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  • Quick hits: Suggs proves he's worthy of player-of-the-year chatter

    Quick hits: Suggs proves he's worthy of player-of-the-year chatter
    The Ravens had a lead foot in the first half, pulling away from the winless Indianapolis Colts by scoring the first 17 points of Sunday’s game at M&T Bank Stadium. The game never in doubt, they coasted to a 24-10 win. Joe Flacco threw two...
  • Quiet Yanda lowers boom for Ravens

    Quiet Yanda lowers boom for Ravens
    If you really want to appreciate the violence of football when the Ravens take on the Indianapolis Colts at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday, take your eyes off Ray Rice and Joe Flacco for a second and focus on right guard Marshal Yanda. Watch him from the moment...
  • Some good news for the offensive line

    Some good news for the offensive line
    SAN DIEGO - The Chargers are hoping their unsettled offensive line becomes a little more settled Monday in Jacksonville. As the Chargers try to shake their six-game losing streak, they got some encouraging news from Thursday's practice. It wasn't all...
  • Chiefs release former Ravens tackle Jared Gaither

    The Kansas City Chiefs have released former Ravens offensive tackle Jared Gaither. The 6-foot-9 left tackle signed with the Chiefs this summer after he and the Ravens parted ways. He was active for 10 games this season, but was a backup to Chiefs...
  • 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...
  • Ravens offensive line erases doubts while learning new scheme

    Ravens offensive line erases doubts while learning new scheme
    As remarkable as the demolition of Pittsburgh's proud defense was, the Ravens' offensive success on opening day was noteworthy for another reason: It marked the debut of their new zone blocking scheme. What had the potential to be a major issue early for...
  • New-look Ravens offense may need time to unlock potential

    New-look Ravens offense may need time to unlock potential
    When Joe Flacco breaks the huddle Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, only two players — guards Marshal Yanda and Ben Grubbs — will have more tenure in the Ravens' offense than the fourth-year quarterback. Sweeping changes have taken...
  • Oher welcomes move back to right side if it's best for Ravens

    Oher welcomes move back to right side if it's best for Ravens
    In the rough-and-tumble world of the NFL, the difference between playing the left and right tackle positions on the offensive line is usually millions of dollars and a certain amount of prestige. But for the Ravens' Michael Oher, ceding the left tackle...
  • Ravens sign talented but troubled lineman McKinnie

    Ravens sign talented but troubled lineman McKinnie
    The Ravens took their biggest gamble of free agency when they reached an agreement with talented but troubled offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie on Tuesday. An eight-year starter for the Minnesota Vikings, McKinnie agreed to a two-year contract with a...
  • Bryant McKinnie is literally a huge risk for the Ravens

    Bryant McKinnie is literally a huge risk for the Ravens
    The Ravens made a risky move to bolster their offensive lineĀ  Tuesday, signing offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie to a two-year deal. The 6-foot-8, 350-plus-pound lineman was technically a Pro Bowl player for the Vikings in 2009 even though he didn't bother...
  • Which ex-Raven will have the biggest impact in Kansas City?

    Which ex-Raven will have the biggest impact in Kansas City?
    If it weren't meaningless in terms of wins and losses, Friday night's preseason affair with the Chiefs would have an interesting storyline as three former Ravens return to Baltimore. The final score doesn't matter, though, so Le'Ron McClain, Jared Gaither...
  • Ravens fans get a chance to welcome new, old faces

    Ravens fans get a chance to welcome new, old faces
    On a night when three former Ravens return to M&T Bank Stadium, the spotlight will fall on four new starters making their home debut for the team. Wide receiver Lee Evans brings the promise of big plays. All-Pro fullback Vonta Leach and safety Bernard...