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  • Tale of the Tape: Bernard Pollard hits Stevan Ridley

    Tale of the Tape: Bernard Pollard hits Stevan Ridley
    Every week, blogger Matt Vensel breaks down a critical play, sometimes with the help of Ravens players, from that week’s game. This week he looks at Bernard Pollard’s momentum-turning tackle on Stevan Ridley. The AFC championship game was...
  • Three questions with Ravens defensive end Arthur Jones

    Three questions with Ravens defensive end Arthur Jones
    If not for outside linebacker Paul Kruger, who has tied a franchise record with at least one sack in five straight games, defensive end Arthur Jones might be the Ravens’ emerging defensive player as of late. Jones, the organization’s fifth-...
  • 'Ravens Nation' popularity surges again as championship nears

    'Ravens Nation' popularity surges again as championship nears
    Remember "Ravens Nation," the song written and performed by a group of Baltimore superfans? Well, it's back, with a few new twists. Matt Richey, Kenny Silkworth and Robert "McFreshington" Norton wrote the song last year in a frenzy of Ravens love...
  • Film Study: Looking back at the Ravens and 49ers

    Film Study: Looking back at the Ravens and 49ers
    Ravens 28, Patriots 13 Strategy: The Ravens' winning equation in the AFC championship was provided by fast-paced no-huddle, shotgun concepts and enough runs to keep the Patriots honest. Play-action was effective, particularly in the second half when Joe...
  • Ravens cap Super Bowl winning season with ring ceremony

    Ravens cap Super Bowl winning season with ring ceremony
    Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs had a pretty good idea about what was hidden on the table in front of him after he tried to move his seat and he was told that it wasn't a good idea. Suggs had waited a decade in the NFL for this moment. He decided he...
  • Leach's exit continues veteran exodus, spurs more questions

    Leach's exit continues veteran exodus, spurs more questions
    As you come to grips to life without Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach, consider the following statement: Before this offseason, no NFL team had lost more than five Super Bowl starters from its roster before the following season. As the Ravens start their...
  • Ravens have seen a lot of growth from Jimmy Smith

    Ravens have seen a lot of growth from Jimmy Smith
    Shadowing wide receiver Torrey Smith, cornerback Jimmy Smith flipped his hips and matched his stride step for step. The tight coverage Smith applied during the Ravens' minicamp was a continuation of what he started in the final moments of the Super...
  • The Ravens are sitting pretty after spring workouts

    The Ravens are sitting pretty after spring workouts
    After last week’s three-day mandatory minicamp, Ravens players and coaches have gone their separate ways. I’m sure the coaches have carved out some downtime for themselves -- their idea of downtime is watching tape next to a swimming pool...
  • 13 Ravens opponents in 13 days: Cleveland Browns

    13 Ravens opponents in 13 days: Cleveland Browns
    In anticipation of the 2013 NFL season, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will take a daily look at one of the 13 opponents on the Ravens’ regular-season schedule. Today is the Cleveland Browns. The Ravens, as you know, play the...
  • Will Suggs and Dumervil become most productive Ravens' pass-rushing duo ever?

    Will Suggs and Dumervil become most productive Ravens' pass-rushing duo ever?
    The talk started not long after Elvis Dumervil passed his physical and put his name on a Ravens contract in late March. The Ravens had finally found another proven pass rusher to pair with Terrell Suggs. Suggs and Dumervil were months away from even...
  • Ray Lewis' retirement will save Ravens $4.35 million in salary-cap space

    Ray Lewis' retirement will save Ravens $4.35 million in salary-cap space
    The salary-cap impact of Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis' pending retirement will amount to a net savings of $4.35 million for this year, an important bit of savings considering the AFC North champions' free agency needs. Due a $5.4 million base...