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  • Familiar territory for Ravens' Kemoeatu

    Familiar territory for Ravens' Kemoeatu
    Behind the strength of a solid preseason and dropping roughly 80 pounds from several months ago when he was tipping the scales at 415 pounds, Ma'ake Kemoeatu has reclaimed his old job on the Ravens' defense as a starting nose guard. Kemoeatu started...
  • Film Study: A look back at the Ravens win vs. the Bengals

    Film Study: A look back at the Ravens win vs. the Bengals
    Each week, Baltimore Sun reporters Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel will look back at the previous game of the Ravens and their next opponent. The Ravens will play the Eagles at 1 p.m. on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. Ravens 44, Bengals 13 Strategy:...
  • Q&A with Eagles guard Evan Mathis

    Q&A with Eagles guard Evan Mathis
    Before veteran offensive guard Evan Mathis signed a five-year, $25.5 million contract in March that included a $5 million signing bonus to remain with the Philadelphia Eagles, he visited the Baltimore Ravens. The former Alabama standout met with...
  • Ravens' Bryan Hall: 'The grind doesn't stop'

    Ravens' Bryan Hall: 'The grind doesn't stop'
    When defensive lineman Bryan Hall learned that he had made the Ravens' 53-man roster, he didn't celebrate. "It felt good, and it's a true blessing," Hall said. "It shows that hard work does pay off." However, Hall didn't relax because now he's set a new...
  • Ravens defensive woes are amplified against the Eagles

    Ravens defensive woes are amplified against the Eagles
    —The Ravens defense had a chance to silence the critics who questioned its performance against the run in last Monday's victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Instead, the unit may provided more ammunition. Quarterback Michael Vick amassed 371...
  • Film Study: Ravens had an identity crisis against the Eagles

    Film Study: Ravens had an identity crisis against the Eagles
    Each week, Baltimore Sun reporters Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel will look back at the Ravens’ previous game and that of their next opponent. Here's a look at the Ravens' 24-23 loss to the Eagles. (For a look at the Patriots' game against Arizona,...
  • Game 3: Breaking through

    With their season on the line -- the goal line to be exact -- the Ravens refused to budge. The defense delivered a vintage stand at M&T Bank Stadium, where the Ravens relied on a smothering performance to notch a desperately-needed first victory of the...
  • Game 4: Total meltdown

    Detroit // The Ravens' season, like their players, is spiraling out of control. Falling faster than another penalty flag, the Ravens melted down in a 35-17 loss to the Detroit Lions yesterday, leaving them with the worst start in franchise history at 1-3...
  • Game 16: 2,000-plus

    History prevailed over irony in the Ravens' regular-season finale. Nearly 4 1/2 hours after the Ravens clinched their first division title with help from the unlikeliest of teams - the Cleveland Browns - Jamal Lewis secured his place in the NFL record...
  • Game 3: Ravens bully Bengals

    CINCINNATI -- The Ravens stamped their mark on the AFC North yesterday, an indelible black-and-blue one. From Jamal Lewis' first crushing run to the last hammering hit on Carson Palmer, the Ravens established themselves as the bullies of this division,...
  • Game 17: Titans give Ravens boot from playoffs

    On a day when the Ravens lost their smash-mouth identity, their most physical shove of the game came back to push them out of the playoffs. An unnecessary roughness penalty on offensive tackle Orlando Brown became the game-turning play as the Ravens fell...
  • Game 5: Ravens flagged down

    The Ravens were 74 seconds away from stealing a victory. One play later, their players and coaches were screaming they got robbed.Playing without four starters - including team leader Ray Lewis - the undermanned Ravens shocked a sellout RCA Dome crowd by...