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  • Ravens retooling; now it's up to Flacco

    Ravens retooling; now it's up to Flacco
    The next move is up to quarterback Joe Flacco. Right now, the Ravens have their best receiving corps since the early days of the franchise when receivers like Michael Jackson, Derrick Alexander and Jermaine Lewis were around. If the Ravens bolster...
  • A productive offseason hinges on whether the Ravens, Suggs can reach an agreement

    A productive offseason hinges on whether the Ravens, Suggs can reach an agreement
    The line in the sand has to be drawn soon. For the Ravens to be successful in the offseason, a top priority is getting Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs to agree to a contract extension, freeing up some salary cap room to sign other players....
  • Ravens should bring back Arthur Jones, but let a couple of others go

    Ravens should bring back Arthur Jones, but let a couple of others go
    Now that the 2013 season is over, the Ravens will begin part two of their rebuilding process. There won't be the cleansing of superstar talent like last offseason, but it will be almost as interesting. A team that prides itself on having a strong...
  • CAA commissioner Yeager participates in, approves of, NCAA's radical reform

    Tom Yeager has spent the last 12,000-plus days administering college sports. Few, if any, were as encouraging, refreshing and downright revolutionary as Tuesday and Wednesday. The Colonial Athletic Association's commissioner since its 1985 inception,...
  • Picking an offensive coordinator just the first step to fixing Ravens

    Picking an offensive coordinator just the first step to fixing Ravens
    Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said there was an outpouring of candidates for the team's offensive coordinator position, which was expected, since the Ravens are one of the NFL's top franchises. There are some impressive names floating around, like...
  • Moving forward means the Ravens have to leave behind the excuses

    Moving forward means the Ravens have to leave behind the excuses
    It is the time of year for victories, not excuses. We've been hearing a lot of them from the Ravens (3-4) since the season opening debacle in Denver. The receivers are old and quarterback Joe Flacco needs time with his new ones. The offensive line is...
  • Depth is a concern for the Ravens offensive line

    Depth is a concern for the Ravens offensive line
    It is not the beginning of the football season unless there are questions about the Ravens offensive line. Unlike previous years, there is talent, so few wonder how good this unit can be. The big concern is about depth, or lack of it. If the Ravens...
  • Mike Preston's Report Card

    QUARTERBACK A Joe Flacco had one of his best games. The most impressive part was his footwork in the pocket. When the Steelers got pressure, Flacco bought time by stepping up or moving around in the pocket. It might have been his most complete game of...
  • If Caldwell doesn't go, Ravens should keep him

    If Caldwell doesn't go, Ravens should keep him
    As Jim Caldwell lines up interviews with the Detroit Lions and the Washington Redskins for vacant head coaching positions, there are some who would prefer he'd get one of those jobs so the Ravens could hire a new offensive coordinator. Caldwell deserves...
  • For hungry Ravens coach John Harbaugh, yesterday's gone

    For hungry Ravens coach John Harbaugh, yesterday's gone
    There are no fancy slogans this season, like "Play like a Raven," or talk of 53 mighty, mighty men. Unlike some other Super Bowl winners, the Ravens aren't declaring that the road to the next championship runs through Baltimore, and they aren't...
  • Ravens need to find someone who can catch the ball

    Ravens need to find someone who can catch the ball
    The warning sign came early in the game, as soon as the first offense went onto the field. The Ravens started Marlon Brown, an undrafted rookie, at wide receiver. That is not supposed to happen. And then came more problems. There were numerous dropped...
  • Bisciotti and Newsome may tell Ravens' future, if you read between the lines

    Bisciotti and Newsome may tell Ravens' future, if you read between the lines
    When the Ravens hold their annual state-of-the-team news conference on Wednesday at the Under Armour Performance Center, we would all do well to listen closely to what owner Steve Bisciotti and his upper management team have to say. This is the one...