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Dec 29, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Baltimore Ravens defensive end Chris Canty (99) and nose tackle Terrence Cody (62) against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals defeated the Ravens 34-17. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

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The Ravens helmet redesigned to the theme of Star Wars

Alexander Pyles, The Baltimore Sun.

"In a project posted on, artist John Raya shows off his Star Wars-themed redesigns of all 32 NFL franchise helmets. Raya substituted each NFL city with a planet from the Star Wars universe and each NFL mascot with a character or creature from the the sci-fi staple. –"

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2000 Ravens defense trumps Seahawks

Jamison Hensley, ESPN.

"The best argument for the Seahawks is their Super Bowl performance. Seattle secured its place in NFL history by quieting Peyton Manning and the Broncos’ high-flying offense. But, let’s be honest, Manning has never been Manning in any of his three Super Bowl appearances. So, was this the Seahawks defense or simply Manning failing to step up in a big game again?"

Baltimore Ravens 2014 Mock Draft with Player Scouting Profiles

Shehan Peiris, Bleacher Report

Peiris on taking a wide receiver with their first pick.

"The Ravens could wait until the second round to give Joe Flaccoanother weapon to play with, but the upside for the first-round receivers is much higher."

Baltimore Ravens’ John Harbaugh happy, yet sad for losing Jim Caldwell to Detroit Lions

Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press

"Before the Detroit Lions hired Jim Caldwell as head coach, reports out of Baltimore suggested Caldwell’s job as Ravens offensive coordinatorwas in jeopardy.But Ravens coach John Harbaugh said at the NFL Honors show tonight that he had no plans to part ways with Caldwell or reassign him to different duties.“That was fiction. That was all made up. That was fantasy. There was nothing to it,” Harbaugh said. “I talked to (general manager Ozzie Newsome) and (owner Steve Bisciotti) and Jim was coming back. As a matter of fact, we were making plans going forward with our staff, with our players, Jim and I were when it was up in the air still. I was hoping that he’d get the job for his sake, at the same time I was hoping that he wouldn’t so he’d be with us going us forward. No, he was going to be back.”"