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  • New-look Ravens offense may need time to unlock potential

    New-look Ravens offense may need time to unlock potential
    When Joe Flacco breaks the huddle Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, only two players — guards Marshal Yanda and Ben Grubbs — will have more tenure in the Ravens' offense than the fourth-year quarterback. Sweeping changes have taken...
  • Ravens-Steelers primer: Ravens were rebuilt to take on Steelers

    Ravens-Steelers primer: Ravens were rebuilt to take on Steelers
    Before we officially embrace the 2011 season today, let’s take one last look at how last season ended. In a 31-24 divisional playoff loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh, the Ravens blew a big first-half lead, gave up an inexplicable deep ball on...
  • Ravens counting on Dickson, Pitta to fill void left by Heap

    Ravens counting on Dickson, Pitta to fill void left by Heap
    Separated by just 44 picks in the 2010 draft, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta still bring a tag-team dimension to the Ravens a year later. Indeed, it seems fitting the Ravens will try to replace two-time Pro Bowl tight end Todd Heap this season with a...
  • All the Ravens' changes make Steelers coach uneasy

    All the Ravens' changes make Steelers coach uneasy
    The Ravens said goodbye to a lot of years of experience and special memories in parting ways this offseason with the likes of Todd Heap, Derrick Mason and Kelly Gregg. But that could be a good thing — or at the very least, an advantage early in the...
  • Time to start answering bell

    Have the Eagles assembled the "Dream Team," or is this another fantasy football roster built to disappoint? That's just one of the pressing questions heading into this NFL season. A few of the others: Did the lockout truly favor those teams with an...
  • Quick Hits: Ravens 35, Steelers 7

    Quick Hits: Ravens 35, Steelers 7
    The Ravens got a chance to make a statement at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday, and they announced loud and clear to every football fan between here and Heinz Field that they have the talent and the tenacity to end the Steelers' supremacy in the AFC North. It'...
  • Five Things We Learned in the Ravens' 35-7 win over the Steelers

    Five Things We Learned in the Ravens' 35-7 win over the Steelers
    1. This was more than a win. It was a statement. For the first time since 2006, the Ravens were more physical, more athletic, more aggressive and more intense than the Steelers for 60 minutes. The didn't just beat their rival, they made them look old,...
  • Dickson and Pitta silence doubters with strong play

    Dickson and Pitta silence doubters with strong play
    The decision to part ways with tight end Todd Heap elicited questions about the ability of Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta to succeed Heap. Those questions continue to linger, but perhaps not as prominent as they did in the preseason. Dickson led the Ravens...
  • Baltimore Ravens rebuilding on the fly: So far, so good

    Baltimore Ravens rebuilding on the fly: So far, so good
    It wasn’t a total renovation, but the Ravens began to rebuild on the fly as soon as the NFL lockout ended in July. One of three teams that have made at least three straight playoff appearances (the Colts and Eagles are the others), the Ravens...
  • Rice, Suggs moving on from Ravens' loss to Jaguars

    Rice, Suggs moving on from Ravens' loss to Jaguars
    Running back Ray Rice said that he's not going to point any fingers, and linebacker Terrell Suggs wasn't sure what all the fuss was about. Two days after Suggs questioned how many carries Rice got in a 12-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Ravens...
  • Todd Heap hopes to return from injury to face the Ravens

    Todd Heap hopes to return from injury to face the Ravens
    TEMPE, Ariz. -- Tight end Todd Heap spent his first 10 NFL seasons with the Ravens, so he has looked forward to returning to Baltimore this weekend since signing with the Cardinals last summer. The trip would be even better if Heap can play, something he...