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  • Facing 0-12 Colts brings back memories of the Ravens' 2007 loss to 0-13 Dolphins

    Facing 0-12 Colts brings back memories of the Ravens' 2007 loss to 0-13 Dolphins
    The circumstances were slightly different. The 2007 Miami Dolphins were 0-13, not 0-12 like the Indianapolis Colts team that will be at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. The Ravens were just 4-9 at the time and had dropped seven consecutive games. Today, they...
  • Cundiff plays through pain and into record book

    Cundiff plays through pain and into record book
    A left calf injury didn’t prevent kicker Billy Cundiff from rewriting a portion of the Ravens’ record book. With a 36-yard field goal near the end of the first quarter and three extra points in Sunday's 24-10 win against the Indianapolis...
  • Ravens notebook: Center Casey Rabach returns to team

    Ravens notebook: Center Casey Rabach returns to team
    The Ravens signed center Casey Rabach to a two-year contract Tuesday, gaining insurance in case Matt Birk's balky left knee leaves them short at the position. According to an ESPN report, Birk, 35, needs arthroscopic surgery on the knee. Birk played...
  • Remember when? 2007 season opener vs. Bengals was one to forget

    This game was the beginning of the end for coach Brian Billick in Baltimore. In their opener of the 2007 season in Cincinnati before a national Monday Night Football audience, the Ravens were battered and beaten. Coming off a 13-3 season, the Bengals...
  • Game 15: How 'bout them Ravens!

    Game 15: How 'bout them Ravens!
    The Ravens closed out venerable Texas Stadium by making some history of their own. Le'Ron McClain's 82-yard touchdown run - the longest by a visiting back in the stadium's 37-year existence - finished off the Ravens' critical 33-24 victory over the...
  • Ravens can't cash in, fall again to Colts

    Moments after throwing a critical fourth-quarter interception in the red zone, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco angrily pulled down on his face mask and yelled. The new face of the franchise revealed that the Ravens' 17-15 loss to the undefeated...
  • Ravens earn wild card

    The last time the Ravens played their final game of the regular season with a wild-card playoff berth on the line was Jan. 7, 2002. It also happened to be the first Monday Night Football game in Baltimore in more than two decades. The game was in...
  • Game 11: Ravens snare OT win over Steelers

    On a day when several AFC wild-card contenders lost, the Ravens found a way to survive. With the Pittsburgh Steelers playing without two of their top stars - quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and safety Troy Polamalu - the Ravens still needed Billy Cundiff'...
  • Stover helps Johns Hopkins achieve goal

    Matt Stover had a hand in this. Or a foot. Johns Hopkins plays in the NCAA Division III football quarterfinals Saturday, in part because its kicker studied last summer with Stover, the former Ravens great. That kicker, Alex Lachman, booted a last-...
  • Ravens to keep them coming

    Ravens to keep them coming
    A week into free agency, the Ravens have put $61 million into contracts to keep the face of the franchise, add speed to the secondary and fill the void at center. There's a sense of satisfaction at Ravens headquarters with Ray Lewis, Domonique Foxworth...
  • Game 3: Ravens stumble in third, fall in OT

    Game 3: Ravens stumble in third, fall in OT
    The Ravens watched their AFC North lead slip away, much like their 10-point lead did in a demoralizing second half. In a game that was under their control, the Ravens unraveled in key moments at Heinz Field, falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 23-20,...
  • Remember when?

    There was a time when the Ravens owned the Tennessee Titans. On Nov. 24, 2002, the Titans came to Baltimore with a 6-4 record and quarterback Steve McNair playing some of his best football. But the Ravens, behind strong special teams play and a solid...