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August 28, 2010
BALTIMORE (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens enter their third preseason game looking to hold onto the football, establish an offensive flow and fortify their defense. Though unbeaten, the Ravens gave up 401 yards passing in a 23-3 victory over Washington last week. Baltimore has fumbled eight times in two exhibition games. The team's leading rusher is Haruki Nakamura, who ran 51 yards on a fake punt. Most alarming is a unit that was repeatedly burned by the Redskins. "You never want to give up a lot of yards," defensive coordinator Greg Mattison said.
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NEWS
August 25, 2010
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Ed Reed's prolonged absence following offseason hip surgery hasn't triggered a panic in Baltimore. The Ravens feel good about their situation at safety with Tom Zbikowski filling in for Reed, who's out indefinitely, and veteran strong safety Dawan Landry providing leadership and doling out punishing hits. "Dawan brings it every play," said running back Willis McGahee, who got his lip split by Landry during training camp. "He's a hard hitter, but he plays clean football.
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By ANDREW SELIGMAN | October 23, 2005
CHICAGO - To Ray Lewis, it's no contest. One linebacker and one defense stand above the rest in the NFL, and his picks aren't shocking. The best linebacker? Himself. Best defense? The Baltimore Ravens. The Chicago Bears and Brian Urlacher might have a case to argue that. Soldier Field will house the debate Sunday when the Ravens (2-3) visit the Bears (2-3). "Definitely," Lewis said when asked if he's the best linebacker in the league. "I don't play for no other reason.
NEWS
December 17, 2008
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- The Baltimore Ravens have placed five players on the AFC Pro Bowl squad on Tuesday, including middle linebacker Ray Lewis and free safety Ed Reed, for the 10th and fifth time, respectively. Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, special-teams ace Brendon Ayanbadejo, and fullback Le'Ron McClain made the NFL's annual all-star game as backups. The Pro Bowl will be played Feb. 8 in Honolulu. McClain is a first-time selection, making the game after rushing for a team-high 693 yards and seven touchdowns while splitting time between fullback and tailback.
NEWS
January 16, 2009
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- As usual, Terrell Suggs is the focus of attention during Ravens-Steelers week. This time, however, his mouth isn't the issue. It's a sprained right shoulder that just might keep him out of the AFC championship game. With his arm in a sling, Suggs spoke to the media for eight minutes Thursday. Instead of talking about bounties, his hatred of the Steelers or Baltimore's plan to neutralize trash-talking receiver Hines Ward on Sunday, the Ravens linebacker ditched his trademark grin as he discussed his ailing shoulder.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | April 4, 2004
kauffman@herald-mail.com All Baltimore Ravens defensive end Anthony Weaver had to do was look at the guys who have won the Tri-State Ravens Nest 12 Lineman of the Year award to know he was in select company. "A couple of other guys who have been honored, Rob Burnett and Lionel Dalton, those guys are Super Bowl-champion linemen, and to be recognized with those guys is truly an honor," said Weaver, who accepted the award during the fifth annual awards banquet Saturday at the Four Points Sheraton in Hagerstown.
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By JACK HILL III/Staff Correspondent | November 8, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- The Hagerstown Community College men's basketball team rebounded from Saturday's 126-93 opening-night loss to Globe by coming through with a big 120-75 win over the Prince George's Owls on Sunday afternoon in the consolation game of the Food Lion Classic at the HCC athletic complex. "I think we were really mentally and physically prepared to come out and play today," HCC coach Barry Brown said. "We were shooting around a little bit before the game today and that seemed to make a difference for us. I can see that we were ready to have a big game.
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By MARK KELLER | January 17, 2009
TRI-STATE -- When asked about Sunday's AFC Championship Game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers, Smithsburg High School football coach Buddy Orndorff made his opinion clear. "This should be the Super Bowl," Orndorff said. With apologies to the Arizona Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles -- the two teams playing in the NFC Championship Game -- there is an overwhelming sense that tonight's Ravens-Steelers matchup is the big game of this year's NFL playoffs. Each team has won 13 games.
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By CALEB CALHOUN | caleb.calhoun@herald-mail.com | June 28, 2012
Hagerstown resident Ed Reed was vocal Thursday about his support for the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to uphold most of President Obama's historic health care law. “It's a good law, and more people will be insured,” he said. “Somebody had to do something.” Reed, 70, was among area residents who offered their reactions   to the high court's ruling that also validated the constitutionality of a controversial individual mandate requiring people to have health insurance.
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By JOE KAY | November 27, 2005
CINCINNATI - With their upgraded offense and renowned defense, the Baltimore Ravens were a popular pick to contend for the AFC North title. It didn't take long to realize they weren't up to it. Now, they're trying to decide the division title in another way. By knocking off Pittsburgh last Sunday, the last-place Ravens (3-7) kept the Steelers tied with Cincinnati for first place at 7-3. Next, they have a chance to turn the Bengals' playoff aspirations inside-out with another upset.
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