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T.J. Ward picks up $25,000 fine for hit on Kevin Ogletree

T.J. Ward picks up $25,000 fine for hit on Kevin Ogletree

profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 21, 2012
Ravens safety Ed Reed’s one game suspension for an illegal hit on a defenseless receiver was cut to $50,000 on appeal.  Browns safety T.J. Ward has been fined half that amount, prior to appeal, for a hit on Cowboys wideout Kevin Ogletree. Like Reed, Wa
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  • Ravens won't take it easy on their former teammate Jarret Johns…

    Ravens won't take it easy on their former teammate Jarret Johnson on Sunday

    baltimoresun.com Nov 21, 2012
    At first, Terrell Suggs referred to former Raven and current San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Jarret Johnson as "my brother."
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  • Return of The Playoff Machine

    Return of The Playoff Machine

    ESPN.com Nov 21, 2012
    If the season ended today, it would be kind of silly considering there will be three games played on Thanksgiving. But, if you can play along for a few minutes and think the season did end today, two teams from the AFC North would make the playoffs. The…
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  • The Ravens' health on offense has been remarkable

    The Ravens' health on offense has been remarkable

    baltimoresun.com Nov 21, 2012
    The Ravens continue to thrive despite the fact they have had to battle a slew of injuries as well as opponents.
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  • Ray Rice said he wasn't being disrespectful to Steelers' Terrib…

    Ray Rice said he wasn't being disrespectful to Steelers' Terrible Towel, apologizes

    baltimoresun.com ESPN.com Nov 21, 2012
    Ravens Pro Bowl running back wore a Terrible Towel on his head after a 13-10 win at Heinz FieldRavens running back Ray Rice became a target of criticism, and an even more unpopular figure as far as the Pittsburgh Steelers and their fans are concerned, w…
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  • Mariners to give Andino a look at shortstop

    Mariners to give Andino a look at shortstop

    MLB.com Nov 21, 2012
    While new Mariners infielder Robert Andino played mostly second base with the Orioles over the past two years, the 28-year-old considers himself a shortstop first and foremost.
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  • Where they rank on offense, defense

    Where they rank on offense, defense

    ESPN.com Nov 21, 2012
    The offenses for the Bengals and Ravens are going in opposite directions. Cincinnati moved up five spots to become the NFL's 15th-ranked offense after recording 409 total yards at the one-win Chiefs. Baltimore moved down five spots to become the league'…
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  • Five Ravens stats that stand out: Week 12

    Five Ravens stats that stand out: Week 12

    baltimoresun.com Nov 21, 2012
    Each Wednesday, blogger Matt Vensel will highlight five statistics that really mean something for the Ravens.
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  • Ravens make long-distance connection to Afghanistan

    Ravens make long-distance connection to Afghanistan

    baltimoresun.com Nov 21, 2012
    Via Skype, John Harbaugh, Torrey Smith, Sam Koch wish happy Thanksgiving Wednesday morning to Army National Guard serving in AfghanistanWide receiver Torrey Smith, kicker Justin Tucker and punter Sam Koch were three of several Ravens players summoned to…
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  • Coffee Companion (11/21): your daily Ravens fix

    Coffee Companion (11/21): your daily Ravens fix

    baltimoresun.com ESPN.com Nov 21, 2012
    Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workda…
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  • Ravens news, notes and opinions

    Ravens news, notes and opinions

    baltimoresun.com Nov 21, 2012
    Jeff Zrebiec takes a look at recent developments with the Ravens
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  • Ed Reed: If NFL wants to stop concussions, stop the game

    Ed Reed: If NFL wants to stop concussions, stop the game

    profootballtalk.com Nov 21, 2012
    Ravens safety Ed Reed won his appeal of a one-game suspension handed down by the NFL for a pattern of illegal hits and will be fined $50,000 instead of missing a game and a game check for a lot more than $50,000. Reed wasn’t thrilled about the developme
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  • Video - Countdown Daily Prediction: Ravens-Chargers 00:50

    Countdown Daily Prediction: Ravens-Chargers

    Nov 21
    The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Baltimore at San Diego
  • Video - Will Ray Rice Regret Terrible Towel Taunt? 04:56

    Will Ray Rice Regret Terrible Towel Taunt?

    Nov 21
    Jason Taylor, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Ray Rice wearing a Terrible Towel on his head after the Ravens beat the Steelers.
  • Video - Countdown Daily AccuScore: BAL-SD 00:53

    Countdown Daily AccuScore: BAL-SD

    Nov 21
    Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Ravens-Chargers
  • Video - Baltimore Ravens WR Jacoby Jones is 'Lord of the Dance' 04:37

    Baltimore Ravens WR Jacoby Jones is 'Lord of the Dance'

    Nov 21
    Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones joins "NFL AM" to discuss his excellent touchdown dances, his preference between returning and pass-catching and the overturned suspension of safety Ed Reed.

Sports Columnists

  • Biggest NFL games of Week 12 -- John Clayton's First & 10

    Nov 21
    Recent wild finishes reinforce the necessity of having a quarterback who can thrive in the fourth quarter, John Clayton writes.
  • Clayton mailbag: QB trades lose their luster

    Nov 21
    The Raiders traded two high picks for Carson Palmer. Palmer's struggles are one of the reasons trades involving QBs are risky, writes John Clayton.
  • The Sports Guy's Thanksgiving Football Mailbag

    Nov 21
    Inept coaches, serial killer questions, and, of course, all your Week 12 picks.