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Mike Preston: Ravens need to beat Jaguars, and other dispatches from London

It’s too early in the season to label the Ravens’ game here Sunday against Jacksonville as “must-win,” but they need the victory.

If, as expected, the Ravens beat the Jaguars, they would improve to 3-0 with a home game against the Steelers next Sunday. They then travel to Oakland to face the Raiders the following week.

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Ravens defense targeting Jaguars running game to get to Blake Bortles in London

Slowing Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette is priority No. 1 for the Ravens as the rookie ranks sixth in the NFL with 140 rushing yards. But it may also be part of the defense’s plan to force quarterback Blake Bortles to carry the offense.

Here is what cornerback Brandon Carr had to say when asked about Bortles.

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Ravens suddenly thin at inside linebacker after loss of rookie Bam Bradley

The torn ACL in Bam Bradley’s left knee that has sidelined the Ravens rookie for the remainder of the season has had a two-pronged impact as he was a contributor on defense and special teams. But the undrafted free agent’s absence may be especially significant for the former.

The team is now down to three healthy inside linebackers in starters C.J. Mosley and Kamalei Correa and backup Patrick Onwuasor.

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Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams won't play Sunday in London; running back Terrance West returns to practice

The Ravens hit the practice field at the London Irish Training Ground at about 2 p.m. London time and running back Terrance West was on the field with the rest of his teammates.

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How to watch Ravens vs. Jaguars on TV or online

There are more ways than ever to watch the Ravens’ game Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London, and for some fans, that still might be a problem.

The 9:30 a.m. game will be broadcast locally in Jacksonville and on WJZ-TV (Ch.

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In preparing for Sunday's game in London, several Ravens have experience on their side

While many Ravens will be making their first trip to London for Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, it’s the second visit for Eric Weddle — and it’s something the strong safety has been anticipating.

“I’ve been wanting to go back since ’08 just to see it again and enjoy it a little bit better,” he said after Wednesday’s practice in Owings Mills. “So it’s going to be cool.

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