Ravens pile up team-record 11 sacks, shut out Titans 21-0
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens posed for photos on the sideline as the clock ticked down the final seconds, making sure to remember the moment.
A franchise-record 11 sacks — one shy of the NFL record for a game — must be preserved and celebrated.
Za'Darius Smith finished with a career-high three sacks, and Patrick Onwuasor got his first two this season as the Ravens shut down the Tennessee Titans 21-0 in the rain Sunday. They just missed matching the NFL record shared by five teams.
WR Maclin inactive for Ravens vs Colts
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens have placed receiver Jeremy Maclin on the inactive list for their game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Maclin did not practice in the days leading up to Saturday's matchup after he got hurt last Sunday in Cleveland. He has 40 catches for 440 yards and three touchdowns.
London native Eluemunor active for Ravens’ game vs. Jaguars
LONDON (AP) — Baltimore Ravens rookie offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor, born in London, is active for the first time in the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium.
Eluemunor, a fifth-round draft pick out of Texas A&M, was 12 when he saw the first NFL game played in London on television and decided he wanted to play football.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens remained on the defensive Friday night, taking two outside linebackers and a 300-pound end on the second day of the NFL draft.
Addressing an insufficient pass rush that struggled in big games last season, general manager Ozzie Newsome selected sack specialist Tyus Bowser of Houston in the second round before adding Michigan lineman Chris Wormley and Tim Williams of Alabama in round three.
No. 4 Michigan hopes to end its Big Ten championship drought
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan is proud of its 928 victories, the most in major college football, and a Big Ten-best 42 conference titles.
The Wolverines, though, have not won a Big Ten championship in 12 years — their longest stretch without one since falling short between 1950 and 1964 titles.
Michigan trio of standouts returned for special season
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan's chances of having a special season improved when a trio of standouts chose to come back to college and put their dreams of playing in the NFL on hold.
Cornerback Jourdan Lewis and tight end Jake Butt, second team All-Americans, and defensive tackle Chris Wormley all made the decision to help the Wolverines chase a desperately wanted Big Ten championship this season.