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Sun StaffThis time, there were no excuses. There was only one turnover and no fourth-quarter collapse. The receivers got open, and the inconsistent quarterback was consistent. A running back rushed for 100 yards, and the team passed for more than 300 yards....
Sun StaffWho's next, John Unitas? The Ravens have run out of quarterbacks and offensive options, and yesterday they ran out of time in a 13-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills before 68,673 at PSINet Stadium. The script has become familiar. The defense plays well...
Tags: Football, Jermaine Lewis, Education, Sam Rogers, Gabe Northern
Sun StaffThe Ravens' biggest problem from Day One is just as glaring in Week 12. A team with no major offensive players took a painful lesson from one that is loaded, as the Jacksonville Jaguars scored 23 fourth-quarter points yesterday to defeat the upset-minded...
Sun StaffThe honeymoon period for first-year Ravens coach Brian Billick and quarterback Stoney Case began coming to an end last night. Billick's offensive unit was booed periodically throughout the game as a sellout crowd of 68,771 and a national television...
Sun StaffAs middle linebacker Ray Lewis put on his cap and fastened his coat, his mind shot back to last year at this time when the Ravens were heading south fast. Some of the players had quit trying and there were rumors about the coach getting fired at the end...
Sun StaffCINCINNATI -- Matt Stover vindicated himself in a troubled season yesterday by kicking a 50-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Ravens past the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-31, at Cinergy Field. A game between two of the NFL's worst teams may have been...
Sun StaffIn less than a 30-minute span, the Ravens were happy, disappointed and hopeful as they discussed their past, present and future. Shortly after a 22-0 win yesterday against the Cincinnati Bengals in the team's first-ever shutout, the Ravens displayed...
Sun StaffAs reunions go, the return of Ray Lewis to the Ravens yesterday was short on ceremony but strong on sentiment. Less than a week removed from a trial on charges of double murder, the Pro Bowl linebacker received red roses from an admirer, bouquets of...
Tags: Football, Peter Boulware, Crime, Law and Justice, Sports, Crimes
Sun StaffJACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Ravens held one of the best teams in the NFL to 47 yards rushing, 85 yards passing, nine first downs, an average of 2.2 yards per offensive play and sacked its quarterback six times. And they still lost. In a season of close...
Ray Lewis no longer is invincible. And though no one can predict how that might affect him psychologically, it might be the best thing that could have happened, both for his career and the Ravens' future. Lewis won't be going to jail. He won't be...
Tags: Trials, Football, Super Bowl, Criminals, Art Modell
Sun StaffWhen Ray Lewis walks out of an Atlanta courthouse for the last time this week, he will slip right back into the heart of the Ravens' defense. No prison time, no NFL suspension, no waiting. Exoneration from double-murder charges came in the form of a...
Tags: Football, Art Modell, Crimes, Brian Billick, Prosecution
The agents are screaming. The Ravens are yawning. Sorry, it's not as if Jamal Lewis and Travis Taylor are about to forsake their rookie seasons to enter the presidential race as a third-party ticket. Wake me up when their contracts are signed. Wake...
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