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  • 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...
  • Five for Friday: Five biggest road playoff wins in Ravens history

    Five for Friday: Five biggest road playoff wins in Ravens history
    The Ravens have never won a playoff game in Pittsburgh — a fact frequently brought up this week. They have, however, gone on the road in the playoffs and blown teams out. This week’s Five for Friday looks back at the five biggest road...
  • Ravens' Terrell Suggs intercepts Ben Roethlisberger's pass with his knees

    Ravens' Terrell Suggs intercepts Ben Roethlisberger's pass with his knees
    The ball hit off the hands of Pittsburgh Steelers running back Ben Tate and was bobbled by Terrell Suggs before the Ravens outside linebacker intercepted a pass by Ben Roethlisberger in unconventional fashion. Suggs managed to trap the ball between...
  • Ravens defense has eight sacks, shuts out Jaguars in second half of 20-12 win

    Ravens defense has eight sacks, shuts out Jaguars in second half of 20-12 win
    It went unsaid in the defensive huddle late in the game, when the Ravens were trying to put away a Jacksonville Jaguars team that made things difficult all afternoon, but it certainly was on everybody’s mind. The wounds from the Ravens’ late...
  • 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...
  • Talented Will Hill determined, again, to stay out of trouble

    Talented Will Hill determined, again, to stay out of trouble
    Will Hill can routinely recite lines from the "Harry Potter" films, a familiarity bred from becoming a self-described homebody by abandoning a habit of frequenting nightclubs. Hill has seen every movie in the "Hunger Games" trilogy. And the Ravens'...
  • 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...
  • In desperate need of repair, Ravens secondary should get some help Sunday

    The black ski cap and sweatshirt veteran cornerback Lardarius Webb wore this week matched the seriousness of his mood and direness of the situation facing the Ravens' beleaguered secondary. Webb sighed, took a deep breath and spoke passionately about...
  • Finally, no more Ray Rice in Baltimore

    Finally, no more Ray Rice in Baltimore
    The only time we'll have to see Ray Rice at M&T Bank Stadium is if he's playing for the Ravens' opponent. The days of Rice flexing his biceps and Rice Halloween costumes are gone. We won't have to hear about Rice conspiracies or controversies much longer....