With Chiefs Looming, Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Not Dwelling On Past Losses To Kansas City

In 38 regular-season games as the Ravens starting QB, Lamar Jackson is 30-5 against everyone else, but 0-3 against the Chiefs. “They did beat us three times or whatever, but that’s in the past,” Jackson said. “… I’m not dwelling on those losses. Come Sunday night, we’re going to play.”

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Ravens Scramble For Backfield Options After Injury To Gus Edwards

With several key players already sidelined, the Ravens’ 2021 prospects suffered two serious setbacks Sept. 9 as running back Gus Edwards and cornerback Marcus Peters went down with serious knee injuries. Bo Smolka looks at how the Ravens are looking to fill the holes.

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Ravens Sign RB Trenton Cannon To 53-Man Roster, Le’Veon Bell To Practice Squad

The Ravens signed running back Trenton Cannon to the 53-man roster Sept. 8, giving them a badly needed third running back who can also play special teams. The Ravens also made official the signing of veteran running back Le’Veon Bell to the practice squad.

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John Harbaugh Has ‘Full Confidence’ In Ravens’ Running Backs After J.K. Dobbins Injury

Speaking before the team’s walkthrough practice Aug. 30, John Harbaugh said the Ravens plan to operate their multi-pronged rushing attack as usual, even with J.K. Dobbins out, and he didn’t rule out adding another running back via the waiver wire.

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