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  • New defensive coordinator Dean Pees says Ravens can overcome injury to Terrell Suggs

    New defensive coordinator Dean Pees says Ravens can overcome injury to Terrell Suggs
    Dean Pees has been through this before. He was the linebackers coach for the New England Patriots when he learned that Tedy Bruschi, a Pro Bowl middle linebacker and one of the team's emotional leaders, had a stroke, putting both his 2005 season and...
  • Courtney Upshaw sheds pounds, gains experience

    Courtney Upshaw sheds pounds, gains experience
    Every day that Courtney Upshaw walks into the Ravens’ practice facility in Owings Mills, he steps on a scale. The six or seven pounds shed since the Ravens selected him in the second round of the NFL draft is proof of the hard work the outside...
  • Game 9: Ravens suffer stunning letdown in Seattle

    Game 9: Ravens suffer stunning letdown in Seattle
    They said that they had learned their lesson, and the letdowns that occurred in Nashville and Jacksonville wouldn't happen again. Then over 60 minutes, the Ravens did everything possible to lose a football game. They fumbled kickoffs, missed field goals,...
  • Step into the rivalry: Ravens vs. Steelers

    Step into the rivalry: Ravens vs. Steelers
    After years of watching the Ravens and the Steelers play a series of violent, important, memorable football games, it's not hard to make the case that this AFC North clash is the best rivalry in sports. Even though it hasn't been around for as long some...
  • Quick hits: The Ravens suffer another road letdown

    Quick hits: The Ravens suffer another road letdown
    Oops, they did it again. In a 22-17 loss to Tarvaris Jackson and the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday evening, the Ravens beat themselves in all three phases in another head-scratching road letdown against a lesser team. This is now officially a trend, one that...
  • Defense can't stop Seahawks one final time

    Defense can't stop Seahawks one final time
    After pulling off one Houdini-like act after another and limiting the Seattle Seahawks to field goals despite their advantageous field position, the Ravens defense needed to force the Seahawks to punt one more time and give the ball back to the Ravens'...
  • Five Things We Learned in the Ravens 22-17 loss to the Seahawks

    Five Things We Learned in the Ravens 22-17 loss to the Seahawks
    1. When the Ravens lose games like this, John Harbaugh often refers to the team's performance as a "lack of execution." With all due respect, that's coach-speak, and it doesn't really mean a whole lot. It's an explanation that's purposefully vague. When a...
  • New-look Bengals look to continue giving Ravens fits

    New-look Bengals look to continue giving Ravens fits
    For seven years, Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco tormented the Ravens together. Palmer, a two-time Pro Bowl quarterback, compiled a 9-4 record against the Ravens. Only once, in 2008, did the Ravens sweep the season series against the Cincinnati...
  • Lewis makes second straight appearance at practice (updated)

    Lewis makes second straight appearance at practice (updated)
    Inside linebacker Ray Lewis was present at Tuesday’s practice, marking the second straight day the 12-time Pro Bowler was there. Lewis, who saw his streak of 57 consecutive starts end on Sunday because of an injury to a toe on his right foot, was...
  • Ellerbe put in tough spot as fill-in for Lewis

    Ellerbe put in tough spot as fill-in for Lewis
    It wasn't the first time Dannell Ellerbe has trotted onto the field as a starter for the Ravens. But when the inside linebacker scanned the field in the first series of Sunday's 31-24 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, it was almost surreal for Ellerbe...
  • Johnson defines tenacity for Ravens

    Johnson defines tenacity for Ravens
    When the Ravens drafted Jarret Johnson in the fourth round in 2003, there were some questions about his longevity in the NFL. After all, he was considered too small to play the defensive tackle position he played at the University of Alabama and too big...
  • By stopping Frank Gore, Ravens were able to unload on Alex Smith

    By stopping Frank Gore, Ravens were able to unload on Alex Smith
    Frank Gore motored to his right before running into a road block. He slammed on the brakes and took a detour to his left, leaving one Ravens defender in his dust before defensive end Cory Redding spun him down in the backfield for a one-yard loss....