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AFC North News and Rumors
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
Lee Evans' jersey seen at Ravens practiceIf 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
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 TweetOnly one ESPN expert (Mike Golic) predicted that the Baltimore Ravens would beat the Denver Broncos in last weekend's AFC divisional playoff game. A few more picked the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game, but twice the number of experts still predicted…Share TweetRavens quarterback Joe Flacco has never made it to the Super Bowl, but he is talking like he expects to get there. "I think we feel like we are a great team and nobody can beat us," Flacco said as the Ravens head into Sunday's AFC Championship…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.