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  • Bears position analysis: Wide receiver

    Bears position analysis: Wide receiver
    General manager Phil Emery was on the job for less than two months when he accomplished something Jerry Angelo failed to do in more than a decade — acquire a legitimate No. 1 wide receiver. The addition of Brandon Marshall in a trade with the...
  • Texans playing coy with status of A. Johnson?

    Texans playing coy with status of A. Johnson?
    While there is no timetable for the return of Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson, many reports have the five-time Pro Bowl selection at least missing Sunday’s game against the Ravens and likely the Oct. 23 game against the Tennessee Titans....
  • Ravens will see Mason again

    Ravens will see Mason again
    Derrick Mason will be playing at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday for the second time in three weeks. The Houston Chronicle is reporting that the Houston Texans, who play the Ravens this weekend, have acquired the veteran wide receiver from the New York Jets...
  • Film Study: Looking back at the Ravens' loss and Colts' win in Week 17

    Bengals 23, Ravens 17 Strategy: Believing that upgraded health in the postseason trumps building momentum, the Ravens rested injured players and key starters. And it worked as there were no serious injuries. The offense was run differently to...
  • Jaworski defends Flacco, says Ravens can be super

    Jaworski defends Flacco, says Ravens can be super
    Monday Night Football analyst Ron Jaworski still lives in New Jersey and is friendly with Delaware football coach K.C. Keeler, so it is fair to say that the former NFL quarterback has closely followed the growth and development of Ravens’ signal...
  • Defense to keep tabs on Texans' Johnson

    Defense to keep tabs on Texans' Johnson
    When the Ravens defeated the Houston Texans, 29-14, on Oct. 16, Houston was forced to play without wide receiver Andre Johnson, who missed the game because of a strained hamstring. Ed Reed is aware that the defense dodged a bullet with Johnson’s...
  • Ravens' defense has been stingy against tight ends

    Ravens' defense has been stingy against tight ends
    History suggests that the Houston Texans duo of Owen Daniels and Joel Dreessen may not fare very well against the Ravens in Sunday’s AFC divisional contest. That’s because the defense has been one of the stingiest units against tight ends...
  • A happier time: Was the 2001 Miami Hurricanes team the best ever?

    A happier time: Was the 2001 Miami Hurricanes team the best ever?
    Backup offensive lineman Brad Kunz was already wearing his national championship T-shirt and hat as the final minutes melted off the clock during Miami's 37-14 Rose Bowl win over Nebraska. The redshirt freshman was celebrating with teammates. The victory...
  • Fantasy Fodder: Helping you survive the playoffs

    Fantasy Fodder: Helping you survive the playoffs
    We are into the nitty-gritty of the fantasy playoffs, so let’s get down to business with some injury updates, a few waiver-wire pickups if you’re desperate, and more. If your squad needs help, shoot me a note. And feel free to leave your...
  • What they're saying: Ravens are doomed on the road

    What they're saying: Ravens are doomed on the road
    The Ravens lost on the road, 34-14, to the San Diego Chargers on Sunday night. And now that they are back in second place in the AFC North -- they will remain there unless the Pittsburgh Steelers lose another game -- the consensus among a sampling of...
  • The Prospector: Young stars see no reason to wait around

    The Prospector: Young stars see no reason to wait around
    It’s becoming more and more common at the high school football level that this is not a game dominated by senior athletes. Freshmen, sophomores, and in some cases, even eighth-graders have been turning in impressive performances while seniors...