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Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with some reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.

Running it back:

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The Ravens finished up the preseason with a 27-21 loss to the Rams on Thursday night. ... Linebacker Dannell Ellerbe made a scene in the loss. ... The Orioles lost, too, in their series finale against the Red Sox. ... Adam Jones was sidelined with shoulder pain.

Los links!!!:

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1. Is Shayne Graham still the favorite to win the Ravens' kicking job? [Ravens Insider]

2. Sports Illustrated's AFC North preview [SI]

3. The Ravens got a lot of love in ESPN's Super Bowl predictions [ESPN]

4. Kevin Van Valkenburg learned these five things during the Ravens-Rams game [Ravens Insider]

5. A court ruled against the Ravens in a logo dispute [AP]

6. Protecting the Orioles' young pitchers [Camden Chat]

7. The young Terps hope for a fast start to the season [Baltimore Sun]

8. The Maryland men's basketball schedule has been released [Tracking the Terps]

9. Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau is on the hot seat [ESPN]

You said it:

"This game was a great argument for those who think the pre-season is too long. Took three cups of coffee to get through this one." -- The Proud Voice of Truth was a trooper for making it through Thursday night's game

Today's water cooler question (your response could be published in b):

How can the NFL spice up the preseason?

Video of the morning:

Wait, I'm confused here. In his career, has Andy Roddick's left foot every gone before his right?

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