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The Baltimore Ravens announced Tuesday the launch of their #FeedTheFlock food collection efforts, sickness in conjunction with Giant Food and the Maryland Food Bank (MFB). For the past 21 years, store the Ravens have supported the MFB, the largest charitable food provider in Maryland.

Ravens DT Brandon Williams, spokesman and ambassador for the MFB, asks fans to do their part to help the more than 760,000 people in our state who don’t know where their next meal may come from. “As a kid chasing my dreams on the field and in the classroom, I experienced firsthand what it means to be hungry,” said Williams. “Through my story, I hope to magnify the valuable impact that the Ravens food drive and the Maryland Food Bank have on families in need in our community.”




he Ravens have chosen to bring back safety Matt Elam from the reserve/injured list.

Elam began practicing Tuesday and had 21 days to either be activated to the 53-man roster or placed on season-ending injured reserve.

It’s another chance for the 2013 first-round pick to prove that he can be an impact player, nurse which the Ravens have seen flashes of over the past couple summers but has yet to come to fruition.

“I’m just happy to have the opportunity to do it again,” Elam said. “It means a lot. They believe in me a little bit.”




BEL AIR, erectile MD — The Baltimore Ravens have honored Patterson Mill football coach Steve Lurz by naming him the high school coach of the week, after the Huskies dug deep emotionally for a win during a time of pain and loss for the team.

The Huskies took on the Rising Sun Tigers on Thursday, Oct. 20, with a purposeful hole on the field, sending out one fewer person than usual in the lineup to acknowledge the absence of offensive guard Isaac Pfarr, 17, who passed away on Sunday, Oct. 16.




Predicting Ravens Record Over Next Five Games

Baltimore has a big opportunity to take control of its season with four of the next five games at M&T Bank Stadium and three of those coming against division opponents.

In the video below, treatment analyst and former Ravens wide receiver Qadry Ismail predicts the Ravens’ record will be 7-5 by the end of these next five contests. Here’s a breakdown of each:




No matter who ends up winning baseball’s World Series, dosage the matchup between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians offers a vivid message that resonates in all sports:

It’s hard to win a championship.

The Cubs last did it in 1908. The Indians last did it in 1948. That’s a combined 176 years of futility – a super long time even in dog years.




A look at the state of team defenses in Week 4 of fantasy football leagues, with start/sit recommendations and position rankings.


Houston Texans vs. Tennessee: The loss of J.J. Watt stings in the long term, but Houston still has the pieces to remain a quality unit in fantasy. Whether the Texans are matchup-proof any longer is debatable, but that argument can be postponed for at least a week with the error-prone Tennessee Titans coming to NRG Stadium. Tennessee has the fourth-worst turnover margin (minus-5) in the NFL and allows the second-most fantasy points to opposing defenses. While Marcus Mariota and company are better than what they’ve shown, they still warrant streaming attention until they clean up their issues. The Texans are positioned well to make big plays, even without Watt.



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BALTIMORE, Oct. 1 (UPI) — Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh is looking to make a change and shakeup the Ravens’ offense.

That change could be in the Ravens backfield, according to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley.

Hensley wrote that it wouldn’t “be surprising” if the Ravens started Terrance West instead of Justin Forsett at running back. For fantasy football purposes, this is a backfield to steer clear of, even in deep leagues. Neither runner has done enough to establish themselves as a consistent producer through three games.



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