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Final roster cuts full of surprises

As the Ravens trimmed their roster down to 53, they made several surprising, though not head-scratching cuts.

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Ravens beat Saints, go 4-0 in preseason

Several bubble players made strong cases to make the roster as the Ravens complete a perfect preseason with a 23-14 victory over the Saints.

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Dixon out 4-to-6 weeks with MCL injury

Running back Kenneth Dixon’s knee injury was not as severe as though and will not require season-ending surgery, leaving a return by late September possible.

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Watson tears Achilles in preseason win over Lions

The in-game returns of Joe Flacco and Terrell Suggs were marred by the injuries of Ben Watson and Kenneth Dixon in the Ravens 30-9 preseason win over the Lions.

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Ravens take step back despite preseason win

The Ravens won the game and saw some good things they needed to see, but did not see what they needed out of their running backs or cornerbacks.

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The good and bad from Ravens preseason opener

There is reason to be more positive about the Ravens running back situation after their victory over the Panthers, but to be worried about the secondary.

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Third round pick Kaufusi out for year

Ravens third round draft pick Bronson Kaufusi broke his ankle in Thursday morning’s practice, almost certainly ending his season.

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Trent Richardson released by Ravens

Trent Richardson’ time with the Ravens and likely in the NFL has come to an end as they released him to make room in a crowded backfield.

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Long doesn’t sign injury waiver, remains FA

With his history of bad injuries, the Ravens wanted Jake Long to sign an injury waiver, but he choose not too and instead remains a free agent.

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Ravens sign former No. 1 pick Jake Long

Jake Long has bounced around the league the past few years but the Ravens signed the former No. 1 overall draft pick, who can still be a reliable tackle.

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