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Defensive line could be the Ravens' best
baltimoresun.com Updated Aug 19, 2013
After the Atlanta Falcons pummeled the Ravens' defensive front last week with 170 rushing yards on 40 carries, coordinator Dean Pees was not pleased. Against the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night, he expects the unit to be better.Upvote Share Tweet
The Ravens are getting healthier. It looks like they will have cornerback Lardarius Webb and guard Marshal Yanda back in the lineup for this week’s preseason game against the Panthers and now the team has announced that tight end Ed Dickson has returned…Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens cut veteran cornerback Chris JohnsonJohnson returned to practice Saturday after dealing with migrainesThe Ravens have cut veteran cornerback Chris Johnson, the team announced Monday.Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens defensive line rotation appears to be settledThe Ravens still have a couple weeks and two preseason games to make final decisions on which players will make the 53-man roster, but their defensive line rotation appears to be pretty settled at this point.Upvote Share Tweet
Will Ravens' No. 2 receiver battle clear up?ESPN.com Aug 19, 2013One of the biggest questions still facing the Baltimore Ravens is figuring out who will be the team's No. 2 wide receiver. While no one has stood out in the first two preseason games, the defending Super Bowl champions are hoping for some clarity in Thu…Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Aug 19, 2013The Ravens have lost some key parts to injury this preseason, but they’re about to get a pair of players back on the field after extended absences. According to the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens could have both cornerback Lardarius Webb and guard Marshal Ya…Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens training camp stock watchBaltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel takes stock of the Ravens and identifies three players (or position groups) on the rise and three who have struggled recently, including starting quarterback Joe Flacco.Upvote Share Tweet
ESPN The Magazine: Joe FlaccoAug 19Ravens Quarterback Joe Flacco discusses his leadership role going into the 2013 NFL season.
Getting Over the HumpAug 19The MMQB crew has hit the road for training camps. Check out all our coverage.
‘Chuckstrong’ Is Gone, but the Urgency Isn’tAug 19“Most roller coasters, you get off and you say, ‘Let’s go again! Let’s do it again!’ That was us last year. Right away this year, Chuck gave us our motivation: ‘Hoist that Lombardi Trophy.’ “ —Veteran Colts safety Antoine Bethea, on being motivated by c…
Simmons's Reader E-mails: Eagles EditionAug 19On Tuesday, we posted my column about my favorite movie (so far) of 2013: The History of the Eagles, Part One. Turns out more people out there were bi...