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  • Jamal Lewis talks about being inducted into Ravens' Ring of Honor

    Jamal Lewis talks about being inducted into Ravens' Ring of Honor
    The most productive running back in Ravens history is slated to be in purple and black for a long, long time. The Ravens will induct running back Jamal Lewis, the leading rusher in franchise history, into their Ring of Honor before their Week 4 game this...
  • Olde Catonsville: Leaving Catonsville to see the world

    Kurt Delker found a unique way to spend time with his family and see a part of America this summer. He went bicycling across Iowa with his 82-year-old father and 15-year-old son as part of the RAGBRAI (the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across...
  • Stover to announce Ravens' second and third-round picks

    Stover to announce Ravens' second and third-round picks
    After the Ravens decide on their second and third-round picks on Day Two of the draft Friday night, they'll allow one of the franchise's most beloved players to spread the word to everyone else. Kicker Matt Stover, the franchise's leading scorer and an...
  • Remember when?

    There is no way the Philadelphia Eagles can afford a tie like Sunday's 13-13 game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Eagles were nearly double-digit favorites against the Bengals, but with an ineffective Donovan McNabb at quarterback, they could manage...
  • 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...
  • Ravens season in review

    Week 1 Ravens 17, Bengals 10: The Joe Flacco era got off to a good start as the rookie from Delaware ran for a 38-yard touchdown and provided a key block on another in his NFL debut. Week 2 Ravens vs. Texans: Postponed because of Hurricane Ike Week 3...
  • 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,...
  • Mike Preston's report card

    Quarterback: D- OK, somebody has to say it. Rookie quarterback Joe Flacco has been looking a lot like Kyle Boller the past two weeks. He threw short passes into his teammates' knees and threw intermediate ones over their heads. He failed to protect the...
  • Game 7: Flacco a triple threat in win over Raiders

    Game 7: Flacco a triple threat in win over Raiders
    It was only recently that linebacker Terrell Suggs wondered whether the Ravens should stick with rookie Joe Flacco as the starting quarterback. After witnessing the Ravens' 29-10 pummeling of the Oakland Raiders yesterday, Suggs and the sellout crowd...
  • Game 8: Ravens go on the offensive

    Game 8: Ravens go on the offensive
    As Terrell Suggs danced in the end zone, the Ravens began celebrating their 37-27 victory over the Cleveland Browns after yet another big play by their defense. But make no mistake: This victory was unlike any other this season, or perhaps even the...
  • Game 14: Ravens' misery goes deeper

    Game 14: Ravens' misery goes deeper
    In what has been perhaps the most miserable season in their history, the Ravens had lost a handful of starters before and their share of gut-wrenching games. But they always talked about never losing their pride ... until now. Unable to hold a 10-...
  • Ravens' misery goes deeper

    Ravens' misery goes deeper
    In what has been perhaps the most miserable season in their history, the Ravens had lost a handful of starters before and their share of gut-wrenching games. But they always talked about never losing their pride ... until now. Unable to hold a 10-...