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Ravens’ Dannell Ellerbe calls $10,000 fine “B.S.”

Ravens’ Dannell Ellerbe calls $10,000 fine “B.S.”

profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 9, 2012
A hit on Browns running back Trent Richardson got Ravens linebacker Dannell Ellerbe fined by the NFL. And Ellerbe is not happy about that. Ellerbe was fined $10,000 drilling Richardson when Richardson was running for a pass. According to the NFL, it was…
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  • Pernell McPhee ruled out again; Ngata, Bobbie Williams, Yanda a…

    Pernell McPhee ruled out again; Ngata, Bobbie Williams, Yanda are questionable

    Raiders rule out Richard Seymour, Darren McFadden, Mike Goodson and Shawntae SpencerFor the second consecutive game, Ravens starting left defensive end Pernell McPhee has been ruled out due to thigh and knee injuries.
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  • Raiders going to Baltimore short-handed

    Raiders going to Baltimore short-handed

    profootballtalk.com Nov 9, 2012
    The Raiders had a tough task anyway, flying across country to play the 6-2 Ravens. It got tougher when the injury report was read. Raiders coach Dennis Allen said running backs Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson were both out, along with defensive tackle …
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  • How NFL Players Found Their Voice On The Marriage-Equality Issu…

    How NFL Players Found Their Voice On The Marriage-Equality Issue

    deadspin.com Nov 9, 2012
    When Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe wrote his famous "lustful cockmonster" letter to a Maryland state delegate back in September, he wasn't just defending gay marriage: Kluwe was also sticking up for Brendon Ayanbadejo. More »
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  • 'Cheerleader' Ray Lewis looking to return

    'Cheerleader' Ray Lewis looking to return

    Ray Lewis returned to Ravens headquarters Friday for the first time since tearing his triceps nearly four weeks ago, and he wasn't there to give his retirement speech. In a statement released by the team, Lewis indicated that he plans to return to the R…
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  • Big Ben (baby) questionable for Ravens-Steelers

    Big Ben (baby) questionable for Ravens-Steelers

    As we have seen over the years, it can sometimes take a lot for the Pittsburgh Steelers to drag quarterback Ben Roethlisberger off the field. But the birth of his of his first child might be one thing that can sideline him.
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  • Could Tyrod Taylor get more playing time this season?

    Could Tyrod Taylor get more playing time this season?

    baltimoresun.com Nov 9, 2012
    Coach John Harbaugh said team needs to take advantage of backup quarterback's talentAs the backup to starting quarterback Joe Flacco for the past two seasons, Tyrod Taylor’s time on the field has been extremely limited, throwing just four passes, compl
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  • John Harbaugh beats up on losing teams

    John Harbaugh beats up on losing teams

    ESPN.com Nov 9, 2012
    Some would argue that Sunday's game against the Raiders (3-5) is a trap game because it comes a week before the Ravens' game against the Steelers. But Baltimore's history under coach John Harbaugh says that won't happen. Since 2008, Harbaugh has a 29-4 …
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  • Coffee Companion: Ravens to focus on third-down conversions

    Coffee Companion: Ravens to focus on third-down conversions

    baltimoresun.com Nov 9, 2012
    Every 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…
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  • Video - 'Playbook': Oakland Raiders vs. Baltimore Ravens 04:20

    'Playbook': Oakland Raiders vs. Baltimore Ravens

    Nov 9
    The "Playbook" crew explains why Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece will have an impact against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 10.
  • Video - Ray Lewis makes a surprise visit 01:58

    Ray Lewis makes a surprise visit

    Nov 9
    Albert Breer has the latest from Baltimore as Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis makes a special visit to see his teammates as he is recovering from injury.