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  • Ravens need to keep Gary Kubiak at all costs

    Ravens need to keep Gary Kubiak at all costs
    "Black Monday" is the day after the NFL regular season ends and when head coaches get fired. It might also be the beginning of the end of Gary Kubiak's one-year tenure as the Ravens' offensive coordinator. Kubiak downplayed questions on Thursday about...
  • Ravens need to get an attitude, be more physical

    Ravens need to get an attitude, be more physical
    The Ravens' former style of play is what hurts them. The present Ravens don't play a dominant, physical style, but opponents remember. In the past two weeks, they have had a similar theme. They wanted to out-hit the Ravens. They wanted to be more...
  • South Carolina's Mike Davis headed to NFL, no days off for UM's Golden

    South Carolina's Mike Davis headed to NFL, no days off for UM's Golden
    Saturday’s matchup between Miami and South Carolina in the Duck Commander Independence Bowl features to be a showdown of two high-octane offenses fueled by a pair of potent junior running backs—one of whom announced Thursday he’s...
  • Ravens are just average in a league full of mediocrity

    Ravens are just average in a league full of mediocrity
    The NFL is great at providing false hope and security within the fan base of each of its teams. That's what has happened here in Baltimore. Because of the way they finished in 2013, the Ravens didn't have to face the first-place teams in the AFC West...
  • Playing favorites: Seahawks, Patriots look like teams to beat

    The Sports Xchange By Ira Miller, The Sports Xchange Playing favorites: Seahawks, Patriots look like teams to beat Seattle, the defending champion, and New England, which has reached the Super Bowl five times previously with Tom Brady at quarterback,...
  • Bianchi: Why is Jameis Winston's FSU more hated than Aaron Hernandez's Gators?

     Bianchi: Why is Jameis Winston's FSU more hated than Aaron Hernandez's Gators?
    LOS ANGELES — Jameis Winston helped a handicapped kid get out of his wheelchair and walk two days ago. And yet nobody in the national media wrote a glowing column commending him for it. But if Winston or one of his Florida State teammates had so...
  • ESPN analysts sack Jay Cutler: 'This is hard to watch'

    ESPN analysts sack Jay Cutler: 'This is hard to watch'
    It was open season Monday night on Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. It is hard to remember the last time ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” crew went after a player harder and with such intensity. Then again, Cutler gave them plenty of...
  • Five Things We Learned from the Ravens' 20-12 win over Jacksonville Jaguars

    Five Things We Learned from the Ravens' 20-12 win over Jacksonville Jaguars
    As he does each week, Childs Walker shares his five biggest takeaways from the Ravens' 20-12 victory Sunday over the Jacksonville Jaguars. 1. Just take the win and don’t think about the how. The Ravens have to review film of their toxic waste...
  • Finally, no more Ray Rice in Baltimore

    Finally, no more Ray Rice in Baltimore
    The only time we'll have to see Ray Rice at M&T Bank Stadium is if he's playing for the Ravens' opponent. The days of Rice flexing his biceps and Rice Halloween costumes are gone. We won't have to hear about Rice conspiracies or controversies much longer....
  • Rice needs to be apologetic, forthcoming to rebuild image

    Rice needs to be apologetic, forthcoming to rebuild image
    As former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice tries to rehabilitate an image sullied by domestic violence — a crucial step in restarting his NFL career — branding experts and sports analysts say he faces a straightforward, yet imposing task:...
  • Fans focused on current players, not Ray Rice, at Ravens-Chargers game

    Fans focused on current players, not Ray Rice, at Ravens-Chargers game
    Entering Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers, Ravens fans said their focus was mostly on their current team, not on a running back who used to play for them. But with the Chargers' 27th-ranked rushing offense and Ray Rice's successful appeal to...