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  • Injury report: Ravens vs. Jets

    Injury report: Ravens vs. Jets
    Cornerback Chris Carr missed practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Jets with a thigh injury. Carr had not been on the injury list previously this week. He missed the Ravens’ Week 2 game in Tennessee...
  • Carr, Grubbs won't play vs. Jets

    Carr, Grubbs won't play vs. Jets
    The Ravens will be shorthanded at cornerback against the New York Jets Sunday night  after deactivating Chris Carr. Carr’s ailing left hamstring flared up again, sidelining him for Friday’s practice after he had fully participated in...
  • McKnight sets new mark for longest play against Ravens

    McKnight sets new mark for longest play against Ravens
    Prior to Sunday, the Ravens had been one of 17 teams that had yet to surrender a return for a touchdown. That changed Sunday night when New York Jets running back Joe McKnight returned a kickoff 107 yards just 3 minutes, 17 seconds into the first quarter...
  • Missing third straight game "disappointing" to Grubbs

    Missing third straight game "disappointing" to Grubbs
    For the third consecutive game, Ben Grubbs was unable to play, and the starting left guard was unhappy that his toe injury sidelined him for the Ravens’ 34-17 rout of the New York Jets Sunday night. “Yeah, very disappointing,” Grubbs...
  • Early results show Ravens' defense could be special

    Early results show Ravens' defense could be special
    After watching his New York Jets' offense get steam rolled in a 34-17 loss Sunday night, Rex Ryan paid the Ravens' defense the ultimate compliment, saying the group reminded him of the 2000 and 2006 units that he helped coach. The Ravens' 2000 defense...
  • Grubbs' return might not mean the bench for Gurode

    Grubbs' return might not mean the bench for Gurode
    If the bye week proves beneficial for the strained ligaments in the toe on Ben Grubbs’ right foot, the expectation is that Grubbs will resume his role as the starting left guard when the Houston Texans visit the Ravens on Oct. 16. That would seem...
  • Ravens Q&A: Andre Gurode

    Ravens Q&A: Andre Gurode
    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 center/left guard Andre Gurode. You have made the switch from center to left guard while Ben Grubbs recovers from...
  • NFL power rankings: Who is ahead of the Ravens?

    NFL power rankings: Who is ahead of the Ravens?
    A month into the 2011 season, the 3-1 Ravens have established themselves as one of the early favorites to play in the Super Bowl in February. They manhandled the two teams that played in last season’s AFC championship -- the Pittsburgh Steelers...
  • Ravens hope to emerge from bye week healthy

    Ravens hope to emerge from bye week healthy
    At 3-1 and atop the AFC North, the Ravens are enjoying their view on the rest of the NFL landscape. But the team's continued residency there could depend on the rehabilitation and recovery of eight players from injuries. Wide receivers Lee Evans (left...
  • Worst 5 post-bye week performances

    Worst 5 post-bye week performances
    Oct. 7, 2007 The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers, but the 9-7 score foretold an ominous ending. The offense’s only scoring punch came from kicker Matt Stover. The team lost center Mike Flynn (right knee) and left tackle Adam Terry (left...
  • Projecting the rest of the Ravens' season

    Projecting the rest of the Ravens' season
    We've reached the quarter pole of the NFL season, and it's probably fair to say we still don't quite know what to make of this Ravens team. They've pounded two of their rivals (the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets), they've laid an egg against a...
  • Harbaugh wants to keep Texans in dark about injuries

    Harbaugh wants to keep Texans in dark about injuries
    The Ravens were hoping that all of their injured players would return after the bye week ready to play. That clearly won't be the case, though coach John Harbaugh would much prefer that remains a mystery to Sunday's opponent, the Houston Texans. Harbaugh...