This is the December 31, 2012 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker is expected to try to return from torn right triceps in postseasonRavens coach John Harbaugh declined to tip his hand on whether injured middle linebacker Ray Lewis will return for Sunday's opening-round playoff game a…Share Tweet
Harbaugh reacts with sadness to Black Monday falloutSeveral NFL head coaches, general managers fired Monday, including Andy Reid, Lovie SmithSeveral NFL head coaches and five general managers were fired during the infamous "Black Monday," the day after the last regular-season games.Share TweetBaltimore Ravens assistant general manager draws interest form other NFL teamsRavens assistant general manager Eric DeCosta isn't going anywhere.Share Tweet
Tony Dungy disagrees with John Harbaugh's decision to pull startersFormer Indianapolis Colts coach expressed surprise that Ravens coach didn't try to win Sunday's game vs. Bengals and get into position to earn No. 3 seedThe coaching fraternity can be a tight one, especially among those on the NFL level. But that didn’tShare TweetESPN.com Dec 31, 2012Whenever the Indianapolis Colts return to Baltimore, they're seen as the bad guys by local fans who still remember the franchise leaving town on a snowy night nearly 29 years ago. In Sunday's wild-card game, the roles will be reversed. No one outside of…Share TweetFive Things We Learned from the Ravens' 23-17 loss to the Cincinnati BengalsShare Tweet
Chat wrap: Ravens Q&A with Sun reporter Jeff ZrebiecChat wrap: Ravens Q&A with Sun reporter Jeff ZrebiecShare TweetBaltimore Ravens running back was surprised to be told initially that he wouldn't play at all against CincinnatiPro Bowl running back Ray Rice said he was surprised to arrive at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday morning and learn that coach John Harbaugh wan…Share Tweet
Terrence Cody fearing fine for roughing the passer infractionBaltimore Ravens nose guard had late hit on Bruce GradkowskiRavens nose guard Terrence Cody is bracing for a fine from the NFL later this week after being whistled for a roughing the passer penalty on Bengals QB Bruce Gradkowski.Share Tweet
Wake-up call: Time for the next stepESPN.com Dec 31, 2012The 2012 regular season is officially in the books after an ugly and (yawn) boring finish Sunday. So, what's next? Half of the division is heading to the playoffs. The Bengals (10-6) play at the Texans (12-4) on Saturday, and the Ravens (10-6) host the …Share Tweet
Don Banks: Rollercoaster ride had run its course for Bears' Smith; more Sn…Dec 31Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we take in the furiously fast firing fest that was Black Monday in the NFL...
Peter King: Show-stopping Peterson highlights better-than-expected Week 17Dec 31What a regular season. What a year. What a Sunday.
John Clayton's mailbag: Chuck the tuck ruleDec 31The tuck rule came up three times in the final week of the regular season. It's time to get rid of it.