Baltimore Ravens

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium | Coach: John Harbaugh
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense26th83.0 (28th)224.4 (16th)
Defense12th105.4 (9th)230.1 (13th)
2014 Draft
117C.J. MosleyILBBAMA
248Timmy JerniganDTFSU
379Terrence BrooksFSFSU
399Crockett GillmoreTECOLOST
4134Brent UrbanDEUVA
4138Lorenzo TaliaferroRBCSTCAR
5175John UrschelOGPSU
6194Keith WenningQBBALLST
7218Michael CampanaroWRWAKE


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Ray Rice looks like the 'Rice of old'
by Larry Hartstein |

Ravens running back Ray Rice "sure has looked good in training camp," observes the Baltimore Sun. "He had two long runs Saturday where he looked like the Rice of old. He never had great speed, but his cuts were excellent."

Due to his suspension, Rice won't play until Week 3.

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Lardarius Webb to undergo further tests on back
by R.J. White |

Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb is undergoing further testing on his injured back, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Webb has been out of practice since Saturday while dealing with the back issue, which could be worse than initially thought. He played all 16 games last season after missing 10 games the previous year.

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Chykie Brown returns to practice Monday
by R.J. White |

Ravens defensive back Chykie Brown returned to practice Monday, the Baltimore Sun reports. Brown missed Sunday's practice due to a tweaked hamstring.

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Dennis Pitta a difference maker in red zone
by Larry Hartstein |

With tight end Dennis Pitta out for most of last season, the Ravens ranked 31st in red zone scoring percentage, notes Pitta scored 10 touchdowns in the red zone in 2011 and 2012, three more than any other Raven during that span, and the team is expecting a similar impact in 2014.

Pitta appears fully recovered from last year's hip injury. "I’m out here not thinking about it," Pitta said. "It’s not giving me an issue at all; I feel 100 percent. I’m encouraged with where I’m at."

Pitta has plenty of motivation after playing in just four games last year. "Not playing very much at all last season, you just have to kind of watch and wish you were out there, watch other people do well and wish you could be out there showcasing your abilities," he said. "So, I’m excited to have that chance this year and certainly motivated to do that."

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Bernard Pierce 'most impressive back' in camp so far
by Larry Hartstein |

Running back Bernard Pierce, expected to start while Ray Rice is suspended, has been the Ravens' most impressive back in camp so far, reports Pierce's weight ballooned to 248 pounds following offseason shoulder surgery, but he's down to 222 pounds now.

"The weight loss is most evident in Pierce's elusiveness in between the tackles," the report said. "He can make better lateral cuts because he doesn't feel the weight as much on his knees." 

Coach John Harbaugh said Pierce has "seized the opportunity."

Pierce averaged 4.9 yards per carry as a rookie in 2012, just 2.9 yards per carry last season. "It definitely is motivating and also was humbling coming from the year before," Pierce said. "I think everybody's intention this year is to climb back up the chart and show everybody that we can get this run game started and we're still the Ravens from 2012."

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