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Cowboys pleased with Tony Romo's work

ARLINGTON, Texas -- No matter the outcome of Saturday night’s preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was going to be the story. In two series of work, Romo completed four of five passes for 80 yards and a touchdown. "I thought he looked comfortable," coach Jason Garrett said at halftime. Show More Summary

Ray Rice Injury: Updates on Baltimore Ravens RB's Shoulder and Return

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice left Saturday's preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys after apparently injuring his shoulder in the second quarter. The team's official Twitter account has the news: The team did get some promising...Show More Summary

Dallas Cowboys vs. Baltimore Ravens: Live Score and Analysis

The Dallas Cowboys are ready to play their second preseason game against the visiting Baltimore Ravens at 7 p.m. ET Saturday. The Cowboys are trying to bounce back from their 27-7 defeat to the San Diego Chargers last Thursday. Against...Show More Summary

Baltimore Ravens vs. Dallas Cowboys: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

Week 2 of the NFL preseason is here. Both the Baltimore Ravens and Dallas Cowboys held their final training camp practice Thursday. Now, it's time for these two teams to face each other in their second preseason game. Baltimore will travel to Texas to face the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium at 7 p.m. Show More Summary

W2W4: Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens (1-0) and Dallas Cowboys (0-1) face off in each team’s second preseason game Saturday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. 1. Efficiency of quarterback Joe Flacco. In the season opener last week, Flacco looked like a quarterback who had been in new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak's system for years. Show More Summary

W2W4: Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys (0-1) and Baltimore Ravens (1-0) play their second games of the preseason Saturday night at AT&T Stadium. Three things to watch: 1. Hello, Romo: Quarterback Tony Romo will make his preseason debut but it’s not clear how much he – or the rest of the regulars – will play. Show More Summary

Ravens vs. Cowboys 2014: How to watch online, TV schedule, radio and more

The Dallas Cowboys host the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night at 7 p.m. ET. Both teams are desperate for better years in 2014 and will have the chance to iron things out on national television this week. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony...Show More Summary

Steve Smith says he's embracing Baltimore Ravens' 'bully way'

Steve Smith always played with an edge as a Carolina Panther from the minute he entered the league in 2001. He's not about to change that in his 14th NFL season, even with a new team in the Baltimore Ravens. In an interview with CSNShow More Summary

Could Bernard Pierce take carries from Ray Rice when they're both active?

Bernard Pierce has been running well, and Ray Rice doesn't have a ton going for him. We break down the fantasy implications. The Baltimore Ravens don't exactly have a competition going on at the running back position -- not officially. Show More Summary

Suggs' occasional license to freelance

In what became a bad trend last season, Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs would crash inside on a running play and watch the runner race past him for a big gain on the outside. This happened again in the preseason opener. So,...Show More Summary

Steve Smith Specifies the Ravens' Lunchtime Bullying Method

Steve Smith spent the first 13 seasons of his NFL career with the Carolina Panthers, but before he even plays a snap for the Baltimore Ravens, he feels like he is a great fit with his new team. Why? The Ravens build bullies. Football teams need to be tough on the gridiron. Show More Summary

Steve Smith Details Exactly How He'd Bully You At Lunch

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

Your browser does not support iframes. Steve Smith has long been one of the best interviews in the NFL, and his move to the Baltimore Ravens doesn't seem to have done much to change that fact. Read more...

Steve Smith embraces “bully way” in Baltimore

When the Panthers moved on from receiver Steve Smith in the offseason, he made a beeline for Baltimore.  And for good reason. Smith identifies with the mentality that has made the Ravens a consistent contender and a two-time Super Bowl champion.  Notwithstanding the inescapable comparisons to the Ray Rice debacle. “When I look in the…

Baltimore Ravens vs. Dallas Cowboys: Preseason Week 2 Game Preview

Week 2 of the NFL preseason is here. For all 32 teams, it means training camp is either over or has just a few sessions remaining before players get to return home after a long and grinding camp. For the Baltimore Ravens, they held their final camp practice on Thursday. Show More Summary

Breaking down Ravens 2014 camp

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens wrapped up their 19th training camp, one that will be remembered for Steve Smith's spectacular catches, Jimmy Smith's deflections, Kelechi Osemele's pulverizing hits and a couple of season-ending...Show More Summary

Breaking Down 15 of the NFL's Most Likely Day 1 Rookie Starters

Rookie versus veteran battles for starting jobs are currently happening throughout the NFL this preseason, but some 2014 draft picks, such as Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins and Baltimore Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley, have...Show More Summary

Castillo confident Ravens can run the ball

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Talking to the media for the first time since the end of a disastrous 2013 season, Baltimore Ravens offensive line coach Juan Castillo refused to dwell on the worst rushing season in team history. "I'd rather not talk about last year. Show More Summary

Ravens Camp Report: Final Day

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of the final day of Baltimore Ravens training camp: Rookie seventh-round pick Michael Campanaro is making a convincing argument that he belongs on the team. He looked like...Show More Summary

Ravens decide to 'rest' Owen Daniels' legs

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Tight end Owen Daniels isn't injured, according to coach John Harbaugh. But the Baltimore Ravens tight end may not play in Saturday's preseason game at the Dallas Cowboys. "We decided to rest his legs a little bit," Harbaugh said after Thursday's practice. Show More Summary

Why Jernigan has been so disruptive

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- No Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman has spent more time in the offensive backfield than rookie second-round pick Timmy Jernigan. He has used his explosion to get past blockers, and he has blown up plays with pre-snap reads. Show More Summary

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