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Ravens confirm Joe Flacco tore both ACL and MCL

After Sunday’s win over the Rams, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that quarterback played the final three plays of the game after tearing his ACL and added that Flacco likely tore his MCL as well. On Monday, Harbaugh confirmed that both ligaments have been torn and that he’ll have surgery once swelling has gone down…

Matt Schaub's Updated 2015 Fantasy Outlook After Joe Flacco's Injury

Just when the Baltimore Ravens thought the 2015 season couldn't get any worse, they lost Joe Flacco for the rest of the season and are now forced to rely on Matt Schaub at starting quarterback. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh announced after the game against the St. Show More Summary

Joe Flacco Injury: Updates on Ravens Star's Knee and Recovery

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco suffered a torn ACL in the team's Week 11 victory over the St. Louis Rams, ending his season. Continue for updates. Flacco Tore Multiple Ligaments Sunday, Nov. 22 Head coach John Harbaugh confirmed...Show More Summary

Joe Flacco suffers season-ending knee injury

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco managed to finish the game, but afterward Coach John Harbaugh announced the worst possible news for the team: Flacco is out for the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament and possibly a torn medial collateral ligament, as well. “I think it was a courageous performance by him there at the […]

Ravens win costly as Joe Flacco lost for the season with knee injury

Not that it'll ruin the Baltimore Ravens' playoff hopes, but they'll play out the string this season without quarterback Joe Flacco, who tore his ACL on Sunday. Flacco will miss the rest of the season, coach John Harbaugh said. Flacco tore "at least" his ACL on a slant pass on the Ravens' last series in their last-minute win over the St. Show More Summary

Flacco tears ACL as nightmare Ravens season continues

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco suffered a torn ACL during Sunday’s win over the Rams and will miss the rest of the season, Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced after the game. The Ravens rallied to beat the Rams, 16-13, by scoring the game’s final 13 points. But that’s little consolation to a team that’s 3-7 and…

John Harbaugh says little, implies plenty, about the Rams

As the Ravens try to pick up their third win of the season, they’ll be facing a Rams team that has become the subject of plenty of debate and discussion about whether it engages in dirty play. On Wednesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh was asked about the situation. What he said wasn’t nearly as significant…

Breshad Perriman Injury Update: Ravens WR Put on Season-Ending Injured Reserve

The Baltimore Ravens were dealt another blow Tuesday, as wide receiver Breshad Perriman has been placed on injured reserve for the rest of the season, the team announced. Last week, head coach John Harbaugh said “the clock is ticking”...Show More Summary

AFC notes: Browns haven't beat the Steelers in Pittsburgh since 2003

Baltimore: The Ravens are 13-6 coming off a bye, 6-1 in that situation under Coach John Harbaugh. Baltimore is 13-2 at home in November on his watch. Buffalo: LeSean McCoy rushed for 112 yards against the Jets on Thursday, but running back Karlos Williams had the Bills’ only offensive touchdown....

Steve Smith Sr. Injury Update: Baltimore Ravens Receiver Suffers Season-Ending Achilles Tear, But John Harbaugh Expects Him Back Next Season

Steve Smith Sr. tore his Achilles tendon in Sunday’s win, an injury that will keep the wide receiver out for the rest of the season. But it may not be a career ending injury, as there are already indications that the 36-year-old receiver will be back in Baltimore next year. Show More Summary

Steve Smith is done for the season with Achilles tear

The season, and possibly the career, of Ravens receiver Steve Smith is over. After Sunday’s win over the Chargers, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Smith will miss the rest of the year with a torn Achilles tendon. Smith repeatedly has said that he will retire after the season. Smith’s agent recently pegged the chance of…

Key Takeaways from Ravens vs. Cardinals Monday Night Matchup

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was upset following his team's 26-18 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night. He had plenty of reasons to be unhappy. First, three massive decisions made by the referees went against the Ravens. Show More Summary

John Harbaugh: Chris Johnson’s long run should’ve been blown dead

Cardinals running back Chris Johnson had a 62-yard run on Monday night that looked at first like a four-yard run, as Baltimore defensive tackle Brandon Williams grabbed Johnson and brought him down. But Johnson came down on top of Williams and never touched the ground, and after a brief pause, he got back up and…

John Harbaugh: “No chance” Steve Smith will be traded

Earlier this week, PFT suggested that the Ravens should trade receiver Steve Smith to a contender. On Friday, coach John Harbaugh said that won’t be happening. Via Jamison Hensley of, Harbaugh told reporters of Smith, “I wouldn’t part with him.” While there’s a chance that Harbaugh is simply looking to pump up Smith’s potential…

John Harbaugh: Ravens’ clock management problems are on me

Ravens coach John Harbaugh admits that he should have done a better job of managing the clock late in Sunday’s loss to the 49ers. The Ravens had the ball at their own 20-yard line with 1:02 left in the game and ended up running out of time with the ball at the 49ers’ 35-yard line.…

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