- Scott Smith, 30, of Mount Vernon, and Andrew Nappi, 31, of Eastchester, were each initially charged with first- and second-degree assault. On Thursday, the men were also indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit assault and reckless endangerment, said Rochelle Ritchie, spokeswoman for the State's Attorney's Office.
Ravens' troubles on offense are many, and the potential remedies are varied. As far as quarterback Breshad Perrimansat slouched in front of his locker at MetLife StadiumNo team in the NFL has gone for it on fourth down more this season than John Harbaugh's Ravens. Dating to 2014, the Ravens have attempted a fourth-down conversion seven more times than any other team in the NFL.
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Albert McClellanhas seen to make him believe theThe Baltimore Ravens will be without five or six key players when they face the New York Giants Sunday at MetLife Stadium.With veteran Justin Forsett's release Tuesday, the young and unheralded trio of backs not only represents the team's running game of the present as the Ravens (3-1) face the Washington Redskins (2-2) on Sunday afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium, but potentially the future as well.The Ravens jumped to the top of the NFL rankings in total defense, but one area that haunted them in Sunday's 28-27 loss to the Oakland Raiders was their inability to pressure quarterback Derek Carr.A 55-year-old man from Jessup remained hospitalized Monday after suffering a severe brain injury in a fight at the Baltimore Ravens game.This week, the Ravens should be looking at ways to improve their secondary. There have been questions surrounding this group since the season started.A Jessup man was in the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center with a serious head injury Sunday night after an altercation at M&T Bank Stadium with two Oakland Raiders fans, who were arrested, Baltimore police said.