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  • Ravens running back Ray Rice, his legacy and football mortality

    Ravens running back Ray Rice, his legacy and football mortality
    So Ray Rice says he will consider retirement when he turns 30 years old. Can you really blame the guy?
  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston
    Each week, Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston will answer questions from readers about the Ravens. You can submit questions during every game to sports@baltimoresun.com. Here are this week's questions and answers: Why in the world did the Ravens...

    Tavon Austin had huge game in Rams' upset over Colts

    Tavon Austin had huge game in Rams' upset over Colts
    Quiet for much of his rookie season, former Dunbar star Tavon Austin got the NFL talking with his epic breakthrough performance Sunday during the St. Louis Rams' upset victory over the Indianapolis Colts. The rookie wide receiver piled up 314 all-...

    Dueling running backs Rice and Foster share a mutual admiration

    Dueling running backs Rice and Foster share a mutual admiration
    Whenever Ravens running back Ray Rice carries the football or catches passes Sunday, Arian Foster intends to keep a close watch. And it's not because the Houston Texans' star is required to observe his counterpart when he's on the sideline at Reliant...

    Meet the Ravens' most fashionable fan: Wes Henson, 'Captain Dee-Fense'

    Meet the Ravens' most fashionable fan: Wes Henson, 'Captain Dee-Fense'
    When the NFL and Nike assembled the 32 most stylish fans of pro football, we probably should have guessed Baltimore -- with some of the most passionate fans around -- would stand out. But maybe not this much. Nike and the NFL chose Wes Henson of Waldorf...