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Sun ReporterOAKLAND, Calif. - Baltimore football fans are going to have to bone up on their Roman numerals over the next XIV days, because the Ravens are headed for Super Bowl XXXV. The Ravens scored a historic 16-3 victory over the Oakland Raiders at Network...
The agents are screaming. The Ravens are yawning. Sorry, it's not as if Jamal Lewis and Travis Taylor are about to forsake their rookie seasons to enter the presidential race as a third-party ticket. Wake me up when their contracts are signed. Wake...
Sun StaffNASHVILLE, Tenn. - What appears to be smoke and mirrors is actually the Ravens' defense and special teams. What the Tennessee Titans perceived as arrogance was little more than a jaunty display of Ravens confidence. After talking up a storm last week,...
Sun StaffNASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Ravens beat the Tennessee Titans as much on memory as they did on willpower yesterday. It was a game of deja vu for tight end Shannon Sharpe, redemption for wide receiver Patrick Johnson and sheer joy for quarterback Trent Dilfer,...
Sun StaffThe most defiant defense in the NFL can't say the P-word, but it can use the S-word. And the Ravens speak the language of shutouts eloquently. Ravaging a once-proud Dallas Cowboys' offense, 27-0, before 69,416 at PSINet Stadium, the Ravens' defense...
Sun StaffIn a postseason defined by defense, the Ravens struck an ominous pose yesterday. Super Bowl contender. On the heels of a 21-3 wild-card dismantling of the Denver Broncos, the Ravens suddenly look like a very tough team to beat. Maybe even the team to...
Sun StaffCINCINNATI - Pandemonium ruled for a few unworldly moments. Quarterback Trent Dilfer danced in front of the Ravens' bench, index fingers shooting flares into the sky. Split end Qadry Ismail and guard Edwin Mulitalo lifted the Ravens' unlikeliest hero,...
Sun StaffSecond place is gone. Home-field advantage is debatable. The playoffs, at this moment, look like a pipe dream. The Ravens' free fall through the AFC Central continued yesterday with a wretched 9-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in front of 69,405,...
Tags: Hines Ward, Football, Jamal Lewis, Matt Stover, Kordell Stewart
Sun StaffLANDOVER - The road trip finally ended for the Ravens yesterday, but the drought didn't. One more time, the red zone turned into the Bermuda Triangle. One more time, the end zone was a forbidden paradise. One more time, quarterback Tony Banks was left to...
Tags: Kim Herring, Jamie Sharper, Football, Jamal Lewis, Matt Stover
Sun StaffIf this was their statement game, the Ravens were eloquent yesterday. If it was a glimpse of the future, they've got a lot to look forward to. Finding resiliency on defense and a leader on offense, the Ravens dispatched the Jacksonville Jaguars with a...
Tags: Kim Herring, Jamie Sharper, Football, Mark Brunell, Matt Stover
Sun StaffJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Ravens used their own special formula - suffocating defense and Matt Stover's steady leg - to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars, 15-10, in a not-ready-for-prime-time game at ALLTEL Stadium last night. A crowd of 65,194 streamed out...
Tags: Kim Herring, Football, Jamal Lewis, Mark Brunell, Matt Stover
Sun StaffRay Lewis stunned the 254 recently drafted players at the NFL's annual rookie symposium in Carlsbad, Calif., with a surprise appearance Tuesday in which he cautioned them about life in the spotlight and the wrong crowd that fame can attract. The Ravens'...
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