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  • September 7: Game time

    Roster recaps QUARTERBACKS STARTER: Joe Flacco. BACKUP: Tyrod Taylor. COMMENT: There were no surprises here because Flacco and Taylor were locks to make the team. It's still undecided whether a banged-up Taylor (left shoulder contusion) will remain the...
  • Kindle not discouraged by inactivity

    Kindle not discouraged by inactivity
    Sergio Kindle said he’s not discouraged by the Ravens’ decision to deactivate him for the first three games of the season. The outside linebacker said he is taking the inactivity in stride, chalking it up to part of the maturation process for...
  • Carr, Grubbs won't play vs. Jets

    Carr, Grubbs won't play vs. Jets
    The Ravens will be shorthanded at cornerback against the New York Jets Sunday night  after deactivating Chris Carr. Carr’s ailing left hamstring flared up again, sidelining him for Friday’s practice after he had fully participated in...
  • McKnight sets new mark for longest play against Ravens

    McKnight sets new mark for longest play against Ravens
    Prior to Sunday, the Ravens had been one of 17 teams that had yet to surrender a return for a touchdown. That changed Sunday night when New York Jets running back Joe McKnight returned a kickoff 107 yards just 3 minutes, 17 seconds into the first quarter...
  • Kindle gets active

    Kindle gets active
    Outside linebacker Sergio Kindle was active for the first time this season in the Ravens’ 34-17 victory over the New York Jets Sunday night. “It’s the best feeling in the world,” said Kindle, who missed last season after...
  • Kindle's activity vs. Jets necessitated by injuries

    Kindle's activity vs. Jets necessitated by injuries
    Less than a week after Ravens coach John Harbaugh candidly said that Sergio Kindle hadn’t performed well enough in practice to gain a spot on the game-day roster in the first three contests of the season, the outside linebacker made his NFL debut in...
  • Projecting the rest of the Ravens' season

    Projecting the rest of the Ravens' season
    We've reached the quarter pole of the NFL season, and it's probably fair to say we still don't quite know what to make of this Ravens team. They've pounded two of their rivals (the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets), they've laid an egg against a...
  • Grubbs out again

    Grubbs out again
    Ben Grubbs will miss his fourth consecutive game as the Ravens deactivated the starting left guard for Sunday’s contest against the Houston Texans. Grubbs has been bothered by strained ligaments in a toe of his right foot, but he returned to...
  • Anquan Boldin not awed by big numbers; he just wants a Super Bowl ring

    Anquan Boldin not awed by big numbers; he just wants a Super Bowl ring
    Numbers no longer weigh on Anquan Boldin's mind. That's why the ninth-year veteran didn't make too much of his first 100-receiving yard day of the season in the Ravens' 29-14 victory over the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday. "I think, for me,...
  • With a long list of needs, upcoming NFL draft will be crucial to Ravens

    With a long list of needs, upcoming NFL draft will be crucial to Ravens
    The first round of the 2012 NFL draft is three weeks away, and the Ravens have a similar list of needs as they did when free agency began four weeks ago. In some cases, like with the offensive line, their holes have become even more pronounced. The...
  • Ravens sense progress in contract talks with Ray Rice

    Ravens sense progress in contract talks with Ray Rice
    A day after Ray Rice broke the silence about his contract status by saying he had outplayed his rookie deal, Ravens general manger Ozzie Newsome agreed with the Pro Bowl running back and indicated that he is happy with the progress the organization has...
  • Ravens expect 'a heck of a year' from Paul Kruger

    Ravens expect 'a heck of a year' from Paul Kruger
    The Ravens lost an ironman and a fan favorite when outside linebacker Jarret Johnson signed a four-year, $19-million deal with the San Diego Chargers last month. Since then, head coach John Harbaugh has twice hyped up Paul Kruger, who in his fourth season...