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  • Quick hits: Joe Flacco does it again in a Ravens win

    Quick hits: Joe Flacco does it again in a Ravens win
    Baltimore will most certainly live up to its Charm City billing for at least the next week or so after the Ravens stunned the Steelers, 23-20, on Sunday night -- a win that gives them their first series sweep of their AFC North rivals in the John...
  • Ravens' Oher focused on developing into elite left tackle

    Ravens' Oher focused on developing into elite left tackle
    There's no pretense to Michael Oher. The massive offensive tackle for the Ravens enjoyed an offseason during which his autobiography, "I Beat the Odds," peaked at No. 3 on the New York Times bestsellers list and he was the darling of major media...
  • Reed, Ngata latest Ravens to bow out of this weekend's Pro Bowl

    Reed, Ngata latest Ravens to bow out of this weekend's Pro Bowl
    The Ravens' contingent at Sunday's Pro Bowl game in Honolulu, Hawaii keeps shrinking by the day. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and safety Ed Reed have become the latest Ravens to pull out of the game, leaving them with four representatives instead of the...
  • NFL scouting combine preview: outside linebackers

    NFL scouting combine preview: outside linebackers
    The NFL scouting combine starts Feb. 22. In advance of the annual meat market in Indianapolis, staff writer Matt Vensel will examine each position and give Ravens fans the 4-1-1. In this post he looks at outside linebackers. The top prospects: Alabama'...
  • Here are 10 marquee NFL games ... if there is an NFL season

    Here are 10 marquee NFL games ... if there is an NFL season
    As we read and hear daily until our senses throb, labor strife could erase some, if not all, of the 2011 NFL season. But there is common ground and common sense, and hopefully players and owners find it, making the schedule unveiled Tuesday a reality....
  • Chris Ellis, linebacker from Bethel and Virginia Tech, enjoys ride on Pittsburgh practice squad

    Chris Ellis, linebacker from Bethel and Virginia Tech, enjoys ride on Pittsburgh practice squad
    Chris Ellis started an NFL game for the first time Sept. 12. He had five tackles and his first career sack as the Buffalo Bills lost their season opener to the Miami Dolphins, 15-10. Less than a month later, the Bills released Ellis, an outside...
  • ESPN's Walker says Polamalu was AFC North's best player

    ESPN's Walker says Polamalu was AFC North's best player
    James Walker, who has a pretty sweet gig as ESPN's blogger for the AFC North, has put together his annual list of the top 40 players in the division. He has slowly been revealing his "Fab 40" all week, and he posted the final four players this afternoon....
  • Study that rates football helmets could have a lasting impact

    Study that rates football helmets could have a lasting impact
    Stefan Duma is unlikely to join Bruce Smith, Frank Beamer and Michael Vick on Virginia Tech football's Mount Rushmore. But his contributions to the game may prove as enduring as any sack, game plan or touchdown pass. A professor at the Virginia Tech-Wake...
  • Colts wide receiver Austin Collie wants to put concussions behind him

    Colts wide receiver Austin Collie wants to put concussions behind him
    There Austin Collie's body laid motionless near the 35 yard line during the week 9 match-up of the Indianapolis Colts vs. Philadelphia Eagles. His body immediately went stiff after a hit to his head by Eagles safety Kurt Coleman, resulting in a...
  • After exceptional regular seasons, three Peninsula products endure playoff heartache

    After exceptional regular seasons, three Peninsula products endure playoff heartache
    The three NFL starters from the Peninsula had landmark regular seasons. Each excelled for a division champion, two made the Pro Bowl and the other was part of NFL history. But January is football's cruelest month, and all endured the frustrations of an...
  • David Teel: Feb. 2, 2009: Tomlin guides Pittsburgh to 6th Super Bowl title

    Mike Tomlin coached timid early, and his Pittsburgh Steelers melted down late. But on a Sunday evening for the football ages, Pittsburgh defeated the Arizona Cardinals 27-23 to claim a record sixth Super Bowl victory and elevate Tomlin to the coaching...