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  • 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...
  • Week 16: Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Tony: Why is the Ravens' offensive line so bad? There is constant pressure on the quarterback and no holes for the running back. I thought this group was supposed to be talented. What's been the difference from last year? Mike Preston: The major...
  • Ravens' Gaither studying up

    By his own admission, Jared Gaither wasn't much for academics while attending the University of Maryland. But he has become more of a student since leaving college. These days, Gaither, the Ravens' raw-boned rookie offensive tackle, directs his...
  • Players optimistic about Harbaugh

    His brother Jim is more familiar to his newest players, but news of John Harbaugh's ascent to the Ravens' head coaching vacancy was well received by several players last night. "I'm excited that we have a coach," running back Cory Ross said. "Now we...
  • Ravens hire Harbaugh

    Ravens hire Harbaugh
    John Harbaugh was hired by the Ravens yesterday in a bold move that gives the longtime assistant coach his first head-coaching opportunity. The Ravens will introduce the 45-year-old Philadelphia Eagles secondary coach, who comes from a football family,...
  • Houston clears Ravens' takeoff

    HOUSTON -- The Ravens are staring down their final two AFC North showdowns after proving bulletproof in the wild West. They sweated out a late replay challenge, scored touchdowns on two length-of-the-field drives and stepped up defensively with two...
  • Game 1: Ravens open with dud

    CLEVELAND - Before the Ravens can get back on the path to the Super Bowl, they must first map out how to reach the red zone. Before they set their sights on another AFC North title, they have to make sure they keep their eyes on opposing receivers....
  • Ravens look anything but super

    CLEVELAND - The Ravens' run for glory began with a huge dose of misery yesterday, when they bowed to the Cleveland Browns, 20-3, in a humbling season opener. After months of proclaiming themselves Super Bowl contenders, the Ravens fell silent with...
  • Ravens flagged down

    INDIANAPOLIS - The Ravens were 74 seconds away from stealing a victory. One play later, their players and coaches were screaming they got robbed. Playing without four starters - including team leader Ray Lewis - the undermanned Ravens shocked a...
  • Ravens zero in on playoffs

    Fifteen weeks into the season, a familiar chill descended on PSINet Stadium. Barricading the end zone with three interceptions inside their 20-yard line, the Ravens rode a once-again defiant defense yesterday to freeze out the ragged Cincinnati Bengals,...
  • Game 16: 2,000-plus

    History prevailed over irony in the Ravens' regular-season finale. Nearly 4 1/2 hours after the Ravens clinched their first division title with help from the unlikeliest of teams - the Cleveland Browns - Jamal Lewis secured his place in the NFL record...
  • Game 3: Ravens bully Bengals

    CINCINNATI -- The Ravens stamped their mark on the AFC North yesterday, an indelible black-and-blue one. From Jamal Lewis' first crushing run to the last hammering hit on Carson Palmer, the Ravens established themselves as the bullies of this division,...