This is the November 17, 2012 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
Stakes are still high despite new names and changing styles on both sidesStakes are still high despite new names and changing styles on both sidesUpvote Share Tweet
Ravens put rookie Christian Thompson on injured reserveSafety Anthony Levine joins active roster from practice squadThe Ravens continued to tinker with their secondary today as they placed rookie safety Christian Thompson on injured reserve and elevated safety Anthony Levine to their 53-man roster.Upvote Share Tweet
Sunday Morning Quarterback: After a rough week for quarterbacks, the Pittsburgh Steelers face the Baltimore Ravens without Ben RThe Steelers have a huge game against the Ravens in Pittsburgh on Sunday with the rematch in two weeks in Baltimore. The Ravens are 7-2, the Steelers are 6-3.Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Updated Nov 17, 2012The parade of missing players for Sunday night’s Ravens-Steelers game in Pittsburgh could have one less float when the AFC North rivalry returns to Baltimore in two weeks. Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, the team’s MVP in 2011, could be back from a sUpvote Share TweetJeff Zrebiec breaks down which units have the advantage when the Ravens and Steelers go toe to toe Sunday night in Pittsburgh. He also delivers his prediction for the game.Upvote Share Tweet
Three questions with Ravens holder/punter Sam KochThe Ravens punctuated Sunday's 55-20 demolition of the Oakland Raiders with a fake field goal that holder Sam Koch turned into a touchdown with 5:40 left in the third quarter. But it wasn't the first time that the team had faked a kick. Koch converted a…Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens in strong playoff position at 7-2 but face questions about defense, consistencyTeam leaders confident despite worries from fans and analysts about injury-riddled defenseAs the Ravens spent their week preparing for another vital showdown against the arch-rival Pittsburgh Steelers, the words and images from Owings Mills could have c…Upvote Share Tweet