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  • Ngata, Grubbs back at practice

    Ngata, Grubbs back at practice
    A pair of starters in defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and left guard Ben Grubbs returned to practice Thursday. Ngata and Grubbs had sat out Wednesday’s session due to back and toe injuries, respectively. Inside linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback...
  • Lewis, Ngata, Grubbs limited at practice Thursday

    Lewis, Ngata, Grubbs limited at practice Thursday
    A trio of Ravens starters in inside linebacker Ray Lewis, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and left guard Ben Grubbs practiced on a limited basis Thursday. Ngata and Grubbs had sat out Wednesday’s session because of back and toe injuries,...
  • Jimmy Smith living up to expectations on the field — but not off it

    Jimmy Smith living up to expectations on the field — but not off it
    Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith strolled into the locker room this week looking like a man without a concern in the world, right up until the second he realized a reporter was standing in front of his locker, notebook in hand. Smith leaned his head back,...
  • Lewis fared well in return

    Lewis fared well in return
    Ray Lewis’ first game since suffering a turf toe injury on his right foot played out in typical fashion with the 12-time Pro Bowl inside linebacker leading the Ravens in tackles in Sunday night’s 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers. After...
  • Rice doesn't practice; Grubbs returns

    Rice doesn't practice; Grubbs returns
    Left guard Ben Grubbs returned to practice Thursday, but running back Ray Rice was missing from the portion open to the media. Rice practiced Wednesday and did not mention an ailment. So the guess here is that the two-time Pro Bowl selection is getting a...
  • Ravens on the mend

    Ravens on the mend
    The benefits of the playoff bye weekend were obvious to John Harbaugh. The Ravens coach said players nursing various injuries and ailments appear much improved after getting the opportunity to rest for three consecutive days over the weekend. “...
  • Ravens expect all starters to be healthy for Texans game

    The benefits of the playoff bye weekend were obvious to John Harbaugh. The Ravens coach said players nursing various injuries and ailments appear much improved after getting the opportunity to rest for three consecutive days over the weekend. "From an...
  • Ravens Q&A: Grubbs on turf toe, his future, expensive watches

    Ravens Q&A: Grubbs on turf toe, his future, expensive watches
    Each week, we bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player, coach or team executive to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is left guard Ben Grubbs. When you missed six games because of your turf toe injury, the offense averaged 96.5...
  • Jonathan Ogden might sit out with toe injury

    Jonathan Ogden might sit out with toe injury
    The Ravens, currently third in a three-team race for the AFC's two first-round byes, might be forced to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday without one of the game's best offensive tackles. Left tackle Jonathan Ogden, who earned his 10th...
  • Jonathan Ogden says he might retire

    Jonathan Ogden says he might retire
    When Jonathan Ogden hobbled out of the Ravens' locker room yesterday, it might have been for the last time. The 10-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle said there is a "possibility" he might retire and end his career after 11 seasons. "I'll take a week to...
  • Nothing left to prove, Ogden should retire

    Nothing left to prove, Ogden should retire
    Ravens Pro Bowl left offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden should retire. It's not that Ogden can't play at a high level anymore. In fact, he could play three or four more seasons and still be one of the best in the NFL. The problem is that Ogden is a...
  • Game 4: Ravens catch spirit, bombs

    The Ravens displayed more desire and passion in one game yesterday than they did in the previous three seasons. First, running back Errict Rhett talked trash and accidentally screamed into the official's microphone on the field that he was "running...