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Chopping Block - Seminoles Blog - Orlando SentinelFormer Florida State QB Christian Ponder impresses at Seminoles pro day....
The Fabulous ForumCincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer will ask the team to trade him or he will consider retiring, according to a report by ESPN's Chris Mortensen. With Coach Marvin Lewis returning to the team, it appeared Palmer would also return despite......
Groller's CornerTrying to capitalize on the New York Jets reaching the AFC championship game, HBO2 is re-airing its five-part series: "Hard Knocks: Training Camp With The New York Jets" on Saturday starting at 3 p.m. The series originally aired last summer. It will be...
While it remains uncertain whether the Ravens can beat the NFL's elite, there are no doubts that they can manhandle the league's downtrodden. Showing a steely focus and little mercy, the Ravens routed the lowly Cincinnati Bengals, 34-3, yesterday at a...
Tags: Mark Clayton, Athletes, AFC North, Sports, Baltimore Ravens
Sun reporterThe Ravens won here last year with explosive, big-play offense. They won here yesterday with dominant defense. Consider this the start of a new era.Where once this franchise routinely lost at Three Rivers Stadium to the Pittsburgh Steelers in a number of...
Tags: Plaxico Burress, Kent Graham, Chad Scott, Athletes, Marvel Smith
Sun StaffCINCINNATI - A month ago, Ravens coach Brian Billick sent Marvin Lewis a bottle of wine in recognition of his first win as the Cincinnati Bengals' coach. Yesterday, the Ravens clumsily hand-delivered another gift to their former defensive coordinator....
Sun StaffInstead of making a defining run to the postseason, the Ravens appear to be fading fast, much like their secondary did in the clutch yesterday. The Ravens suffered a 27-26 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals that was as devastating as it was disturbing,...
Sun StaffCINCINNATI -- The Ravens stamped their mark on the AFC North yesterday, an indelible black-and-blue one. From Jamal Lewis' first crushing run to the last hammering hit on Carson Palmer, the Ravens established themselves as the bullies of this division,...
Sun StaffLike the running lanes that were opened for Ravens running back Jamal Lewis yesterday, the Ravens' playoff road is clear. Like their pass rush, the Ravens' relentlessness is growing more ominous each week. Using a hammering running game and a...
Sun reporterThe Ravens got the last word with a last-second stand. Stuffing the Titans' Steve McNair on a quarterback sneak, the Ravens prevailed by seconds and inches for a 16-10 triumph over Tennessee last night in the final - and possibly most memorable -...
Sun reporterThe Ravens accomplished something yesterday that the city of Baltimore could not do since 1984: bring back the Colts. With the Ravens' 16-14 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals before an announced crowd of 50,917 at Cinergy Field, the Ravens (6-9-1) finished...
Tags: Athletes, Boomer Esiason, Eric Zeier, Matt Stover, Herring
Sun reporterIn the record books, it will go down as another Ravens' defeat. Another close loss. Another setback to the Jacksonville Jaguars in the final moments, this time by 29-27 yesterday before 63,712 at Alltel Stadium. But the Ravens at least left with self-...
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