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  • No-huddle a possibility for Patriots

    No-huddle a possibility for Patriots
    When the Patriots received the opening kickoff Saturday against the Broncos, it might have caught some fans off-guard, since it marked just the second time in 17 games New England opened on offense. Going no-huddle on the first series seemed to catch...
  • E.Reed limited again

    E.Reed limited again
    The Ravens produced a near-perfect injury report Thursday as free safety Ed Reed was the only player listed. The eight-time Pro Bowler was limited in practice for the second straight day by the left ankle injury he sustained in the waning seconds of...
  • Birk v. Wilfork one of many interior battles Ravens must win

    It seems on a weekly basis that Matt Birk must face a formidable opponent staring at him from the other side of the line of scrimmage. That's why the Ravens center barely blinked when asked about Sunday's matchup with New England Patriots nose tackle...
  • Bill Burt: Ravens still not ready for prime time

    Bill Burt: Ravens still not ready for prime time
    Editor's note: This is Bill Burt's second column in the Baltimore Sun. He is executive sports editor of The Eagle-Tribune. He has covered the Patriots and the NFL for 21 years. He has covered six Super Bowls, including the Ravens’ win over the...
  • Will Webb vs. Welker be the matchup?

    Will Webb vs. Welker be the matchup?
    Conventional wisdom would seem to suggest that the Ravens top cornerback, Lardarius Webb, would be matched up against the New England Patriots’ top wide receiver, Wes Welker, when the teams meet in Sunday’s AFC championship game. If that&...
  • Ed Reed probable for Sunday's AFC championship game

    Ed Reed probable for Sunday's AFC championship game
    Ed Reed was upgraded from limited to full participation for Friday's practice and is listed as probable for Sunday's AFC championship game between the Ravens and New England Patriots. The eight-time Pro Bowl free safety, who sustained a left ankle injury...
  • Simms thinks Flacco is good enough, but knows Brady is on another level

    Simms thinks Flacco is good enough, but knows Brady is on another level
    Being a two-time Super Bowl champion, Phil Simms knows a thing or two about what it takes to win in January, and he thinks Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco did more than enough last Sunday. Simms, a former quarterback of the New York Giants who will provide...
  • Pre-snap read: Ravens vs. Patriots

    Pre-snap read: Ravens vs. Patriots
    And then there were four. The Ravens have admitted their win over the Houston Texans last weekend wasn’t pretty. But who cares? They’re one win away from the Super Bowl. To make it back to the Super Bowl for the first time in eleven years, the...
  • No surprises for Ravens for AFC championship

    The inactives list for Sunday’s AFC championship game is out, and there were no shocking developments from the Ravens. Free safety Ed Reed, the team’s lone injury concern, is active and expected to make his customary start. Reed had been...
  • Webb took no solace in postseason performance

    Webb took no solace in postseason performance
    Lardarius Webb continued a sparkling 2011 campaign, recording his third interception of the postseason when he leaped into the air to snatch a Tom Brady pass intended for wide receiver Julian Edelman in the first quarter. But the Ravens cornerback, who...
  • Suggs, Ngata, Leach named first-team All-Pros

    Suggs, Ngata, Leach named first-team All-Pros
    The Associated Press NFL All-Pro teams were announced Friday, and three Ravens players were named to the first team: outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and fullback Vonta Leach. Suggs led the Ravens with 14 sacks in 2011, and...
  • Ravens don't appear primed to make a run at a high-priced receiver

    Ravens don't appear primed to make a run at a high-priced receiver
    I began the day with a blog about the Ravens’ plan to upgrade their wide receiving corps and that’s how I’m going to end it. Both General Manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh discussed the matter today and their comments...