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  • Mike Preston grades the Ravens' 29-14 win over the Houston Texans

    Quarterback: B Joe Flacco played much tougher than his 78.5 quarterback rating. He held the ball until the last second and delivered some good passes while taking a beating. Flacco got away with some completions while throwing off his back foot. He...
  • Cody now handling his share of the load alongside Ngata

    Cody now handling his share of the load alongside Ngata
    Watching video, Terrence Cody's eyes gloss over the other members of the Ravens' defense until he homes in on a familiar figure. Kelly Gregg usually isn't hard to find. He's the short and squatty guy in the middle of everything, constantly keeping his...
  • Ravens will try to remain calm against Steelers

    Ravens will try to remain calm against Steelers
    To avoid yellow penalty flags, the Ravens are going to have to stop seeing red. With a Sunday night showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers looming, the Ravens know they must rein in their emotions if they harbor any hope of leaving Heinz field with a...
  • Redding returns to Seattle with the Ravens

    Redding returns to Seattle with the Ravens
    Before Cory Redding signed with the Ravens in 2010, he spent a season lining up at defensive end for the Seahawks. Redding racked up a pair of sacks in three starts for Seattle in 2009 and played in 15 games. Redding, who spent his first six seasons in...
  • Ravens will need poise in the noise at NFL's loudest stadium

    Ravens will need poise in the noise at NFL's loudest stadium
    The crowd roared as the Ravens trotted out their field goal unit. The sound blared louder as Billy Cundiff went through his pre-kick routine. Any barking along the line was rendered inaudible. Only after Morgan Cox had fired the football through his legs...
  • Defense can't stop Seahawks one final time

    Defense can't stop Seahawks one final time
    After pulling off one Houdini-like act after another and limiting the Seattle Seahawks to field goals despite their advantageous field position, the Ravens defense needed to force the Seahawks to punt one more time and give the ball back to the Ravens'...
  • Some starters will play three quarters vs. Redskins

    The Ravens starters will play into the third quarter and could possibly play the entire period against the Washington Redskins at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday night, coach John Harbaugh said. "We'll see," he said after Tuesday's practice at the team's...
  • Redding a mentor for Ravens' young defensive linemen

    Redding a mentor for Ravens' young defensive linemen
    During a recent practice at the Ravens' training facility in Owings Mills, Pernell McPhee walked off the field and made a beeline for Cory Redding. For at least a minute, the two defensive ends — one a rookie, the other a nine-year veteran —...
  • Ravens sit starting offensive linemen despite lack of playing time together

    Ravens sit starting offensive linemen despite lack of playing time together
    The Ravens decided to take the cautious route by sitting their starting offensive line for the preseason finale. That means the first time all five starters will play together will be the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Starting center...
  • Mike Preston's Ravens report card

    Mike Preston's Ravens report card
    Quarterbacks: This was the most composed Joe Flacco has ever been against Pittsburgh. He made some really tight throws over the middle and was patient going through his progressions. Even when he had a couple of bad throws, Flacco regrouped quickly. He...
  • New emphasis on sack numbers pays off for Ravens

    New emphasis on sack numbers pays off for Ravens
    On the first day of training camp, Clarence Brooks, the Ravens defensive line coach, walked up to a whiteboard in the unit's meeting room and wrote two numbers — 27 and 48 — on the board. After getting quizzical looks and no answers, Brooks...