Joe Flaccothrew well early in the game and was in sync with receiverFor the second straight week, the Ravens won't have strong-side linebacker Elvis Dumervil (foot) and middle linebacker C.J. Mosley (hamstring). Both players were declared out for the New York Jets game.After missing back-to-back practices with a sore right shoulder, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco returned to the field, a good sign for his availability Sunday.Ravens coach John Harbaugh doesn't believe Terrell Suggs will be lost long term with a biceps injury, but he acknowledged it's unlikely he plays Sunday.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — For one week,
John Harbaugh's decision to replace offensive coordinatorAlready playing without five starters and two major contributors, three more starters sustained injuries and were unable to finish Sunday's game against the NewThe Baltimore Ravens will be without five or six key players when they face the New York Giants Sunday at MetLife Stadium.The good news is right tackle Rick Wagner returned to practice. The bad news is that five key players remained sidelined and look unlikely to play Sunday.The focus will be on new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg’s impact on a struggling passing attack in his first game as play caller for the Ravens.After missing his second consecutive practice, Ravens outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil appears closer to sitting out Sunday’s game at the New York Giants.After three wins by a combined 13 points against three of the NFL’s worst teams, the Ravens faced a week of questions from fans and analysts wondering whatQuarterback: At one point, Joe Flacco completed 21 straight passes, but he got out of sync in the second half. Flacco also threw two interceptions and finished
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — As Jason Myers was lining up for a 52-yard field goal attempt late in the fourth quarter that could have given theAsked this week about his team’s last-second and officials-aided loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars last season, coach John Harbaugh said it will be the Ravens’At some point soon, the Ravens, who are enjoying good health, may have to make some really tough roster decisions.