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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Injuries: Sam Bradford (knee) limited in Vikes' practice
    Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford was limited in practice Thursday as he continues to rehab his knee. Who else was battling injuries heading into Week 5's contests?
  4. Joe Flacco defends Ravens' offense after blowout loss
    Joe Flacco posted the worst passer rating of any regular-season game in his career in the team's blowout loss to the Jaguars. Flacco defended his team after starting the season with three unimpressive outings.
  5. Suggs on Big Ben taking blame: I'm onto his tricks
    Where's that explosive, high-flying Pittsburgh Steelers' offense we all expected? Ben Roethlisberger has shouldered much of the blame, but Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs isn't buying it.
  6. John Harbaugh has 'no reaction' to Jags' late fake punt
    Even though the Jacksonville Jaguars were completely dominating the Baltimore Ravens, the Jags decided to run a fake punt late in the game. John Harbaugh said he had "no reaction" to it afterward.
  7. Transactions: Chiefs promote Hunt, cut Spiller again
    The Chiefs are going Hunting, while C.J. Spiller is going fishing. Kansas City promoted former Houston Texans running back Akeem Hunt to the active roster ahead of Sunday's clash with the Eagles.
  8. Twenty-eight things to know about Week 2 injuries
    The Philadelphia Eagles placed rookie running back Donnel Pumphrey on injured reserve, this after he tore his hamstring in practice earlier this week. Plus, other injuries we're tracking Friday.
  9. Ravens' Danny Woodhead (hamstring) out 4-6 weeks
    After missing nearly all of 2016 with a torn ACL, Baltimore running back Danny Woodhead is shelved again because of a hamstring. Who will the Ravens turn to in Woodhead's absence?
  10. Why Terrell Suggs 'has that Benjamin Button disease'
    Fifteen-year veteran linebacker Terrell Suggs showed no signs of slowing down in Baltimore's Week 1 shutout of the Cincinnati Bengals, prompting one teammate to call him 'Benjamin Button.'
  11. Marshal Yanda: Ravens will be more 'committed' to run
    Even before Joe Flacco's back became an issue, the Baltimore Ravens needed to get back to pounding the ball on the ground. Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda believes that's about to happen.
  12. Harbaugh: Joe Flacco (back) has resumed throwing
    John Harbaugh told reporter Tuesday Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has resumed throwing. Flacco has been sidelined since late July after aggravating his back.
  13. Injury roundup: Ravens' Albert McClellan tears his ACL
    The Baltimore Ravens announced Monday that veteran linebacker Albert McClellan suffered a torn ACL in practice last week and will be out for the entire 2017 season.
  14. Harbaugh: Joe Flacco will be back for Ravens' opener
    After weeks of I don't knows surrounding Joe Flacco's back issue and when exactly the quarterback would return to the field, head coach John Harbaugh was able to lay down something concrete.
  15. Jimmy Smith says Ravens' defense 'is a special unit'
    The Baltimore Ravens believe their defense could be one of the best in the league. After two good preseason games so far, Jimmy Smith is calling this year's squad "a special unit."