This is the October 29, 2013 news archive. View today's Ravens rumors and news.
baltimoresun.com Updated Oct 29, 2013
Each week, Baltimore Sun reporter Matt Vensel will look back at the Ravens' previous game.Blogger Matt Vensel examines what went right and wrong for the Ravens' next opponent, the Cleveland Browns, in their loss Sunday to the Kansas City Chiefs.Upvote Share Tweet
Today's 4 p.m. trade deadline came and went without the Ravens making a deal.Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens' salary-cap update: $1.645 million availableTeam signed Bernard Scott to one-year, $715,000 contractThe Ravens have $1.645 million in salary-cap space under the NFL limit of $123 million.Upvote Share Tweet
Looking at the production of Tandon Doss compared to Anquan BoldinPlayer A has been targeted 26 times in his past four games, catching 14 passes for 179 yards and no TDs.Upvote Share TweetQuarterback had solid game in loss to ChiefsWhen the Ravens travel to play the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, they'll be squaring off with quarterback Jason Campbell.Upvote Share Tweet
Diminishing returns, role for Ravens' Deonte ThompsonWide receiver hasn't been involved offensively in past few gamesThe offensive role of Ravens wide receiver Deonte Thompson has diminished every week since he caught a career-high four passes for 50 yards against the Buffalo Bills in late September.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL Nation Buzz: RavensOct 29ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley examines the playoff picture as the Ravens prepare for the Browns on Sunday.
Big-name trade acquisitions failing to produce on new teamsOct 29Clayton's mailbag: Trades are an important part of the game, but far too often the expected impact is overrated.
Don Banks: At 4-4, Cowboys continuing reign of mediocrity never before see…Oct 29Of course they did. Of course the Dallas Cowboys blew a pair of 10-point fourth-quarter leads in excruciating fashion at Detroit on Sunday, losing 31-30 to the Lions to fall back to .500, reaching midseason at 4-4.
The Tuesday MailbagOct 29Andy Dalton has connected with second-year receiver Marvin Jones for six touchdowns in the past three games, including four in Sunday’s 49-9 blowout of the Jets. (David Kohl/AP) Add this to the list of things I never thought I’d see in 2013: Andy Dalton…