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  • It's game on for NFL's new coaches, especially Eagles' Chip Kelly

    In keeping with tradition, the NFL sent questionnaires to its eight new head coaches during the off-season, quizzing them on random topics. Among the questions was, "Who has the hardest job in football?" Answered Chip Kelly of the Philadelphia Eagles:...
  • Kansas City Chiefs get big test when they travel to Denver on Sunday

    The Kansas City Chiefs are 9-0 and the NFL's only undefeated team. But how good are they, really? We'll know a lot more Sunday when the Chiefs play at Denver in a pivotal AFC West showdown. None of the teams the Chiefs have beaten have a winning...
  • There's no easy way out for these first-place NFL teams

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  • Ravens offense wakes up in second half of 24-9 win over Colts

    Ravens offense wakes up in second half of 24-9 win over Colts
    Ray Lewis ran on the field one more time and the man who has written the Ravens’ defensive record book had another career first left in him. As quarterback Joe Flacco prepared to kneel down, Lewis jogged about 10 yards behind him and took his...
  • Peyton Manning sets TD record on otherwise crazy Sunday

    Peyton Manning sets TD record on otherwise crazy Sunday
    On another bizarre NFL Sunday, when Seattle lost at home for the first time in two years, Carolina secured its first playoff berth in five years, and a bunch of left-for-dead teams somehow maintained a postseason pulse, something very typical happened:...
  • Ed Reed hasn't heard from Ravens, hopes to remain with Super Bowl champions

    Ed Reed hasn't heard from Ravens, hopes to remain with Super Bowl champions
    For Ravens veteran free safety Ed Reed, the waiting game continues. Reed is set to become an unrestricted free agent for the first time after completing his six-year, $44.5 million contract with the Ravens. The former NFL Defensive Player of the Year'...
  • With Joe Flacco's deal done, Ravens will likely decline to use franchise tag

    With Joe Flacco's deal done, Ravens will likely decline to use franchise tag
    Now that quarterback Joe Flacco is poised to become the highest paid player in the NFL by virtue of a $120.6 million contract, the Ravens aren't expected to use the franchise tag on any of their other unrestricted free agents. Although Monday...
  • Super Bowl broadcast marred with excess commercialism, scripted approach

    UPDATE (1 a.m.) at end of post with review of NFL Network's excellent post-game show and comment on Flacco profanity after game. It was a fabulous day and night for TV football, with the Ravens winning the Super Bowl, 34-31. But little thanks for that...
  • Ravens' playoff game against Colts set for 1 p.m. Sunday on CBS

    Ravens' playoff game against Colts set for 1 p.m. Sunday on CBS
    The AFC North division champion Ravens' AFC wild-card playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts is set for Sunday at 1 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium, the NFL announced tonight. The game features the emotional return of Colts coach Chuck Pagano, a popular ...
  • 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...
  • Ray Lewis says he'll retire after Ravens season ends

    Ray Lewis says he'll retire after Ravens season ends
    Ray Lewis, the face of the Ravens since he played in the franchise's first game in Memorial Stadium and arguably the greatest linebacker in NFL history, will make this year's playoff run his last. Lewis, who expects to return from a torn triceps for...