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Chris Givens will play for Ravens on Sunday against Browns

With other wide receiver injuries, team can't afford to be patient with recent acquisition

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Justin Tucker named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week

In a week when NFL kickers were in the spotlight for high-profile misses costing teams victories, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, whose 52-yard field goal in overtime won the Ravens Thursday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week Wednesday.

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Timmy Jernigan a situational pass rusher, still building effort, John Harbaugh says

The starting defensive tackle spot was presumed to belong to Timmy Jernigan as the Ravens sought to replace defensive tackle Haloti Ngata after his offseason trade to the Detroit Lions.

But after one game as the starter upon his return from a knee injury that kept him out in Week 1 against the Denver Broncos, Jernigan has ceded the starting spot to rookie defensive tackle Carl Davis.

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Former Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff signs with Buffalo Bills

A former Ravens coach might soon turn to a former Ravens kicker on field-goal attempts.

Billy Cundiff, who made the Pro Bowl with the Ravens in 2010, was signed by the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday. The Bills are coached by Rex Ryan, the former Ravens defensive coordinator. He didn't overlap with Cundiff in Baltimore.

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Kamar Aiken's quest for consistency stressed by injury to Steve Smith Sr.

A chorus of questions about whether there’s enough wide receiver talent at quarterback Joe Flacco’s disposal this season grows louder this week with the potential loss of Steve Smith Sr., plus a season-ending back injury to Michael Campanaro.

Kamar Aiken, the former practice squad player who will step into the top receiving spot on the depth chart after spending the first four weeks at No.

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Ravens news, notes and opinions on the hit that hurt Steve Smith Sr., Timmy Jernigan and more

The NFL reviews every play from every game for officiating and potential discipline purposes, so they’ll surely take another look at Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons’ sideline hit on Steve Smith Sr. last Thursday, which left the Ravens wide receiver with microfractures in his back and ribs area.

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