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  • NFL Network delivers a day and night of fine TV football from Baltimore

    NFL Network delivers a day and night of fine TV football from Baltimore
    It’s a good thing I like the Muppets, because there was no escaping them Thursday on the NFL Network. Ads for their movie, “The Muppets” were all over the screen as sponsor of the NFL Network’s “Gameday” show that...
  • WEDNESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS

    WEDNESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS ++++++++++++++++++++ || NASCAR || Sprint Cup Brickyard 400 (T) || SPEEDNoon || || Autos || Silk Way Rally (T) || VS.4 || || MLB || Orioles@Kansas City (T) || MASN9:30 a.m. || || Atlanta@Washington || MASN1 || ||...
  • Sanders, Sharpe to enter Hall

    Two former Ravens — tight end Shannon Sharpe and cornerback Deion Sanders — will enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame today in Canton, Ohio. Sharpe signed with the Ravens in 2000 and spent two seasons with the team. He caught 140 passes for 1,...
  • Former Ravens Sharpe, Sanders enshrined in Pro Football Hall of Fame

    Former Ravens Sharpe, Sanders enshrined in Pro Football Hall of Fame
    Deion Sanders and Shannon Sharpe both used to talk a good game after they danced, pranced and entertained fans and media. But it took much more than talk and showmanship to reach the Pro Football Hall of Fame, where both men were enshrined Saturday night...
  • Titans notes: Faulk says fans should be patient with Johnson

    Titans notes: Faulk says fans should be patient with Johnson
    Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk has a message for Titans fans and fantasy football owners: Be patient with Chris Johnson. “I am going to give him probably two to three more games. He’s going to need a few weeks of practice where he...
  • Chess helped Ray Rice's world slow down

    Chess helped Ray Rice's world slow down
    Ray Rice was in elementary school the first time he sat down in front of a chess set. He was 9-years-old. His fifth grade teacher, Calvin Heyward, believed this small boy from New Rochelle, N.Y., was capable of great things, but Rice — whose...
  • Ken Murray's Sunday primer: Ravens vs. Rams

    Ken Murray's Sunday primer: Ravens vs. Rams
    After getting badly outcoached and outplayed last week in Tennessee, the Ravens return to their comfort zone in St. Louis today. They face a weak NFC West team with a one-dimensional offense and a bad defense. The Rams are no match for the Ravens. And...
  • Ray Rice to maintain hefty workload

    Ray Rice to maintain hefty workload
    Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice maintained a hefty workload last season for the Ravens with 291 carries for a career-high 1,364 rushing yards and 76 receptions for 704 yards. As far as running backs coach Wilbert Montgomery is concerned, he sees no reason...
  • Defending Mike Vick extends into Ravens secondary

    Defending Mike Vick extends into Ravens secondary
    When the Ravens play the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and Eagles quarterback Michael Vick inevitably finds a creative way to escape the pocket, the Ravens will have to worry about something much more dangerous than Vick scrambling down the field for a...
  • We might not see a 'dinosaur' like Jamal Lewis again

    We might not see a 'dinosaur' like Jamal Lewis again
    On Monday, a dinosaur walked inside the Under Armour Performance Center and was introduced as the guest of honor at a 3:30 p.m. news conference. Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome spoke of the first time he had spotted it, which seems like eons ago with...
  • Evaluating an NFL running back: How do you put a price on Ray Rice?

    Evaluating an NFL running back: How do you put a price on Ray Rice?
    The numbers are staggering, like a stiff arm to the face mask. Ray Rice rushed for 4,377 yards in his first four NFL seasons, all before the Ravens running back had celebrated his 25th birthday. His 2,068 yards from scrimmage led the league in 2011. He...
  • 'Greatest' came from NFL's best

    On Dec.28, 1958, the NFL's best offense and defense, its finest quarterback, its best possession receiver and big-play threat, its most dominant defensive lineman and prototype offensive tackles, its best-rounded linebacker and its most promising...