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  • Lewis acknowledged that he was fined by the league

    Lewis acknowledged that he was fined by the league
    Middle linebacker Ray Lewis said that he was fined by the NFL for a hit in the Ravens’ 23-20 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday. Lewis made helmet-to-helmet contact while tackling Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward in the second quarter....
  • Ravens notes: Lewis to appeal fine for hit on Steelers' Ward

    Ravens notes: Lewis to appeal fine for hit on Steelers' Ward
    Ray Lewis' hit on Hines Ward on Sunday was costly not only to the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, but to the Ravens linebacker as well. Lewis was fined $20,000 after he made helmet-to-helmet contact while tackling Ward during the second quarter of the...
  • Reed, Ngata latest Ravens to bow out of this weekend's Pro Bowl

    Reed, Ngata latest Ravens to bow out of this weekend's Pro Bowl
    The Ravens' contingent at Sunday's Pro Bowl game in Honolulu, Hawaii keeps shrinking by the day. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and safety Ed Reed have become the latest Ravens to pull out of the game, leaving them with four representatives instead of the...
  • Browns waiting for McCoy to return

    Browns waiting for McCoy to return
    Colt McCoy did not play last Sunday due to post-concussion symptoms, and the Cleveland Browns are waiting for an update on their starting quarterback about his availability for Saturday's game against the Ravens. “First, we’ve got to get...
  • Browns 'more than likely' to start Seneca Wallace at QB

    Browns 'more than likely' to start Seneca Wallace at QB
    Seneca Wallace will "more than likely" be the starting quarterback again for Browns in Baltimore. Twelve days after the Browns lost in Pittsburgh, 14-3, the effects of that game are still reverberating -- in Cleveland and Pittsburgh, in the AFC North and...
  • Ravens preparing to face Seneca Wallace Saturday

    Ravens preparing to face Seneca Wallace Saturday
    What little mystery surrounding the identity of the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns in Saturday’s AFC North clash with the Ravens seemed to be cleared Tuesday when coach Pat Shurmur indicated to the Cleveland media that Seneca Wallace,...
  • What gift would you give a sports figure?

    Recovery for Manning David Teel Daily Press Peyton Manning has everything an NFL quarterback could want: a Super Bowl ring, Hall of Fame credentials and hilarious commercials to show his grandkids. So what should Santa bring Manning? A full...
  • Marshal Yanda and the brutal, beautiful, violent game of football

    Marshal Yanda and the brutal, beautiful, violent game of football
    We've spent a lot of time this year talking about how the NFL seems to be trying to tone down the brutality in football. For the most part, their efforts seem less sincere and more like public relations, because the rules -- which Roger Goodell appears to...
  • Scouting the Ravens' three potential playoff opponents

    Scouting the Ravens' three potential playoff opponents
    Jarret Johnson is "a little sick of football" right now — at least when it comes to watching on TV. With the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl and Beef O'Brady's Bowl and the TicketCity Bowl dominating the TV in recent weeks, the Ravens linebacker can't...
  • Eagles pounce on Asomugha

    Free agency officially opened Friday, and the Eagles wasted no time making an enormous splash by signing cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. The five-year deal with the former Raider is worth a reported $60 million, including $25 million guaranteed. Asomugha,...
  • Game 3: Ravens stumble in third, fall in OT

    Game 3: Ravens stumble in third, fall in OT
    The Ravens watched their AFC North lead slip away, much like their 10-point lead did in a demoralizing second half. In a game that was under their control, the Ravens unraveled in key moments at Heinz Field, falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 23-20,...
  • Ravens' painful season ends with smile

    Ravens' painful season ends with smile
    As the Ravens closed out one of the most disastrous seasons in team history, even their final celebration might have been in vain. By outlasting the uninspired Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-21, the Ravens traded their first win in 76 days for sliding down in...