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  • Harbaugh finds success with challenges, but Rice's fumble-free streak ends

    Harbaugh finds success with challenges, but Rice's fumble-free streak ends
    A lackluster offensive display against the Jacksonville Jaguars Monday night notwithstanding, John Harbaugh and the Ravens have been sharp when it comes to overturning plays this season. Harbaugh improved to 5-of-6 in challenging officials' rulings. He...
  • Ravens' pursuit of new deal with Ray Rice starts now

    Ravens' pursuit of new deal with Ray Rice starts now
    Ravens officials watched, occasionally with jaws dropped, as Ray Rice danced and darted around opposing defenders in his first four NFL seasons. Now the time has come for the Ravens to wrap up Rice and make sure that the diminutive running back remains...
  • ESPN gets off to rocky start in look and sound of Ravens prime-time game

    ESPN gets off to rocky start in look and sound of Ravens prime-time game
    What was going on with ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” during the first quarter? The primary camera shot was so far back and wide, I thought I was looking at high-school game film shot with a Kodak from atop press box – in 1967....
  • Sighting: Kelsey Grammer at Le Colonial

    Sighting: Kelsey Grammer at Le Colonial
    Kelsey Grammer had dinner with four guests at Le Colonial on Tuesday. The former "Frasier" star, who is filming Starz's "Boss" in Chicago, ordered lychee sangria, singha beer, chao tom, goi ga cuon and banh xao. The Bulls' Derrick Rose had dinner at...
  • Maurice Jones-Drew, Will Hill show why social media like Twitter is evil

    Maurice Jones-Drew, Will Hill show why social media like Twitter is evil
    They thought they were better off without us, but now all those athletes are finding out just how much the media helped them. Remember when athletes used to think the media attacked them and made them look bad? Little did they know the media protected...
  • Quick hits: Ravens beat the Bengals, win AFC North

    Quick hits: Ravens beat the Bengals, win AFC North
    It was a long, winding road with plenty of twists and turns, but with Sunday’s 24-16 win against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens have won the AFC North for the first time in the John Harbaugh era. The Ravens were on the ropes late in the fourth...
  • How AFC West was won — if you can call it that

    T he beeping you hear is coming from the AFC West champion Denver Broncos, who are moving in reverse, having lost three in a row. The bleeping you hear is coming from the Black Hole, which watched the Oakland Raiders blow a chance Sunday to get to the...
  • CORRECTION: Rice in running for weekly award for third time this season

    CORRECTION: Rice in running for weekly award for third time this season
    Ray Rice is becoming a regular in the competition to be named the FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Week. For the third time this season, the Ravens running back is vying for the award after rushing 24 times for 191 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday’...
  • Rice is named AFC Offensive Player of the Week

    Rice is named AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    The reward that Ray Rice cared about after the Ravens' 24-16 victory Sunday over the Cincinnati Bengals was the AFC North title, a first-round bye, and a second-round home playoff game. However, Rice's performance got him a personal honor as well as...
  • Rice captures weekly award for second time this season

    Ray Rice was named the FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Week Wednesday, joining the Philadelphia Eagles’ LeSean McCoy as the only two-time winners of this honor in 2011. The Ravens running back was cited for rushing 24 times for 191 yards and two...
  • Suggs, Ngata, Leach named first-team All-Pros

    Suggs, Ngata, Leach named first-team All-Pros
    The Associated Press NFL All-Pro teams were announced Friday, and three Ravens players were named to the first team: outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and fullback Vonta Leach. Suggs led the Ravens with 14 sacks in 2011, and...