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  • NFL power rankings: Packers the top team entering Week 1

    NFL power rankings: Packers the top team entering Week 1
    In early August, when I released my monthly power rankings at the start of the preseason, some of you said it was too early to gauge how the NFL's 32 teams stack up against each other. Too early for power rankings? Psssh. A little premature speculation...
  • Time to start answering bell

    Have the Eagles assembled the "Dream Team," or is this another fantasy football roster built to disappoint? That's just one of the pressing questions heading into this NFL season. A few of the others: Did the lockout truly favor those teams with an...
  • Harbaugh 'middle of the pack' among coaches, NFL.com says

    Harbaugh 'middle of the pack' among coaches, NFL.com says
    Ravens fans placated by the NFL’s decision to award the franchise with three prime-time games at M&T Bank Stadium may raise their hackles when they read an analysis piece on NFL.com. Gregg Rosenthal, the website’s Around the League editor,...
  • What they're saying about the Ravens

    Here's a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Ravens: Updated July 29 • ESPN.com's James Walker has three key questions for the Ravens to ponder during training camp, starting with the quarterback competition: Who will win the...
  • Eagles players laud Harbaugh

    At 45, John Harbaugh has labored half his life in obscurity as an assistant coach, in colleges and the pros. The other Harbaugh, they call him. Jim Harbaugh, his brother, is the head coach at Stanford University and a former NFL quarterback. John...
  • Jim Harbaugh: Ravens will take to new coach

    Jim Harbaugh: Ravens will take to new coach
    A few hours after the Ravens introduced John Harbaugh as head coach, Jim Harbaugh found himself rummaging through a closet in his home near the campus of Stanford University, where the latter Harbaugh wrapped up his first season as head coach. After a...
  • Exit Garrett, enter Harbaugh?

    When Jason Garrett didn't accept the Ravens' head coaching offer and left team headquarters yesterday, the Dallas offensive coordinator likely opened the door for Philadelphia Eagles secondary coach John Harbaugh, a league source said. While the Ravens...
  • Stadium full of memories at age 10

    It seemed a rare and perfect opportunity to take revenge on history. Twenty-three years after the Colts had abandoned Baltimore, they were on their way back for a playoff game. A 13-3 Ravens team lay in wait with the franchise's typical great defense...
  • Ogden by the numbers

    176 -- Regular-season games started by Ogden 81 -- Inches tall. He is tied with teammate Jared Gaither as the tallest players in the NFL. 75 -- His jersey number 16 -- Million dollars Ogden earned in the Ravens' Super Bowl season in 2000, when he was...
  • Key dates in Baltimore Ravens history

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  • Game 16: Ravens bid fond farewell

    In an emotional farewell yesterday, Ted Marchibroda finally became accountable, something he had always preached during his three-year tenure as Ravens coach.Barring a miraculous change of heart, Ravens owner Art Modell is expected to fire Marchibroda...
  • Game 1: Fresh start sours in hurry

    The new era of Ravens football looked painfully similar to the old one. Quarterback Scott Mitchell was as ineffective as Jim Harbaugh. The offensive line was inept, but yesterday there was no Wally Williams or Orlando Brown to blame. An inexperienced...