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Ravens-Steelers: Inactives and pre-game notes

Rookie first-round pick Hayden Hurst's NFL debut will have to wait another week.

Seven Ravens players listed as questionable for Pittsburgh game

Inside linebacker C.J. Mosley is expected to play after practicing fully on Thursday and Friday.

Suggs rests again as Mosley, other Ravens practice fully for Pittsburgh game

The seven-time Pro Bowl linebacker is nursing a knee issue ahead of Sunday's game against Pittsburgh.
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The eternal swagger of Jimmy Johnson

Longtime South Florida author and sports columnist Dave Hyde joins Nestor to discuss the swagger of new book with NFL head coach Jimmy Johnson

Twelve Ravens Thoughts ahead of Week 12 trip to Jacksonville

Baltimore will aim for the seventh 8-3 start in franchise history against the Jaguars on Sunday.

Adding up 50 years of crab cakes for Pappas Restaurant family

Longtime general manager Angelo Rodriguez of Pappas Restaurant tells Nestor about 50 years of crab cakes and the new Bel Air spot coming in February.

Comparing Jacksonville and Baltimore as NFL franchises and cities three decades after expansion and the Tagliabue museum

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos about his aborted Jacksonville trip to cover the Ravens and Jaguars as a media professional and what is wrong about how franchises treat their communities. This one is spicy.

Ravens look to make it five wins in a row in Jacksonville

Lamar Jackson has a bad hip and many injuries questions remain for Sunday. Our WNST Baltimore Positive insider Luke Jones previews the gimpy Ravens trip to Jacksonville for a Thanksgiving weekend game with Trevor Lawrence and the improving Jaguars.

Talking turkey and football with a Hall of Famer

Hall of Famer Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk joins Nestor for an NFL playoff forecast and frank discussion of league issues that begin with Daniel Snyder and ownership.

The sportswashing event of the century on full display

Sure, we love soccer but the "bring your business to Qatar" ads on Fox television during the World Cup games aren't convincing Bill Cole and Nestor that this is anything other than the bags of billions of corrupt dollars that it so apparently appears to be this month. The blotter on Blatter and the FIFA criminals has now produced a tournament in the middle of winter in a liar's lair.

What happened to all of the fun on offense?

Dennis Koulatsos joins Nestor to discuss the emerging, old-school Ravens defense and sudden woes on offense as Lamar Jackson battles a hip injury.
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