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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs had to surrender several firearms stemming from a domestic case involving his girlfriend, Suggs' attorney told the Baltimore Sun on Thursday.Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens running back Ray Rice had 12 carries for 78 yards and a touchdown in the first three quarters of the 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but he did not touch the ball on their offensive eight plays in the fourth.Upvote Share Tweet
Redskins' pistol offense could present challenges for the RavensWashington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III can orchestrate a fast-break, hybrid offense in a manner akin to a skilled maestro.Upvote Share TweetRavens linebacker Paul Kruger frequently wears his jersey tight and pulled up high, presumably because it makes it harder for opposing offensive linemen to grab it. But now that habit has proved costly for Kruger. The NFL has fined Kruger $5,000 for vio…Upvote Share Tweetnytimes.com Dec 6, 2012Kerry Collins and Trent Dilfer were high picks who had better playing days for teams that did not draft them.Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens lineman shaves head to honor Paganoprofootballtalk.com Dec 6, 2012It’s a testament to Colts coach Chuck Pagano, that not only cheerleaders are willing to shave their heads in a show of support for him, but players on other teams as well. Ravens defensive lineman Arthur Jones has shaved his head and all his facial hairUpvote Share Tweet
Where they rank on offense, defenseESPN.com Dec 6, 2012The lack of carries for Ray Rice has been a season-long problem for Baltimore. It shows up in the production. The Ravens currently have the 23rd-ranked ground game in the league, which is not typical for Baltimore. The Ravens' rushing attack has ranked …Upvote Share Tweet
Chris Chester has found home in WashingtonFormer Raven has made every start at right guard for the past two seasons for the RedskinsASHBURN, Va. — For the first five seasons of his NFL career, Chris Chester called Baltimore home after he was drafted in the second round in 2006. But after the NFUpvote Share Tweet
Redskins' offensive players wary of Ravens safety Ed ReedWashington looking to account for eight-time Pro Bowl selection, but Robert Griffin III said he doesn't fear ReedInjuries may have sapped the Ravens of starting linebackers Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs for Sunday’s contest against the Washington RedskinsUpvote Share TweetIt will be interesting to see how the Ravens defend against Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL teams reacting to Jacoby Jones' successKick returner's impact has been curtailed in recent weeksRavens kick returner Jacoby Jones' reputation precedes him as he's no longer unable to fly under the radar due to his three returns for touchdowns this season.Upvote Share TweetEvery morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workda…Upvote Share Tweet
Ken Ulman's Ravens/Redskins challenge to Rushern BakerHoward County Executive Ken Ulman threw down the football gauntlet Wednesday to his Prince George's counterpart.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL Cold Hard FactsDec 6Cold Hard Facts looks at the Robert Griffin III, Redskins vs. Ravens and Giants vs. Saints.
Preview: Baltimore Ravens vs. Washington RedskinsDec 6NFL Films previews the Week 14 matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and the Washington Redskins.
Countdown Daily Prediction: Ravens-RedskinsDec 6The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Baltimore at Washington
Double Coverage: Does RG3 or Joe Flacco need Week 14 win more?Dec 6Steve Wyche and mark Kriegel debate which quarterback in the Ravens-Redskins game needs to go home with a win. And, has Wes Welker, Brandon Marshall or Reggie Wayne had the better 2012 season?
Biggest NFL games of Week 14 -- John Clayton's First & 10Dec 6No. 1 seeds are on the line this weekend, but that distinction isn't as valuable as it once was, John Clayton writes.