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  • Torrey Smith was productive for Ravens, but parting is good for both sides

    Regardless of local ties or community interests, the Ravens and wide receiver Torrey Smith made good business decisions over the weekend. Even though it won't be official until late Tuesday afternoon, Smith is expected to leave the Ravens and play for...
  • Ravens news and notes on Torrey Smith, Pernell McPhee and more

    Whatever the Ravens decide on pending free agent wide receiver Torrey Smith, it will be met by a decidedly mixed reaction from fans. I hear regularly from those who want the Ravens to pull out all the stops and re-sign Smith, and I hear just as often...
  • Sorry, a Wednesday in February isn't time to judge Golden

    Sorry, a Wednesday in February isn't time to judge Golden
    CORAL GABLES – The telling moment came when Al Golden quoted the money scene of the movie Moneyball. This isn't an easy time for Golden, if you've paid attention. He's under fire. He's publicly questioned. His schemes and methods are issues. And...
  • After disciplined upbringing, former Calvert Hall defensive star Adrian Amos ready for the NFL

    After disciplined upbringing, former Calvert Hall defensive star Adrian Amos ready for the NFL
    Penn State safety Adrian Amos read Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller's eyes, remaining patient as he anticipated the path of the throw. Only a sophomore, Amos knew he had waited long enough to make his move. He jumped the passing lane and made the...
  • Pats Prepare For Familiar Playoff Foe, Road-Tested Ravens

    Pats Prepare For Familiar Playoff Foe, Road-Tested Ravens
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The New England Patriots waited a week only to learn that a familiar foe would make a return visit. A foe with a history of playoff success in a stadium where the Patriots rarely lose. The Baltimore Ravens will fly to...
  • Beaten and benched, Ravens safety Matt Elam is feeling good again

    Beaten and benched, Ravens safety Matt Elam is feeling good again
    Matt Elam knows that he didn’t handle his midseason demotion well, but at the time, the Ravens safety was angry about losing his starting job and especially down on himself.   “It was killing me at first,” Elam said Thursday. “...
  • Top priority for the Ravens is to find some playmakers

    Top priority for the Ravens is to find some playmakers
    As the Ravens begin the offseason, they already have the foundation for building a stronger team next year because of the youth on both interior lines. Now, over the next six or seven months, they need to add some playmakers. Walking out of Gillette...
  • Ravens 10-pack on Gary Kubiak staying in Baltimore, a strong offensive finale, and more

    Ravens 10-pack on Gary Kubiak staying in Baltimore, a strong offensive finale, and more
    Welcome to the Ravens 10-Pack, where reporter Jon Meoli hits on 10 stats, notes, and thoughts after the New England Patriots ended the Ravens' season with a 35-31 win Saturday. Read ahead for notes on a positive season finale for the offense, and a...
  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston
    The Ravens are coming off a 30-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC wild-card round, and they visit the New England Patriots for a divisional playoff game Saturday. As he does each week, columnist Mike Preston took a handful of reader...
  • With little to lose, Jaguars special teams challenge Ravens

    With little to lose, Jaguars special teams challenge Ravens
    After staking the team to an early lead on a blocked punt returned for a touchdown on the game's opening drive, the Ravens' special teams unit uncharacteristically faltered. Jacksonville's David strategies against the heavily-favored Ravens, including a...
  • Ravens need to get an attitude, be more physical

    Ravens need to get an attitude, be more physical
    The Ravens' former style of play is what hurts them. The present Ravens don't play a dominant, physical style, but opponents remember. In the past two weeks, they have had a similar theme. They wanted to out-hit the Ravens. They wanted to be more...