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  • Latest round of Ogden-Freeney a heavyweight match

    Latest round of Ogden-Freeney a heavyweight match
    On one side is Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney, one of the league's premier pass rushers. He makes offensive tackles lose sleep at night because he is their worst nightmare on the field. On the other side is Ravens left offensive...
  • For Ravens, Ogden's big toe may be big woe

    For Ravens, Ogden's big toe may be big woe
    He is at peace with his decision to put retirement off for another year. But even Jonathan Ogden had to admit that this isn't what he signed up for. "Oh, yeah," the Ravens left offensive tackle said last week as he sat in front of his locker in Owings...
  • Jonathan Ogden bows out after 12 seasons

    Jonathan Ogden bows out after 12 seasons
    For 12 seasons, offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden was a cornerstone of the Ravens franchise. As the first player drafted by the team in 1996, he dominated the best defensive linemen of his generation, protecting the blind side of countless quarterbacks...
  • Ravens need to win 7 of last 10

    Ravens need to win 7 of last 10
    While the sting of three straight narrow defeats might have diminished for the Ravens during the bye, the lasting effect is a small margin of error for the final two months of the regular season. Recent NFL history says the Ravens need to reach 10...
  • 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 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 14: Ravens holding the (wild) cards

    On a day when the other AFC wild-card contenders folded at an amazing rate, the Ravens took advantage of their opportunities to seize control of their playoff future. Converting six turnovers from a late-arriving Chicago Bears team into 24 points, the...
  • Game 1: Ravens pass Chiefs' test through the air

    Game 1: Ravens pass Chiefs' test through the air
    In a regular season that began with unexpected adversity, the Ravens ultimately passed the initial test. Joe Flacco threw for a career-high 307 yards and three touchdowns in lifting the Ravens to a season-opening 38-24 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs...
  • Game 9: No pressure for Flacco

    At the most critical times in yesterday's 41-13 rout of the Houston Texans, it became apparent Joe Flacco is no longer a rookie quarterback. He has become a clutch one. Lose your top receiver? No worries. Instead of hanging his head, Flacco looked...
  • Game 2: Ravens, Lewis deliver knockout punch

    Game 2: Ravens, Lewis deliver knockout punch
    After the San Diego Chargers bent the Ravens' defense all game, it was Ray Lewis who broke them in the end. Shooting an inside gap on "fourth down-and-game," Lewis wrapped his arms around running back Darren Sproles in the backfield with 30 seconds left,...
  • Game 9: Struggling to victory

    The Ravens' 16-0 win over the Cleveland Browns caused as much concern as celebration. After scoring a couple of touchdowns in a 17-second span of the third quarter, the Ravens (5-4) looked like a team that survived and saved their playoff hopes against...
  • Game 12: Last-ditch drive

    Trailing by two points with 64 seconds left in the game, Ravens quarterback Kyle Boller stood deep in his own territory and in the middle of a half-empty M&T Bank Stadium. He didn't have any timeouts. He didn't have three starters on the offensive line....