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  • Lee Evans traded from Buffalo Bills to Baltimore Ravens

     
    Lee Evans has been traded from the Buffalo Bills to the Baltimore Ravens for a 2012 draft pick....
  • Three under-the-radar breakout candidates for the Ravens

    Three under-the-radar breakout candidates for the Ravens
    Last week, I chatted with Matt Williamson of ESPN’s Scouts Inc., and I got plenty of mileage out of our 15-minute phone conversation. To recap, Williamson, a former scout for the Browns, thinks the Steelers are slightly superior to the Ravens,...
  • Suggs on Flacco overanalysis in lockout: 'Everybody's bored'

    Suggs on Flacco overanalysis in lockout: 'Everybody's bored'
    Have you been wondering why folks around the football world have been talking about Joe Flacco so much (so much that I could put together this sizable photo gallery of Flacco backers and attackers)? Well, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has a good...
  • Mike Preston's report card: Patriots 23, Ravens 20, OT

    Mike Preston's report card: Patriots 23, Ravens 20, OT
    Quarterback: B- Joe Flacco had impressive numbers and actually threw well through the first three quarters. He still doesn't step up in the pocket, but he played well enough to win. The best defense he faced Sunday were the restraints put on him by his...
  • NFL to Suspend and Fine Players for Illegal Hits

    NFL to Suspend and Fine Players for Illegal Hits
    NEW YORK ( KTLA) -- Players will be immediately suspended for what the league considers dangerous and flagrant hits -- especially helmet-to-helmet hits -- NFL officials announced Tuesday. The announcement by NFL vice president of football operations...
  • Game 7: Ravens avoid embarrassing loss, beat Bills 37-34 in OT

    Game 7: Ravens avoid embarrassing loss, beat Bills 37-34 in OT
    On the day the Ravens celebrated the 10-year anniversary of their Super Bowl team, middle linebacker Ray Lewis provided a timely flashback. The only player remaining from that championship team, Lewis ripped the ball away from Buffalo rookie Shawn Nelson...
  • Team leaders: Regular season statistics

    Team leaders: Regular season statistics
    OFFENSE Passing yards 1. Joe Flacco: 3622 2. Sam Koch: 13 3. Anquan Boldin: -6 Passing touchdowns 1. Joe Flacco: 25 Rushing yards 1. Ray Rice: 1220 2. Willis McGahee: 380 3. Le'Ron McClain: 85 4. Joe Flacco: 84 5. Donte' Stallworth: 45 Rushing...
  • Mike Preston's report card: Ravens vs. Buccaneers

    Mike Preston's report card: Ravens vs. Buccaneers
    Quarterback Joe Flacco had a strong first half but did very little in the second. It has become typical of Flacco: hot for two quarters, cool for the other two. Those two touchdown passes were well-thrown, but Flacco gets a lot of yards going to his...
  • Game 11: Ravens show endurance in 17-10 win over Buccaneers

    Game 11: Ravens show endurance in 17-10 win over Buccaneers
    Survival proved to be a pressure-filled prelude to the Ravens' most eagerly awaited game of the season. After the Pittsburgh Steelers' overtime win in Buffalo, the Ravens needed to scratch out a 17-10 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before a once-...
  • Billick says NFL lockout will affect Ravens' draft philosophy

    Billick says NFL lockout will affect Ravens' draft philosophy
    After serving as the Ravens’ head coach for nine seasons, Brian Billick is kind of familiar with the way Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome and his staff operate in the offseason. And in a recent video for FOXsports.com, Billick said the NFL lockout could...
  • Building a team with the best draft picks in Ravens history

    Building a team with the best draft picks in Ravens history
    Fifteen years ago, the Ravens selected UCLA offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden and Miami linebacker Ray Lewis -- the two best players in franchise history -- in the first round of their first draft in Baltimore. Since then, the Ravens have continued to...