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Lamar Jackson checks on photographer he ran over

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson reached out to a photographer he ran into Sunday, and made an amazing discovery about the non-football players who surround football fields. After colliding with Pittsburgh photographer Shelley Lipton at the end of a play last week, Jackson got in contact with her on social media to check on her condition. [more]

Justin Tucker is the AFC special teams player of the week

There are few guarantees in life or in football, but one of the best bets you can make is that Ravens kicker Justin Tucker is going to be named the top special teams player of the week in the AFC at least once a season. Tucker came into the 2019 season with nine such honors [more]

Shane Ray works out for Cardinals

The Cardinals worked out former Broncos pass rusher Shane Ray, Howard Balzer reports. Ray played for Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph in Denver. The Broncos made Ray the 23rd overall choice in 2015. Ray, 26, played 49 games with 11 starts in his four seasons in Denver, making 14 sacks. His best season came in [more]

Ravens sign defensive tackle Jihad Ward

The Ravens filled the roster spot they opened earlier in the day when they placed safety Tony Jefferson on injured reserve. The team announced the signing of defensive tackle Jihad Ward, one of six players the Ravens worked out Monday. Ward played three games with the Colts this season before Indianapolis waived him last week. [more]

Ravens place Tony Jefferson on IR

The Ravens placed safety Tony Jefferson on injured reserve Monday. They did not announced a corresponding move, but the team is expected to look at pass rushers this week, Jeff Zrebiec of TheAthletic.com reports. Jefferson tore his anterior cruciate ligament in Sunday’s win over the Steelers. Jefferson had one tackle and a pass defensed before [more]

A.J. Green will not play this week

A.J. Green is expected to return at some point this season, but it won’t be this week. Bengals coach Zac Taylor announced Monday that Green will not practice this week. That means he won’t return to the lineup against Baltimore on Sunday. Green injured his left ankle on the first day of training camp. He [more]

Ravens say Marquise Brown’s ankle injury is “nothing serious”

Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown reached the end zone for the first time since the season opener in Sunday’s overtime win over the Steelers, but he wound up having his playing time limited by an ankle injury. Brown played 37 of the team’s 81 offensive snaps, but it does not sound like the Ravens are [more]

John Harbaugh: Earl Thomas was trying to “pull off” Mason Rudolph

Earl Thomas defended his hit on Mason Rudolph, saying he “hit the strike zone” like taught and “didn’t go high.” After watching film of the hit that knocked out the Steelers quarterback, Ravens coach John Harbaugh agreed Monday. “I see Earl trying to pull off,” Harbaugh said, via Jeff Zrebiec of TheAthletic.com. “There’s no question [more]

Report: Heinz Field stadium cart failed due to operator error

Sunday’s Ravens-Steelers game included the terrifying Mason Rudolph injury and the confounding decision to have Rudolph walk off the field and into the tunnel. The cart that would have given Rudolph a ride wasn’t working, but after the game someone threw the person who was supposed to be driving the cart under the bus. Gerry [more]

Earl Thomas on Mason Rudolph: “I’m worried about him”

Ravens safety Earl Thomas felt terrible about knocking out Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph today. Thomas said after the game that he wasn’t trying to hit Rudolph in the head and hated seeing him unconscious on the ground. “I hit the strike zone like we talk about,” Thomas said, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN. “I didn’t [more]

Mason Rudolph taken to hospital for evaluation

Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph was knocked out cold Sunday, and is getting further tests. According to Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com, Rudolph was taken from Heinz Field “to be further evaluated” at a nearby hospital. Rudolph was motionless for a few moments after taking a shot to the head from Ravens safety Earl Thomas II. He stood [more]

Tony Jefferson tears ACL, out for year

Ravens safety Tony Jefferson has missed only three games in his seven-year career. He will miss the rest of this season, though. Jefferson injured his knee during Sunday’s overtime victory over the Steelers and will undergo season-ending surgery. “He has a knee, so he’s done,” Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced after the game. “He at [more]

Steelers lose Mason Rudolph, then lose to Ravens in overtime

The Steelers lost their quarterback, and then they lost the game. Mason Rudolph was knocked out with 7:17 remaining in the third quarter on a hit that was hard to watch. Third-string quarterback Devlin Hodges kept Pittsburgh in the game. But Justin Tucker kicked a 48-yard field goal with 10 seconds remaining in regulation to [more]

Deshaun Watson has perfect passer rating, Will Fuller three TDs as Texans roll

Receiver Will Fuller scored three touchdowns, and Deshaun Watson had a perfect passer rating as the Texans ran by the Falcons 53-32. Tight end Darren Fells had two second-half touchdowns on his only two catches as the Texans scored 37 second-half points after trailing 17-16 at halftime. Fells’ scores covered 8 and 12 yards. Watson [more]

Mason Rudolph knocked out on scary hit

Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph appeared to be knocked unconscious after being sandwiched between two players. Earl Thomas hit Rudolph from the front and Brandon Carr from the back as the quarterback left his feet on a third-down throw in the third quarter. Thomas was penalized for roughing the passer but was not ejected. Teammates immediately [more]

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