Ravens vs. Packers Friday Injury Report and Game Status

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Haloti Ngata returned to practice today, after missing much of the week as he recovers from a hip injury. With Friday practices essentially being walk-thrus, Ngata’s participation isn’t surprising. Listed as Questionable, he should be considered a game-time decision. Here’s the final injury report for the week and the game status information for Week 6′s matchup between the Ravens and Packers. Bold indicates change in injury status from Thursday.   RAVENS Game Status OUT: None DOUBTFUL: DT Terrence Cody (knee) QUESTIONABLE: CB Chykie Brown (thigh) ~ WR Marlon Brown (thigh)...

Thursday Injury Report: Ravens v. Packers

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Attached is the Ravens Thursday injury report for their Week 6 matchup against the Green Bay Packers. Running back Shaun Draughn (ankle) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday’s report, and was removed after having been released Thursday morning Bold indicates change in injury status.   RAVENS Did Not Participate: DL Haloti Ngata (hip) ~ DT Terrence Cody (knee) ~ LB Albert McClellan (shoulder) Limited Participation: WR Marlon Brown (thigh) ~ C Ryan Jensen (foot) ~ WR Jacoby Jones (knee) ~ CB Chykie Brown (thigh) ~ G Kelechi Osemele (back) ~...

Tony Gonzalez to Baltimore? Keep Dreaming…

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Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez and Ravens’ legendary linebacker Ray Lewis have plenty of things in common. They’ve both played 17 years, they’ve both been to the Pro Bowl 13 times and they both will ultimately end up in Canton, OH as members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Unfortunately for Gonzalez, there is that one major thing that he has yet to do and that’s win a Super Bowl. Gonzalez had stated prior to the 2012 season that it would be his last, but after making it to the...

The Packers Bring a Well-Balanced Offense to Town

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While the Ravens have been searching for a balanced offense all year, their opponent this weekend (perhaps a bit uncharacteristically) happens to possess one of the most balanced offensive attacks in the league. With Aaron Rodgers under center, historically there haven’t been many negative things that could be said about the Packers offense. Nit-pickers would call them one-dimensional, and rightfully so, given their success in the passing game. The saying goes, “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it,” but when the Packers drafted running back Eddie Lacy out of Alabama...

Wednesday Injury Report: Ravens vs. Packers

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The Ravens edged out the Dolphins for a 26-23 victory despite having only three active wide receivers. With Aaron Rodgers and the high-powered Green Bay Packers offense coming to town, the Ravens are going to need all hands on deck if they hope to outscore the #3 offense in the league. As for the Packers, they have already ruled out four players on Sunday, most notably LB Clay Matthews. That’s a major break for the Ravens offense. Here’s how the injury report shakes out for the first day of practice....

Ravens at Dolphins: Injury Report and Game Status

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The following is the injury report and game status for the Week 5 matchup in Miami against the Dolphins.        Baltimore Ravens Injury Report DID NOT PARTICIPATE: DT Terrence Cody (knee) ~ C Ryan Jensen ~ LB Albert McClellan (shoulder) ~ DT Marcus Spears ~ WR Brandon Stokley (thigh) LIMITED PARTICIPATION: LB Arthur Brown (shoulder) ~ WR Marlon Brown (thigh) ~ RB Shaun Draughn (ankle) ~ WR Jacoby Jones (knee) ~ WR Deonte Thompson (concussion) ~ CB Lardarius Webb (thigh) FULL PARTICIPATION: N/A Baltimore Ravens Game Status OUT:...

Offense: Roster Bubble Predictions

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The Ravens have until Saturday at 6:00 p.m. to establish their 53-man roster. In some cases, players are fighting for a chance to live a dream by playing in the NFL, for others, they’re just trying to extend their career and collect another NFL-sized paycheck before being forced into retirement. Currently, the Ravens are in a bit of a predicament, with eight wide receivers still remaining on the roster, all of which have either made an NFL roster before, or have enough talent to do so now. Let’s take a...

Mellette Digs Out Of Harbaugh’s Dog House

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It has been a roller-coaster type of week for Ravens rookie wide receiver Aaron Mellette. On Thursday, Mellette caught his first career NFL touchdown — the only pass thrown his way. The following practice, coach John Harbaugh tore him a new one. “Get number 13 off the field,” Harbaugh yelled to the sidelines, criticizing Mellette on a field in front of fans watching practice on a small hill near the sidelines. “He’s lackadaisical and lazy, get number 13 off the field.” Mellette was just one of a handful of players...

Dallas Clark to the Ravens?

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According to Aaron Wilson from the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens and tight end Dallas Clark have mutual interest per a source. Clark is currently a free agent and is looking to resume his playing career after recording 47 receptions for 435 yards and four touchdowns as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2012. If he decides to sign with the Ravens, he’ll reunite with his old coach Jim Caldwell, and offensive counterpart, wide receiver Brandon Stokley, who officially signed with the Ravens earlier this morning. Clark does have...

Pollard’s Termination Letter from Ravens Fuels Motivation

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Athletes and football players alike employ many different tactics intended to provide additional motivation. For some players, it’s being told they’re not good enough. For others, it may be smack talk from an opponent that eventually becomes locker room bulletin board material. For former Ravens safety Bernard Pollard, his determination will be driven by termination. NFL Network’s Albert Breer tweeted a photo of Pollard’s locker, now a member of the Tennessee Titans. Pinned inside the locker is a Notice of Termination sent by the Baltimore Ravens on March 14, 2013, a day...

Camp Notes: July 28

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In terms of padded training camp practices, Sunday’s practice was a little more subdued – or perhaps it just seemed that way given the action-packed practice on Saturday, which was filled with plenty of fights and even a season-ending injury. That’s a great segue into the camp notes for Sunday’s practice. Here you go… Harbaugh Confirms Dennis Pitta Is Out For The Season The news Ravens fans had been dreading was officially confirmed by head coach John Harbaugh following practice. Dennis Pitta will miss the 2013 season with a dislocated...

Camp Notes: July 27

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Down Goes Dennis The injury bug has bitten the Ravens early, and it hurts. Tight end Dennis Pitta has a dislocated hip and will miss the September 5th season opener versus the Denver Broncos according to head coach John Harbaugh following Saturday’s practice. Click to read more about Pitta’s injury Fists Start Flying – Juan Castillo is the referee Today was the first day of full contact at practice and tempers flared. The first scuffle of the day came between center A.Q. Shipley versus linebacker Albert McClellan. After a few...

Dennis Pitta Dislocates Hip, Out For Season Opener

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Staying healthy during training camp is the key to a successful start of the regular season. Unfortunately for the Ravens, they’ve already lost one of their main offensive weapons. During red zone drills, tight end Dennis Pitta attempted to haul in a jump ball while being defended by safety James Ihedigbo. Pitta fell to the ground and stayed there for a few minutes. Afterwards, he was taken back into the Under Armour Performance Center with a towel over his head. Minutes later, a stretcher was brought from the parking lot...

Camp Notes: Friday, July 26th

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B-Mac dropped the Big Mac’s After being held out of practice yesterday due to weight concerns, left tackle Bryant McKinnie joined his teammates for the second full day of training camp. McKinnie had agreed when he re-signed with the Ravens to play lighter than his 2012 playing weight of 352 pounds. As you can see in the picture below, for a 6-8 athlete that doesn’t play in the NBA, McKinnie doesn’t look that bad. Secondary Standouts Ravens fans were pleasantly surprised with cornerback Corey Graham’s contributions last season in the...

Vonta Leach’s agent is talking up the Miami Dolphins

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The Miami Dolphins made a splash (pun intended) during free agency, and they may not be done yet. Ralph Vitolo, the agent for former Ravens fullback Vonta Leach, told the Miami Herald that he believes that his client will end up signing with the Miami Dolphins. Leach was released by the Ravens earlier this month after refusing to take a pay cut. When it comes to free agent talent, the Dolphins haven’t shied away from opening up their checkbooks. During the first two hours of free agency, the Dolphins signed...

It’s unfair to compare Aaron Hernandez and Ray Lewis

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On Wednesday, tight end Aaron Hernandez was arrested, released by the New England Patriots, and then charged with first-degree murder and five other firearm violations all within hours of each other. As the shocking developments continue to unfold surrounding Hernandez’s alleged involvement in the events that led to the death of Odin Lloyd, 27 on the night of June 14th, comparisons by multiple media outlets continue to draw a connection between Hernandez and Ravens legend Ray Lewis. This is unfortunate for Lewis, as his name was cleared in the stabbing...

(Video) Ray Rice, the punter?

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In most circumstances, the length of an NFL player’s career is strictly determined by their output on the gridiron. The major investments franchises commit to their players mean that they all do their homework before offering a contract. At the Scouting Combine, rookie hopefuls are tested in various categories that prove they’re amazing athletes. However, how high a guy can jump or how much he can bench rarely gives much insight into how he’ll play in the highest level professional football has to offer. It’s easy to see why some...

How will the Ravens’ running game look without Vonta Leach?

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Unable to agree on a restructured contract with the Ravens, fullback Vonta Leach now finds himself unemployed. He appeared to say his goodbyes to the Ravens on Twitter this evening. In the NFL, it’s not often that the best player at their position doesn’t have job security, but that was the case for Leach, who was underutilized despite his $3 million base salary. Leach was a locker room leader and extremely well respected amongst his peers. Cutting a three-time Pro Bowl player who hasn’t declined on the field seems atypical,...

Conflicting reports on Ravens “interest” in JaMarcus Russell

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An oft repeated cliche in NFL circles is, “One man’s trash is another’s treasure.” The cliche clearly has applicability to the Ravens when they courted and eventually signed Oakland Raiders outcast LB Rolando McClain. Now, according to reports, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome & Co. may be sifting through more of that Bay Area “trash”. After losing almost 40 pounds from his 300-pound frame (at the time of his release from the Raiders), JaMarcus Russell will receive an invite to workout with the Chicago Bears according to ESPNChicago.com. The news may...

Flacco’s agent sounds off on the Ravens front office

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While the rest of the country debated whether Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was elite or not, Flacco’s agent and the Ravens tried to establish his worth. In March, an agreement was reached and Flacco signed a six-year, $120 million contract ($52 million guaranteed) that made Flacco the highest paid player in NFL history. Even though Flacco’s agent Joe Linta was happy to receive the commission, he said the Ravens were “dumb” during negotiations last year. “I’ve never in my life seen a dumber move,” Linta told USA Today. “I guess...
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