Greg Camarillo

Ravens focused on bettering playoff chances, not avoiding the ignominy of a loss to winless Browns

Ravens focused on bettering playoff chances, not avoiding the ignominy of a loss to winless Browns

The game was exactly 10 years ago from this Saturday, and yet Terrell Suggs, one of three current Ravens who played in it, remembers it vividly. He recalls the exact coverage the Ravens were in when lightly regarded quarterback Cleo Lemon hit wide receiver Greg Camarillo for a 64-yard touchdown pass in overtime to give the 2007 Miami Dolphins their first win in 14 tries.

“Ed Reed jumped Cover-2 [defense],” Suggs said after the Ravens’ practice Wednesday. “We called a play. Ed Reed, nine out of 10 times, he’s right. He was just wrong on that one. A [64-yard] slant to the crib. But, hey, that’s history, that’s past. We’re looking forward to playing some football.”

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