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  • Ravens head of security charged with sex offense

    Ravens head of security charged with sex offense
    The head of security for the Baltimore Ravens is accused of groping a stadium worker and forcing himself against her after a team home game. Police late Tuesday charged Darren I. Sanders with a fourth-degree sex offense stemming from the allegations...
  • Baltimore Ravens' head of security charged with sex offense

    Baltimore Ravens' head of security charged with sex offense
    The head of security for the Baltimore Ravens has been placed on paid leave after being charged with a sex offense stemming from allegations that he groped a woman at the Ravens' stadium on Dec. 14, according to court records and a team spokesman....
  • A lesson about the athletes we cover

    A lesson about the athletes we cover
    The phone call arrived late on a Saturday in February from a friend. The message delivered was shocking: running back Ray Rice, one of the Ravens’ most popular and community-oriented players, had been arrested for knocking out his then-fiancee,...
  • Misreading the Ray Rice situation

    Misreading the Ray Rice situation
    I’m still trying to figure out what I was thinking the day the NFL announced that Ray Rice had been suspended for just two games for the Atlantic City incident. The blog item I wrote at the time said the two-game suspension was a “best-...
  • Ravens find the ideal replacement

    Ravens find the ideal replacement
    For the Ravens, the 2014 season will undoubtedly be remembered for Ray Rice’s stunning fall, from a respected and beloved Pro Bowl running back to the face of the league’s domestic violence problem. Rice’s actions in the elevator of an...
  • Facing must-win game, and needing help, Ravens prepare for potential change

    Facing must-win game, and needing help, Ravens prepare for potential change
    The thought crossed wide receiver Torrey Smith's mind last week following the Ravens' disappointing loss to the Houston Texans. After playing four seasons for the Ravens, after winning a Super Bowl with them in his second year and after making Baltimore...
  • The year in maddening apologies

    The year in maddening apologies
    You name it, in 2014, someone in the public eye has done it, received a whole lot of social media backlash for it and then quickly gone back on what they did, grovelling for the acceptance of the masses. We may not have taught anyone to think before...
  • Ravens running back Justin Forsett surprises linemen with televisions

    Ravens running back Justin Forsett surprises linemen with televisions
    Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett, who took over this season after Ray Rice's suspension and eventual release, surprised his offensive linemen with big-screen televisions for Christmas. “That's a great gesture by him,” said center...
  • Ravens 10-pack on road pass-blocking woes, defensive bright spots and more

    Ravens 10-pack on road pass-blocking woes, defensive bright spots and more
    Welcome to the Monday Ravens 10-Pack, where reporter Jon Meoli hits on 10 stats, notes, and thoughts after a 25-13 loss to the Houston Texans. Read ahead for notes on where it went wrong offensively, some bright spots in stopping the run, and the total...
  • Biggest stories of 2014 didn't need traditional news outlets

    Biggest stories of 2014 didn't need traditional news outlets
    Gaza, Ferguson, a casino elevator in New Jersey — this was the year that raw images and social media, not gatekeepers, drove the national conversation. From photos posted on Twitter to bits of raw video shot on smartphones and surveillance...
  • Ravens give $400,000 to relationship violence group

    Ravens give $400,000 to relationship violence group
    The Baltimore Ravens, thrust into a national debate over domestic violence after former running back Ray Rice punched and knocked out his future wife, is giving $400,000 to a local foundation that works to combat the problem. The One Love Foundation,...