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More details have emerged in connection with last month’s decision by law-enforcement to collect multiple firearms from Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs. According to WBAL-TV, Suggs surrendered a .45-caliber pistol, a 9 mm pistol, a .454 Casull revolver,Upvote Share Tweet
Outside linebacker was flagged for unnecessary roughnessRavens outside linebacker Paul Kruger's expensive week wasn't compounded with another fine.Upvote Share Tweet
Dennis Dixon draws RG3 duties in practice for the Ravensprofootballtalk.com Updated Dec 7, 2012As the Ravens prepare for their first dose of RG3, they benefit from several years of chasing around a mobile quarterback like Ben Roethlisberger. They’ve now turned to a former Steelers quarterback to get ready for the specific offense that the RedskUpvote Share Tweet
Ray Lewis Has A Terrifying New Facemaskdeadspin.com Updated Dec 7, 2012Ray Lewis returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since tearing his tricep in Week 7. He's not eligible to play this Sunday, but the Ravens posted a photo of the new facemask Lewis will be wearing. More »Upvote Share TweetAfter watching Ravens running back get zero touches in fourth quarter last Sunday, Washington's defensive players expect to see a lot of Rice this SundayASHBURN, Va. — One of the factors that contributed to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 23-20 win against tUpvote Share Tweet
Checking in with rookie cornerback Asa JacksonEach week, blogger Matt Vensel fires a few questions at rookie cornerback and kick returner Asa Jackson. The Ravens’ fifth-round pick in April’s draft, Jackson is a Sacramento native who played his college ball at Cal Poly.Upvote Share TweetCornerback choosing Redskins over Ravens was business decision, grateful for opportunity he got with Ravens in 2010Before the start of the 2010 regular season, Josh Wilson walked off the Seattle Seahawks¿ practice field and was informed that he had been…Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Updated Dec 7, 2012The Redskins' option offense is giving opponents fits behind the play-action scheme of RGIII. Now the Ravens will be tasked with stifling Washington's well-oiled attack, says Peter King.Upvote Share Tweet
Steelers, Broncos, Giants and Jets: Answers to Readers' Questionsnytimes.com Updated Dec 7, 2012Judy Battista, the N.F.L. reporter for The Times, answers questions from readers.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Dec 7, 2012Three AFC North teams are at home this week, and the Ravens only have to take a short bus ride down the interstate to play at the Redskins. While this may be the division homer in me, I feel a perfect Sunday for the AFC North. Let's see if the division …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
Ravens know how to reboundESPN.com Updated Dec 7, 2012The Ravens can clinch the AFC North on Sunday if they win at the Redskins in addition to the Steelers and Bengals both losing at home. Baltimore missed its chance of earning a playoff berth last week when it lost to a third-string quarterback at home. B…Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens fan of the week: Jean KeisterDressing up for Ravens games in different purple outfits is ritual for Stevensville residentWhether she's sporting face paint, a mask or a bright purple wig, Jean Keister loves to prove her passion for the Ravens.Upvote Share Tweet
Shuckers' brunch and many TVs make it a game-day hotspotWhile many Baltimoreans associate Shuckers of Fells Point with its outdoor patio and picturesque views of the harbor, it has long been good, if underrated, place to watch a game.Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens' Pernell McPhee: 'I'm ready for more'Defensive end heads into second game back from injuriesIt was a modest return for Ravens defensive end Pernell McPhee.Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens have a lot of respect for Redskins' Alfred MorrisRookie running back has rushed for 1,102 yards, 13 touchdownsThe obvious headliner of the Washington Redskins' top-ranked rushing offense is electrifying rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL32OT: Wilson Makes His Case For Rookie Of The YearDec 7Episode 233: Suzy Kolber and Damien Woody discuss Russell Wilson's impressive season. Steve Young breaks down the matchup between RGIII and Ed Reed. The NFL32 crew discuss the quarterback matchup between the Saints and the Giants.
NFL Kickoff OT: Week 14 PredictionsDec 7NFL Live makes their predictions for Week 14's key matchups.
'Playbook': Baltimore Ravens vs. Washington RedskinsDec 7The Baltimore Ravens' defense has been better without LB Ray Lewis, but can it stop Washington Redskins rookie QB Robert Griffin III? "Playbook" debates.
Can the Ravens' defense stop RG3?Dec 7Albert Breer has the latest on the Baltimore Ravens' injuries and what the Ravens defense must do to stop Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III in Week 14.
Peter King: Griffin, 'Skins taking advantage of opponents' aggressive defe…Dec 7So I am fairly smitten with this option offense Washington is running, called by offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and executed with precocious zeal by 22-year-old franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III. A big test comes Sunday at home against Balti…
The Sports Guy talks NBA leadership with Bill Russell, plus Week 14 picksDec 7Thoughts on Bill Russell, Kobe Bryant, and the different paths to immortality.