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  • Five players the Cowboys should potentially deal before the 2019 NFL trade deadline

    CBS Sports "Believe it or not, but the NFL season is already one tick away from being in late October, and that means the trade deadline of Oct. 29 is approaching with the speed of a starving shark when there's chum in the water. The Dallas Cowboys could use help at a few positions,..." October 16

  • Five players the Patriots should try to deal for before the NFL trade deadline

    CBS Sports "As the NFL trade deadline draws near on Oct. 29, the New England Patriots have areas that could use some bolstering, despite their undefeated record following Week 6. Specifically, the reigning Super Bowl champs likely need a boost in some way, shape or form when it comes to..." October 16

  • Justin Tucker repeats as AFC special teams player of the week

    CBS Baltimore "Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker is the Week 6 AFC Special Teams Player of the Week, the NFL announced Wednesday morning.     Special Teams Players of the Week (Week 6): AFC: October 16

  • John Harbaugh expects CB Marcus Peters to play vs. Seahawks

    Clutch Points "Baltimore Ravens head coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters on a conference call on Wednesday that he expects newly-acquired cornerback Marcus Peters to play on Sunday, according to Gregg Bell of The News Tribune. The Ravens are set to face the Seattle Seahawks in Week 7 in what..." October 16

  • Pete Carroll Sees Shades of Colin Kaepernick in Lamar Jackson’s Offense

    Heavy "Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has some familiarity with Ravens’ offensive coordinator Greg Roman from his days in the NFC West with the Niners. During his Week 7 press conference, Carroll was asked if there are similarities to what the Ravens are running with Lamar Jackson to..." October 16

  • Ravens get Jimmy Smith back on the practice field

    Pro Football Talk "The Ravens suddenly have a lot of new corners on the field. Via Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, veteran cornerback Jimmy Smith is participating in individual drills in practice today. " October 16

  • Roger Goodell confirms talks on a 17-game season

    Pro Football Talk "The NFL wants an 18-game season. It may end up settling for 17. Commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed for reporters on Wednesday that talks between the NFL and NFL Players Association have occurred regarding an expansion of the regular season from 16 games to 17. And, to no surprise,..." October 16

  • NFL not considering draft lottery

    The Score "The NFL has no interest in overhauling its draft format and introducing a lottery, commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday at the conclusion of the league's fall meeting. With the Miami Dolphins appearing to position themselves to secure the first overall pick in next year's..." October 16

  • Roger Goodell defends officials over lack of successful PI challenges

    The Score "NFL commissioner Roger Goodell isn't too worried about the lack of successful pass interference challenges that has left coaches across the league frazzled. "The thought process was to fix the obvious and clear error," he told reporters Wednesday at the NFL owners..." October 16

  • Jaguars exec Tom Coughlin releases statement on Jalen Ramsey trade

    Larry Brown Sports "One of the main reasons Jalen Ramsey forced his way out of Jacksonville was that he was not getting along with the team’s front office, and Jaguars executive vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin was at the center of that. On Wednesday, Coughlin addressed the decision to..." October 16

  • Six future first-round picks have already been traded

    Pro Football Talk "NFL teams value first-round draft picks, but an increasing number of teams are showing that they’re willing to trade away first-round picks in the future to get a player they want now. In fact, six future first-round draft picks (four in the 2020 NFL draft and two in the 2021..." October 16

  • Ravens fan had Lamar Jackson autograph his arm, turned it into tattoo

    Yardbarker "Lamar Jackson proved just how dangerous of a dual-threat quarterback he is with a record-setting day against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, and one Baltimore Ravens fan decided to commemorate the performance by having Jackson sign his forearm. Now, that signature isn’t going..." October 15

  • John Harbaugh confident that Earl Thomas knows how to handle return to Seattle

    Clutch Points "Earl Thomas and the Seattle Seahawks did not exactly end on good terms, as the last time Thomas was seen in a Seahawks uniform, he was being carted off of the field with a broken leg while giving head coach Pete Carroll the middle finger. Now, Thomas is a member of..." October 15

  • Rams trade Marcus Peters to Ravens for linebacker Kenny Young

    Los Angeles Times "The Rams traded cornerback Marcus Peters to the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday for linebacker Kenny Young and an undisclosed 2020 draft pick. The move shakes up a Rams team that has lost three games in a row and opens the door for a possible trade deadline pursuit of..." October 15

  • NFL needs to implement 'sky judge' option for overturning egregious mistakes

    CBS Sports "Monday night felt like a tipping point for the NFL when it comes to officiating issues, with the Lions being robbed of a divisional road victory thanks to multiple blunders in favor of the Packers from Blake Cleteman's crew. No one thinks there were shenanigans at play here, but..." October 15

  • Lamar Jackson isn’t Michael Vick — he’s better

    SB Nation "There’s a long history of running quarterbacks in the NFL. Fran Tarkenton, Steve Young, and Randall Cunningham all ran for thousands of yards before Lamar Jackson was even born. Cam Newton broke the rushing touchdown record for quarterbacks back in 2016 and keeps..." October 15

  • NFL needs someone who can explain, defend, apologize for questionable calls

    Pro Football Talk "When it comes to mistakes routinely made by game officials, the NFL is less transparent than construction paper. Fearful of the potential negative impact of admitting what is often obvious, the NFL unreasonably protects officials by never acknowledging their blunders publicly. This..." October 15

  • 10 NFL trades that make too much sense

    Sportsnaut "The NFL trade deadline is quickly approaching. It’s been a more active part of the year since the league moved the deadline back to about mid season. That’s not going to change ahead of Oct. 29. Multiple teams are already out of the playoff picture and are looking to..." October 15

  • Ravens sign Bennett Jackson off of Jets practice squad

    BaltimoreRavens.com "After losing safety DeShon Elliott to a knee injury, the Ravens have added a player they are very familiar with. Bennett Jackson was signed Tuesday off the New York Jets’ practice squad, moving the 28-year-old veteran a step closer to playing in his first regular-season game..." October 15

  • John Harbaugh would prefer Lamar Jackson not take “certain hits”

    Baltimore Sun "Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson set a career high for rushing yards Sunday, but it required a season-high 19 carries. And he didn’t always stay out of trouble. Along the way to 152 rushing yards, the third most in NFL regular-season history by a quarterback, Jackson took the..." October 15

  • Answering nine questions that could define the NFL season

    ESPN "There's very little settled in the NFL through six weeks. The Patriots are very good, the Dolphins are awful and just about everything in the middle seems to be up for grabs. We've seen teams like the Chiefs, Cowboys and Rams go on losing streaks, while the Panthers and..." October 14

  • 32 things we learned from Week 6 of the 2019 NFL season

    USA Today "The 32 things we learned from Week 6 of the 2019 NFL season: 1. Shoutout to one of my esteemed former colleagues, Tom Pelissero, who continues doing stellar work for NFL Network ever since leaving USA TODAY Sports. But more important is the redoubtable character of Tom..." October 14

  • Pat McAfee: Al Riveron Is a Terrible Leader and It's Ruining the NFL

    The Big Lead "Pat McAfee, appearing in one of his 45 jobs in a role on Get Up this morning, really lit into NFL SVP of officiating Al Riveron, calling him a terrible leader of men and saying that his incompetence is ruining the game: McAfee has been on this wavelength on his DAZN show,..." October 14

  • Best And Worst QB Performances From NFL Week Six

    Sportsnaut "he 13 games played so far in NFL Week 6 were highlighted by a couple of epic offensive showdowns, some flawless masterpieces and a few rotten eggs. We’re diving into the best and worst quarterback performances from the weekend’s action, starting with the man who led the..." October 14

  • Lamar Jackson, Ravens send Bengals to worst start since 2008

    USA Today "The fact that Bengals are 0-6 for the first time since 2008 is troubling enough. But given how they played in the 23-17 loss to the Ravens before a crowd of 70,051 at M&T Bank Stadium, it's hard to see things getting better. It was not as close as the score..." October 13

  • Ravens’ Lamar Jackson Continues To Make History

    Sportsnaut "Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson continues to do things that we have not seen from a player at his position in modern NFL history. That continued Sunday against a winless Cincinnati Bengals team. Jackson became the first quarterback in regular season history to..." October 13

  • Vontaze Burfict Should Be 'Mentally Evaluated' ... Says Ed Reed

    TMZ "NFL legend Ed Reed is concerned about Vontaze Burfict's mental health -- and is calling for the Oakland Raiders star to be "mentally evaluated" over his history of violent play. "After all the years ... dude actually needs to be evaluated," Reed..." October 12

  • 30th anniversary of Herschel Walker trade: Counting down NFL's biggest in-season trades

    USA Today "Saturday, Oct. 12 marks the 30th anniversary of the biggest trade to take place during the NFL regular season in the league's 100-season history. In 1989, the Dallas Cowboys shipped their star running back, Herschel Walker, to the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for a bounty of players..." October 12

  • 15 key questions for NFL Week 6

    Larry Brown Sports "Week 6 of the NFL sees an exciting matchup between winless teams — we had to, sorry. It compensates, though, by pairing Deshaun Watson and Patrick Mahomes up for what could be a shootout, as well as several divisional battles that could have a key say in who gets a division title and a..." October 12

  • Brandon Carr named this week’s NFLPA Community MVP

    Pro Football Talk "Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr‘s off-field work has led the NFLPA to name him as their Community MVP of the week. Carr is being recognized because he has pledged to donate $12,500 per game this season to fund breast cancer screenings and mammograms through the National..." October 11

  • Marquise Brown will be a game-time decision for Ravens

    Sportsnaut "After suffering an ankle injury in Week 5 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Marquise Brown may now miss Sunday’s upcoming game against the Cincinnati Bengals. " October 11

  • Study Reveals NFL Players’ Risk Of Getting CTE Increases 30% Every Season They Play

    BroBible "A new CTE study from neuroscientists at Boston University reveals just how dangerous playing in the NFL really is on the brain. While fans and players talk about the sport as being gladiator-like, given the amount of head and neck injuries that occur due to the constant..." October 11

  • Case for Colin Kaepernick is more like a Hail Mary for out-of-work QB

    USA Today "You can picture Colin Kaepernick dodging tacklers behind the line of scrimmage. His receivers sprinting furiously toward the end zone. His right arm launching the football skyward as the clock winds down. Because it feels like Kaepernick is attempting a..." October 11

  • Earl Thomas fined for hit on Mason Rudolph, tried reaching out to injured QB

    The Score "Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas said he was fined $21,000 by the NFL for a blow to Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph that knocked the pivot out of their Week 5 game. While leaping at Rudolph, Thomas' helmet connected with the..." October 11

  • Carli Lloyd 'definitely considering' NFL career

    Sporting News "Two-time World Cup winner Carli Lloyd will seriously consider pursuing a future career as an NFL kicker when she retires from soccer. Lloyd, 37, sent social media into a spin when she drilled a series of field goals, including one from 55 yards, while visiting a Philadelphia..." October 11

  • Agent: 'I have never seen anything like' Colin Kaepernick's unemployment

    The Score "Representatives for quarterback Colin Kaepernick released a fact sheet on Thursday that pushes back on "false narratives" regarding his unemployment, which is approaching three years in length. According to the statement, no team has offered Kaepernick a contract..." October 10

  • NFL trades we'd love to see before Oct. 29 deadline

    Yardbarker "Yardbarker NFL writers Michael Tunison and Chris Mueller address some of the hottest issues in the league. This week's topic: potential deals before NFL's Oct. 29 trade deadline. Mueller: Historically, the NFL has not been a league defined by major in-season trades. The..." October 10

  • The Onside Kick Is Dead. Here’s How To Fix It

    Deadspin "Football games don’t have to end like this. Last year in the NFL, only four onside kicks were recovered all season long, down from 12 in 2017 (with Miami having recovered four of them on their own!). So far this year, no team has recovered one. Two weeks ago, the Colts were down to the..." October 10

  • 5 NFL Teams That Should Trade for AJ Green

    Complex "AJ Green has yet to play a game for the Cincinnati Bengals this season, but his name is currently in the headlines because there are plenty of trade rumors swirling around. On the possibility of being traded before the October 29 deadline, Green said, "I'm prepared for anything."..." October 10

  • NFL bans Ravens' crazy kickoff dropkick after watching Baltimore use it just one time

    CBS Sports "After having Justin Tucker experiment with a new type of kickoff earlier this year, the Ravens won't be allowed to utilize their new kick anymore, and that's because it has now been deemed illegal by the NFL.  Ravens coach John Harbaugh raised..." October 10

  • Justin Tucker is the AFC special teams player of the week

    BaltimoreRavens.com "Another game-winning performance, another award for Justin Tucker. For the 10th time in his career, Tucker has been named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after his clutch effort against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tucker was a perfect 4-for-4 on field goal attempts Sunday, including..." October 09

  • Ravens' Lamar Jackson checks on photographer after sideline hit

    ESPN "Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson did more than help up a photographer that he accidentally knocked down on the sideline during Sunday's 26-23 overtime win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jackson later direct messaged Shelley Lipton, a Pittsburgh-area..." October 09

  • Ravens place Tony Jefferson on IR

    NBC Sports Washington "Following a torn ACL and potentially more suffered in Sunday's win against the Pittsburgh Steelers, safety Tony Jefferson was placed on injured reserve on Monday, the team announced. In a corresponding move, Baltimore brought up wide receiver Sean Modster from the..." October 08

  • Who Are the Hottest NFL Coaching Candidates Right Now?

    Bleacher Report "Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder scheduled a 5 a.m. meeting with head coach Jay Gruden on Monday. It's the coaching version of being asked to hand in your playbook. Instead, Gruden handed in his key card. Snyder will begin his search for another new head coach after..." October 08

  • Ravens sign defensive tackle Jihad Ward

    Baltimore Sun "The Ravens have signed former Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman Jihad Ward, the team announced Monday night. The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Ward (first name pronounced juh-HODD), a second-round draft pick by the Oakland Raiders in 2016, played three games for the Colts this season before..." October 08

  • Ravens say Marquise Brown’s ankle injury is “nothing serious”

    Pro Football Talk "Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown reached the end zone for the first time since the season opener in Sunday’s overtime win over the Steelers, but he wound up having his playing time limited by an ankle injury. Brown played 37 of the team’s 81 offensive snaps,..." October 07

  • The NFL’s Passing Records Are Becoming Meaningless

    Wall Street Journal "Tom Brady passed Brett Favre on the NFL’s career passing yards list Sunday, placing him only behind Peyton Manning and Drew Brees. It’s a testament to one of the best players ever, his unprecedented durability—Brady is 42 years old, you might have heard—and a career that..." October 07

  • 10 NFL trade candidates, and proposing deals that make sense

    ESPN "As recently as five years ago, a column about midseason trades would have been more of a wish list than anything else. NFL teams rarely traded veteran players at all, let alone in the middle of campaigns. Last season alone, though, we saw Amari Cooper, Eli Apple, Damon..." October 07

  • Ravens' Earl Thomas not expected to be suspended for hit

    NFL.com "NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Monday morning that Thomas isn't expected to be suspended for the hit, per a source informed of the situation. The play will be reviewed for a possible fine, Pelissero added. Thomas was flagged for the play but not..." October 07

  • Steelers' Mason Rudolph allowed to leave hospital after suffering concussion, per report

    CBS Sports "Mason Rudolph lay motionless on the field for several moments after receiving a big hit from the Baltimore Ravens' Earl Thomas during the third quarter in Pittsburgh.  Rudolph, who has been officially diagnosed with a concussion, was cleared to..." October 07