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  • Mike Preston's report card: Ravens vs. Steelers

    Mike Preston's report card: Ravens vs. Steelers
    Quarterback Joe Flacco had two turnovers that led to 10 Pittsburgh points, and his decision-making was slow and poor. He missed several open receivers, and a third-year quarterback shouldn't be taking sacks when he is out of the pocket. That's...
  • Mike Preston's final Ravens report card

    Mike Preston's final Ravens report card
    During the season Ravens columnist Mike Preston graded the Ravens' progress after each game. Today, Preston offers his final grades for the season by position, including the coaching staff. Quarterback: Joe Flacco continued to improve on the field...
  • Mike Preston answers fans' questions in his weekly Q&A

    Mike Preston answers fans' questions in his weekly Q&A
    As he does each week after a Ravens game, Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston fields your fan questions about the team. Eric in Jacksonville: Mike, this question sums it all up for Ravens fans: What the hell? Mike Preston: I feel your pain, my brother....
  • 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...
  • Cody now handling his share of the load alongside Ngata

    Cody now handling his share of the load alongside Ngata
    Watching video, Terrence Cody's eyes gloss over the other members of the Ravens' defense until he homes in on a familiar figure. Kelly Gregg usually isn't hard to find. He's the short and squatty guy in the middle of everything, constantly keeping his...
  • Each Ravens player prepares for the first whistle his own way

    Each Ravens player prepares for the first whistle his own way
    It's Sunday morning, not quite 8. Sunlight is peeking through the blinds in the Hyatt Regency Hotel room on Light Street where offensive lineman Marshal Yanda stays before every Ravens home game. His eyes are open. He might try to fall back to sleep,...
  • Ravens Q&A with defensive line coach Clarence Brooks

    Ravens Q&A with defensive line coach Clarence Brooks
    Each week, we bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player, coach or team executive to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is defensive line coach Clarence Brooks. What is the measure of success for the defensive line? I think as a...
  • Ravens hit hard by new salary cap, cut four popular veterans

    Ravens hit hard by new salary cap, cut four popular veterans
    The city of Baltimore received a sobering reminder about the business side of professional football Monday when veterans Derrick Mason, Todd Heap, Willis McGahee and Kelly Gregg were informed by the Ravens that the team has decided to release them from...
  • Coffee Companion -- 7/26: Four Ravens cut, Todd Heap tribute

    Coffee Companion -- 7/26: Four Ravens cut, Todd Heap tribute
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.  Running it back: The...
  • Your turn: Which cut will be the deepest for the Ravens, fans?

    Shortly after Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith shook hands and the NFL lockout ended, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome issued a statement. "We will be making a number of roster moves in the next 48 hours that will free up salary cap space," he said....
  • Ravens cuts make it clear: Football is a business

    Ravens cuts make it clear: Football is a business
    The ink was barely dry on the new agreement between National Football League owners and players when word came out of Ravens headquarters that the team was releasing four popular players, including their two top receivers. Already the day the deed was...
  • Saying goodbye will be easier if Ravens made the right moves

    Saying goodbye will be easier if Ravens made the right moves
    On Tuesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh confirmed that the Ravens were releasing four veteran leaders who had contributed more than 1,000 catches, 100 touchdowns and 500 tackles combined to the franchise. But just because certain players sit atop...