The Patriots have not been able to win by more than six points in any of their past six games against the Ravens at Gillette Stadium.
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My pre-game ritual before teaching is not unlike getting ready for a big game. I review my game plan, look at the roster to see what students are in the line up, and fill my water bottle. Then, time for the kickoff. But then Femi Ayanbadejo, an 11-year NFL veteran and member of the 2001 Ravens Super Bowl team, signed up for my class.
A federal appeals court has ruled that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game "Deflategate" suspension imposed by the NFL.
Theirs is the NFL's most secretive room. It's on the fifth floor of the league's Park Avenue headquarters, has glass that's frosted opaque, soundproof walls,
Ravens cornerback Tray Walker died Friday at 5 p.m. from injuries sustained in a motorbike accident on Thursday night, according to his agent. He was 23 years old.
Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe has missed nearly half the team's games over the past two seasons, battling knee and ankle injuries in 2014, the concussion he sustained in the opening game of 2015 and the shoulder injury that ended his season.
Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe called for the NFL to research the possible benefits of medical marijuana last week in an article on cnn.com. He took things even further Tuesday morning on his Twitter account.
Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe became the first active NFL player to advocate that the league look into the possible benefits of medical marijuana in an article posted Wednesday on cnn.com.
Bottom line, CBS Sports did a good job Sunday night. Super Bowls are such crazed spectacles, and social media is so snark-infested these days, that any broadcast team which gets through one without becoming the story in a bad way should consider itself a winner.
If you're a parent of a child who wants to play football, and you avoid the movie "Concussion" the way the NFL wants you to avoid it, then you're avoiding reality, says John Kass.
The St. Louis Rams are moving to Los Angeles, news that is largely insignificant to the Ravens but tremendously conspicuous in Baltimore.
The telecast of the game wasn't as sloppy as the play on the field in the Ravens 16-13 victory over the St. Louis Rams. But it wasn't all that much better either.
Really, has it come to the point where a sports team needs to be paid to recognize someone who likely put their life on the line to defend this country? Think about it. The military and the National Football League were using American soldiers – American heroes -- in some form of product placement. That's shameful.
The Pentagon and National Guard paid professional sports teams to publicly honor soldiers at sporting events, according to a Senate oversight report released Wednesday that labeled the practice "inappropriate and frivolous."
I despise the way ESPN has purged its ranks of anyone who would criticize the NFL or commissioner Roger Goodell. And I could definitely do without Jon Gruden¿s bluster.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) ¿ Seven months. At least $3 million spent on lawyers ¿ and probably twice that or more. Reports and responses and arbitration and appeals and even a college class in New England called ¿Deflategate.¿
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady can suit up for his team's season opener after a judge erased his four-game suspension for "Deflategate."
For the time being, the cheating will stop in in Foxborough, Mass. That's the good news that has come out of this "Deflategate" mess and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's nullified suspension.
Thank you, Cris Carter. I am still three weeks away from having to review my first Baltimore Ravens telecast of the season, and already I am sick of the ex-jock mindset that dominates and pollutes the studio shows and broadcast booths of all the networks and cable channels that do business with the NFL.
Newly revealed evidence in the "Deflategate" scandal suggests the Ravens might have tipped off the Indianapolis Colts about inflation irregularities in the footballs used at Gillette Stadium before the AFC Championship Game between the Colts and New England Patriots, something coach John Harbaugh and the Ravens have strongly denied.
There seems to be a fairly significant contingent of NFL fans who are pleased with the Roger Goodell's decision to uphold New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension. Ravens fans should not be among them.
This year, the Ravens aren't at the center of the ugly storm caused by offseason arrests and the national debate over the punishment of a star performer. That circus has moved to New England Patriots training camp.
The Blitz rounds up what columnists around the country are writing about NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to uphold New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for his involvement in "Deflategate."
I've never been a big fan of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, but he made the right decision Tuesday. He finally got one right in announcing that the league will uphold the four game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti issued an emphatic denial of a report alleging that he attempted to exert pressure on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to uphold New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension.
Tom Brady and representatives from the players' union are meeting with Commissioner Roger Goodell at NFL headquarters as the New England quarterback appeals his four-game suspension.
To prepare rookies for life as professionals, the NFL is again providing a crash course filled with seminars, testimonials and advice on how to navigate the pitfalls of fame and fortune.
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker acknowledged he's not a fan of the NFL's new rule for extra point attempts, but said he has accepted the change and is making the proper adjustments.
Former Ravens running back Ray Rice has completed his pretrial intervention program and his domestic violence charges will officially be dismissed by a New Jersey judge today, according to sources.