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Tom Brady ran for a touchdown and passed to Randy Moss for another Sunday, piloting the New England Patriots to a 27-21 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Brady, who completed 21-of-22 passes for 258 yards, scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter and hooked up with Moss on a 14-yard TD in the third. The Patriots also scored on a 12-yard run by Sammy Morris and field goals of 32 and 33 yards by Stephen Gostkowski.
Baltimore's Willis McGahee ran for the first of his two touchdowns early in the first quarter Sunday and the Ravens went on to pummel the Cleveland Browns 34-3. McGahee ran for a 7-yard score and added a 15-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Joe Flacco passed to Derrick Mason on a 72-yard touchdown play and Ray Rice ran 9 yards for another Ravens' score. Steven Hauschka kicked field goals of 36 and 33 yards for Baltimore (3-0), which led 27-0 before Cleveland (0-3) scored on a 29-yard...
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason told ESPN Monday he considers himself retired but may change his mind next month. If what I'm doing becomes work then it's time for me to go, Mason told ESPN. It started to become work for me. My workouts this off-season continued to get a little harder.
Veteran Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason is upset by the team's apparent unwillingness to negotiate on a longer contract. Mason, 35, has is coming off back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons with a combined 183 receptions and 10 touchdowns. He has been the primary receiver for three young quarterbacks -- Troy Smith, Kyle Boller and Joe Flacco. Over the last 12 years, particularly the last four, I have been one of, if not the, most consistent wide receivers in the NFL, Mason said...
Matt Stover kicked a 43-yard field goal with 53 seconds to play Saturday , delivering Baltimore a 13-10 win over Tennessee in an AFC divisional playoff game. Baltimore started the winning drive at its own 24 and drove to the Tennessee 25 before Stover's winning kick.
Eight Ravens are listed as questionable for Saturday's AFC Playoff game against the Tennessee Titans. Among them are starting safety Ed Reed, wide receiver Derrick Mason and tight end Todd Heap. Because of illness and a knee injury, Reed didn't practice this week.
The Baltimore Ravens put 12 players on their injured list Friday and all are questionable for Sunday's AFC wild card playoff contest at Miami. Among the biggest names are wide receiver Derrick Mason and safety Ed Reed. Mason, the team's leading receiver (80 catches for 1,037 yards, five touchdowns)
Baltimore wide receiver Derrick Mason is listed as questionable for Sunday when the Ravens host Jacksonsville in both teams' regular NFL season finale. The veteran Mason, who has been suffering shoulder and neck injuries, missed practice Friday.
Willis McGahee had a 77-yard touchdown run and Le'Ron McClain ran 82 yards for a TD Saturday night when the Baltimore Ravens beat Dallas 33-24. Both scores came in the final four minutes, sending the Cowboys to a loss in what was probably the final game at Texas Stadium -- and keeping the Ravens on
Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco passed for two touchdowns Sunday and the Ravens crushed the Cincinnati Bengals 34-3. Flacco tossed a 4-yard scoring pass to Todd Heap in the second quarter and hit Mark Clayton on a 70-yard touchdown play in the third. The rookie quarterback finished with 19 completions
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