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Washington workout results in job for Breshad Perriman

Former Ravens first-round pick Breshad Perriman has been making the workout rounds since being released by Baltimore, but he can stop moving around the country. Perriman worked out for Washington on Monday and there are multiple reports that he has signed a deal with the team. Several other players also worked out for the team, [more]

Hayden Hurst, Willie Henry won’t practice this week

Further medical testing confirmed Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley has no structural damage in his knee. That was a relief to the Ravens considering he was carted off Thursday night. “It’s what was reported. It’s a bone bruise. That’s good news,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN. “It wasn’t a structural [more]

Ravens bring back Albert McClellan

The Ravens saw linebacker C.J. Mosley go down with a bone bruise to his knee in last Thursday’s loss to the Bengals and they made a move on Monday to increase their depth while he’s out of the picture. The team announced that they have re-signed veteran linebacker Albert McClellan. McClellan was released on September [more]

NFL Network audience down from Week Two of 2017

As the viewing-window-by-viewing-window TV ratings become the NFL’s version of the Clarence Beeks crop report, the folks who are charged with making the crop report look as good as possible sometimes have to get creative. For NFL Network, the challenge was this: With the audience for the Week Two Thursday night game down from 8.08 [more]

Questionable holding call helped Bengals nail down victory

As the Ravens tried to mount an unlikely comeback against the Bengals on Thursday night after landing in a 21-point hole twice in the first half, the margin had reduced to five — and the momentum favored the Ravens. And so the play of the game arrived with 8:08 to play, the home team leading [more]

Steve Smith, Michael Irvin trade barbs over stats, routes, and rings

Great TV happens when analysts with strong opinions engage in an authentic, genuine debate. As long as no one gets physically assaulted. (More on that later.) On Thursday night, NFL Network analysts Michael Irvin and Steve Smith ended up in an on-air résumé-measuring contest, sparked by a comment from Irvin that Smith regarded as a [more]

Joe Flacco: We have to keep our heads up

The Ravens looked unstoppable in Week One against the Bills, but things didn’t go as swimmingly for them in Cincinnati on Thursday night. The Bengals jumped out to a 21-0 lead and a Ravens rally fell short in the second half when the Bengals sandwiched two field goals around a Joe Flacco fumble to finish [more]

Keenan Reynolds “pretty excited” to make potential regular season debut Monday night

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Keenan Reynolds is still an active member of the Naval Reserves. A Lieutenant Junior Grade in fact. He had drills scheduled this weekend in Nashville as part of his monthly commitment to the reserves. Instead, Reynolds will likely be in a different kind of uniform in order to play in his [more]

Bengals grab 34-23 win over Ravens behind three A.J. Green touchdowns

Andy Dalton tossed four first half touchdowns – three to A.J. Green – in building a 28-7 first half advantage only to need to hold off a furious rally by the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night. Bengals safety Shawn Williams forced a fumble of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco with just under three minutes to play. [more]

Ravens have scored 16 unanswered points to get within 28-23

The momentum turned at the end of the first half when Baltimore scored with eight seconds remaining before halftime, and it’s stayed on the Ravens’ sideline after intermission. Baltimore has scored 16 unanswered points to pull within 28-23 with 9:35 remaining in the fourth quarter. In the second half, Justin Tucker has hit a 55-yard [more]

C.J. Mosley has bone bruise

The Ravens announced that linebacker C.J. Mosley is doubtful to return with a bone bruise. That was much better news than was anticipated when the Pro Bowler was carted off in the first quarter. Mosley was injured on the Ravens’ first defensive series, limping off after the Ravens forced a three-and-out. Baltimore’s inside linebackers are [more]

Bengals lead 28-14 at halftime as Andy Dalton throws four touchdowns

The Ravens, who led Buffalo 26-0 at intermission before winning 47-3 in the season opener, appeared to be on the receiving end of a blowout Thursday night. They trailed 21-0 and 28-7 before tight end Mark Andrews caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Joe Flacco with eight seconds left in the half. Cincinnati still leads [more]

Michael Johnson, Billy Price leave with injuries

The Bengals are having a good day on the scoreboard, with a 21-0 lead early in the second quarter on three touchdown passes from Andy Dalton to A.J. Green. But they have lost two key players. The Bengals have ruled out defensive end Michael Johnson with a left knee injury. He did not have any [more]

Bengals up 14-0 as Ravens off to disastrous start

The Ravens saw C.J. Mosley carted off with a knee injury after the first series of the game. To add insult to injury, they trail 14-0 as A.J. Green has two touchdown catches. Joe Flacco has taken three sacks and thrown an interception, a pick that safety Jessie Bates returned 21 yards to set up [more]

C.J. Mosley carted off with knee injury

Ravens inside linebacker C.J. Mosley was taken off on a cart, headed to the locker room for further evaluation of a knee injury. He was injured on the Ravens’ first defensive series. Mosley limped off after the Ravens forced a three-and-out, appearing to land awkwardly. Baltimore’s inside linebackers are rookie Kenny Young and undrafted third-year [more]

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