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Baltimore Ravens place Terrell Suggs on PUP list
The Baltimore Ravens put linebacker Terrell Suggs on their physically unable to perform list Monday as they worked to trim their roster to 75 players.
Baltimore cuts veteran kicker Billy Cundiff, gives job to rookie Justin Tucker.
Ravens: Backing up Rice could be a joint effort - Carroll County Times: Ravens
OWINGS MILLS — A nifty sidestep of a Jacksonville Jaguars defender and Baltimore Ravens running back Bobby Rainey was free down the sideline, eventually outracing the Jaguars’ defense for a 48-yard touchdown.
Ryan Clark admits Terrell Suggs is a 'really cool dude'
So there seems to be a dirty little secret about the Ravens-Steelers rivalry, which is arguably the best one going right now in the NFL.
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Touring the AFC North: Baltimore Ravens try to get back to the Super Bowl before time runs out on Lewis, Reed | cleveland.com
Since they broke Cleveland hearts by raising the Vince Lombardi Trophy in 2001, the Ravens haven't returned to the Super Bowl despite seven more playoff appearances and two trips to the AFC Championship Game.
Ravens: Bryant McKinnie's conditioning has improved since he arrived at training camp - CBSSports.com
OT Bryant McKinnie got his first start of the preseason with the Baltimore Ravens, and it appears he's in better shape than when he showed up for camp.
The Ravens are dealing with a minor rabies scare. Fans at a preseason game may have been in contact with an infected bat.
Poe, the Raven's mascot, is gearing up to welcome fans into the home nest, nicknamed the Purple Palace.
The Ravens may only rank No. 12 in this series, but it turns out this team's home city rates much, much higher in a more important fantasy index.
The Baltimore Ravens plan to work no-huddle offense into the mix as aging veterans gear up for Super Bowl run.
Ravens WR Smith catches on with Baltimore fans Ravens WR Smith catches on with Baltimore fans
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who touched the ball 367 times in 2011, will maintain his heavy workload in 2012, according to the Baltimore Sun.