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Breaking down Ravens' 53-man roster
The Baltimore Ravens' 53-man roster can change before next Sunday's season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, but here is how the team stands right now (*-denotes a projected starter; x-denotes a suspended player):Quarterbacks (2) Joe Flacco* Tyrod Taylor The Ravens keep two quarterbacks for the fifth straight year, and it's the fourth in a row with the duo of Flacco and Taylor.
Camp Confidential: Baltimore Ravens
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens are banking on a different offensive coordinator and a new big-name target in the passing game to change their fortunes in 2014, but the jury is out because the offense has been up and down so far in camp.
RTC: What's next for Dallas Clark?
Here's Thursday's Colts' Reading the Coverage ... .• Mike Chappell of the Indy Star writes about what's next for the newly-retired Dallas Clark.
Retired TE Clark: 'Very lucky' to be a Colt
RTC: Peyton Manning praises Dallas Clark
Here's Wednesday's Colts' Reading the Coverage. ... Mike Chappell of the Indy Star caught up with quarterback Peyton Manning to get his thoughts on tight end Dallas Clark retiring after an 11-year career.
TE Clark to retire with Colts after 11 seasons
TE Dallas Clark to retire as a Colt
INDIANAPOLIS -- Tight end Dallas Clark, a fixture with the Indianapolis Colts for nine seasons, will retire with the team on Wednesday.Clark, the 24th overall pick by the Colts in 2003, set franchise records for receptions (427) and receiving touchdowns (46) by a tight end.
Sources: Ravens, Pitta agree on 5-year deal
Ravens free-agent rankings: No. 13
The Baltimore Ravens have 13 unrestricted free agents, if you count wide receiver Brandon Stokley as retired. The Ravens are expected to make more cuts before the start of free agency (March 11), but I will focus my ranking on the 13 who are currently not under contract with the team.
Ravens' position analysis: Tight ends
For the next two weeks, let's a take a position-by-position review of the Baltimore Ravens' 2013 season and give a sneak peek of what lies ahead:TIGHT ENDSUnder contract (2014 salary-cap number): Matt Furstenberg (future-reserve contract), Nathan Overbay (future-reserve).
Mailbag: Why the issues with Jim Caldwell?
The Detroit Lions finally have a new coach, and that means all of you have a ton of questions.Questions about Jim Caldwell and free agency littered this week's Lions Mailbag.
Pitta is active for Ravens, Dumervil inactive
BALTIMORE -- Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta will play his first game since the Super Bowl, and outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil will miss his first game since 2011.
Ravens TE Pitta returns to practice
Ravens report card vs. Bengals
Grading the Baltimore Ravens in their 20-17 overtime win against the Cincinnati Bengals.Quarterback: After Joe Flacco bought time before throwing his first touchdown, it was a shaky performance for most of the way.
Defense may have to carry Packers
BALTIMORE -- With 12 seconds left in the first half of Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Nick Perry sacked quarterback Joe Flacco and knocked the ball loose.
Friday Conversation: Pierre Garcon
The Washington Redskins viewed him as a No. 1 receiver even if others disagreed. A year ago the Redskins went 9-1 with Pierre Garcon, who signed here in 2012 after four years with Indianapolis.
Ravens miss Pitta more than Boldin
The uproar after Week 1 was how much the Baltimore Ravens missed wide receiver Anquan Boldin, and the Ravens certainly would benefit from his toughness and clutch plays.
Wake-up caw: Ed Dickson still motivated
Here's your morning briefing on the Baltimore Ravens beat with the wake-up caw ... Tight end Ed Dickson told The Baltimore Sun he isn't frustrated by his slow start.
Dallas Clark's upside
Baltimore Ravens tight end Dallas Clark notably led the team in receiving targets in his team's first game against the Denver Broncos. Yes, quarterback Joe Flacco will absolutely not be throwing the ball 62 times per game, as he did in Week 1.
Chat Rewind: Revisiting Bobby Rainey
The first-ever Baltimore Ravens chat was held Wednesday. You missed it? Well, lucky for you, just click right here for the full transcript. Or you can continue reading for the highlights .
Daube: Targets give fantasy hints
Harris: Week 2 free agent finds -- Edelman, Cameron
Giants different kind of test for Broncos
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Fresh off the feel-good season opener the Denver Broncos' secondary will get an entirely different kind of test Sunday against the New York Giants.
Locker Room Buzz: Baltimore Ravens
DENVER -- Observed in the locker room after the Baltimore Ravens' 49-27 loss to the Denver Broncos.Sobering loss: The atmosphere in the Ravens' locker room was more disappointment than anger.
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The funny side of Peyton Manning
The funny side of Peyton Manning
Watson details decision to return to Patriots
Ben Watson explains why the Patriots and Saints were atop his preferred list of places to play and what's different about his second stint in New England.
Could Elliott end up in a Bell-like contract situation?
The NFL Live crew weighs in on whether Ezekiel Elliott's contract situation will mirror Le'Veon Bell's impasse with the Steelers.
Stephen A.: Dak deserves to be paid
Stephen A. Smith credits Dak Prescott for his character and effectiveness, saying he deserves to be paid big money.
Gase denies rift with Maccagnan, calls Bell trade rumors 'ridiculous'
Jets head coach Adam Gase calls the reports false that he backstabbed former GM Mike Maccagnan and also rebuffs the Le'Veon Bell trade rumors.
'Next Malcolm Butler'? Hope exists for Dolphins' undrafted free agents
Coach Brian Flores helped groom the cornerback into one of the best undrafted free-agent signings, and players are hoping he'll do the same in Miami.
Ravens' Miles Boykin brings sure hands after years of breaking fingers
The late-developing Boykin broke some fingers on the way to becoming a reliable target the Ravens hope will pair well with Lamar Jackson.