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  1. Ravens vs. Raiders: Week 5 game time, TV and more

    Here’s what you about the Week 5 game between the Ravens (2-2) and Oakland Raiders (2-2). Time: 4:05 p.m. Sunday Venue: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, Calif. TV: Chs. 13, 9 (Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl) Coverage map: Stream: CBS All Access Radio: WBAL (1090 AM) and 98 Rock (97.9 FM) (…
  2. Questions about Flacco mounting as Ravens hope to stop slide Sunday against Raiders

    Joe Flacco took the shotgun snap, dropped back three steps and then stood upright in the pocket. His eyes scanning the end zone, the Ravens quarterback patted the ball once, then stepped into a throw. The ball whizzed just between two diving Pittsburgh Steelers defensive backs that converged…
  3. High number of penalties does not worry Ravens coach John Harbaugh

    The Ravens could find themselves in the top 10 of a dubious category – again. The team has incurred 34 penalties in four games, tied for fifth in the NFL with the Seattle Seahawks. The 273 yards lost via penalties also ranks in the top 10, tied for sixth with the New York Jets. The club has r…
  4. Ravens notebook: Derek Carr not officially ruled out for Sunday; Ravens' Za'Darius Smith fined for hit on Roethlisberger

    The Raiders haven't officially ruled out starting quarterback Derek Carr, listing him as questionable for Sunday's game. Multiple reports have indicated that Carr, who is dealing with a back injury that coach Jack Del Rio initially said would keep him out anywhere from two to six weeks, isn't…
  5. Ravens defense searching for ways to revive suddenly dormant pass rush

    Terrell Suggs knew why the question was being asked. How can you make the inconsistent pass rush more consistent? “That’s a shot, right?” replied the venerable Ravens outside linebacker who is the franchise’s all-time leader in sacks with 117½. “That’s like a direct shot, right?” The response drew…
  6. Jimmy Smith, Ben Watson return to practice for Ravens ahead of Sunday's game vs. Raiders

    The Ravens got some good news on the injury front Friday as top cornerback Jimmy Smith and leading receiver Benjamin Watson returned to practice ahead of Sunday’s road game against the Oakland Raiders. Smith, who is dealing with an Achilles injury, and Watson, who has a calf issue, had missed p…