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Waking up on the West Coast

Waking up on the West Coast

baltimoresun.com Updated Nov 26, 2012
Last week, the Ravens, who studied sleeping patterns in the offseason, altered their practice schedule and their routine before Sunday’s game. Despite those tweaks, Rice said Sunday that adjusting to West Coast time still “is the toughest thing for me
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    Remembering Sean Taylor

    Nov 26
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