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No. 24 Navy Looks To Overcome Stout Memphis Defense

"It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out how important this game is for both teams," Ken Niumatalolo said of Navy's Oct. 22 matchup with hard-hitting Memphis.

Zachary Orr Drops Back, Moves Forward At The Same Time

A special teams standout the past two seasons, Ravens coach John Harbaugh says undrafted linebacker Zachary Orr is "making a name for himself in this league" as a starter.

Mike Wallace: Providing Ravens With Big-Play Presence

"It is just my job to go execute," Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace said. "I don't care what we do, as long as we score some more points on offense."

Glenn Clark's NFL Power Rankings: Week Seven

Glenn Clark shares his NFL power rankings for Week Seven of the 2016 season, and the Baltimore Ravens drop two spots to No. 17.

Towson High's Azubuike Ukandu Producing For Terps

Azubuike Ukandu, a 2012 Towson High graduate, took advantage of his opportunities with the Terps last season, and this year, he's emerging as one of the team's defensive stars.

2016 Orioles Roster Review: The Short-Term Orioles

Paul Folkemer looks back at the 10 players who each appeared in fewer than 10 games for the 2016 Orioles, from Chaz Roe to Trey Mancini.