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21 Ravens on injury report

21 Ravens on injury report

profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 19, 2013
The 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 Jac
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  • Sources: Pats adviser Reese not expected back

    Sources: Pats adviser Reese not expected back

    ESPN.com Jan 19, 2013
    Longtime NFL personnel executive Floyd Reese, who has spent the last four seasons with the New England Patriots as the club's senior football adviser, isn't expected back with the team in 2013, according to sources.
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  • Source: Breslow gets 2-year deal with Red Sox

    Source: Breslow gets 2-year deal with Red Sox

    ESPN.com MLB.com Jan 19, 2013
    The Boston Red Sox on Saturday reached agreement with their final arbitration-eligible player, striking a two-year, $6.25 million deal with lefthanded reliever Craig Breslow, according to a baseball source.
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  • Traveling to Foxborough

    Traveling to Foxborough

    ESPN.com Jan 19, 2013
    It is championship weekend in the NFL, and the AFC East blog is leaving its sunny Miami headquarters for chilly Foxborough. We will bring you all the latest in Sunday’s AFC title game between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots. These are the
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  • Celts' Bradley gets more X-rays, may sit again

    Celts' Bradley gets more X-rays, may sit again

    ESPN.com Jan 19, 2013
    Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley underwent another set of X-rays on Saturday to check on the status of the rib injury he suffered in Wednesday's loss to the New Orleans Hornets.
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  • Ranking team needs: New England Patriots

    Ranking team needs: New England Patriots

    ESPN.com Jan 19, 2013
    The AFC East blog concludes its series this week on ranking team needs. We finally take a look at the reigning division champion New England Patriots, who play in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. No. 1 need: Safety Analysis: The Patriots were 29th agains…
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  • Brian Scalabrine, Of All People, Also Risked His Long-Term Heal…

    Brian Scalabrine, Of All People, Also Risked His Long-Term Health By Rushing Back From A Concussion

    deadspin.com Jan 19, 2013
    We talk a lot about football players risking their long-term health and well-being by rushing back on to the field after sustaining horrible injuries, and in particular, risking their mental acuity and balance by forgoing concussion recovery procedures.…
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  • NFLPA Bowl Features Jordan Campbell

    NFLPA Bowl Features Jordan Campbell

    patriotsgab.com Jan 19, 2013
    LB #37 Jordan Campbell making an tackle   Jordan Campbell back in November was kind enough to give Patriots Gab an interview about his upcoming journey into the 2013 Draft. Jordan Campbell has had quiet the journey through out college and now his journe…
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  • Noah says Garnett still throws 'cheap shots'

    Noah says Garnett still throws 'cheap shots'

    ESPN.com Jan 19, 2013
    Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett is still a dirty player, at least according to Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah.
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  • Marco Belinelli Hits An Off-Balanced, Game-Winner In Overtime

    Marco Belinelli Hits An Off-Balanced, Game-Winner In Overtime

    dimemag.com Jan 19, 2013
    Chicago Bulls’ Marco Belinelli hits an off-balanced, game-winning shot as he falls to the floor in overtime tonight against the Boston Celtics.The post Marco Belinelli Hits An Off-Balanced, Game-Winner In Overtime appeared first on Dime Magazine (dimema
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  • Special Teams a Special Kind of Trouble

    Special Teams a Special Kind of Trouble

    patriotsgab.com Jan 19, 2013
    The special teams for New England was anything but special last Sunday versus the Houston Texans. The Patriots special team unit gave up returns of 94, 69, and 35 yards to Texans Safety, Daniel Manning, and all of those returns set up, 17 points of the …
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  • Video - AFC Championship is Jones family affair 03:08

    AFC Championship is Jones family affair

    Jan 19
    Baltimore 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.