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  • Randy Starks felt violated by Steelers O-lineman, wants league to act

    Randy Starks felt violated by Steelers O-lineman, wants league to act
    DAVIE – It is common knowledge not everything that occurs in a fumble pile is suited for television. Steelers center Cody Wallace provided a perfect example of this during Sunday’s game against the Dolphins when he used his left fist to...
  • Five stats that stand out as the Ravens prepare to face the Detroit Lions

    Each Wednesday, blogger Matt Vensel highlights five stats that really mean something for the Ravens. 25 -- routes run out of the slot by Dennis Pitta on Sunday. Four months after injuring his hip, Pitta made his season debut in Sunday’s win over...
  • Joe Flacco chalks up his fourth-quarter success to experience in close games

    Joe Flacco chalks up his fourth-quarter success to experience in close games
    When the Ravens regained control of the ball Sunday down five points midway through the fourth quarter, quarterback Joe Flacco might as well have met the moment with a shrug. After all, once you have rallied your team past a top-seeded team in double...
  • Bengals defense reeling after loss of Geno Atkins

    Bengals defense reeling after loss of Geno Atkins
    The Cincinnati Bengals were dealt a crushing blow last week with the news that $55 million defensive tackle Geno Atkins had been lost for the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. Although the Bengals remain atop the AFC North...
  • Ravens' rookie class showing signs of progress

    Ravens' rookie class showing signs of progress
    Midway through the NFL season, the Ravens' rookie class has shown incremental signs of progress. With the exception of undrafted wide receiver Marlon Brown and free safety Matt Elam, a first-round pick, the other rookies have yet to make an impact....
  • Looking at the teams that pose the biggest threat to the Ravens' playoff hopes

    Looking at the teams that pose the biggest threat to the Ravens' playoff hopes
    It had been laid out for Ravens coach John Harbaugh long before he had the opportunity to get on his couch and spend a rare Sunday afternoon at home watching other NFL games on television. "I've got a big advantage because our owner, Steve Bisciotti,...
  • Steinberg: NFL still at the top

    I spent last week in Washington D.C. and the area is ablaze with Redskin mania. Every cab driver, shopkeeper and person I encountered is in a state of excitement about the prospects of the team. Robert Griffin III could be elected mayor in a landslide....
  • Pittsburgh Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger hits a bucket bull's-eye

    LATROBE, Pa. — Pittsburgh Steelers camp had a county fair feel to it Friday night, and it wasn't just because of the country band or the fireworks. Ben Roethlisberger and the rest of the quarterbacks stuck around for an impromptu competition to...
  • AFC North Notebook: Bengals QB Andy Dalton growing more dangerous

    AFC North Notebook: Bengals QB Andy Dalton growing more dangerous
    The last time Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton squared off against the Ravens' defense, he left M&T Bank Stadium thoroughly flustered. Dalton was harassed into several mistakes, including three interceptions, and was sacked five times....
  • ESPN's Jay Williams criticizes coach Mark Turgeon, Terps in loss to Florida State

    ESPN's Jay Williams criticizes coach Mark Turgeon, Terps in loss to Florida State
    Late in Maryland's 85-61 loss to Florida State, with the Seminoles at the line, a Terps comeback out of the question and his tank of in-game blowout filler running on empty, ESPN analyst Jay Williams made a U-turn off the Jameis Winston Reverence...
  • Bears are bad, but Lions remain worse

    Bears are bad, but Lions remain worse
    The Choice (and remember, death is not an option): The Bears' retaining defensive coordinator Mel Tucker or the Lions’ embarrassment trying to hire a head coach? The chokefest that marked the way these NFC North rivals closed the regular season...