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  • Scouting report for Ravens vs. Titans

    Scouting report for Ravens vs. Titans
    PASSING GAME RAVENS: Joe Flacco has gone three straight games with at least one interception and he's been sacked six times during that span. Even more concerning, the Ravens are getting decreasing production from their receivers. Steve Smith had more...
  • Nickel package: Five things to watch in Ravens vs. Titans

    Nickel package: Five things to watch in Ravens vs. Titans
    As the Ravens (5-4) square off with the visiting Tennessee Titans (2-6) at 1 p.m. today, here’s Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson’s checklist of things to keep an eye on: 1. Turnovers One of the major reasons the Ravens are in last place...
  • Help wanted: Injuries, ineptitude leave Ravens desperate for improved secondary

    Help wanted: Injuries, ineptitude leave Ravens desperate for improved secondary
    Standing calmly in the pocket with time to scan the field, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger had an inviting view of the Ravens' secondary last Sunday. From his vantage point, Roethlisberger easily saw the holes in a defensive backfield...
  • Ravens' revamped secondary comes up big against Titans

    Ravens' revamped secondary comes up big against Titans
    Inside the Ravens' training complex Wednesday, veteran cornerback Lardarius Webb huddled the defensive backs and delivered an emotional speech about their recent declining play. As the elder statesman of the secondary, Webb reached back to the days of...
  • Ravens 10-pack on Steve Smith's production, the steadying run game, and defensive dominance at home

    Ravens 10-pack on Steve Smith's production, the steadying run game, and defensive dominance at home
    Welcome to the Monday Ravens 10-Pack, where reporter Jon Meoli hits on 10 stats, notes, and thoughts following a 21-7 win over the Tennessee Titans that was somehow both closer and less competitive than the score indicated. Read ahead for notes on the...
  • Five Things We Learned from the Ravens' 21-7 win over the Tennessee Titans

    As he does after each game, Childs Walker shares his five biggest takeaways from Sunday's 21-7 Ravens victory over the Tennessee Titans at M&T Bank Stadium. 1. Some wins leave you with an uncertain feeling. If you merely glanced at the score, the...
  • Film study of the Ravens' 21-7 win over the Titans

    Film study of the Ravens' 21-7 win over the Titans
    GAME PLAN: In a minor departure from some previous approaches, the Ravens mostly stuck to short passes, except for a late lob from Joe Flacco to Torrey Smith for a 32-yard touchdown pass. The Ravens had to adjust their blocking schemes and go with more of...
  • Ravens CB Asa Jackson returns to practice, remains on injured reserve-designated to return

    Ravens CB Asa Jackson returns to practice, remains on injured reserve-designated to return
    Ravens cornerback Asa Jackson has replaced his walking boot with football cleats, and returned to practice Friday for the first time since severely spraining his toe against the Indianapolis Colts. Jackson remains on injured reserve-designated to...
  • Lardarius Webb named Ravens' annual Ed Block Courage Award winner

    Lardarius Webb named Ravens' annual Ed Block Courage Award winner
    Ravens veteran cornerback Lardarius Webb is in the stretch run of a difficult season that began with him sidelined due to a lower-back injury. Webb's teammates recognized him for his perseverance Saturday when he was voted the Ravens' annual Ed Block...
  • Nickel package: Five things to watch in Ravens at Saints

    Nickel package: Five things to watch in Ravens at Saints
    As the Ravens (6-4) prepare to play the New Orleans Saints (4-6) on Monday night at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, here's Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson’s checklist of things to watch: 1.  What’s the plan against Jimmy Graham? The...
  • Ravens are $4.287 million under NFL salary-cap limit after grievances

    Ravens are $4.287 million under NFL salary-cap limit after grievances
    The Ravens are now $4.287 million under the NFL salary-cap limit of $133 million. That includes a subtraction of $1.411 million in salary-cap space that was held when indefinitely suspended former running back Ray Rice filed a grievance against the team...