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  • Evans may choose rest on Sunday despite desire to play

    Evans may choose rest on Sunday despite desire to play
    Caught between the need to rest his ailing left ankle and his desire to play, Ravens wide-out Lee Evans may err on the side of caution Sunday in St. Louis. Sitting out to allow the injury to heal is an option that Evans and the Ravens may find more...
  • Ngata's deal pleases teammates; Rice, Flacco next

    Ngata's deal pleases teammates; Rice, Flacco next
    Haloti Ngata, the mammoth All-Pro defensive tackle who draws extra attention every Sunday, found himself attracting similar treatment today in the Ravens locker room a day after signing a five-year, $61 million deal. "Nobody asked me for a loan. They...
  • Mark LeVoir adjusting to left guard

    Mark LeVoir adjusting to left guard
    With usual starter Ben Grubbs hobbled by a toe injury, Mark LeVoir is poised to make his second consecutive start at left guard when the Ravens visit the St. Louis Rams Sunday. It’s development that has required a certain degree of flexibility from...
  • Ravens' Wednesday injury report

    Ravens' Wednesday injury report
    Five Ravens starters did not practice Wednesday. They are: wide receiver Lee Evans (left ankle), center Matt Birk (left knee), left guard Ben Grubbs (toe), defensive end Cory Redding (toe) and nose tackle Terrence Cody (concussion). Wide receiver/kick...
  • Ravens' Thursday injury report

    Ravens' Thursday injury report
    Defensive end Cory Redding (toe) and nose tackle Terrence Cody (concussion) returned to practice Thursday, and both starters were limited. Redding and Cody, who had sat out Wednesday’s session, could be available for Sunday’s road game against...
  • Gurode calls move to left guard 'challenging'

    Gurode calls move to left guard 'challenging'
    Andre Gurode, a five-time Pro Bowler at center who started at right guard in 2003 and 2004 with the Dallas Cowboys, compared making the switch to left guard to asking a right-handed person to write with his left hand. “I’ve played guard...
  • Friday's practice opens without Grubbs and Evans

    Friday's practice opens without Grubbs and Evans
    The Ravens opened their final practice of the week on Friday in preparation for Sunday’s road contest against the St. Louis Rams, and starting left guard Ben Grubbs and starting wide receiver Lee Evans did not participate. Grubbs did not practice...
  • Grubbs hasn't practiced but hasn't been ruled out

    Grubbs hasn't practiced but hasn't been ruled out
    An MRI taken Thursday on Ben Grubbs’ right toe revealed no new concerns, and the guard hasn’t been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams.  “Everything looked good in there,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said....
  • Grubbs to be game-time decision

    Grubbs to be game-time decision
    For the second week in a row, starting left guard Ben Grubbs will be a game-time decision due to strained ligaments in his toe. “It’s still sore,” he said after Friday’s practice. “It’s still a day-to-day thing....
  • Ravens rule out Evans for Sunday

    Ravens rule out Evans for Sunday
    Despite Lee Evans’ insistence that the wide receiver could start, the Ravens have ruled him out for Sunday’s road contest against the St. Louis Rams. A left ankle injury that has troubled him since the preseason prevented Evans from...
  • Ravens have prepared for Rams' no-huddle offense

    Ravens have prepared for Rams' no-huddle offense
    Furor over the New York Giants' questionable tactic of faking injuries notwithstanding, the Ravens are concentrating their defensive efforts on neutralizing the St. Louis Rams' no-huddle offense. "It's going to be interesting," seven-time Pro Bowl free...
  • Ravens vs. Rams: 3 things that need to go right, 3 that could go wrong

    Ravens vs. Rams: 3 things that need to go right, 3 that could go wrong
    Three things that NEED to go RIGHT … 1. Joe Flacco gets everyone involved. The Ravens desperately need to establish a downfield threat as wide receivers have caught just nine balls in two weeks. 2. The defense turns up the heat on Sam Bradford....