1. Know Your Baltimore Ravens Coaching Staff

    Head Coach—John Harbaugh Former Philadelphia Eagles special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach John Harbaugh was hired as Head Coach of the Baltimore Ravens on January 19, 2008...

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  2. One-on-One with Mark Clayton of the Baltimore Ravens

    Mark Clayton - WR, Baltimore Ravens Former Oklahoma Sooner 5' 10", 190 pounds Round One/Pick 22 - 2005 NFL Draft 2008 Stats - 41 rec, 695 yds, three receiving TDs, one rushing TD, one passing TD 1...

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  3. Personnel Additions Will Expand Baltimore Ravens Playbook in 2009

    The Ravens haven't had the most exciting offseason. Their most publicized move was the dramatic resigning of Ray Lewis, and they failed to create a splash with their draft (as usual)...

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  4. Ravens Need Receiver, Fans Need Patience

    For years, Baltimore fans have been saying the same thing: "We need a quarterback." Now that Joe Flacco has donned his purple armor and swept the town off its feet, Ravens fans have been toying around with a new cliché: "We need a receiver...

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  5. Baltimore Ravens Must Continue to Grow in 2009

    11-5, 5-11, 13-3, 6-10, 9-7. Those aren't the store hours at your local post office, those are the Ravens' win-loss records over the past five years. You could find more consistency on Kristy Alley's bathroom scale...

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