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  • Ravens in good position at quarter mark, but still room to improve

    Ravens in good position at quarter mark, but still room to improve
    Right guard Marshal Yanda moved to the middle of the huddle early in training camp and broke practice by delivering a message that served as the Ravens' rallying cry during a brutal season-opening, four-game stretch. Yanda, who doesn't say a whole lot...
  • Offense tops to-do list for Towson

    After a 7-8 campaign that ended with five consecutive losses, there are several areas that Towson must address in the offseason. And one of those deficiencies involves the offense. That unit finished the season scoring 8.3 goals per game. But after...
  • Ravens expect 'greatness' from Jimmy Smith

    Ravens expect 'greatness' from Jimmy Smith
    Jimmy Smith was standing less than 10 yards away and listening to his head coach field questions from reporters. So when John Harbaugh was asked about the Ravens' second-year cornerback, he flashed a quick smile toward Smith and then answered in a...
  • Draft could help Ravens fill gaps on offensive line

    Draft could help Ravens fill gaps on offensive line
    The Pro Bowl guard is gone. The bookend tackles aren't great. So how does a center become the player most linked to the Ravens' first-round pick? For Peter Konz, at least, it's by offering a quick fix and a long-term answer. With left guard Ben Grubbs...
  • Injury cut short practice for Jimmy Smith

    Injury cut short practice for Jimmy Smith
    Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith did not finish practice Thursday at the team’s training facility in Owings Mills. During a full-team exercise, quarterback Joe Flacco threw a pass to rookie wide receiver Deonte Thompson, who ran an in route from the...
  • Injured shoulder could keep Dickson out couple of weeks

    Injured shoulder could keep Dickson out couple of weeks
    ATLANTA -- Tight end Ed Dickson salvaged an otherwise disappointing night for the Ravens' first-team offense by going up high and snatching a Joe Flacco pass for a 9-yard touchdown early in the second quarter of the preseason opener Thursday. But on a...
  • Wrapping up the Ravens' 31-17 preseason win

    Wrapping up the Ravens' 31-17 preseason win
    We’ll have analysis and reaction from the Ravens’ 31-17 preseason-opening victory last night over the Atlanta Falcons throughout the day. But first, here are some quick hits from the game, starting with the injury report. The two biggest...
  • Suggs' Achilles injury could be devastating twist for Ravens

    Suggs' Achilles injury could be devastating twist for Ravens
    If there was ever an injury that could sorely test the Ravens' stoic "Next Man Up" philosophy, reigning Defensive Player of the Year Terrell Suggs may have suffered it when he damaged his Achilles tendon over the weekend -- reportedly in a pickup...
  • Some Ravens players return to practice, others sit out

    Some Ravens players return to practice, others sit out
    The Ravens, who endured injuries to several players in their 31-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons in their preseason opener, welcomed back a wave of reinforcements during Saturday's practice. Center Matt Birk, cornerback Jimmy Smith and defensive tackle...
  • Senior basketball is serious business

    Senior basketball is serious business
    They have survived badly sprained ankles and torn knee ligaments, mild concussions and more than their share of poor shooting days. Ralph Piersanti, one of the oldest in a group, has had two heart attacks. But they keep playing a game that used to be...
  • Softball playoffs: Dulaney defeats Westminster

    Softball playoffs: Dulaney defeats Westminster
    Dulaney High rode its pitching, defense and speed to a nail-biting 4-3 victory over visiting Westminster in the first round of the Class 4A North Region playoffs on Thursday. The victory advanced the Lions to the second round at Perry Hall on Monday, May...
  • Ravens: Looking at five questions during OTAs

    Ravens: Looking at five questions during OTAs
    From contract negotiations with quarterback Joe Flacco and running back Ray Rice to a potentially season-ending Achilles injury to star linebacker Terrell Suggs to coach John Harbaugh’s comments on the New England Patriots to mercurial safety Ed...