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  1. Ravens to play Bears in 2018 Hall of Fame Game
    The Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears will face each other in the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, August 2 in Canton, Ohio. This year marks the second-ever Thursday night kickoff for the Hall of Fame Game.
  2. Ray Lewis, Terrell Owens, Randy Moss lead HOF class
    Randy Moss, Ray Lewis and Terrell Owens are among the eight men who will be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this summer in Canton, Ohio.
  3. Mosley wants to stay a Raven, be 'second-best' ever
    Baltimore Ravens three-time Pro Bowl linebacker C.J. Mosley wants to remain in Baltimore for the rest of his career and ultimately end up the "second-best" ever behind Ray Lewis.
  4. Marty Mornhinweg to return as Ravens' OC in 2018
    The Baltimore Ravens will not change offensive coordinators. John Harbaugh said Thursday Maty Mornhinweg will return for the 2018 season. However, the Ravens will need a replacement for the DC role.
  5. Suggs: Loss to Bengals 'most devastating' of my career
    The Baltimore Ravens playoff hopes were dashed after the team's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Veteran pass-rusher Terrell Suggs called the loss the "most devastating" of his 15-year career.
  6. John Harbaugh: Talk of Ravens' demise 'exaggerated'
    Most wrote the Baltimore Ravens off early when the team sat at 3-4 after losses to the Bears and Vikings. Now the Ravens are two wins away from a playoff berth.
  7. Steelers clinch North with comeback win over Ravens
    After surrendering a first-quarter lead, the Pittsburgh Steelers fought all the way back against the division-rival Baltimore Ravens, 39-38, on the backs of Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown.
  8. Marlon Humphrey expects Steelers to pick on him
    Ravens rookie CB Marlon Humphrey will make his first career start in place of an injured Jimmy Smith on Sunday versus the Steelers. Humphrey discussed matching up against top WR Antonio Brown.
  9. Ravens' Jimmy Smith suspended four games for PEDs
    Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith was suspended four games by the NFL on Monday for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances, the league announced.
  10. Ravens defeat Texans to stay in AFC wild-card hunt
    The Baltimore Ravens capitalized on some steady defensive play and some costly mistakes by Houston Texans quarterback Tom Savage to pull off a 23-16 victory on Monday night.
  11. Suggs: Ravens' D treating shutouts like no-hitters
    The Ravens' defense has three shutouts thus far this season. However, Terrell Suggs said he'd rather not talk about the shutouts and that the team is treating them like "no-hitters."
  12. 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.
  13. 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.