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Michael Huff

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  • James Ihedigbo quietly makes a difference for Ravens

    James Ihedigbo quietly makes a difference for Ravens
    There will be a lot of talk about safeties this week with Ed Reed returning to Baltimore as a member of the Houston Texans, Matt Elam earning a starting spot for the Ravens and Michael Huff trying to contribute off the bench. One player who probably...
  • Ravens rookie Matt Elam eager to learn as his NFL education continues

    Ravens rookie Matt Elam eager to learn as his NFL education continues
    The education of Ravens rookie free safety Matt Elam is approaching a pivotal early phase, a moment he intends to be ready for. The first-round draft pick already knows what's heading his way Sunday against the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium. He'...
  • Ravens snap count observations from Sunday's loss and the entire 2013 season

    Finally, in Sunday’s 34-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens were able to use tight end Dennis Pitta as they originally envisioned before training camp kicked off. Pitta, in his fourth game back from hip surgery, played 63 snaps against the...
  • Seven tidbits and takeaways from John Harbaugh's season-ending press conference

    Seven tidbits and takeaways from John Harbaugh's season-ending press conference
    John Harbaugh met with the Baltimore media on Tuesday morning to talk about his first non-winning season as the Ravens’ head coach and where his team will go from here. The franchise will hold its annual “State of the Ravens” presser...
  • Newsome: Bigger interior line, athletic safety, clutch receiver lead offseason agenda

    Newsome: Bigger interior line, athletic safety, clutch receiver lead offseason agenda
    It didn't take long for Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome to rattle off a specific list of priorities atop his offseason agenda. He's looking for a bulkier, more powerful middle of the offensive line, a play-making safety and a sure-handed receiver...
  • On the Anquan Boldin trade, hindsight and letting a player go too early

    On the Anquan Boldin trade, hindsight and letting a player go too early
    There is a saying when it comes to Ozzie Newsome and the Ravens. No, not “In Ozzie We Trust,” but it has a similar refrain. It’s that the Ravens, who are respected across the NFL for their talent evaluation above all else, have shown...
  • Super Bowl appearance will cap roller-coaster year for former Raven Huff

    Super Bowl appearance will cap roller-coaster year for former Raven Huff
    Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is largely the reason that free safety Michael Huff lost his starting job with the Ravens. Now, he’s the reason that Huff will get a chance to play in the Super Bowl. It’s been a rollercoaster season...
  • Ravens snap count observations from Sunday's win over the Houston Texans

    Ravens snap count observations from Sunday's win over the Houston Texans
    With Ray Rice parked on the sideline in street clothes after suffering a hip injury last weekend, Bernard Pierce made his first NFL start Sunday against the Houston Texans. Predictably, it was his busiest afternoon to date. Pierce was on the field for...
  • Ravens snap count observations from Sunday's loss against the Buffalo Bills

    Ravens snap count observations from Sunday's loss against the Buffalo Bills
    After sitting out last week's win over the Houston Texans with a hip injury, the first game he had missed since his rookie season, running back Ray Rice was listed as questionable heading into Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills. Not only did...
  • Once 'black and blue,' some in AFC North closer to down and out

    Once 'black and blue,' some in AFC North closer to down and out
    The logic was sound. The Ravens were the defending Super Bowl champions and hadn't missed the playoffs since 2007. The Cincinnati Bengals made the playoffs in consecutive seasons and were poised to take the next step. The Pittsburgh Steelers haven't had...
  • More tough roster choices in 2014

    More tough roster choices in 2014
    The mass exodus from the Ravens roster after their Super Bowl victory was triggered by familiar culprits. The age of key veterans and a lack of salary cap space forced the Ravens into bargain-hunting mode as they overhauled a championship squad. A...