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Monday Ravens links: Ray Rice doesn't appeal suspension, Ravens work out Brandon Driver

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Ray Rice did not appeal two-game suspension

The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec writes that Ravens running back Ray Rice did not appeal his two-game suspension from the NFL, with the deadline passing.

Ravens work out cornerback Brandon Driver

The Ravens brought in Baltimore native Brandon Driver, a cornerback, in for a tryout over the weekend, with the workout going well, writes The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Top 10 hits in Ravens history

Purple Reign Show's Rob Michels makes a list of the top 10 hits Ravens defenders have made during NFL games, all of which are shown via YouTube clips.

Asa Jackson, Michael Campanaro stand out in Sunday's practice

Russell Street Report's Dev Panchwagh reports that the young cornerback and receiver had excellent showings in practice on Sunday.

A slimmed-down Pierce thinks he's a better Pierce

Ravens running back Bernard Pierce believes that by trimming some weight he'll be able to be a more effective running back in 2014, writes's Clifton Brown.

Defense needs to cut down on big plays

Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees told reporters that his unit needs to eliminate the big plays that cost the organization a year ago, writes's Ryan Mink.