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  • Figuring out a contract for Joe Flacco will be difficult

    Figuring out a contract for Joe Flacco will be difficult
    A little over 10 months ago, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti provided a timetable for negotiations with quarterback Joe Flacco on a long-term contract extension. "I would anticipate an extension that starts in 2012," Bisciotti told The Baltimore Sun. "Our...
  • State of the Ravens review: Rice will return

    State of the Ravens review: Rice will return
    The Ravens held their annual season-ending “State of the Ravens” press conference Wednesday at the team’s practice facility in Owings Mills, with owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manger and executive vice president...
  • Ravens focused on extensions for Rice, Flacco; Grubbs' status unclear

    Ravens focused on extensions for Rice, Flacco; Grubbs' status unclear
    Owner Steve Bisciotti made one thing clear at the annual State of the Ravens address Wednesday: The face of the Ravens' offense will not change this offseason. "Ray [Rice] and Joe Flacco will be part of this football team next year, guaranteed,"...
  • "State of Ravens" address produces no surprises but spurs some obvious conclusions

    "State of Ravens" address produces no surprises but spurs some obvious conclusions
    By now, we’ve all had some time to digest the annual “State of the Ravens” address. It was interesting and somewhat informative, yet I gather that nothing said by Owner Steve Bisciotti or General Manager Ozzie Newsome was truly...
  • With these three tweaks, Ravens' offense could be humming

    With these three tweaks, Ravens' offense could be humming
    This is the first installment of a three-part series in which Baltimore Sun staff writer Matt Vensel examines all three phases of the Ravens and how those areas can be improved this offseason. He will tackle the Ravens defense in Friday's newspaper and...
  • Gurode most likely replacement for Yanda

    Gurode most likely replacement for Yanda
    If the bruised ribs and thigh that Marshal Yanda suffered in the Ravens’ 20-14 victory over the Cleveland Browns are too problematic for Yanda to overcome, Andre Gurode figures to be the first in line to start at right guard in Sunday’s road...
  • Seven Ravens selected to next month's Pro Bowl

    Seven Ravens selected to next month's Pro Bowl
    The Ravens, who enter Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals as the No. 2 seed in the AFC, could be well-represented next month in the Pro Bowl with seven players being selected Tuesday for the game, including six as starters....
  • Scooting from center to guard tougher than it may look

    Scooting from center to guard tougher than it may look
    In his own words, Matt Birk "can only imagine" what Andre Gurode must be going through. Gurode, a five-time Pro Bowler at center between 2006 and 2010 when he was a member of the Dallas Cowboys, is preparing to possibly start at right guard for the...
  • Bengals' Atkins has Ravens' attention

    Bengals' Atkins has Ravens' attention
    The sack leaders in the NFL and on most teams are either defensive ends or outside linebackers. But the Cincinnati Bengals’ leader is defensive tackle Geno Atkins. Atkins may have just eight sacks, but the second-year player won’t be...
  • Instant analysis: Ravens beat Bengals to bring playoff football back to Baltimore

    Instant analysis: Ravens beat Bengals to bring playoff football back to Baltimore
    Matt Vensel, Sports Blitz: With the Ravens on the ropes, the team's two MVPs, Terrell Suggs and Ray Rice, sealed the AFC North championship with a pair of key plays late in the fourth quarter. Now with two weeks to rest, the Ravens are going to be a tough...
  • Keeping DeCosta could be getting increasingly difficult

    Keeping DeCosta could be getting increasingly difficult
    Ravens director of player personnel Eric DeCosta is viewed as the heir apparent to general manager and executive vice president Ozzie Newsome, but it could be getting harder and harder for the team to retain him. According to reports, the St. Louis...
  • Three teams request permission to interview Ravens' DeCosta

    Three teams request permission to interview Ravens' DeCosta
    The Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams and and one other team have contacted the Ravens and received permission to interview Director of Player Personnel Eric DeCosta for their general manager opening, a league source said. The Chicago Tribune...