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  • Michael Oher's sprained ankle not serious, source says

    Michael Oher's sprained ankle not serious, source says
    Ravens right offensive tackle Michael Oher underwent tests on his sprained right ankle that confirmed it's not a serious injury, according to a source. How quickly Oher returns will depend on how fast his ankle responds to treatment, but the timing of...
  • 2013 fantasy football focus: Ravens RB Bernard Pierce

    2013 fantasy football focus: Ravens RB Bernard Pierce
    Looking ahead to the 2013 NFL season, Matt Vensel over the next few days will break down the five Ravens players worth drafting in your fantasy league and when you should draft them. Though they are worth picking up, he did not include the Baltimore D/...
  • Caringi scores twice again, leads UMBC to 3-1 soccer win

    Colleges Caringi scores two more goals as UMBC goes to 4-0 Forward Pete Caringi III (Calvert Hall) scored a pair of goals for the fourth consecutive game, leading host UMBC to a 3-1 men's soccer victory over St. Francis Brooklyn in the Hampton Inn BWI...
  • Ravens bracing for Browns running back Trent Richardson

    Ravens bracing for Browns running back Trent Richardson
    The Ravens have built a thorough scouting report on Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson, including the obvious knowledge that he's far too strong to simply arm tackle and expect to bring him down. Ravens starting inside linebacker Josh Bynes'...
  • Rookie wide receiver Marlon Brown a surprising catch for Ravens

    Rookie wide receiver Marlon Brown a surprising catch for Ravens
    As Marlon Brown limped back to the Georgia locker room, the shock subsided and reality hit him as hard as the Ole Miss defender's helmet had hit his left kneecap. The team's trainer had just told him that his anterior cruciate ligament was shredded. His...
  • Ravens snap count observations versus Browns

    Ravens snap count observations versus Browns
    A week after Michael Huff struggled in a loss to the Denver Broncos, rookie Matt Elam, the team’s first-round pick in April’s NFL draft, replaced Huff as the starting free safety in Sunday’s 14-6 win over the Cleveland Browns. Elam...
  • Terps showed progress in the way they 'never panicked' Saturday at UConn

    Terps showed progress in the way they 'never panicked' Saturday at UConn
    COLLEGE PARK — A sign of Maryland's progress in Randy Edsall's third season with the Terps came Saturday night. Returning to the University of Connecticut for the first time since leaving the school where he began his head coaching career in 1999,...
  • Peter Schmuck: Not even rain should dampen Terps fans' joy over big win, 4-0 start

    Peter Schmuck: Not even rain should dampen Terps fans' joy over big win, 4-0 start
    There are all sorts of reasons to tread cautiously before reading too much into Maryland's resounding 37-0 victory over West Virginia on Saturday afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium, but that doesn't mean that Terrapin fans shouldn't savor the moment and the...
  • Rookie first-round picks Elam, Manuel to renew college rivalry Sunday

    Rookie first-round picks Elam, Manuel to renew college rivalry Sunday
    Ravens safety Matt Elam and Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel have been battling against each other for bragging rights going back to their college days. During his final season at Florida last year, Elam intercepted Manuel in a win over Florida...
  • Juan Castillo's small-school roots shaped coaching style

    Juan Castillo's small-school roots shaped coaching style
    The roots of Juan Castillo intersect back to the plains of Texas where he began playing and coaching football. And small-school ties have shaped the career of the Ravens' run-game coordinator. Although Castillo, as the Philadelphia Eagles' longtime...
  • A year makes big difference for Bryant McKinnie

    A year makes big difference for Bryant McKinnie
    A year has made a big difference for Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie, dramatically improving his standing with the Super Bowl champions. Last year, McKinnie was taking up residency in coach John Harbaugh's doghouse. The former Pro Bowl blocker...
  • Michael Huff off to fast start with Ravens

    Michael Huff off to fast start with Ravens
    Reacting instinctively as quarterback Joe Flacco launched a deep throw toward the sideline during an offseason practice, free safety Michael Huff accelerated toward the football to deflect it out of bounds. It was an example of the range the Ravens...