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Ngakoue, Bryant debut at Ravens practice while Ingram, Humphrey sit out

Edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue was suited up for the first time in Owings Mills on Wednesday.

Jimmy Smith expects latest edition of Ravens-Steelers to come down to defense

Baltimore ranks first in scoring defense while Pittsburgh is allowing the fewest yards per game in the NFL.

McPhee puts Ravens-Steelers ahead of Bears-Packers for NFL’s best rivalry

The veteran edge rusher spent three seasons with Chicago and said the play is more physical in the AFC North.

Earlier today, The Sun reported that Cleveland offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski signed a contract extension and will remain with the Browns. He has cancelled his appointment to meet with Steve Bisciotti and the Ravens today for the head coaching job.

The media situation in Cleveland is strange today, with most of the state being at tonight’s national championship game covering Ohio State (they’re still the biggest deal in the state of Ohio, really.)

Meanwhile, Terry Pluto wrote a great piece on Chudzinski and his situation in this morning’s Cleveland Plain Dealer.

As Brian Billick would say: “Next man up!”

 

 

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Ngakoue, Bryant debut at Ravens practice while Ingram, Humphrey sit out

Edge rusher Yannick Ngakoue was suited up for the first time in Owings Mills on Wednesday.

Jimmy Smith expects latest edition of Ravens-Steelers to come down to defense

Baltimore ranks first in scoring defense while Pittsburgh is allowing the fewest yards per game in the NFL.

McPhee puts Ravens-Steelers ahead of Bears-Packers for NFL’s best rivalry

The veteran edge rusher spent three seasons with Chicago and said the play is more physical in the AFC North.

Jackson says Ravens-Steelers about the cities as much as two teams

The Baltimore quarterback also called the Dez Bryant acquisition "tremendous" and couldn't wait to hit the practice field with the veteran receiver.

Harbaugh on Dez Bryant: “When and if he’s ready to go, he’ll be out there”

The Ravens head coach tried his best to temper expectations for the former Dallas Cowboy who hasn't played in the NFL since 2017.

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