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profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 19, 2013
Everyone realizes that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will retire after Baltimore’s current playoff run ends. Few are paying attention to the question of whether another veteran will be back in 2013.”A guy like Ray Lewis, you send him off properly - prShare Tweet
With AFC championship rematch vs. New England, Ravens QB looks to prove he can take team to the Super BowlJoe Flacco looked tired, or maybe he was just bored. It was hard to tell.Share Tweet
Former ump Palermo treasures run-ins with WeaverEarl Weaver, the Orioles' Hall of Fame manager who was notorious for his run-ins with umpires, was remembered fondly by one of his former adversaries, Steve Palermo.Share Tweet
Orioles draw huge raves during FanFestSaturday was a bittersweet day for Orioles fans, who mourned the passing of Hall of Famer Earl Weaver and also showed their support for the resurgence of Baltimore baseball.Share TweetCNNSI.com Jan 19, 2013How great was Stan Musial? He had too many batting records to fit on his Hall of Fame plaque. The Cardinals legend died Saturday in Ladue, Mo., surrounded by family. He was 92.Share TweetLast season, New England defensive lineman Vince Wilfork dominated Ravens center Matt Birk in Patriots' victoryAlthough cameras will attempt to capture every move by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and other key players like Ravens quarterbac…Share Tweet
Legacy of Bill Belichick's father lives on at the Naval AcademySteve Belichick was a long-time assistant with the Midshipmen football teamThe story has been told many times over the past three decades, as Bill Belichick went from being an up-and-coming defensive coordinator in the NFL to an unsuccessful first-time …Share TweetNamath says that you cannot give Flacco too much creditWhile Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has won some people with his play the past two weeks, Joe Namath’s mind had long been made up. He didn’t need to see Flacco out-shine Indianapolis Colts phenomShare Tweet
Ravens say difficulties of last 12 months have forged a team of uncommon resilienceTeam's story circles back to Foxborough, Mass. with a Super Bowl trip on the line against PatriotsIt's a tale of last rides and inspired beginnings, of loss and the will to fight on, of hopes rising, falling and rising again.Share Tweet
Kevin Cowherd: Ravens' AFC championship showdown with Patriots is full of storylinesYou want story lines for Sunday's AFC championship game? Oh, do we have story lines.Share Tweet
Jeff Zrebiec's scouting report for Ravens vs. PatriotsRAVENS PASSING GAME: Joe Flacco brings a hot hand and some past successes against the New England Patriots into his third AFC championship game. In his past three games against New England, Flacco has completed 70 percent of his passes and thrown for 97…Share Tweet
After rest and adjustments, Ravens defense more effective against runSince the beginning of November, the unit is allowing 30 yards less per game on the groundAfter allowing more than 180 rushing yards in three straight games, including a franchise-worst 227 yards in a Week 6 win over the Dallas Cowboys, the last place t…Share Tweet
Lee Evans' jersey seen at Ravens practiceESPN.com Jan 19, 2013If you didn't know any better, you might've thought Lee Evans showed up at Ravens practice Wednesday. Yes, the same Lee Evans who failed to make the winning catch in last season's AFC Championship Game. But it wasn't an unexpected appearance by Evans be…Share Tweet
Cary Williams hasn't forgotten how Tom Brady targeted him in regular-season meetingBaltimore Ravens cornerback allowed nine receptions in 31-30 win in SeptemberRavens cornerback Cary Williams plays the game with an edge, readily acknowledging he never loses the proverbial chip on his shoulder.Share Tweet
21 Ravens on injury reportprofootballtalk.com Jan 19, 2013The Patriots are surprisingly healthy for Sunday’s AFC title game, but for the players already on injured reserve (like, you know, “Gonk“). The Ravens are less healthy, but the bulk of their injured players are listed as probable. Cornerback Asa JacShare Tweet
RIP Earl Weaver, The Irascible, Cigarette-Smoking Orioles Manager Who Was Moneyball Before "Moneyball" ExistedEarl Weaver, who managed the Orioles for 15 seasons from 1968-1982 (and another two from 1985-1986) passed away on Friday night at the age 82. In 11 of his 17 seasons, the Orioles won 90 or more games, and in his first three at the helm he guided Baltim…Share Tweet
Contract settled, Wieters enjoys DVD premiereOrioles catcher Matt Wieters agreed to a $5.5 million deal for 2013 on Friday afternoon, avoiding a potentially contentious arbitration hearing and allowing him to enter Spring Training without his contract status hanging over his head.Share Tweet
Baltimore Ravens: Forged by steelJan 19This season has been a roller coaster for the Baltimore Ravens. However, through tragedy and injury, they have overcome adversity to emerge as one of the league's four remaining teams.
More important to Ravens offense: Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice or Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco?Jan 19Shaun O'Hara takes a look at which member of the Baltimore Ravens backfield is more vital for the Ravens to have success.
AFC Championship is Jones family affairJan 19Baltimore Ravens defensive end Arthur Jones will try to get the best of little brother and New England Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones this weekend in the AFC Championship Game.
Dempsey Comments On Weaver's PassingJan 19Former Orioles catcher Rick Dempsey comments on the passing and legacy of Earl Weaver.