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The Ravens have won an NFL-best 16 consecutive games at M&T Bank Stadium, including the playoff victory last January. Here is how they've gotten to this point.Upvote Share Tweet
Three questions with Ravens receiver Torrey Smithbaltimoresun.com Updated Dec 1, 2012With a team-leading 13 receptions and three touchdowns of 20 yards or more, Torrey Smith has solidified his reputation as the Ravens' most productive deep threat this season. The wide receiver ranks fifth in the NFL with 17.9 average yards per catch and…Upvote Share Tweetbaltimoresun.com Updated Dec 1, 2012Starting linebacker had five tackles against Baltimore on Oct. 7The news that Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher had died in a murder-suicide Saturday morning hit Ravens defensive lineman Arthur Jones particularly hard. Belcher was a childhood …Upvote Share Tweet
Suggs explains player efforts to return quickly from injuryprofootballtalk.com Updated Dec 1, 2012It seems like plenty of players are returning to the field more quickly than expected from otherwise serious injuries. Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, who played in October after suffering a torn Achilles tendon in the offseason, explained in an appea…Upvote Share Tweet
NFL admits Ray Rice spot took too long, but says the call was rightprofootballtalk.com Updated Dec 1, 2012Late in Sunday’s Ravens-Chargers game, the officials took about 10 minutes to review the pivotal fourth-and-29 catch and run by Ravens running back Ray Rice before ultimately determining that Rice had, in fact, picked up the first down. So did the officUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Dec 1, 2012The San Francisco Giants declined to tender a one-year contract to bearded closer Brian Wilson on Friday, making him a free agent as he recovers from a second ligament replacement surgery on his right elbow.Upvote Share Tweet
Peter King: Agent for Belcher, Crennel in disbelief over tragic murder-sui…Dec 1The agent for both Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher and Romeo Crennel, the coach who witnessed Belcher's suicide in a parking lot outside the team's Arrowhead Stadium training facility Saturday morning, said "never in a million years'' did he think …
Don Banks: Chiefs player involved in apparent murder-suicide at team facil…Dec 1Tragedy struck in the NFL early Saturday morning with the news that a Kansas City Chiefs player committed suicide at the team's Arrowhead Stadium practice facility, after shooting and killing his girlfriend at home a short time earlier, SI.com has learn…