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Ravens safety Eric Weddle fined for Week 9 hit vs. Steelers wide receiver

Ravens safety Eric Weddle was fined $26,739 for his hit to the head of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster in the teams’ Week 9 game.

Smith-Schuster was hit early in the third quarter after making a 23-yard catch over the middle of the field. Weddle was penalized for unnecessary roughness, but both the catch and penalty were negated by an offensive-holding penalty.

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Staff picks for Sunday's Ravens-Bengals game

The Baltimore Sun's Ravens beat crew predicts who will win Sunday’s game against the Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium.

Jen Badie

Ravens 23, Bengals 17

The Ravens have an 8-2 record after the bye week under John Harbaugh.

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'He made it OK to like superheroes': Marvel co-creator Stan Lee's death reverberates with Ravens

Ravens defensive lineman Patrick Ricard was in the middle of paying tribute to Marvel Comics co-creator Stan Lee on Wednesday when he was interrupted by tight end Maxx Williams. When Ricard informed Williams of the subject of his conversation, Williams said, “Don’t break his heart before practice.”

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Ravens notes: Starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley limited in practice

While much of Wednesday’s news centered on the status of quarterback Joe Flacco’s injured right hip, another starter made an appearance at the Ravens’ first practice since their bye week.

Left tackle Ronnie Stanley participated in Wednesday afternoon’s session on a limited basis, which he predicted before practice.

“I’ll be doing some things today,” he said. “I’ll be out there.

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With Joe Flacco ailing, Ravens' Lamar Jackson and Robert Griffin III prepare for the unknown

Lamar Jackson’s locker is in a corner of the Ravens’ locker room, set back far enough that it is inaccessible to media scrums beyond a certain size.

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Opinions vary on whether Ravens’ Marlon Humphrey is a top cornerback

Marlon Humphrey has the backing of his head coach and fellow cornerback in his bid to be considered one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL. But at least one Raven player says he isn’t quite there yet.

Coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday that Humphrey is becoming one of the top cornerbacks in the league.

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