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  • Ogden timeline with the Ravens

    April 20, 1996: Instead of addressing the need for a running back, the Ravens draft Ogden over troubled Lawrence Phillips. Ogden, the first pick in franchise history, wears a black-and-white Ravens cap because the team didn't have official colors nor a...
  • Sorry R. Lewis, but Ogden is best Raven ever

    Sorry R. Lewis, but Ogden is best Raven ever
    It has been the source of a major debate for years. Who is the best Raven - Jonathan Ogden or Ray Lewis? It's really no contest. The most physical, technically sound and dominating player is Ogden. The player with the most impact on franchise history...
  • Week 15: Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Chris: Do you think the Ravens would be better off letting quarterback Troy Smith finish the season? What is the point of letting Kyle Boller start the final two games? Mike Preston: At first, I thought it would be better off allowing Smith to start, but...
  • J. Lewis to Browns

    Running back Jamal Lewis signed with the Cleveland Browns last night, which likely means the Ravens will look to trade for the Buffalo Bills' Willis McGahee by today. In an unusual turn of events, Lewis, the Ravens' all-time leading rusher, will join a...
  • Sports moments that moved us in 2007

    Sports moments that moved us in 2007
    It would be foolish to look back on 2007 and remind you of every story we've covered. But here are some events that reporters remember from the year. Some they covered and some they just enjoyed as fans. We hope you appreciate them as much as they did....
  • Billick: Year-by-year with the Ravens

    2007Record: 5-11, last in AFC North. Highlight: The Ravens led the undefeated New England Patriots with less than a minute to play before falling, 27-24, in Week 13. Lowlight: The Ravens suffered a 22-16 loss in overtime to the previously winless Miami...
  • Landry injury silences stadium but he has movement

     
    M&T Stadium went silent as a church, fitting in that the Ravens' defense knelt, hands joined in prayer as safety Dawan Landry lay motionless at the Baltimore 30-yard line with less than half a minute left. The safety was trying......
  • Ravens blamed selves for Landry injury and fought harder

     
    The scary injury to Ravens safety Dawan Landry was a sobering moment in Baltimore's 28-10 win over Cleveland at M&T Bank Stadium yesterday and it also was clearly a turning point in the game. At the time, the Browns led 10-7......
  • Game 16: Power play: Ravens punch ticket to playoffs

    - With a stunning stiff- arm - both literal and figurative - the Ravens pushed aside the Oakland Raiders and clinched a wild-card playoff spot. Willis McGahee bashed a Raiders player to the turf on his way to a 77-yard touchdown, and the Ravens...
  • No doubt: the unlikely NFL career of Kelly Gregg

    No doubt: the unlikely NFL career of Kelly Gregg
    When Kelly Gregg and I stroll into the Owings Mills Red Robin on a recent muggy summer afternoon, I contemplate telling our waitress that she might want to alert the cooks, just in case they need backup. I've been dreaming of this moment for months,...
  • Game 6: Flat performance

    CHICAGO // The demons that have haunted the Ravens all season came crashing down like the unmerciful downpour at Solider Field, where a season of soaring expectations continued to slip further away. Thanks to costly penalties and a collapsing offense,...
  • Q&A with Mike Preston

    Bill, Salisbury: Will the Ravens win a game this year? I mean, seriously - will they win a game? The O-line is bad, the QBs are worse, and Jamal Lewis can't get out of his own way. Mike Preston: Bill, I'm sure the Ravens will win a game, maybe two, maybe...