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The Baltimore SunLong before linebacker Ray Lewis decided it was his time to walk away from the hard-hitting game he had become the face of, teammate Terrell Suggs started to realize that time was running out. Not just for Lewis, but for himself and many of his...
Tags: Sports, Ozzie Newsome, Cam Cameron, Ed Dickson, Bobbie Williams
The Baltimore SunStanding in front of his players in the team auditorium on Halloween morning, Ravens coach John Harbaugh was convinced he had the right response for an embarrassing 43-13 loss to the Houston Texans. On the Ravens' first day back from a bye week, he told...
It's one of the signature scenes in Baltimore sports and one that could play out for the final time Sunday when the Ravens host the Indianapolis Colts in an opening-round playoff game. Ray Lewis, No. 52, circles his teammates and stomps from one to the...
Joe Flacco spent much of the week leading up to Super Bowl XLVII answering questions about his even-keel personality. The Ravens quarterback may slide into the background on a team with such outspoken personalities as Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs, but on...
Tags: Sports, Kurt Warner, Cam Cameron, Super Bowl XLVII, Dennis Pitta
As soon as the Super Bowl ended and quarterback Joe Flacco signed a long term contract, the real business was going to begin as far as reshaping the Ravens. Several of the team's big name free agents were going to ask for more money, and there wasn't...
Tags: Sports, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Anquan Boldin, Ethics
His memory is a bit hazy, but Sam Koch remembers watching his first Super Bowl in his family's home in Nebraska and being entranced by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana. So while sitting down for either Super Bowl XXIII in January 1989 or XXIV...
The Baltimore SunThere are a few compelling reasons for the AFC North champion Ravens to resist the temptation to treat their regular-season finale as nothing more than an opportunity to rest injured players and protect key starters. If the Ravens beat the Cincinnati...
There is the slim chance that the outcome of the Ravens' final regular-season game against the Cincinnati Bengals will have an impact on their place in the postseason pecking order, but it won't change the way anyone looks back on 2012. The past 12...
NEW ORLEANS -- The older brother will beat the younger brother again. Super Bowl XLVII will be nothing more than a repeat, at least victory wise, of the 2011 Thanksgiving Day game between the two teams when John Harbaugh's Ravens beat Jim Harbaugh's San...
Ray Lewis and Ed Reed probably will always be linked, two longtime friends who have defined the Ravens' defensive dominance. But as Lewis prepares to play what could be the final home game of his 17-year career on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts,...
Tags: Sports, NFL Pro Bowl, Chuck Pagano, Emmanuel Sanders, Ray Lewis
The Baltimore SunEach day this week, Baltimore Sun reporter and blogger Matt Vensel will break down a key matchup from Sunday’s Super Bowl. Today, he looks at how the Ravens might handle 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree. The Ravens ran through a gauntlet of...
Dean Pees wanted to believe nothing needed to change. This was the Ravens' defense, after all, and it isn't easy to overhaul a group that has long been one of the league's best. It didn't matter that Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb were out, that Terrell...
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