confronts Jay Gruden after on-field fight

Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. and Washington Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver were ejected for their roles in an on-field fight late in the first quarter of Saturday's preseason game at M&T Bank Stadium.

The issue developed after a third-down completion to wide receiver Kamar Aiken over the middle.

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Timmy Jernigan leaves game with knee injury; Ryan Jensen in concussion protocol

Three Ravens defensive linemen -- starting defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, and defensive ends Lawrence Guy and DeAngelo Tyson -- left Saturday's preseason game against the Washignton Redskins with injuries.

Jernigan suffered an apparent right knee injury on the fourth defensive play of the game and walked straight into the locker room after hobbling off with the help of trainers.

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Instant Analysis of the Ravens' 31-13 loss to the Washington Redskins

Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: The positives were the performances of quarterback Joe Flacco, wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. before his ejection and a decent effort by the first-team defense. But what has to concern Ravens coaches is that very few of the questions that the team had entering the preseason have been answered. It still isn't clear whether the Ravens have enough on the outside beyond Smith Sr.

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Maxx Williams, Eugene Monroe, Kelechi Osemele lead 14 inactives against Washington

Rookie tight end Maxx Williams and starting offensive linemen Eugene Monroe and Kelechi Osemele were among several prominent players on the Ravens offense who didn’t dress for Saturday’s preseason game against the Washington Redskins.

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