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Former Ravens LB Ray Lewis one of 27 semifinalists for 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame class

The list will be trimmed to 15 finalists in January with inductees learning their fate Feb.

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Ravens' shutout of Packers cost a Wisconsin brewery a lot of beer

Approximately 200 people at Bavarian Bierhaus were served between 275 and 300 cups of free beer.

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Ravens' Harbaugh says punt ruled touchback was ‘greatest punt in the history of football’

Sam Koch tied a career high with five punts inside the 20 in the Ravens’ 23-0 throttling of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. His coach thinks an errant officiating determination cost Koch a sixth.

On fourth-and-11 from the Ravens’ 48-yard line in the third quarter, Koch launched a punt that landed at the Packers’ 1.

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Ravens put themselves into playoff position; now, they have to show some consistency

As they prepare for a "Monday Night Football" game against the Houston Texans, the Ravens haven't won back-to-back games since weeks 1 and 2.

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Harbaugh reveals backup QB Mallett was responsible for unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty

When the Ravens were flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct after a punt by Sam Koch in the third quarter of Sunday’s 23-0 rout of the Green Bay Packers, the curious aspect was that referee Jeff Triplette did not announce which player had incurred the penalty.

During his news conference Monday, coach John Harbaugh revealed the culprit’s identity.

“Ryan Mallett was the offender,” he said.

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Harbaugh defends Ravens center Jensen, who was called 'trash' after injury to Packers' Clark

Less than 12 hours after several Green Bay Packers players criticized Ravens center Ryan Jensen for his role in nose tackle Kenny Clark suffering a high right ankle sprain in the fourth quarter of the Ravens’ 23-0 win Sunday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh defended Jensen.

Clark was injured while locking up with Jensen on a running play, and Harbaugh said the center did not have any malicious intent.

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