This is the January 2, 2013 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
TV executives, media analysts see potential, but say it's no slamdunkIf Ray Lewis is looking for a high-paying, high-visibility job after he leaves the Baltimore Ravens, he's not going to have much trouble getting a shot at one in sports television.
Newsome on Lewis: 'He is one of the greatest, without a doubt'Updated Jan 2 Share TweetRavens inside linebacker retiring after this season Prior to the Ravens' inaugural season in 1996, Ozzie Newsome had a pair of first-round draft picks to utilize.Share TweetLeach aggravated his sprained right ankle against Bengals, Yanda was given a week off to recover from knee, shoulder, ankle injuriesRavens Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach expressed relief that he didn't suffer a major injury against the Cincinnati Bengals…Share TweetThe Ravens now know they won't have one future Hall of Fame player next season when linebacker Ray Lewis announced his retirement Wednesday. Could this be the last home game for another one as well? An end of an era could be looming for the Ravens if sa…
Ravens prove John Harbaugh's decision fruitfulUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetEvery player present and accounted for during Wednesday's practiceCoach John Harbaugh’s decision to rest many of his starters before and during Sunday’s 23-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals might have been a heady move based on the participation numbeShare TweetThe Law Firm reopened for business on Wednesday. Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis didn’t play in Week 17 after tweaking his hamstring in warmups for Cincinnati’s game against the Ravens and he didn’t participate in practice on Tuesday, raiSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetRookie quarterback is off to strong start to NFL careerIndianapolis Colts rookie quarterback Andrew Luck is held in high regard by the Ravens.
Five Ravens stats that stand out -- wild-card editionUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetEach Wednesday, blogger Matt Vensel will highlight five statistics that really mean something for the Ravens.
Don't expect much noise from AFC NorthUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetThis weekend should be a banner one for the AFC North. As for the rest of the postseason, don't expect much. In the first round, the Bengals and Ravens drew the matchups they wanted. Cincinnati travels to face a Houston team that's unraveling. Baltimore…Share TweetDon't act like there's nothing to talk about in the division. The Ravens and Bengals are in the playoffs. The Browns just fired their head coach and general manager. And the Steelers have tons of questions facing them this offseason. Our half-hour talk …
Coffee Companion (1/2): your daily Ravens fixUpdated Jan 2 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…Share TweetBengals rookie linebacker Vontaze Burfict had a whopping 18 tackles on Sunday against the Ravens, his highest total in a season in which he was the Bengals’ tackling leader. Burfict says Ravens running back Ray Rice deserves the credit. Early in that gaSource: profootballtalk.com
Wake-up call: Browns go 'Duck' huntingUpdated Jan 2 Share TweetIt's a new year, but we still have the same routine. Just like every Wednesday, the weekly column will get posted around noon and the chat will kick off at 2 p.m. ET. For starters, here is your wake-up call: RAVENS: Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh …
Will Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis actually retire?Jan 2Is Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis actually going to retire after this season? Darren Sharper and Heath Evans discuss comments made by NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders.
Reiss' P.A.T.Jan 2In this week's edition of P.A.T., Field Yates fills in and speaks with the Patriots' Chandler Jones.
NFL Live OT: End Of The Road For Ray LewisJan 2Mark Schlereth and Jason Taylor discuss Ray Lewis' plans to retire after the season.
Mike Singletary on Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis: 'He's focused on being the best'Jan 2Minnesota Vikings linebackers coach Mike Singletary joins "Around the League" to discuss Ray Lewis' consistency during his career and the effect that he had on his teammates.
Kerry J. Byrne: Momentum means a lot in the playoffs, but who has it?Jan 2The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks enter the 2012 postseason red hot and razor sharp. If momentum matters, they're heading for a collision course in New Orleans.
Ray Lewis retires -- Ravens linebacker among five best defensive players e…Jan 2Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis won't be easily replaced by Baltimore or the NFL at large.