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Check out these stories on the Super Bowl-bound Baltimore Ravens from other media sources around the World Wide Web.

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A deeper look at the AFC Championship game between the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots.

Sports Radio Interviews " Blog Archive " Logan Mankins: Patriots Offense Didn’t Score Enough, So We Didn’t Deserve To Win
Logan Mankins gives his take on what went wrong for the Pats’ offense in a 28-13 loss to the Ravens

Super Bowl 2013: Jim Caldwell has Ravens offense rolling - SBNation.com
Why have the Ravens been so good since Jim Caldwell became the offensive coordinator? It's easy: They're doing everything right.

Tom Brady Stymied By Baltimore Ravens Defense Yet Again As New England Patriots Lose
After what happened to Tom Brady and the Patriots Sunday in the AFC championship game, you have to begin to wonder: are the Baltimore Ravens in his head?

NFL: Baltimore Ravens to stay with Jim Caldwell as offensive coordinator next season - San Jose Mercury News
Caldwell was the Indianapolis Colts' head coach from 2009-11. He has never been an offensive coordinator at any level.

Super Bowl 2013: Jim Caldwell has Ravens offense rolling - SBNation.com
Why have the Ravens been so good since Jim Caldwell became the offensive coordinator? It's easy: They're doing everything right.

Castillo joins Ravens as run-game coordinator | National Football Post
Caldwell to remain as offensive coordinator.

Michael Phelps Part Of Ravens Celebration
The most decorated Olympian was part fan, part friend as he talked to players and press.

Clairvoyant Camel Predicts Baltimore Ravens to Win Super Bowl | ABC News Blogs - Yahoo!

Princess, a 26-year old Bactrian camel, lives at Popcorn Park Zoo and apparently has the powers to predict the winners of the Super Bowl....

Super Bowl XLVII: Ray Rice of Baltimore Ravens, Anthony Davis of San Francisco 49ers both Rutgers alums add local angle to championship - NY Daily News

And as soon as the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens had sewn up their Super Bowl berths, Eric Tunkavige knew that his school was on the verge of something special.

49ers head to New Orleans as a 4-point favorite | National Football Post

Ravens find themselves in the underdog role for the third consecutive game.