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  • Sat., Jul. 30, 2016 11:30 AM EDT Live Training Camp Presser Ravens coordinators, Marc Trestman, Dean Pees and Jerry Rosburg will address the media at the conclusion of practice.
  • Mon., Aug. 01, 2016 7:00 PM EDT Training Camp Military Appreciation Day The first M&T Bank Stadium practice will take place on Monday, Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. This practice – free and open to all fans – coincides with the Ravens’ annual Military Appreciation Day. Approximately 3,500 special seats will be reserved for active service members and veterans who present valid military identification upon check-in at the stadium.
  • Sat., Aug. 06, 2016 6:00 PM EDT Training Camp Fireworks Night On Saturday, Aug. 6 at 6 p.m., the second M&T Bank Stadium practice will showcase the organization’s third-annual Fireworks Night, an event highlighted by post-practice autographs for children and a fireworks/laser show.
  • Fri., Sep. 09, 2016 5:00 PM EDT Countdown To Kickoff Party Presented By Miller Lite Grammy Award®-nominated rock band 3 DOORS DOWN will perform at the Ravens Countdown to Kickoff Party Presented by Miller Lite on Friday, Sept. 9 at Maryland State Fairgrounds. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. Open to all ages.
  • Mon., Oct. 03, 2016 5:00 PM EDT A Purple Evening A Purple Evening is back! Join Purple on Monday, October 3rd for on-field drills, player appearances and autographs, giveaways, and much more! Tickets will go on sale soon. Check Purple-Just for Women on Facebook for the latest club and event information.
  • Sun., Oct. 23, 2016 7:30 AM EDT Purple Away Game Trip Up the Jersey Turnpike we go! Hit the road with the Purple Club on Sunday, October 23rd to watch our Baltimore Ravens take on the New York Jets for a 1:00 p.m. game at MetLife Stadium. Don't miss your chance to join the only NFL women's fan club to travel into unfamiliar territory!
  • Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 2:00 PM EST Army vs. Navy Football Don't miss one of the greatest events you can ever attend! The Army-Navy Game presented by USAA returns to M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday, December 10, 2016



AFC North and NFL Roundup: Week of Dec. 31-Jan. 4

Posted Dec 31, 2012

We'll round up the biggest stories from AFC North enemy territory each day. We'll also bring you any NFL national news and updates on former Ravens, if there's something to pass along.

Friday, Jan. 4

SteelersHaley Granted Permission To Interview In Arizona
Pittsburgh Steelers Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley has been granted permission to interview with the Arizona Cardinals about their head coaching vacancy. Haley has spent one year in Pittsburgh after working as the Kansas City Chiefs head coach.  [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

BrownsKelly Wants To Move Quickly
Oregon Coach Chip Kelly has drawn interest from a number of NFL teams about head coach opening, and he announced after last night’s Fiesta Bowl victory that he wants the process to get “wrapped up quickly.” Kelly has talked with the Browns and is reportedly the team’s top candidate.  [Cleveland Plain Dealer]

BengalsGreen-Ellis Ready To Carry Workload
Cincinnati Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis says that he’s ready to carry the workload heading into the postseason.  The veteran running back is no stranger to the playoffs from his time with the New England Patriots, and he’s taking that experience with him into this year’s postseason. [Cincinnati Enquirer]

NFLO'Brien Stayinig At Penn State
Penn State Head Coach Bill O’Brien has decided to stay at Penn State, despite fielding interest from a number of suitors for NFL head coaching vacancies. The former New England offensive coordinator interviewed with the Cleveland Browns this week, but ultimately decided to remain at Penn State. [SI.com]

Thursday, Jan. 3

SteelersLewis Wants Starter Money
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Keenan Lewis is an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and he’s hoping to get a contract worth “starter money” on the market. He established himself as a starting cornerback this season and he’s expecting that the pay off for him as a free agent.  [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

BrownsBrowns Interview Whisenhunt
The Cleveland Browns are conducting their coaching search, and Owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner reportedly interviewed former Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt yesterday. Whisenhunt was a former assistant coach for the Browns in 1999 and also was an offensive coordinator for three years with the Steelers. [Cleveland Plain Dealer]

BengalsBengals Must Improve Run Defense 
A priority for the Cincinnati Bengals under Defensive Coordinator Mike Zimmer is to first and foremost stop the run. In the Bengals last two playoff games, that’s exactly what hasn’t happened for Cincinnati. As the Bengals prepare for the Texans this week, stopping the run is once again a priority and something the Bengals will have to do to come out with a win. [Cincinnati Enquirer]

NFLChiefs Interviewing Reid For Job
The Kansas City Chiefs are looking for a new head coach, and one of the candidates they are considering is former Eagles coach Andy Reid. He is one of the top coaching candidates on the market this offseason, and is drawing interest from a number of suitors. [SI.com]

Wednesday, Jan. 2

SteelersTomlin Backs LeBeau
The Pittsburgh Steelers wrapped up the season last week and in his end-of-the-year press conference, Head Coach Mike Tomlin backed longtime Defensive Coordinator Dick LeBeau. The Steelers defense did not perform up to task down the stretch, but Tomlin said that LeBeau’s job wasn’t on the line. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

BrownsBrowns Reportedly Want Chip Kelly
The Browns are in the process of another coaching search, and the new ownership reportedly has its sights set on Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly. The offensive guru is expected to draw interest from a number of NFL teams, and the Browns are reportedly going to make a hard push for him. [Cleveland Plain Dealer]

BengalsBengals Hope Green-Ellis Can Play 
The Cincinnati Bengals are hopefully that running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis is healthy enough to play and be effective when the Bengals take on the Houston Texans in a wild-card game this weekend. The veteran running back tweaked his hamstring during pregame warm-ups for Sunday’s game against the Ravens and sat out that contest.  [Cincinnati Enquirer]

NFLVick Blasts Eagles After Reid Fired
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick criticized his teammates after the Eagles parted ways with longtime Head Coach Andy Reid this week. Vick said it’s frustrated to play with a group of players who don’t try to improve themselves week after week. [SI.com]

Monday, Dec. 30

SteelersSteelers Finish Season On Winning Note
The Pittsburgh Steelers wrapped up the regular season with a 24-10 win over the Cleveland Browns, bringing their record to 8-8 on the year. The Steelers missed the playoffs, but they avoided their first losing season in nine years. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

BrownsBrowns Fire Shurmur, Heckert
The Cleveland Browns have parted ways with Head Coach Pat Shurmur and General Manager Tom Heckert. Both men were fired Monday morning after the Browns lost to the Steelers Sunday, bringing them to 5-11 on the season. The Browns are expected to immediately begin a search for a new head coach and GM.  [Cleveland Plain Dealer]

BengalsBengals Top Ravens In Finale 
The Cincinnati Bengals topped the Baltimore Ravens Sunday, ending a streak of four straight losses to the division rival. The Ravens rested their starters in the contest, while the Bengals kept their starting defense on the field for most of the contest.  [Cincinnati Enquirer]

NFLPeterson Carries Vikings To Victory
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson carried his team to a win over the Green Bay Packers, which put the Vikings in the playoffs. The dynamic running back finished with 199 rushing yards on the day, which put him just nine yards behind Eric Dickerson for the single season rushing record.  [SI.com]

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