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  • Kemoeatu looks for second chance with Ravens

    Not too long ago, Ma'ake Kemoeatu had a knack for swallowing up opposing blockers and running backs with remarkable efficiency. But then the nose tackle was beset by injuries, sitting out two of the last three seasons. Kemoeatu, 33, is eager to revive...
  • Kelechi Osemele confident he could begin season as starting right tackle

    Kelechi Osemele confident he could begin season as starting right tackle
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh took the bold initiative of stating that rookie Kelechi Osemele could start at right tackle. The organization’s second-round pick in April's NFL draft didn’t disagree with that sentiment. “Right now, it’...
  • Ravens' news, notes and opinions after Week One of training camp

    Ravens' news, notes and opinions after Week One of training camp
    Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie is in town and will be at the Under Armour Performance Center today, but it’s still too early to assume that he will regain his starting left tackle spot. That is because the Ravens have to find out whether he&...
  • Harbaugh has positive meeting with McKinnie

    Harbaugh has positive meeting with McKinnie
    Ravens coach John Harbaugh had a productive meeting with Bryant McKinnie and said that the left tackle remains in the team's plans despite the fact that he isn't ready to practice. McKinnie arrived in Baltimore on Sunday after missing the Ravens' first...
  • Ravens training camp highlights: Monday's practice

    Ravens training camp highlights: Monday's practice
    TEMPERS FLARE: Monday's practice was easily the most heated of training camp, with a lot of chatter from players and coaches as the Ravens put full pads on for a second straight practice. Cornerback Cary Williams got into it with wide receiver Tandon...
  • Jack Cornell humbled by running with first offense at right tackle

    Jack Cornell humbled by running with first offense at right tackle
    Jack Cornell has gone from being undrafted to manning the right tackle position on the Ravens’ first offense. The rookie has been rotating with second-round pick Kelechi Osemele at that spot. Those days may be numbered if Bryant McKinnie passes the...
  • Ravens training camp highlights: Osemele stands his ground

    Ravens training camp highlights: Osemele stands his ground
    IN A HURRY:In a simulated scrimmage near the end of Thursday’s practice, starting quarterback Joe Flacco took the Ravens 80 yards on four plays. He hit tight end Ed Dickson up the seam for a nice gain then connected with wide receiver Torrey Smith...
  • Ravens welcome back Bryant McKinnie and Haloti Ngata

    Ravens welcome back Bryant McKinnie and Haloti Ngata
    For once, the Ravens got a bit of good news on the health front as left tackle Bryant McKinnie and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata practiced Friday for the first time at training camp. Both players were removed from the team’s physically-unable-to-...
  • Billy Cundiff: 'I feel like I've improved'

    Billy Cundiff: 'I feel like I've improved'
    Nearly seven months removed from his missed 32-yard field-goal attempt in the closing seconds of the AFC championship game, Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff is refreshed, healthy and, by his estimation, enjoying the best training camp of his NFL career,...
  • Taking stock of Ravens' depth chart

    Taking stock of Ravens' depth chart
    Nothing of true consequence has transpired yet at Ravens training camp, not even an actual preseason game -- the best litmus tests for who's worthy of inclusion on the roster. That doesn't mean impressions aren't being formed, though, as the Ravens are...
  • Young centers expected to see more playing time

    Young centers expected to see more playing time
    When the Ravens open the preseason Thursday night against the Atlanta Falcons, barring a sudden setback, fans can rest assured that they will see Joe Flacco under center. The identity of that center, however, is not as clear. Rookie Gino Gradkowski and...
  • R.Lewis and E.Reed among Ravens who won't play tonight

    R.Lewis and E.Reed among Ravens who won't play tonight
    Like coach John Harbaugh promised, several of the Ravens' veterans will not be playing in tonight's preseason opener at the Georgia Dome against the Atlanta Falcons. Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed will sit this one out. Veteran Brendon...