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  1. Wallace: Ravens' D playing at 'championship level'
    The Ravens are alive in the AFC thanks to a rough-and-tumble defense that pitched its third shutout of the year Sunday. Ravens WR Mike Wallace praised his defense following the big win over Green Bay.
  2. Clinton-Dix calls Ravens center 'trash' after injury
    The Packers fell to the Ravens, and in the process, also lost two important defenders. Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was upset by the play of Ravens center Ryan Jensen, which left a Packer injured.
  3. Breshad Perriman inactive for Baltimore Ravens
    The Ravens are demoting former starting wide receiver Breshad Perriman, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The move could last only this week depending on how Perriman responds.
  4. Ravens activate Danny Woodhead off injured reserve
    The Baltimore Ravens activated Danny Woodhead off injured reserve Saturday. Woodhead hasn't played since he suffered a hamstring injury in Week 1 against the Bengals.
  5. Ravens OC: We must be aggressive in 'real smart way'
    Coming out of their bye week, the Baltimore Ravens are priming to make a run at the postseason. But first, they have to course-correct on offense.
  6. Terrell Suggs warns Ravens: Fix mistakes or be left out
    Another late loss to an opponent has the Ravens potentially on the ropes. Veteran linebacker Terrell Suggs knows what that could mean to his team's hopes, noting they need to fix their mistakes.
  7. Ravens RB Danny Woodhead returns to practice
    The Ravens got a boost to their running back corps as Danny Woodhead, who has been on injured reserve all season with a hamstring injury, returned to practice. He's eligible to play in Week 11.
  8. Injuries: Pats WR Chris Hogan avoids shoulder surgery
    Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan won't need surgery on his shoulder, just rest and rehab, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Plus, other injuries we're tracking on Tuesday.
  9. Harbaugh on Flacco: 'Good chance' he'll play vs. Titans
    John Harbaugh told reporters Monday that any lingering concussion symptoms "are zero" with QB Joe Flacco ahead of Sunday's game, adding: there's a good chance he'll play.
  10. Alex Collins rewards Ravens' faith in him with big night
    With the Ravens' running game in need of a lift, Alex Collins, used as a feature back for the first time this season, churned out 143 all-purpose yards as Baltimore blew out the Dolphins.
  11. Ravens overcome Joe Flacco injury, dominate Dolphins
    The Baltimore Ravens suffered a blow when Joe Flacco exited the game early after suffering a concussion, but that didn't stop them from dominating in a 40-0 victory over the Miami Dolphins.
  12. Joe Flacco suffers concussion on hit from Kiko Alonso
    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco left Thursday's game against the Miami Dolphins in the second quarter after suffering a concussion on a hit from Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso.
  13. Flacco on Ravens' limited offense: 'It just is what it is'
    The Baltimore Ravens' offense struggled against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, losing 24-16. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco found himself short-handed after Mike Wallace exited with a concussion.
  14. Steve Bisciotti defends Flacco, Harbaugh, Newsome
    The Baltimore Ravens have struggled on offense this season. Steve Bisciotti hasn't lost trust in his core hires, though. The owner defended his quarterback, general manager and coach amid a 3-3 start.
  15. John Harbaugh won't pin Ravens' woes on Mornhinweg
    The Baltimore Ravens' offense is sputtering. But coach John Harbaugh isn't ready to blame his offensive coordinator yet. "That's nonsensical," Harbaugh said of pointing the finger at Marty Mornhinweg.