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					                            RAVENS TRAVEL TO MIAMI TO FACE DOLPHINS
                         GAME 14 -- BALTIMORE RAVENS (4-9) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS (0-13)
                          Sunday, December 16, 2007 N 1:00 PM ET N Dolphin Stadium (75,192)

                         JUST THE FACTS                                                              BRIAN SAYS
The Baltimore Ravens will try to break a 7-game losing streak,             “One of the good things that has happened this season is that our
the longest in the team’s 12-year history, when they play at the           young players are getting lots of playing time, and we’re learning
Miami Dolphins this Sunday, 12/16. Game time at Dolphin                    a great deal about them. They’re going through the normal grow-
Stadium is 1 p.m. The Ravens, who started the season with a                ing pains, but, overall, they’ve shown they belong and will only get
                                                                           better. First, you have second-year players like (Dawan) Landry
4-2 mark, are now 4-9, while the Dolphins are winless (0-13).              and (Haloti) Ngata, who are better than they were a year ago and
                                                                           both are playing at high levels. This rookie group – especially
These 2 teams last met on 1/2/05 when the Ravens won, 30-                  (Marshal) Yanda, (Ben) Grubbs and (Le’Ron) McClain – is very
23, in Baltimore. Prior to that victory, Baltimore lost the previ-         good. (Yamon) Figurs is gaining confidence. The young DBs have
ous 4 regular season meetings between these AFC foes. That                 stepped up, and you have to love the effort and production “Big
includes 3 straight losses in Miami: 9-6 in OT on 11/16/03, 26-            Syp” (Quinn Sypniewski) has given us.”
7 on 11/17/02 and 19-6 on 9/17/00 during the Ravens’ Super
Bowl championship season. (The Ravens did win at Miami,                                             INJURY REPORT
20-3, in a 2001 Wild Card showdown.)                                       Pro Bowlers TE Todd Heap (hamstring), CB Samari Rolle (shoul-
                                                                           der) and CB Chris McAlister (knee), along with WR Demetrius
The Ravens dropped a 44-20 contest to the visiting Colts last              Williams (ankle), S Gerome Sapp (hamstring) and DT Justin
Sunday night. The Dolphins, who have lost 6 games by 3                     Bannan (leg) missed the game against the Colts. The Ravens
points each, fell 38-17 at Buffalo earlier that day. During the            have 7 players on injured reserve, including 4-time Pro Bowlers
Ravens’ losing streak, they have lost to 6 serious AFC playoff             QB Steve McNair (shoulder) and DT Trevor Pryce (chest), plus RS
qualifiers/contenders: at Buffalo, at Pittsburgh, Cleveland, at            B.J. Sams (knee). Also on IR are: OLBs Dan Cody (knee) and
San Diego, New England and Indianapolis.                                   Prescott Burgess (hip), ILB Mike Smith (shoulder) and RB P.J.
                                                                           Daniels (hamstring).
The Ravens conclude the season with a road game at Seattle
(12/23) and host the Steelers on 12/30.                                                              LAST WEEK
                                                                           The Colts parlayed 5 Baltimore turnovers, 4 by Ravens QB Kyle
                                                                           Boller, into a 44-20 victory last Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
                       UPCOMING SCHEDULE
                                                                           Indianapolis took advantage of the absence of the Ravens’ start-
 Here’s the media schedule this week:                                      ing CBs – Chris McAlister (knee) and Samari Rolle (shoulder) – on
                                                                           the game’s opening drive that ended with a 34-yard QB Peyton
 Mon.          12/10    3:30 PM                Coach Billick Press Conf.
                                                                           Manning to WR Reggie Wayne TD. Turnovers by RB Willis
 Wed.          12/12    11:30 AM to 12:15 PM   Media Viewing               McGahee and Boller gave the Colts excellent field position, which
                        2:00 PM                Coach Billick               Manning used to direct 2 quick TDs (both by RB Joseph Addai –
                        2:00 PM                Locker Room Open            1-yard run and 19-yard pass from Manning). The Colts added a
                                                                           safety on a blocked punt to take a 23-0, 1st-quarter lead. Indy
 Thurs.        12/13    11:30 AM to 12:00 PM   Media Viewing               scored 2 more TDs in the 2nd quarter: an Addai 11-yard run and
                        2:00 PM                Coach Billick
                                                                           a 57-yard Manning-to-WR Anthony Gonzalez score, while the
                        2:00 PM                Locker Room Open
                                                                           Ravens got on the board with Yamon Figurs’ 94-yard KOR. A 3rd-
 Fri.          12/14    10:30 AM to 11:00 AM   Media Viewing               quarter Boller fumble set up a 40-yard Manning-to-Gonzalez TD to
                        12:30 PM               Coach Billick               make it 44-7. Baltimore fought until the end, scoring 2 4th-quarter
                        12:30 PM               Locker Room Open            TDs: Boller to WR Devard Darling (4 yards) and a 6-yard QB Troy
                                                                           Smith run.
              WEDNESDAY CONFERENCE CALLS                                                              QUOTABLE
 Dolphins: Cam Cameron at 11:30 AM; Dolphins Player at 11:45 AM
 Ravens: Brian Billick at 11:10 AM; Ravens Player at 2:05 PM                                  DT TREVOR PRYCE, NOW ON INJURED
                                                                                                   RESERVE, ON THE SEASON
                        BROADCAST CREWS                                                    “I think I can give some perspective on this sea-
                                                                                           son and stop some of this ‘end of the world’ talk.
 TV: CBS-TV (Channel 13/23 in Baltimore)                                                   We won the Super Bowl after the ’98 season in
 Kevin Harlan (Play-by-Play)      Rich Gannon (Analyst)                                    Denver. I think we went 14-2. The next year we
 Jim Rikhoff (Producer)           Bryan Lilley (Director)
                                                                                           won like 6 games (6-10), and we were all through
 LOCAL RADIO: 98 Rock (97.9 FM) / WBAL Radio (1090 AM)                                     and the coaches were idiots. The next year we
 Gerry Sandusky (Play-by-Play)   Stan White (Offensive Analyst)            came back, went 11-5, and got back to the playoffs – and then
 Rob Burnett (Defensive Analyst)                                           those damn Ravens beat us. Young guys like (Terrell) Suggs need
                                                                           to understand this, and I can help a little with that.”

                                                           WHAT’S GOING ON?
FOR THE RECORD…
In this difficult season for the Ravens, both WR Derrick Mason and K Matt Stover have established important marks. Mason, who
currently has 88 catches for 872 yards, established a new team record for receptions. That breaks the Ravens’ single-season record
of 86 that he set in 2005, his 1st season in Baltimore. Stover, meanwhile, is battling to stay as the 4th-leading scorer in NFL histo-
ry. Stover, who began the year as the 6th-top scorer in league annals, currently has 1,803 points, good for 4th all time.

                          RAVENS SINGLE-SEASON                                                      ALL-TIME NFL SCORING
                           RECEPTIONS LEADERS                                                 Rk.     Player                    Points
                     Catches      Player                 Season                                1.     Morten Andersen           2,516
                                                                                               2.     Gary Anderson             2,434
                       88         Derrick Mason           2007
                                                                                               3.     George Blanda             2,002
                       86         Derrick Mason           2005
                                                                                               4.     Matt Stover               1,803
  WR Derrick Mason     76         Michael Jackson         1996                K Matt Stover
                                                                                               5.     John Carney               1,801
                                                            2007 BALTIMORE RAVENS

                           SCHEDULE/RESULTS                                                 PUBLIC RELATIONS CONTACTS
Preseason (1-3)                                                                 Kevin Byrne . . .Senior VP of Public/Community Relations
Mon. Aug. 13                  Philadelphia Eagles   W                  29-3     Francine Lubera . . . . . . . . .Senior Director of Publications
Sun. Aug. 19                  New York Giants       L                 12-13     Chad Steele . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Director of Media Relations
Sat. Aug. 25#                 @ Washington Redskins L                  7-13     Marisol Renner . . . . . . . . . . . . .Public Relations Manager
Fri.  Aug. 31                 @ Atlanta Falcons     L                 10-13     Mike Duffy . . . . . . . . .Website Content Writer/Coordinator
#Game terminated in 3rd quarter due to weather conditions
                                                                                Patrick Gleason . . . . . . . . . .Public Relations Coordinator
Regular Season               (4-9)
Mon. Sep. 10                 @ Cincinnati Bengals            L        20-27     Karen McGee . . . . . . . . . .Administrative Asst./Credentials
Sun. Sep. 16                 New York Jets                   W        20-13                Ravens main phone: 410.701.4000
Sun. Sep. 23                 Arizona Cardinals               W        26-23
Sun. Sep. 30                 @ Cleveland Browns              L        13-27                    RAVENS BROADCAST INFO
Sun. Oct. 7                  @ San Francisco 49ers           W          9-7                 Rave-TV, which won 12 Emmy Awards in the team's
Sun. Oct. 14                 St. Louis Rams                  W         22-3                 1st 11 years, was honored with another Emmy for its
Sun. Oct. 21                 @ Buffalo Bills                 L        14-19                 2006 programming. The group received the awards
Sun. Oct. 28                 BYE WEEK                                                       from the National Academy of Television Arts and
Mon. Nov. 5                  @ Pittsburgh Steelers           L      7-38                    Sciences for the Mid-Atlantic Chapter in June.
Sun. Nov. 11                 Cincinnati Bengals              L      7-21
Sun. Nov. 18                 Cleveland Browns                L 30-33 OT         This season on RaveTV:
Sun. Nov. 25                 @ San Diego Chargers            L     14-32        Catch Coach Billick’s day-after-game press conference and the latest
Mon. Dec. 3                  New England Patriots            L     24-27        developments live from the team’s facility. The TV show 1 Winning
Sun. Dec. 9                  Indianapolis Colts              L     20-44        Drive airs Mondays at 7 PM on MASN.
Sun. Dec. 16                 @ Miami Dolphins                   1:00 PM
                                                                                The Brian Billick Show, which airs live on WBAL Radio (1090 AM) on
Sun. Dec. 23                 @ Seattle Seahawks                 4:15 PM         Tuesdays at 6 PM, airs later each Tuesday on MASN at 10 PM.
Sun. Dec. 30                 Pittsburgh Steelers                1:00 PM*
*Subject to Flexible Scheduling                             ALL TIMES EASTERN   Wired “mics” a Ravens' player or coach, who then offers his insights in
                                                                                an interview while watching the footage. The popular show airs
                           OUTTAKES: RAY LEWIS                                  Wednesday nights at 7 PM on MASN and 10 PM on The CW. A radio
                                                                                version airs on WBAL Radio at 8 PM each Wednesday.
                             Position:         Linebacker
                             Height:           6-1                              Game Plan features coordinators Rick Neuheisel and Rex Ryan offer-
                             Weight:           250                              ing insights into each week’s game plan. The show airs Thursdays at 7
                             Birthdate:        5/15/75                          PM on MASN. Radio version airs each Thursday on WBAL Radio at 8
                             Exp.:             12                               PM.
                             College:          Miami                            Catch up with Ravens alumni and re-live some of the great moments
                             Hometown:         Lakeland, FL                     from Ravens history with Purple Passion, Fridays on WBAL Radio at
                                                                                6 PM and on TV at 7 PM on MASN.
 Why does so much talent come out of southern Florida?
 “That’s a good question. A lot of people have tried to figure                  Ravens Report provides insider access, featuring edge-of-your-seat
 that out. Some people say it’s because it’s hot all year                       action about the Ravens, and airs Saturdays at 7 PM on MASN and 7:30
                                                                                PM on Fox 45. The program also features Brian Billick, the coaching
 round, and that breeds good athletes. But there are a lot of
                                                                                coordinators and scouting reports on Baltimore’s upcoming opponent. A
 other places that are hot all year. I think it’s due to the tradi-             radio version of Report airs on WBAL Radio each Saturday at 9 PM.
 tion that has developed. Athletes there have grown up with
 knowing there’s a certain standard – a very high standard –                    LOCAL RADIO: 98 Rock (97.9 FM) & WBAL Radio (1090 AM)
 of competition, and that builds over time. But maybe it’s just                 Gerry Sandusky (play-by-play) is joined by analysts Stan White
 something in the water.”                                                       and Rob Burnett.
                                                                                               OFFICIAL RAVENS WEBSITE
 How many family members and friends are asking you
 for tickets for this game?                                                                                             BaltimoreRavens.com is
 “Too many. No, I’m kidding. You can never have too many
                                                                                                                        the definitive source for
                                                                                                                        exclusive Ravens cover-
 friends and family members. Let’s just say a lot.”                             age! In addition to game and practice reports, message boards
                                                                                and blogs, a “Tools for the Media” section contains the media
 What player already in the Hall of Fame could still come                       guide, all press releases, game releases and interview tran-
 back and play at a high level right now?                                       scripts. Also, visit the Ravens’ Playbook Media Center for video
 “That’s tough. Maybe Emmitt Smith (a future Hall of Famer).                    interviews and press conferences.
 No, actually I think it’d be Barry Sanders. Definitely Barry
 Sanders. He doesn’t have too much tread on his tires, and I                                     AFC NORTH STANDINGS
 bet he stays in great shape. I’m sure he could still go out                    Teams           W     L     T    Pct.     Next Opponent
 there and make cuts with the best of them.”                                    Steelers        9     4     0    .692     vs. Jacksonville
                                                                                Browns          8     5     0    .615     vs. Buffalo
 What would be the title of a Ray Lewis autobiography?                          Bengals         5     8     0    .385     at San Francisco (12/15)
 “Moments with God.”                                                            Ravens          4     9     0    .308     at Miami

 OK, besides you, who is the most intense player on the                              LAST GAME RECAP: Colts 44, RAVENS 20
 team?
 “Terrell Suggs. That kid is crazy. He plays with so much                                 In a 44-20 win over the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium
                                                                                          (12/9), QB Peyton Manning threw 4 TD passes, and the
 emotion and passion. And he’s intense off the field, too.”
                                                                                          Indianapolis Colts built a 30-point lead by the 2nd quarter
                                                                                while picking on a makeshift Baltimore secondary. The Ravens, who
 If you had to eliminate one food group completely from                         missed starting CBs Chris McAlister (knee) and Samari Rolle
 your diet what would it be?                                                    (shoulder), gave away 5 turnovers, including 4 from QB Kyle Boller.
 “That’s tough because I eat such a variety, but I’d have to                    Manning initially found WR Reggie Wayne for a 34-yard TD after
 say dairy. I mean, I like it, but it would just make the most                  easily marching 65 yards in 9 plays to open the game. RB Willis
 sense from a health standpoint.”                                               McGahee fumbled on his 2nd carry, which CB Marlin Jackson
                                                                                returned 21 yards to set up RB Joseph Addai’s 1-yard TD run. Boller
                                                                                gave up the 1st of his 3 INTs on the following possession, leading
 Which player on the team would make the best Mixed                             to Manning’s 19-yard lob to Addai for a score. When Baltimore was
 Martial Arts fighter?                                                          then forced into a 3-and-out, Indianapolis DB Michael Coe deflect-
 “Can I say no one? Kelly [Gregg] and Bart [Scott] know                         ed a P Sam Koch punt for a safety. Addai added another 11-yard
 some Judo or Jiu-Jitsu stuff, but you’re talking mixed martial                 scoring run before rookie WR Yamon Figurs took a KO 94 yards to
 arts. Those guys are amazing and know so many different                        paydirt with 11:44 left in the 2nd quarter. Manning answered 5 min-
 styles. I don’t think anyone could really hack it here.”                       utes later with a 57-yard bomb to WR Anthony Gonzalez that upped
                                                                                the score to 37-7. Boller fumbled the 3rd snap after the half, which
 What’s a more viable post-playing career option for you:
                                                                                Manning then turned into a 40-yard TD toss to Gonzalez. After com-
                                                                                pleting 13-of-17 for 249 yards and 4 scores, Manning was pulled
 acting or coaching?                                                            from action. Despite the heavy margin, Baltimore continued to fight
 “Oh, acting, easily. I could do it all: action, drama, comedy,                 to the end. Boller, who was 19 of 25 for 132 yards, capped a 13-
 everything.”                                                                   play, 63-yard scoring drive with a 4-yard dart to WR Devard Darling
                                                                                before taking a seat in the 4th quarter. In his pro debut, QB Troy
 What do you like better: college or NFL overtime?                              Smith added a 6-yard TD run. During the contest, WR Derrick
 “I love college overtime. How could you not? It’s great.”                      Mason’s 3 catches (30 yards) made him the Ravens’ all-time single-
                                                                                season receptions leader with 88 on the year.
         “THE NFL, AS HARD AS IT TRIES TO SANITIZE PRO FOOTBALL, HAD TO BE PLEASED
         AT HAVING A PRIME-TIME GAME THAT WAS BOTH A SPECTACLE AND AUTHENTIC IN
         ITS RELENTLESS HEAD-KNOCKING. IT WAS HOMAGE TO THE WAY FOOTBALL USED
         TO BE PLAYED EVERY WEEKEND, BACK WHEN YOU COULD CRACK THE QUARTER-
         BACK AND DELIVER A FOREARM TO THE NECK. [FUTURE] HALL OF FAMER EMMITT
         SMITH WAS ALMOST GIDDY AS HE SAT WATCHING, HAPPY AT LAST TO SEE SOME-
         THING THAT RESEMBLED THE SPORT HE PLAYED.”
                          – WASHINGTON POST COLUMNIST MICHAEL WILBON ON THE 27-24 RAVENS / PATRIOTS CON-
                                 TEST ON MONDAY NIGHT, 12/3/07



HEAD COACH BRIAN BILLICK ON RAVENS’ RB WILLIS                  T JONATHAN OGDEN ON DECIDING HIS FUTURE: “I examine
MCGAHEE, WHO IS 5TH IN THE NFL IN RUSHING: “I’ve said          things [after the season]. You should always feel terrible
it many, many times: He’s much more physical than I            after a loss, in a game like this in particular. You know,
thought when we got him. You have a certain percep-            my old college [coach] used to say ‘when things are
tion of playing somebody. [He’s] much more physical.           going good, they’re not going that good, when things are
He’s an excellent pass blocker. We ask a lot of our            going bad, they’re not going that bad.’ So you kind of
backs, and he does a great job with it. He’s very good         have to…wait even a day or two and examine it later.
out of the backfield. He’s a very complete player that         Right now, I can’t really examine those things.”
was an excellent pickup for us.”                               S GEROME SAPP ON HIS PRE-GAME RITUALS: “I hate going
                                                               out onto the field before the game. I won’t go out there
DEFENSIVE   COORDINATOR   REX RYAN    ON HIS TIMEOUT CALL
                                                               until I have to with my (secondary) unit. Even if I want to
AT THE END OF THE     12/3 CONTEST VS. THE PATRIOTS: “I’ve     test out the field, I’ll just ask everybody else what it feels
got skin like an armadillo, I can take it, but I think it’s    like. It’s something I’ve developed since I’ve gotten to
kind of foolish for people to put it on me. They must not      the league. There are a lot of things I think about at my
know the game. If they studied half as much as I did,          locker, going over plays and getting focused. It’s just a
they’d realize that we needed to put a different person-       superstition that I have, and I stick to it.”
nel grouping in there. I haven’t heard anybody talk            PATRIOTS HEAD COACH BILL BELICHICK ON S ED REED:
about [the fact that] we only had one defensive tackle         “Ed’s a great player. A great player. [He’s a] former
on the field, so it’s fine.”                                   Player of the Year, and deservedly so. He does a lot of
QB KYLE BOLLER ON WATCHING AND STUDYING TOM BRADY              things that very few other players at his position can do.
AND PEYTON MANNING: “You always look at different              He’s got a big impact on the game, and there’s not a lot
guys, and Peyton is a scientist. He picks apart defens-        of defensive players you can say that about, but he’s
es, and [he is] just a great guy to watch. Fundamentally,      one of the elite.”
he’s right on, he’s very accurate. You just try to take lit-   REX RYAN ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF OLB ANTWAN BARNES:
tle things from each guy and go out there and play your        “[Rushing the passer] is something we thought he was
game at the same time. You don’t try to imitate them,          going to do a lot for us. He’s got a low center of gravity.
but take little things from them so that you can get to the    He can get underneath some big guys. [He’s a] great
same place.”                                                   athlete, he runs a 4.4-something [40-yard dash]. We’re
WR DERRICK MASON ON THIS BEING HIS BEST SEASON PER-            excited about him. He’s just now maturing a little bit,
SONALLY: “Considering the way the season’s going, it           understanding the defense and understanding his role in
could be a lot better. There are a lot of plays that I left    our system. I think you’re going to see a lot of good
out there. So, is this the best season I’m having? No. By      things from Antwan.”
far it’s not. One of the main reasons is because we’re         QB TROY SMITH ON ENTERING HIS FIRST NFL GAME IN THE
losing. Regardless of what you’re doing individually, if       4TH QUARTER AND GETTING A TD IN THE LOSS TO THE COLTS:
the team’s not winning, then it really makes no sense. I       “It definitely leaves a damper on the moment baecause
wish we were 9-4 instead of 4-9. Then it would be real-        we didn’t get a win. [The touchdown] was okay, under
ly good. But right now, we’re sitting at 4-9, so you real-     the circumstances, but if we had been winning, it would
                                                               have been much better. Moments like that are for your
ly don’t think about it.”
                                                               family. It helps the team a little bit, but we need to get a
BILLICK ON THE FINES LEVIED AGAINST THE RAVENS BY THE          win.”
NFL FOLLOWING THE PATRIOTS GAME: “As I said earlier            NT KELLY GREGG ON THE RAVENS’ 2007 SEASON: We
this week, our actions were not appropriate near the           haven’t gotten any breaks this year. When it goes bad, it
end of our game against the Patriots. We, our players          goes bad. It’s just tough, we’ve got to keep working. It’s
and coaches, understand and accept the fines levied by         unbelievable, you never think something like this is
Commissioner [Roger] Goodell. We believe in the                going to happen. But, you’ve got to regroup, and we
integrity of NFL officials and don’t believe they, in any      have some games left.”
way, favored the Patriots with their calls.”
                   KEY NOTES / OPPONENT INFORMATION                                                              AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)




                                                                 AT
                                                           Dolphin Stadium
                                                            Dec. 16, 2007
                                                           1:00 PM Eastern




                                                 DOLPHINS IN A SNAPSHOT
A line you often hear among NFL coaches is: “No team is as good as you think they are, and no team is as bad as you think
they are.” Such are the Dolphins. Look at the 6 games they’ve lost by 3 points: at Washington (16-13 in OT), at the Jets (31-
28), at Houston (22-19), to the Giants (13-10), Buffalo (13-10) and at the Steelers (3-0). Like the Ravens with Steve McNair,
Miami’s starting QB Trent Green, a 2-time Pro Bowler, is on IR, as is 7-time Pro Bowl standout ILB Zach Thomas. Also on the
IR list for the Dolphins is a pair of 1st-round RBs, Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams. Under 1st-year head coach Cam
Cameron, the Dolphins are not without gamebreakers. On defense, you have to focus on DE Jason Taylor, last season’s NFL
Defensive Player of the Year. Taylor is joined by former Steeler Joey Porter, who has gone to Hawaii 3 times as an all-star and
has lined up many times against Jonathan Ogden. The Miami defense also boasts a trio of former 1st-round picks: DT Keith
Traylor, CB Will Allen and S Jason Allen. On offense, rookie QB John Beck (2nd round, Brigham Young) or QB Cleo Lemon
can throw to Pro Bowl WR Marty Booker and 1st-round pick Ted Ginn, Jr., who played both high school (Cleveland’s Glenville)
and college ball (Ohio State) with Ravens’ QB Troy Smith. Dom Capers, the former head coach of both the Panthers and
Texans, is the defensive coordinator. Cameron, like Brian Billick, directs the offense, but he is helped by TEs coach Mike
Mularkey, the former Bills head coach and offensive coordinator for the Steelers, who calls the plays.




                        QUICK HITS                                                     NOTE FROM THE NEST
  The Ravens will play in Miami for the 5th time (including          Defensive Players of the Year: When the Ravens and
  postseason) in team history, and look for their 2nd win ever       Dolphins clash this Sunday, 3 NFL Defensive Players of the
  against the Dolphins in Florida. Baltimore is 2-4 all time vs.     Year will step on the field together. Baltimore’s LB Ray Lewis,
  Miami (1-4 in regular season play)...                              who earned the honor in 2000 and 2003, will team with S Ed
  Baltimore is 8-11 vs. the AFC East in the regular season,          Reed (2004) to lead the Ravens’ defense against Miami DE
  including 1-2 this year (20-13 win vs. NYJ, 14-19 loss at          Jason Taylor, who garnered the award last season. Three of
  Buf. and 24-27 loss vs. NE)...                                     the best defenders to play in the NFL this decade, the trio has
                                                                     combined to produce 4 of the last 7 Defensive Player of the
  The Ravens look to snap their 7-game losing streak, which          Year honors and a total of 16 Pro Bowls.
  is the longest in team history...
  Baltimore aims for its 2nd road win of the 2007 season (9-7
  victory at SF on 10/7).




             NUMBERS TO RAVE ABOUT
                                2                                                RAY LEWIS                       ED REED
   Penalties the Ravens committed for 15 yards last week vs.
 Indianapolis, tying for the fewest in a single game this season.               2000 and 2003                     2004
      (Baltimore also had 2 for 15 on 11/18 vs. Cleveland.)

                                6
  Yards gained by rookie QB Troy Smith on his rushing TD last
  Sunday vs. the Colts. Smith’s score came in his professional
   debut, when he also completed 3 of 5 passes for 33 yards.

                               33
   Career INTs -- including 6 this season -- for Ravens S Ed
 Reed, who since his 1st year in 2002, boasts the most picks of
                        any NFL player.                                                       JASON TAYLOR
                                                                                                  2006
                               54
 Total games missed by 9 different Ravens starters this season,                 NFL DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
             6 of whom are Pro Bowl performers.                                             (Since 2000)
                             77.4                                    Year    POY                  Key Season Stats
 Rushing yards the Ravens’ defense has allowed per game this         2000    Ray Lewis . . . . .187 tackles, 3 sacks, 3 FRs, 2 INTs
   season, 3rd fewest in the NFL. Baltimore also ranks 1st in        2001    Michael Strahan . .73 tackles, 22.5 sacks, 7 FFs, 1 FRs
         opponents yards per carry average (2.8 ypc).                2002    Derrick Brooks . .117 tackles, 5 INTs, 15 PD, 1 sack
                                                                     2003    Ray Lewis . . . . .225 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 2 FRs, 6 INTs
                              196                                    2004    Ed Reed . . . . . . .89 tackles, 9 INTs, 17 PD, 3 FFs, 2 FRs
 KOR yards for Ravens rookie Yamon Figurs last week vs. the
  Colts, the 2nd most in franchise history (Corey Harris’ 243        2005    Brian Urlacher . .171 tackles, 6 sacks, 7 PD, 1 FFs
 KOR yards vs. Min. on12/13/98). Figurs posted a 94-yard TD          2006    Jason Taylor . . . .62 tackles, 13.5 sacks, 10 FFs, 2 INTs
                 on 1 of his 7 KOR attempts.
                                                                     Quick Hits: Through 13 games this season, Ray Lewis has
                              700                                    totaled a team-high 178 tackles, 2 INTs (1 returned for a TD), 1
   Catches WR Derrick Mason will have for his career when he         sack, 1 FF and 1 FR. Lewis is the Ravens’ all-time leader in tack-
 reels in 5 more receptions. Mason currently has 695 grabs dur-      les with 2,016 stuffs...
                     ing his 11 NFL seasons.
                                                                     Ed Reed has posted a team-high 6 INTs (110 return yards), 11 PD
                            9,000                                    and 36 tackles this season. Reed is the Ravens’ all-time leader in
 Career receiving yards WR Derrick Mason will reach if he can        INTs with 33 picks in his career...
 post 191 more yards this season. Mason would become just
      the 11th active player to reach the lofty milestone.           Miami’s Jason Taylor has tallied 44 tackles, 8 sacks (-42 yards), 4
                                                                     FFs and 1 INT in 2007. Taylor is the Dolphins’ all-time sacks king
                                                                     with 114 QB drops in his career.
                     NOTES / OPPONENT INFORMATION                                                                           AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)


                       SERIES HISTORY                                       2007 TALE OF THE TAPE / RANKINGS
Miami leads regular season series, 4-1 and all-time series, 4-2.     Ravens                            Category                         Dolphins
Brian Billick is 2-3 all time vs. Miami.                                 4-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-13
                                                                          L7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Current Streak . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L13
Date                Location    Result                Attend.      L, 20-44 vs. Ind.. . . . . . . . . . .Last Game . . . . . . . . . .L, 17-38 at Buf.
                                                                         226 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Points Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
10-19-97            Baltimore   Dolphins, 24-13       64,354              23 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Touchdowns Scored . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
9-17-00             Miami       Dolphins, 19-6        73,464               9 . . . . . . . . . .Rushing Touchdowns Scored . . . . . . . . .12
1-13-02*            Miami       Ravens, 20-3          72,251              10 . . . . . . . . .Passing Touchdowns Scored . . . . . . . . . .8
11-17-02            Miami       Dolphins, 26-7        73,013               4 . . . . . . . . . . . .Touchdowns on Returns . . . . . . . . . . .3
11-16-03            Miami       Dolphins, 9-6         73,333             314 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Points Against . . . . . . . . . . . . . .355
1-2-05              Baltimore   Ravens, 30-23         69,843              31 . . . . . . . . . . . . .Touchdowns Allowed . . . . . . . . . . . .40
                                                                           7 . . . . . . . . . .Rushing Touchdowns Allowed . . . . . . . . .16
* Wild Card Playoff Game                                                  22 . . . . . . . . .Passing Touchdowns Allowed . . . . . . . . .21
                                                                           2 . . . . . . . . . . . .TDs Allowed by Return . . . . . . . . . . . .3
                                                                         -17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Turnover Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . .-12
                                                                       42.1% . . . . . . . . . . .Red Zone TD Pct. For . . . . . . . . . .54.8%
                                                                       42.9% . . . . . . . . .Red Zone TD Pct. Against . . . . . . . . .65.1%
         RAVENS-DOLPHINS CONNECTIONS                                    24.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .KOR Avg. For . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19.8
                                                                        24.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . .KOR Avg. Against . . . . . . . . . . . . .26.4
Ravens LB Ray Lewis, a native of Lakeland, FL, was a 1st-               10.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PR Avg. For . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.1
team All-American at the University of Miami. A standout LB,             9.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PR Avg. Against . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11.2
RB and returner at Kathleen HS, Lewis was recently named
one of the "100 Greatest Players of the First 100 Years" by the                                            NFL
Florida High School Athletic Association…                                                   Offense                               Defense
                                                                                       Total Rush Pass                       Total Rush Pass
                                                                    Dolphins            30     20   26                        20    32     3
Sunday’s contest boasts a number of Miami natives, including        Ravens              25     18   22                         5     3    21
Ravens’ RB Willis McGahee, CB Samari Rolle, OLB Antwan
Barnes and Dolphins T Vernon Carey…                                                                CONFERENCE
                                                                                            Offense                               Defense
Ravens QB Troy Smith and Dolphins WR Ted Ginn Jr. played                               Total Rush Pass                       Total Rush Pass
together at Glenville (Cleveland) HS, where they were coached       Dolphins            15     13   13                         9     16    3
by Ginn’s father, Ted Sr. Both Ginn Jr. and Smith went on to        Ravens              12     11    9                         4      2   12
have All-American careers at Ohio State…

Ravens RBs coach Tony Nathan spent 17 years with the
Dolphins, including 9 as a player. Nathan is ranked high on                          STANDOUTS VS. DOLPHINS
several all-time team lists: 5th in rushing yardage (3,543), 6th
in rushing attempts (732), and 5th in receptions (383). From       QB Kyle Boller
1988-1992, he served as a coaches’ assistant, and from 1993-       • In his only game against the Dolphins (1/2/05), Boller com-
1995, Nathan coached the Dolphins’ RBs…                            pleted 14 of 27 passes for 142 yards, 1 TD and no INTs.

Along with earning Arizona Player of the Year honors during        • Ten of Boller’s 14 completions went for 1st downs that day.
their respective senior seasons, Ravens TE Todd Heap and
Dolphins QB John Beck were teammates at Mountain View              WR Derrick Mason
HS in Mesa, AZ. Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs, a fellow Arizonan,       • In his 5 games against Miami (3 as a starter), Mason has 11
was also named state Player of the Year at Hamilton HS…            receptions for 211 yards, averaging 19.2 yards per catch, with
                                                                   1 TD.
Ravens O-line coach Chris Foerster served as the Dolphins’
offensive coordinator in 2004 alongside Ravens D-line coach        • His 19.2-yard average is his highest against any team in the
Clarence Brooks, who spent 5 seasons coaching at Miami in          NFL he has faced 3 times or more.
the same capacity...
                                                                   • All 11 of Mason’s grabs have come when he started a game
Dolphins defensive coordinator Dom Capers served as head           against the Dolphins. For the 1st 2 games of his career against
coach of the expansion Carolina Panthers in 1995, where he         Miami, Mason was a return specialist.
named Ravens special assistant to the head coach/defense
Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator. Fangio was also Capers’       RB Willis McGahee
defensive coordinator in Houston from 2002-05. Capers and          • In 6 games against the Dolphins, McGahee has toted the ball
Fangio 1st coached together from 1984-85 with the                  160 times for 539 yards and 1 TD, with a long of 31 yards.
Philadelphia/Baltimore Stars, where they won back-to-back
USFL championships. Ravens assistant OL coach Greg                 • McGahee owns a 5-1 record against the Dolphins, all games
Roman and Dolphins safeties coach Brett Maxie also worked          played when he was with Buffalo.
with Fangio and Capers in Carolina…
                                                                   • McGahee has rushed for 25 1st downs, and he has 13 runs
Dolphins    college scout Ellis Rainsberger spent 7 seasons        of 10-plus yards.
with the    Browns/Ravens’ franchise, serving various roles
including   college scout, pro personnel/advance scout and         LB Ray Lewis
assistant   D-line coach…                                          • In his 4 career games against the Dolphins, Lewis has 61
                                                                   tackles (45 solo). He also has 2 PD and 1 FF. Lewis averages
Ravens’ RB Willis McGahee and DT Justin Bannan played              15.3 tackles per game against Miami.
in Buffalo under current Dolphins TEs coach Mike Mularkey,
who served as the Bills’ head coach from 2004-05…                  S Ed Reed
                                                                   • In his 3 career games against the Dolphins, Reed has 18
Ravens rookie FB Le’Ron McClain played at Alabama with             tackles, including 16 solo, 2 INTs and 7 PD.
Dolphins LB Derrick Pope and DT Anthony Bryant, who
spent the 1st 6 weeks of the 2007 season on the Ravens’ prac-      • His 11 tackles against the Dolphins in the 2003 meeting
tice squad…                                                        (11/16) mark his 3rd-highest tackle total against any NFL team.
Ravens CB Ronnie Prude and Dolphins S Travis Daniels               NT Kelly Gregg
played 4 years together in LSU’s defensive backfield…              In his 3 career games against the Dolphins, Gregg has 17 tack-
                                                                   les, including 14 solo.
Ravens T Adam Terry played 1 year with Dolphins CB Will
Allen at Syracuse…                                                 CB Samari Rolle
                                                                   • In his 4 career games vs. Miami, Rolle has 8 tackles, includ-
Ravens FB Justin Green played 2 years at Montana, where            ing 7 solo, 2 INTs and 7 PD.
he was a starter with Dolphins rookie CB Tuff Harris…
                                                                   • Rolle has recorded an INT in each of his last 2 meetings with
Ravens rookie G/T Marshal Yanda spent 2 years with                 the Dolphins (both games when playing as a Titan).
Dolphins rookie LB Edmond Miles at Iowa…
                                                                   K Matt Stover
At the University of Miami, Dolphins T Vernon Carey played 1       • In 7 games playing Miami, Stover has connected on 83.3% of
year with Ravens S Ed Reed and 2 years with Ravens RB              his FGAs (10 of 12 attempts) and has connected on 9 of 10
Willis McGahee.                                                    PATs.
                    TEAM NOTES                                                                                     AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)


                  2007 SEASON HONORS                                                         DOWN THE STRETCH
RS Yamon Figurs - AFC Special Teams Player of the Week                     Under head coach Brian Billick (dating back to 1999),
In Week 3’s 26-23 win vs. Arizona, Figurs scored on a 75-yard              Baltimore has compiled one of the NFL’s best records in the
punt return for his 1st career TD. He became the 3rd rookie in             month of December. Here are how the top teams stack up in
Ravens history to return a punt for a TD (B.J. Sams & Lamont               the year’s 12th month:
Brightful). Figurs also returned 2 kickoffs for 64 yards (32.0                        NFL’S TOP RECORDS IN DECEMBER
avg.), totaling 139 return yards on the day.                                                      (Since 1999)
                                                                                       Rk. Team             Record Pct.
K Matt Stover - AFC Special Teams Player of the Week                                   1. New England         26-9 .743
In Week 6’s 22-3 victory over St. Louis, Stover accounted for                          2. Pittsburgh         26-11 .703
                                                                                       3. Green Bay          25-11 .694
16 of the Ravens’ points. He tied a career high, connecting on                         4. Indianapolis       24-13 .649
all 5 FGAs (43, 42, 23, 31 and 36) and a PAT. The honor was                            5. Baltimore          22-12 .647
Stover’s 7th Player of the Week Award. He last won the award                              Philadelphia       22-12 .647
in Week 11 of the 2005 season.



                RAVENS 1ST & NFL RARITY                                                   MILESTONES IN REACH
Last week with his 94-yard KOR return vs. the Colts, Ravens               WR Derrick Mason
rookie RS Yamon Figurs became the 1st player in Ravens his-               He currently has 242 grabs as a Raven, 2nd to Todd Heap,
tory to return both a punt and kickoff for a TD in the same sea-          who is 1st with 339. Mason needs 64 receiving yards to pass
son. (Figurs has 2 total TD returns this year: the 94-yard KOR            Travis Taylor (2,758) for 3rd on the team’s all-time list.
vs. Indy and a 75-yard PR-TD in Week 3 vs. Arizona).
Additionally, Figurs accomplished a rare NFL feat by becoming             He is 5 catches shy of the 700-career receptions standard.
just the 4th rookie in the last 10 years to post punt and kickoff         Mason also needs 191 receiving yards to hit 9,000 yards for his
return TDs in a season. Below are the rookies who have                    career.
achieved the feat since 1998:
                                                                          Currently, Mason boasts 88 catches this year, a total that broke
       NFL ROOKIES W/ PUNT AND KICK RETURN TDs                            the previous Ravens single-season record of 86, which he set
              (Single Seasons Since 1998)                                 in 2005.
         Year    Player (Team)           PR-TDs KOR TDs
         2007    Yamon Figurs (Bal.)       1       1                      Mason is also 2 TDs shy of 50 for his career (45 receiving and
         2006    Devin Hester (Chi.)       3       2                      3 returning).
         2001    Steve Smith (Car.)        1       2
         1999    Terrence Wilkins (Ind.)   1       1                      K Matt Stover
                                                                          With 1,803 career points, Stover stands 4th on the NFL’s all-
                                                                          time scoring list. The Chiefs’ John Carney is 5th with 1,801
                                                                          points, while George Blanda is 3rd with 2,002 points.

                                                                          Stover has 88 points in 2007, and with 12 more would hit the
                                                                          100 mark for the 5th straight season and 11th time in his 17-
                                                                          year career.

                                                                          WR Mark Clayton
                                                                          Clayton has 1,848 receiving yards and needs 137 yards to
                                                                          move past Jermaine Lewis (1,984) into 7th on the Ravens’ all-
                                                                          time receiving yards chart.

                                                                          Clayton also has 152 career catches and needs 9 grabs to
                                                                          pass Jamal Lewis (160) for 6th all time in Ravens receptions.
            RAVENS & ‘FINS SACK ATTACK
                                                                          RS Yamon Figurs
Baltimore and Miami lead the NFL in sacks since 2002, with                Figurs needs 250 KOR yards to pass B.J. Sams (1,251 in
each team boasting 246 QB drops over that time. The Ravens’               2004) for the most single-season KOR yards in franchise his-
1,683 sack yards rank 1st, while the Dolphins’ 1,576 yards                tory.
stand 2nd. Here are the NFL’s top 5 sack attacks since 2002:
                                                                          Figurs’ 26.4-yard KOR average is also threatening the Ravens’
                   NFL TEAM SACK LEADERS
                                                                          single-season record of 27.6, which was set by Corey Harris in
                         (Since 2002)
                                                                          1998.
              Team                   Sacks      Yards
              Baltimore               246       1,683                     Last week vs. the Colts, Figurs became the 1st player in
              Miami                   246       1,576                     Ravens history to return both a punt and kickoff for TDs in the
              Pittsburgh              245       1,496                     same season. Figurs has 2 total TD returns this year: a 94-yard
              New York Giants         242       1,542                     KOR-TD vs. Indy and a 75-yard PR-TD in Week 3 vs. Arizona.
              Philadelphia            242       1,552
                                                                          TE Todd Heap
                                                                          Heap is 103 receiving yards away from reaching the 4,000-
                                                                          yard milestone. He currently boasts 3,897 receiving yards.
                     YOUTHFUL RAVENS
                                                                          LB Ray Lewis
 As of Dec. 10, the Ravens had 9 rookies and 3 1st-year players           Needs 1 sack to reach 30 for his career. Also, with his 13-tack-
 on the roster. That total of 12 ties (NYG) for 4th most in the NFL.      le performance in Week 13 vs. the Patriots, he hit the 2,000-
 Here are the league’s youngest teams in ‘07:                             career tackle milestone. Lewis currently has 2,016 tackles.
          Team           Rookies          1st-Year      Total
          Indianapolis     13                 6          19               RB Willis McGahee
          Miami            14                 3          17               Needs 155 rushing yards to best his single-season career-high
          Washington        3               10           13               of 1,247 yards from 2005. He also needs 542 rushing yards to
          St. Louis         8                 5          13               reach 5,000 for his career.
          Baltimore         9                 3          12
          New York Giants 11                  1          12               McGahee is 5 receptions shy of the Ravens’ season record for
                                                                          catches by a RB (47 – Jamal Lewis in 2002).
 Quick Hit: The Ravens have had 3 rookies earn significant starting
 experience on offense this season. First-round pick G Ben Grubbs, 3rd-   OLB Terrell Suggs
 round T Marshal Yanda and 4th-round FB Le’Ron McClain have each          He needs 1 sack to reach 45 for his career. Suggs currently
 made 9 starts through 13 games. Additionally, supplemental 5th-round     stands 3rd in Ravens history behind Michael McCrary (51) and
 choice Jared Gaither has started twice at LT.
                                                                          Peter Boulware (70).
                       BRIAN BILLICK / TEAM NOTES                                                                                                   AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)


               HEAD COACH BRIAN BILLICK                                                                      RAVENS DRAFT SUCCESS
            Brian Billick is the 2nd head coach in Ravens his-                          Led by GM Ozzie Newsome, the Ravens have an impressive
            tory and is in his 9th year with Baltimore (his con-                        tradition of discovering NFL talent within the collegiate ranks.
            tract was extended 1/17/07). Billick owns an 84-65                          Based off rosters from Week 1 this season, the Ravens have
            (.564) overall record. In 2006, the Ravens posted a                         drafted since 1999 the highest percentage (68.6) of players on
            13-3 mark -- their best in franchise annals -- and                          NFL rosters and also boast the highest percentage of players
            produced their 2nd AFC North Title. Billick earned                          drafted dating back to ‘99 on their own roster.
his 80th career win as well, becoming the winningest coach in
regular season Baltimore football history (he surpassed leg-                             BEST PERCENTAGE OF PLAYERS DRAFTED SINCE 1999
endary Colts coach Don Shula - 71 victories). During an injury-                                           (On a Current NFL Roster)
plagued 2005, his Ravens posted a 6-10 record, in what was                                                                   On NFL
only the 2nd losing season for him at Baltimore’s helm. The                               Team                Drafted        Rosters Pct.
Ravens lost 67 games to important starters (3rd-most in the                               1. Baltimore          70             48    68.6
NFL). In 2004, the Ravens missed the playoffs by 1 game, fin-                             2. New York Jets      66             44    66.7
ishing 9-7. Baltimore was 10-6 in 2003, earning the AFC North                             3. Indianapolis       72             46    63.9
crown. With that title, Billick led the Ravens to the playoffs for                        4. New York Giants 67                40    59.7
the 3rd time in 4 years. He also led the youngest team in NFL                             5. New Orleans        61             36    59.0
history (19 1st-year players on opening day) to a 7-9 record in
2002, after a historic salary cap cleansing following the 2001
season. Baltimore finished 10-6, advancing to the Divisional                              BEST PERCENTAGE OF PLAYERS DRAFTED SINCE 1999
Round of the playoffs in 2001. Billick guided the Ravens to a                                            (On Team’s Own 2007 Roster)
Super Bowl XXXV win in 2000 (16-4) after finishing 8-8 in                                                                  On 2007
1999, his 1st year in Baltimore. He has directed the highest-                              Team               Drafted       Roster   Pct.
scoring offense in NFL history (556 points as Minnesota's OC                               1. Baltimore         70            33     47.1
in 1998) and was head coach of the NFL’s all-time stingiest                                2. Cincinnati        72            32     44.4
defense (165 pts allowed in 2000).                                                         3. Jacksonville      82            36     43.9
                                                                                           4. San Diego         71            31     43.7
                                                                                           5. Carolina          69            30     43.5
                                                                                         Note: Totals include players on active, IR, PUP and exempt lists based off 2007 Week 1 rosters.
                    BILLICK’S LONGEVITY
Billick is in his 9th season as the Ravens’ head coach. Billick is
tied for the 3rd-longest tenured head coach in the NFL. Here’s
a list of coaches with the longest tenure at their teams:                                                             DID YOU KNOW?
                  NFL HEAD-COACHING TENURE                                               The Ravens boast 13 Pro Bowl players -- 2 on IR -- on their 2007
       Rank       Coach           Team                                   Years           roster, tying Chicago for the most in the NFL. Of the 13 Ravens,
         1        Jeff Fisher     Titans                                  14             7 earned Hawaiian invites last season (Ray Lewis, Chris
                                                                                         McAlister, Steve McNair, Jonathan Ogden, Bart Scott, Terrell
         2        Mike Shanahan   Broncos                                 13             Suggs and Ed Reed).
         3t       Brian Billick   Ravens                                   9
         3t       Andy Reid       Eagles                                   9
         3t       Mike Holmgren   Seahawks                                 9
         6        Bill Belichick  Patriots                                 8
                                                                                                          HAWAIIAN REPRESENTATION
                                                                                        Since moving to Baltimore in 1996, the Ravens have taken part
There have been 35 instances in NFL lore when a 1st-time head                           in 12 drafts and have selected 14 players in the 1st round
coach lasts 8 or more years with the same club. Entering 2007,                          (including 2007 1st-rounder G Ben Grubbs). Of those, 10 1st-
only 4 of those 35 coaches remain active with their original team.                      round draft picks are currently on the roster (Peter Boulware is
              MOST-TENURED HEAD COACHES                                                 retired from the NFL; Jamal Lewis is with Cleveland; Travis
                   (Still with Original Team)                                           Taylor and Duane Starks are out of football). These picks have
                                                                                        earned 33 combined Pro Bowls:
  Coach          Years/Tenure             Team           Record
  Joe Gibbs*     1981-92, 2004-07 (16) Redskins 168-100                                             RAVENS 1ST-ROUND PICK PRO BOWLERS
  Jeff Fisher    1994-2007 (14)           Oilers/Titans 117-103                                  Year           Name                     Pro Bowls
  Brian Billick* 1999-2007 (9)            Ravens          84-65                                  1996           Jonathan Ogden*             10
  Andy Reid      1999-2007 (9)            Eagles          93-62                                  1996           Ray Lewis*                   8
* - Super Bowl-winning head coach                                                                1997           Peter Boulware*              4
                                                                                                 1998           Duane Starks
                                                                                                 1999           Chris McAlister*             3
                                                                                                 2000           Jamal Lewis*                 1
Of the 32 current NFL head coaches, 7 have won Super Bowl                                        2000           Travis Taylor
titles. Of those, only Brian Billick, Joe Gibbs and Mike                                         2001           Todd Heap*                   2
Holmgren (Green Bay) won World Championships with the                                            2002           Ed Reed*                     3
teams that first hired them as head coaches.                                                     2003           Terrell Suggs*               2
                                                                                                 2003           Kyle Boller
     ACTIVE SUPER BOWL-WINNING HEAD COACHES                                                      2005           Mark Clayton*
               (To Win with Their Original Team)                                                 2006           DT Haloti Ngata*
   Coach              Super Bowl Team        Year(s)                                             2007           G Ben Grubbs
   Joe Gibbs*             Washington         1983,1988,1992                                      * All-Rookie Team performer that season
   Brian Billick*         Baltimore           2000
   Mike Holmgren          Green Bay          1997
* - Only active Super Bowl-winning coaches still with original team.
                                                                                                         HOMEGROWN PRO BOWLERS
                                                                                        The Ravens have had 20 different players earn Pro Bowl hon-
                  BILLICK FACTS & RECORDS                                               ors since the team’s inception in 1996. Of those 20, 11 are
                                                                                        homegrown players (10 drafted by Baltimore and 1 signed as
 Years as a Head Coach . . . . .9                 MOST COMBINED WINS                    a rookie free agent). Last season alone, of the Ravens’ 8 Pro
 Years with Ravens . . . . . . . . . .9               (Since 2000)                      Bowlers, QB Steve McNair was the only player not to have
 Years in the NFL . . . . . . . . . .16        Bill Belichick (NE) . . . . . . .100     started his NFL career as a Raven.
                                               Tony Dungy (TB, Ind.) . . . .97
 Overall Record . . . . . . . . .84-65         Andy Reid (Phi.) . . . . . . . . .88                 RAVENS HOMEGROWN PRO BOWLERS
 Regular Season Record . .79-62                Bill Cowher (Pit.) . . . . . . . . .79
                                                                                                 Year Drafted Name            Pro Bowls
 Playoff Record . . . . . . . . . . .5-3       Mike Shanahan (Den.) . . . .77
                                               Brian Billick (Bal.) . . . . . . .76                  1996     Jonathan Ogden      10
 2007 Record . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-9      Chart includes playoffs                               1996     Ray Lewis            8
 Rec vs. Mia. (incld. playoffs) . .2-3                                                               1997     Peter Boulware       4
 When leading at halftime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59-7                          1999     Chris McAlister      3
 When leading after 3 quarters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63-6                             2002     Ed Reed              3
 When scoring 1st . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49-18                       1996     Jermaine Lewis       2
 With a 100-yard rusher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33-12                         2001     Todd Heap            2
                                                                                                     2003     Terrell Suggs        2
 With a 100-yard receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-8                        2000     Adalius Thomas       2
 When playing at home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49-22                           2000     Jamal Lewis          1
 When leading by at least 14 points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51-1                              2002     Bart Scott #         1
 When scoring a rushing TD in the 1st quarter . . . . . . .16-3
                                                                                                        # signed as an undrafted rookie free agent
                         RAVENS TEAM NOTES                                                                                              AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)



                            THE REX EFFECT                                                              100 HARD TO COME BY
Rex Ryan joined the Ravens’ franchise in 1999 as the team’s                          Since 2003, there have only been 12 occasions when a player
defensive line coach. He served 6 seasons in that position and                       has rushed for 100 yards against the Ravens. That ties for the
then was named Baltimore’s defensive coordinator in 2005.                            2nd-best mark in the NFL. Here are how the top 5 stack up:
Dating back to 1999, Ryan has helped the Ravens’ “D” rank 1st                                         100-YARD RUSHERS ALLOWED
in nearly every single NFL defensive category. Below is where                                                (Fewest Since 2003)
Baltimore stands with the help of Ryan’s guidance:                                              Rk. Team                 100-Yard Rushers
        TOTAL DEFENSE                          POINTS PER GAME                                   1. Pittsburgh                    7
  (Yards Allowed Since 1999)              (Fewest Allowed Since 1999)                            2. Baltimore                    12
                                                                                                    Dallas                       12
  1. Baltimore . . . . . . . .282.1        1. Tampa Bay . . . . . . . .17.0                         Jacksonville                 12
  2. Pittsburgh . . . . . . . .283.9       2. Baltimore . . . . . . . . .17.2                    5. San Diego                    16
  3. Tampa Bay . . . . . . .285.6          3. Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . .17.5
  4. Miami . . . . . . . . . . . .298.0    4. Jacksonville . . . . . . . .17.9
  5. Jacksonville . . . . . . .304.0       5. New England . . . . . . .18.0          Quick Hits: The Ravens have only allowed 2 100-yard rushers in their last
                                                                                     33 games (Johnson and Travis Henry - 107 yards at Ten. on 11/12/06).
          TAKE-AWAYS                      RUSHING YARDS PER GAME
       (Most Since 1999)                  (Fewest Allowed Since 1999)
  1. Baltimore . . . . . . . . . .298      1. Baltimore . . . . . . . . .88.0
  2. Carolina . . . . . . . . . . .291     2. Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . .92.1
  3. Tampa Bay . . . . . . . . .286        3. San Diego . . . . . . . . .98.9                                    THE STREAK
  4. Green Bay . . . . . . . . .278        4. Jacksonville . . . . . . .101.9
  5. New England . . . . . . .276          5. Denver . . . . . . . . . . .102.2      The Ravens’ defense currently owns the longest streak in the
  3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS                                  SACKS                        NFL of games played without allowing a 100-yard rusher.
        (Pct. Since 1999)                          (Most Since 1999)                 Baltimore has not permitted a back to hit the century mark in
  1. Baltimore . . . . . . . . .33.7       1.   Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . .378    16 contests (last was KC’s Larry Johnson on 12/10/06). Here
  2. Philadelphia . . . . . . . .35.0      2.   Baltimore . . . . . . . . . .375     are the top 3 current NFL streaks:
  3. Tennessee . . . . . . . . .35.2       3.   Philadelphia . . . . . . . .374
     Chicago . . . . . . . . . . .35.2     4.   Miami . . . . . . . . . . . . .370    LONGEST STREAK / NOT ALLOWING 100-YARD RUSHER
     Tampa Bay . . . . . . . .35.2         5.   St. Louis . . . . . . . . . . .369                     (Current NFL Streaks)
        INTERCEPTIONS                          INTERCEPTION TDS                                   Games
       (Most Since 1999)                         (Most Since 1999)                     Teams      Streak Last 100 (Date)                Yards
  1. Baltimore . . . . . . . . . .182      1. Baltimore . . . . . . . . . . .24         Baltimore 16      L. Johnson (KC - 12/10/06)     120
  2. Tampa Bay . . . . . . . . .181        2. Minnestoa . . . . . . . . . . .20         Dallas      14    B. Westbrook (Phi. - 12/25/06 122
  3. Green Bay . . . . . . . . .168           New England . . . . . . . .20             St. Louis   14    L. Betts (Was. - 12/24/06)     129
  4. Seattle . . . . . . . . . . . .167    4. 5 teams . . . . . . . . . . . .19
  5. NE/Sea. . . . . . . . . . . .164


                                                                                                     DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS
               TURNOVER TABLE: RAVENS +/-                                            Dating back to 1996, Baltimore has posted 34 defensive TDs --
Contributors to Baltimore’s 4-9 season have been an unchar-                          including LB Ray Lewis’ 35-yard INT-TD in Week 11 vs.
acteristic increase in turnovers. Posting a -17 ratio on the year                    Cleveland -- in 33 games and owns a 28-5 record when doing so.
(compared to the +17 mark they had in ‘06), the Ravens have                          Since 2003, only the Vikings (22) have totaled more defensive
struggled to protect the ball. Still, since the 2000 Super Bowl                      TDs than the Ravens’ 21. In those games, Baltimore is 17-3.
campaign, the Ravens own one of the NFL’s better plus/minus                                          NFL’S DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS
ratings. Here’s what Baltimore has done each year since ‘00:                                                  (2003-Present)
            BALTIMORE RAVENS TURNOVER RATIO                                                           Rk. Team               TDs
                        (Since 2000)                                                                  1. Minnesota            22
          Year   Take-aways/Turnovers Plus/Minus                                                      2. Baltimore            21
                                                                                                      3. Green Bay            19
          2007           18/35            -17                                                         4. Tennessee            18
          2006           40/23           +17                                                          5. New England          17
          2005           26/36            -10
          2004           34/23            +11
          2003           41/38             +3
          2002           31/32             -1
          2001           28/36             -8                                                             FROM EVERY ANGLE
          2000           49/26           +23                                         With 25 sacks through 13 games this season, the Ravens are
          Total        267/249           +18
                                                                                     the only NFL team to have 14 different players record at least
The Ravens are nearly unbeatable during the Brian Billick Era                        1 sack this year. That mark ties a franchise record.
when posting a “plus” rating in turnover ratio:                                                       RAVENS 2007 SACK PRODUCTION
     When turnover ratio is +2 or better . . . . . . . . .43-0                                                       (By Position)
     When turnover ratio is +1 or better . . . . . . . . .61-5                       Safety . . . . . . . . . .3.0 (Landry, Sapp)
     When turnover ratio is +1, +2 or +3 . . . . . . . .54-5                         Cornerback . . . . . .3.0 (Ivy)
     When turnover ratio is even . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13-11                    Nose Tackle . . . . .2.0 (Gregg)
     When turnover ratio is negative . . . . . . . . . . . .8-48                     Defensive Tackle . .6.0 (Bannan, Edwards, Ngata, Pryce)
                                                                                     Linebacker . . . . . .10.0 (Barnes, Johnson, Lewis, Scott, Stills, Suggs)
                                                                                     Team Sack . . . . . . .1.0

    FIGHTING TURNOVERS & FIELD POSITION
Just how costly have offensive turnovers been for the Ravens                                      MOST PLAYERS TO RECORD A SACK
this season? Below are some key facts that demonstrate the                                          (Single-Season Ravens History)
effect turnovers have had on Baltimore’s defense:                                                        Season         Players w/ Sacks
                                                                                                          2007                 14
  Of the 29 TDs the Ravens' defense has permitted through 13                                              2003                 14
  games, 17 have come when opponents have started at their                                                2002                 14
  own 40-yard line or closer.                                                                             1999                 14
  Additionally, 12 TDs have been scored when an opposing
  offense has started in Ravens territory.
  On the year, opponents have converted 23 of Baltimore’s 35
  turnovers into points (13 TDs and 11 FGs).



                                   MAGIC 14
The Ravens are nearly perfect when leading by 14 or more in a
game. Since Brian Billick became head coach in 1999,
Baltimore is 51-1 when up by at least 14 points. This season, the
Ravens have led by 14 3 times (vs. NYJ on 9/16, vs. Ari. on 9/23
and vs. STL on 10/14), all contests in which they prevailed.                                 Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs leads the Ravens with 4 sacks this
                                                                                            season. Suggs has 44 career sacks, the 4th most in team history.
                     RAVENS PLAYERS NOTES                                                                                  AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)


           McGAHEE CHARGING THROUGH                                                              BOLLER IN RELIEF
           Ravens RB Willis McGahee has jumped out to a                              This season, Kyle Boller has played in 11 games
           strong start in Baltimore. McGahee, currently ranks                       (making 7 starts). Starting for an injured Steve
           5th in the NFL in rushing, posting 1,093 yards. Two                       McNair (groin) in Week 2 vs. the Jets, Boller led the
           weeks ago vs. New England, he totaled a season-                           Ravens to a 20-13 win. In Week 6 vs. St. Louis,
           high 138 yards (4th most of his career) on 30 carries.                    Boller started for McNair (groin/back) and guided the
                   NFL’S LEADING RUSHERS                                   Ravens to a 22-3 victory. In Week 11 vs. Cleveland, Boller
                      (Through Week 14)                                    started again for McNair (shoulder) and led Baltimore back
Rk. Player             Att  Yards Avg. LG                TDs YPG           from a 13-point deficit to force overtime. Going 22-of-41 for 279
1. Willie Parker       306 1,217    4.0  32                2  93.6         yards, 255 of which came in the 2nd half, Boller also tossed 1
2. Adrian Peterson 198 1,200        6.1 73t               10 109.1         TD pass on the day. His 279 passing yards vs. Cleveland are
3. LaDainian Tomlinson 265 1,195    4.5 41t               12  91.1         the 3rd most during his career, while his 41 attempts are the
4. Brian Westbrook 236       1,110  4.7  36                7  92.5         2nd most he’s had in a game. The 22 completions tied for the
5. Willis McGahee 260 1,093         4.2 46t                7  84.1         3rd most in his career.
                                                                           Quick Hit: In this season’s 3rd game vs. Arizona, Boller entered in the 4th
                                                                           quarter to relieve McNair, and engineered a game-winning, 9-play, 52-yard
                                                                           drive that was capped with Matt Stover’s 46-yard FG as time expired.
                  TALKIN’ ABOUT WILLIS                                               KYLE BOLLER’S SIGNIFICANT GAME ACTION
RB Willis McGahee has proven to be a versatile threat for the                                            (In 2006 and 2007)
Ravens’ offense this year. Thirteen games into the season, he              Date/Game                 Cmp-Att Yards TDs INT Rating Result
ranks 5th in the NFL in total yards from scrimmage.                        10/15/06 vs. Car.*          17-31         226 3             1 97.0   L
              NFL YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE                                     12/17/06 vs. Cle.*          13-21         238 2             1 112.8  W
                    (Through Week 14)                                      9/16/07 vs. NYJ #           23-35         185 2             0 97.9   W
                                                                           9/23/07 vs. Ari.*             8-10          83 0            0 101.3  W
                Total    --Rush--     --Pass--                             10/14/07 vs. STL#           18-30         184 0             1 63.8   W
Player          Yards Att-Yds TD Rec-YdsTD Total YPG                       10/21/07 at Buf. #          21-36         191 1             0 82.1   L
Brian Westbrook 1,752 236-1,110 7    74-642 5  146.0                       11/18/07 vs. Cle.#          22-41         279 1             2 63.0   L
L. Tomlinson    1,649 265-1,195 12   55-454 2  126.8                       11/25/07 at SD#             21-33         191 1             0 89.3   L
Adrian Peterson 1,430 198-1,200 10   16-230 1  130.0                       12/3/07 vs. NE#             15-23         210 2             1 105.3  L
Willie Parker   1,372 306-1,217 2    21-155 0  105.5                       12/9/07 vs. Ind.#           19-25         132 1             3 61.2   L
Willis McGahee 1,322 260-1,093 7     42-229 1  101.7                       * Boller subbed for an injured McNair; # Started for injured McNair.
Quick Hit: Through 13 games, McGahee has already set career highs in
catches and receiving yards. He is on pace to finish the year with 1,345
rushing yards, which would best his career high of 1,247 from 2005.
                                                                                               KB TOPS THE CHART
                                                                           QB Kyle Boller became the Ravens’ all-time leading passer 4
                                                                           weeks ago (11/18 vs. Cleveland), moving past Vinny
                      THE RUNAROUND                                        Testaverde into the franchise’s top spot. Boller currently has
With help from Baltimore’s staunch defense, which ranks 3rd in             7,687 passing yards for his career, ahead of Testaverde’s
the NFL allowing just 77.4 rushing yards per game, Ravens RB               7,148. Boller is also tops in Ravens all-time passing attempts
Willis McGahee has out-rushed all but 1 opposing RB                        (1,292) and completions (736). He needs 8 TDs to break
(LaDainian Tomlinson) the Ravens have faced this season.                   Testaverde’s record of 51.
          WILLIS MCGAHEE VS. 2007 OPPOSING RBs                                                RAVENS ALL-TIME PASSERS
               (Starters Game-by-Game Production)                                Rk. Player             Att. Cmp. Pct. Yards TDs
                                                           McGahee’s              1. Kyle Boller      1,292 736 57.0 7,687 44
Date/Opp.             Running Back      Att Yds Avg Att Yds Avg                   2. Vinny Testaverde 1,019 596 58.5 7,148 51
12/9 vs. Ind . . . .Joseph Addai*       13 32 2.5          17 45 2.6              3. Steve McNair       673 428 63.6 4,163 18
                                                                                  4. Tony Banks         594 319 53.7 3,714 25
12/3 vs. NE . . . .Laurence Maroney 13 44 3.4              30 138 4.6             5. Elvis Grbac        467 265 56.7 3,033 15
11/25 at SD . . . .L.Tomlinson*         24 77 3.2          17 59 3.5
11/18 vs. Cle. . . .Jamal Lewis*        22 92 4.2          21 102 4.9
11/11 vs. Cin. . . .Rudi Johnson        22 46 2.1          17 60 3.5
11/5 at Pit. . . . . .Willie Parker*    23 42 1.8          12 50 4.2
10/21 at Buf. . . .Marshawn Lynch* 27 84 3.1               19 114 6.0
                                                                                                   THE GO-TO GUY
10/14 vs. STL . .Brian Leonard          12 18 1.5          25 61 2.4                 During his 11-year career, WR Derrick Mason has
10/7 at SF . . . . .Frank Gore          16 52 3.3          22 88 4.0                 made himself into one of the most valuable targets
9/30 at Cle. . . . .Jamal Lewis*        23 64 2.8          14 104 7.4                in the NFL. This season, Mason has led Baltimore in
9/23 vs. Ari. . . . .Edgerrin James* 10 57 5.7             21 98 4.7                 catches in 11 out of 13 games. Entering Week 15,
9/16 vs. NYJ . . .Thomas Jones* 24 67 2.8                  26 97 3.7                 Mason ranks 3rd in the NFL in total catches (88) and
9/10 at Cin. . . . .Rudi Johnson        18 50 2.8          19 77 4.1       is on pace to record 108 receptions. Mason also has a league-
Totals . . . . . . . .Opp. RBs         247 725 2.9        260 1,093 4.2    best 30 catches on 3rd down this year, with 20 of those earn-
* Ranks in the top 15 in NFL rushing leaders, along with McGahee (who is   ing 1st downs.
5th), heading into Week 15 of the season.
                                                                                      NFL LEADERS: RECEIVING SINCE 2003
                                                                           Player           Catches     Player          1st                  Downs
                                                                           Torry Holt         486       Chad Johnson                         333
               STAPLE IN THE TRENCHES                                      Chad Johnson       448       Torry Holt                           325
                                                                           Derrick Mason      433       Reggie Wayne                         291
            The Ravens have undergone many changes since                   Tony Gonzalez      403       Derrick Mason                        281
            joining the NFL in 1996. But, one thing that has
            stayed the same is the presence at left tackle.                Quick Hits: Currently, Mason boasts 88 catches on the year. Mason also
                                                                           has 872 receiving yards this season and is on pace to register 1,073,
            Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore’ 1st-ever draft pick (4th            which would be the 7th 1,000-yard season by a WR in Ravens history.
            overall), has played in 173 games, standing only
behind K Matt Stover (188) for the most service in franchise
history. In 2006, Ogden earned his 10th-consecutive Pro Bowl.
     MOST PRO BOWL SELECTIONS / ACTIVE PLAYERS                                                 FRANCHISE RECORD
            Players         Pro Bowls
            Junior Seau         12                                         With his 3 catches for 30 yards vs. Indy last week, Derrick
            Larry Allen         11                                         Mason became the Ravens’ all-time single-season receptions
            Jonathan Ogden      10                                         leader. Mason currently has 88 grabs on the season, which
            Derrick Brooks      10                                         breaks the previous record of 86 that he set in 2005.
                                                                                 RAVENS SINGLE-SEASON RECEPTION RECORDS
                                                                                      Catches Player           Season
          MOST GAMES PLAYED / RAVENS HISTORY                                            88     Derrick Mason    2007
              Players        Games Played                                               86     Derrick Mason    2005
              Matt Stover        188                                                    76     Michael Jackson  1996
              Jonathan Ogden     174                                                    75     Todd Heap        2005
              Ray Lewis          161                                                    74     Qadry Ismail     2001
                      RAVENS PLAYERS NOTES                                                                                             AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)


                         ROAD WARRIOR                                                                 LONG-TIME DOMINANCE
           In 2005, WR Mark Clayton smashed franchise rook-                                    This season, LB Ray Lewis sits atop the team in stops
           ie receiving records to finish with 44 catches for 471                              with 178 tackles, including a season-high 23 in Week
           yards. In 2006, he was 3rd on the team with 67                                      11 vs. Cleveland. Against the Browns, Lewis also
           grabs, but finished 1st in yards (939). In his young                            returned an INT 35 yards for a TD. It was his 2nd career
           career, he has 6 100-yard receiving performances,                               INT-TD in regular season play and the 3rd overall
including in Week 10 vs. Cincy when he surpassed the centu-                     (includes postseason). Currently, Lewis is the Ravens’ all-time
ry mark for the 1st time this season. Bothered by nagging ankle                 leader with 12 FRs and 2,016 tackles, and he has the 2nd-
and foot injuries to begin 2007, the speedster finally seems to                 most INTs (25). Here is where he stands out in team history:
be back on track. Last Sunday against the Colts, Clayton post-
                                                                                             FUMBLES RECOVERED
ed a team-best 7 catches for 90 yards. Below are Clayton’s                      1. Ray Lewis (1996-present) . . . . . . . . . . 12
career 100-yard games, 4 of which have come on the road:                        2. Terrell Suggs (2003-present) . . . . . . . . 9
                                                                                   Rob Burnett (1996-2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
           CLAYTON’S CAREER 100-YARD GAMES
   Date/Opponent             Rec. Yards Avg. TDs                                                  TACKLES
   11/12/06 at Tennessee      7    125  17.9  1                                 1.   Ray Lewis (1996-present) . . . . . . . 2,016
   12/10/06 at Kansas City    5    112  22.4   1                                2.   Kelly Gregg (2001-present) . . . . . . . 591
   12/24/06 at Pittsburgh     7    108  15.4   1                                3.   Jamie Sharper (1997-2001) . . . . . . . . 522
   11/11/07 vs. Cincinnati    8    107   13.4 0                                 4.   Peter Boulware (1997-2005) . . . . . . . . 502
   12/11/05 at Denver         7    105  15.0   1                                               INTERCEPTIONS
   10/15/06 vs. Carolina      5    101  20.2   2                                1.   Ed Reed (2002-present) . . . . . . . . . . . 33
                                                                                2.   Ray Lewis (1996-present) . . . . . . . . . . 25
                                                                                3.   Chris McAlister (1999-present) . . . . . 23
                                                                                4.   Duane Starks (1998-2001) . . . . . . . . . . 20
                                                                                     Rod Woodson (1998-2001) . . . . . . . . . 20
                   HEAP VALUABLE ASSET
          Two-time Pro Bowl TE Todd Heap finished a 2006
          campaign ranked 1st on the team with 73 catches
          for 765 yards and a team-best 6 TDs. Heap, who is                                             MAKING THE “A” LIST
          the Ravens’ all-time leader in receptions (339),
          yards (3,897) and receiving TDs (27), reeled in                                       ACTIVE PLAYERS W/ 20 INTs & SACKS
career highs of 75 grabs for 855 yards and a club-high 7                                         Player                  Sacks INTs
scores in 2005. Since 2002, Heap ranks 5th in the NFL among                                      Rodney Harrison (SD, NE) 30.5  33
TEs with 323 receptions and is 6th with 3,691 yards. Heap also                                   Ray Lewis (Bal.)         29.0  25
has posted the 5th-most TDs (26, tied with Chris Cooley).                                        Ronde Barber (TB)        21.0  32
        ACTIVE TIGHT ENDS / RECEIVING LEADERS
                       (Since 2002)
Player            Rec       Yds.    TDs GP   ‘07 Stats
Tony Gonzalez      466      5,706    36  92    79-954                                             CAREER INTERCEPTION LEADERS
Jeremy Shockey     369      4,210    27  82    55-601                                                   (Active NFL Linebackers)
Antonio Gates      332      4,268    43  74    67-890                                          Player (Team)            INTs Games Played
Jason Witten       332      3,793    21  76    80-955                                          Donnie Edwards (SD, KC) 28        187
Todd Heap#         323      3,691    26  76    23-239                                          Ray Lewis (Bal.)          25      161
# Heap (thigh) has missed 7 games this season. He also left the game early in                  Derrick Brooks (TB)       24      205
the 1st quarter in Week 6 vs. the Rams, snapping his streak of 74 consecutive
games recording a catch.


                                                                                                     RAY LEWIS’ 20-TACKLE GAMES
  RAVENS TOP 5 ALL-TIME             RECEIVERS BY RECEPTIONS                                     Date/Game            Total Tackles (Solo)
Name             No.                 Yds.   Avg.    LG    TDs                                   9/14/97 at NYG            25 (18 solo)
Todd Heap        339                 3,897  11.5    48     27                                   11/18/07 vs. Cle.         23 (15 solo)
Derrick Mason    242                 2,695  11.1    39t     8                                   1/13/07 vs. Ind.*         23 (13 solo)
Travis Taylor    204                 2,758  13.5    73t    15                                   10/1/06 vs. SD            22 (12 solo)
Qadry Ismail     191                 2,819  14.8    77t    18                                   12/14/97 vs. Ten.         22 (15 solo)
Michael Jackson  183                 2,596  14.2    86t    18                                   9/30/02 vs. Den.          20 (12 solo)
                                                                                                10/15/00 at Was.          20 (13 solo)
                                                                                                * Divisional Playoff

                   QUOTE TO NOTE ON HEAP
 "Having Todd out is huge. [Opponents] don't have to adjust to
 the tight end position the way they have to with a Todd Heap. It
 makes a big, big difference. With Todd out, obviously teams are                                         SACKS ARE SIZZLIN’
 going to configure themselves differently. I'm not going to say                          OLB Terrell Suggs has already become one of the
 they don't account for the tight end, but not to the same degree,                        best pass rushers in team history. Owning 44 sacks in
 with all due respect to [Dan Wilcox and] Quinn Sypniewski."                              5 seasons, Suggs stands 3rd on the Ravens’ career
                                                                                          sacks list. When looking at the win column, the
                  – Ravens Head Coach Brian Billick                                       Ravens own a 28-8 record when the 2-time Pro
                    On the effect of Todd Heap’s absence in 7 Games             Bowler corrals a signal caller, and the team boasts a 9-0 mark
                                                                                when he tallies 2 or more (career high is 3 vs. Hou. on 12/04/05).
                                                                                                 RAVENS ALL-TIME SACK ARTISTS
                                                                                           Player (Years)                  Sacks
                                                                                           Peter Boulware (1997-2005)       70.0
                        THE MADBACKER                                                      Michael McCrary (1997-2002)      51.0
                                                                                           Terrell Suggs (2003-present)     44.0
         In 2006, LB Bart Scott earned his 1st Pro Bowl                                    Adalius Thomas (2000-2006)       38.5
         appearance by ranking No. 2 for the Ravens with
         135 tackles (93 solo). Scott also tied for 3rd with 9.5
         sacks (Terrell Suggs), had 2 INTs and 9 PD. An                                                    NFL SACK LEADERS
         undrafted free agent from Southern Illinois in 2002,                                                  (2003-Present)
Scott became the 1st former Ravens rookie free agent to earn                               Player/Team                 Sacks                  Yards
Pro Bowl honors with the club.                                                             Jason Taylor (Mia.)          56.0                  330.5
                                                                                           Aaron Schobel (Buf.)         50.0                  319.5
Quick Hits: This year, Scott ranks 2nd for the Ravens with 112 total tack-                 Dwight Freeney (Ind.)        47.0                  331.5
les (70 solo). He has also registered 25 QB hits. Scott has now posted 3                   Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (GB)    47.0                  293.5
100-tackle seasons for his career. He is on pace to finish 2007 with a                     Michael Strahan (NYG)        46.0                  312.5
career-high 138.                                                                           Adewale Ogunleye (Mia./Chi.) 45.5                  240.5
                                                                                           Julius Peppers (Car.)        44.5                    284
Since becoming a full-time starter in 2005, Scott has posted 14.5 sacks,                   Terrell Suggs (Bal.)         44.0                  336.5
the 3rd most over that span among undrafted players. Adewale Ogunleye                      Patrick Kerney (Sea./Atl.)   44.0                    265
(Chi.) has 25.5 and Paul Spicer (Jax.) has 17.                                             Simeon Rice (TB/Den./Ind.)   44.0                    300
                      RAVENS PLAYERS NOTES                                                                            AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)



                  RESTRICTED AIRSPACE                                                       QUOTES ON KELLY
           Ed Reed -- who was voted to his 3rd Pro Bowl in           “Baltimore keeps a stat called ‘Attaboys,’ for play above and
           2006 -- is one of the NFL’s top play-making safeties.     beyond what’s expected. Last year, Kelly Gregg had 13
                                                                     ‘Attaboys,’ the only Raven in double digits. ‘You can see why
           In 6 seasons, he leads the Ravens with a franchise-       I love this guy,’ Rex Ryan says.”
           best 33 INTs (including 6 this season). His 33 INTs
                                                                                      – ESPN The Magazine, excerpt from ‘No Big Deal’
           rank 1st among all active NFL players since he                               by Seth Wickersham on NT Kelly Gregg
entered the league in ‘02. Reed’s 860 INT return yards are also
1st in the NFL, as is his 26.1 average per return among players                       “Gregg is probably one of the best defensive
with at least 20 picks.                                                               line technique players that we’ve played against
               NFL INTERCEPTION LEADERS                                               in several years. He’s quick, he’s strong, he has
                       (2002-Present)                                                 a real good motor, and he’s a very good tech-
                                                                                      nique player. He uses his hands well, he’s got
   Name              INTs   Games     Yards        Avg.   TDs                         great balance, and he plays laterally down the
   Ed Reed            33      87       860         26.1    3                          line of scrimmage extremely well.”
   Darren Sharper     32      86       714         22.3    6                          – Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick on Kelly Gregg
   Champ Bailey       29      90       308         10.6    3
   Ty Law             27      83       353         13.1    2
   Dre’ Bly           25      84       297         11.9    2
   Greg Wesley        25      84       470         18.8    0
                                                                                          MAN IN THE MIDDLE
                                                                               DT Kelly Gregg, the cornerstone of the Ravens' D-
                    REED STANDS ALONE                                          line, was dubbed by Sports Illustrated’s Peter King
                                                                               as the “most underrated player” at the start of the
      Ed Reed has scored 8 TDs during his career, including                    2007 season. In 2006, the low-key Gregg totaled at
      the punt return he took 63 yards to paydirt in Week 1 this               least 100 tackles for the 3rd time in 4 seasons, while
      season at Cincinnati. Amazingly, Reed is the only player      also posting career highs in sacks (3.5) and FRs (3). Since
in NFL history to score return TDs off a punt, blocked punt, INT    2002, no NFL interior lineman has registered as many tackles
and fumble recovery. Below are his career TDs:                      as Gregg. Over that time, Gregg has also tallied 14.5 sacks.
                    ED REED’S CAREER TDS                            Here is a look at the top NFL DT tacklers since ‘02.
    Game/Result                              Touchdown                          MOST TACKLES BY INTERIOR LINEMEN
    9/10/07 at Cin. - L               63-yard punt return                                         (2002-2007*)
    11/5/06 vs. Cin. - W               25-yard INT return                        Player (Team)                            Tackles
    11/7/04 vs. Cle. - W              106-yard INT return                        Kelly Gregg (Bal.)                          568
    10/10/04 at Was. - W                22-yard FR return                        Ryan Pickett (STL/GB)                       525
    11/23/03 vs. Sea. - W        16-yard punt block return                       Pat Williams (Min.)                         458
    10/12/03 at Ari. - W         22-yard punt block return
                                                                                 John Henderson (Jax.)                       441
    9/14/03 vs. Cle. - W               54-yard INT return
    11/24/02 vs. Ten. - W        11-yard punt block return                       *Totals from coaches’ film review through 12/3/07

                                                                    Quick Hits: In 2007, Kelly Gregg has 86 tackles (ranking 4th on the
                                                                    team), 21 QB hits, 2.0 sacks and 6 ‘Attaboys’ (see quote above)...

                    REED: BY THE NUMBERS                            Gregg currently has 591 career stops, standing only behind LB Ray
                                                                    Lewis (2,016) in Ravens history...
 Of his 33 career INTs, Ed Reed has posted 22 picks in the 2nd
 half (most in the NFL since 2002), with 14 of those occuring in    Gregg is the only interior lineman in the NFL to record at least 100 total
 the 4th quarter (also tops). Here are several key trends Reed      tackles in 3 of the past 4 seasons. This year, he is on pace to register a
 has established when he snags an INT:                              career-high 106 tackles...
                                                                    Gregg is the only DT in Ravens history to record 100 tackles in a sea-
  Of Reed’s 33 Career INTs...                                       son, doing so 3 separate times (2003, 2005, 2006). In fact, only 1 other
  > 22 have come in the 2nd half
  > 14 in the 4th quarter                                           Ravens D-lineman has ever recorded 100 stops in a season. That play-
  > 12 when opp. is in Bal. territory                               er is DE Michael McCrary, who had 102 in 1998 and 103 in 2000.
  > 7 when opp. is within Bal. 30-yard line
  > 4 when opponent is in red zone

    When Reed records an INT, the                                                         POWERFUL TANDEM
   Ravens sport a 22-7 record. When                                 The Ravens’ run defense currently ranks No. 3 in the NFL,
     he makes 2 picks in a game,
          Baltimore is 4-0.                                         allowing just 77.4 yards per game. Anchoring the stout unit is
                                                                    the duo of Kelly Gregg and Haloti Ngata. Combining to produce
                                                                    164 total tackles this season, Gregg (86) and Ngata (78) are on
                                                                    pace to break the Ravens’ record for combined tackles by a D-
                                                                    line tandem. Here are the top D-line duos in team history:
                                                                                   RAVENS D-LINE TACKLE TANDEMS
                        SHUT DOWN CITY                                                  (Single-Season Totals)
                                                                                                                          Total
            Chris McAlister, who has missed 5 games (knee)             Year     D-Line Duo (Tackles)                     Tackles
            this season, earned his 3rd Pro Bowl honor in 2006.        2007*    Kelly Gregg (106) / Haloti Ngata (96)      202
            He finished the year with a team-high 6 INTs, includ-      2000     Michael McCrary (103) / Rob Burnett (97)   200
            ing 2 returned for TDs. “C-Mac” also led the NFL with      1998     Michael McCrary (102) / James Jones (75)   177
            25 passes defensed in ‘06. McAlister has 23 picks in       2006     Kelly Gregg (101) / Trevor Pryce (73)      174
                                                                       1999     Michael McCrary (92) / Rob Burnett (81)    173
his career (3rd all-time in team history), including 1 in 2007,
which he recorded in Week 6 vs. the Rams. When McAlister              * Projected final totals. Currently, Gregg has 86 tackles and Ngata has 78.
tallies an INT, the Ravens boast a 15-5 record (5-1 in 2006 and
1-0 in 2007) and are 1-0 when he records 2 picks. McAlister
also knows how to put points on the board. He has posted 7
TDs (6 defensive, 1 missed FGA return) in his career. His 6
defensive TDs are the most in Ravens history, while he is also
tied for most INT-TD returns (Rod Woodson) in team annals.
       RAVENS ALL-TIME DEFENSIVE TD LEADERS
      Player               INTs    FR    Total
      Chris McAlister        5     1       6
      Rod Woodson            5     0       5
      Adalius Thomas         2     3       5
      Ed Reed*               3*    1       4
      *includes a lateraled return for TD

                                                                          Ravens 2nd-year DT Haloti Ngata is having a Pro Bowl-type
                       BALTIMORERAVENS.COM                                season in his own right. Ngata has led the Ravens’ D-line in
                                                                          tackles the past 4 games, posting 28 stops during that time.
                       RAVENS PLAYERS NOTES                                                                            AT   MIAMI (12.16.07)



                     RELIABLE RESOURCE                                                  BRAVING THE ELEMENTS
         Ravens K Matt Stover, an 18-year NFL vet, consis-        Of Stover’s 430 career FGs (3rd all time), only 24 have come
         tently shows why he’s one of the best to ever play his   indoors. Amazingly, that by far is the fewest of any NFL kick-
         position. The 2nd-most accurate kicker in NFL histo-     er in the 400-FG Club:
         ry (.840 percent, 430 of 512 FGAs), he was 28-for-                                   ------- Career -------
         30 last year and is 22-for-25 this season. Below is             Kicker           FGs Made        FGs Indoors
where Stover stands on several key lists and how he ranks                Morten Andersen*   559                264
among the all-time greats:                                               Gary Anderson      538                258
                                                                         Matt Stover        430                  24
    HIGHEST CAREER NFL FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE                             John Carney        423                139
                       (Min. 175 Att.)
        Player             FG       FGA  Pct.
        Mike Vanderjagt 230          266 86.5                                  MOST OUTDOORS FIELD GOALS MADE
        Matt Stover        430       512 84.0                                                   (NFL History)
        Phil Dawson        178       215 82.8
        Adam Vinatieri     307       374 82.1                                Rk. Player               FGs     Att. Pct.
                                                                             1. Matt Stover           406     476  85.3
                                                                             2. Jason Elam            363     451  80.5
               MOST FGS MADE IN NFL SINCE 1996                               3. Nick Lowery           338     397  85.
                                                                             * plays 12/10 on MNF
         Player (Team)            FGs  FGA          Pct.
         Matt Stover (Bal.)       322   378         85.2
         Adam Vinatieri (NE/Ind.) 307   374         82.1
         Jason Elam (Den.)        303   375         80.8
         Jeff Wilkins (STL)       292   358         81.6
         Jason Hanson (Det.)      279   337         82.8                           SPECIAL TEAMS STALWART
                                                                            In 2006, Ravens special teams ace Gary Stills
                                                                            totaled a Ravens’ franchise-record 44 special teams
              MOST     CONSECUTIVE NFL PATS MADE                            tackles. With the 44 stops, Stills fell just 2 tackles
              No.      Player       Years                                   shy of tying the NFL’s single-season special teams
              371      Jason Elam   1993-2002                               tackles record. Based off available research, Stills
              365      Jeff Wilkins 1999-present                  would have needed 3 more to pass Hank Bauer, who tallied 46
              344      Matt Stover  1996-present                  special teams tackles for the San Diego Chargers in 1980.
              301      Norm Johnson 1991-1999                     From 2002-06, no player in the NFL posted more special teams
              250      Eddie Murray 1988-1997                     tackles than Stills, who compiled 157 stuffs over that time.
                                                                  Below are Baltimore’s ST tackles leaders this season:
                                                                                   RAVENS SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES
                              400 CLUB                                                        (2007 Season)
Stover hit his 400th-career FG in Week 14 of the 2006 season,                     Players                   Tackles
                                                                                  Gary Stills                 22
becoming only the 4th player in NFL history to reach the mile-                    Jamaine Winborne            18
stone. He joined Gary Anderson, Morten Andersen and John                          Justin Green                17
Carney in the elite group.
                  NFL ALL-TIME FGS MADE
     Player                  Years                 FGs                          NFL ALL-TIME SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES
     Morten Andersen*        1982-present          559                                       (Single-Season*)
     Gary Anderson           1982-2004             538                            Players                       Tackles
     Matt Stover             1991-present          430                            Hank Bauer (San Diego, 1980) 46
     John Carney             1988-present          423                            Gary Stills (Baltimore, 2006)   44 #
     *   plays 12/10 on MNF                                                 *   Based off available research   # Ravens franchise record




                  ALL-TIME NFL SCORING LIST                                        RAVENS ROOKIE RETURNER
             Rk.       Players                 Points
                                                                            In place of RS B.J. Sams, who was injured (knee) in
              1.        Morten Andersen*        2,516
              2.        Gary Anderson           2,434                       Week 1, rookie RS/WR Yamon Figurs has stepped
              3.        George Blanda           2,002                       up and provided a spark to Baltimore’s return game.
              4.        Matt Stover             1,803                       Through Week 14, Figurs ranks 9th in the NFL with
              5.        John Carney             1,801                       a 26.4 KOR average. Last week vs. Indy, Figurs
              6.        Jason Elam              1,768             returned a kickoff 94 yards for a TD, the 1st KOR-TD of his
              7.        Norm Johnson            1,736             career and 4th all time in Ravens history. Baltimore last posted
              8.        Nick Lowery             1,711
              9.        Jan Stenerud            1,699             a KOR-TD on 1/28/01 in Super Bowl XXXV vs. the Giants when
            10.         Jason Hanson            1,639             Jermaine Lewis scampered 84 yards to score. Below are the
            * plays 12/10 on MNF                                  Ravens’ all-time KOR-TDs:
                                                                             RAVENS ALL-TIME KICKOFF RETURN TDs
                                                                            Player            Date/Opp.         Yards
                                                                            Yamon Figurs      12/9/07 vs. Ind.    94
                                                                            Jermaine Lewis    1/28/01 vs. NYG*    84
                         SAVING THE DAY                                     Patrick Johnson   12/13/98 vs. Min.   97
Matt Stover hit the game-winning FG in Week 3 vs. Arizona, a                Corey Harris      12/13/98 vs. Min.   95
46-yarder, to clinch the Ravens’ 26-23 victory. The 13th game-              * Super Bowl XXXV
winner of his career, Stover’s boot was the 4th longest he’s
ever had to secure victory for his team:
                                                                  With the help of Ed Reed, who has split PR duties with Figurs,
               STOVER’S CAREER GAME-WINNERS                       the Ravens have registered 2 PR-TDs this season. Figurs
         Date         Opp.    Yards Final Score                   returned a punt 75 yards to paydirt in Week 3 vs. Arizona, while
         9/15/91*    vs. Cin.   45     14-13                      Reed posted a PR-TD on a 63-yard jolt in Week 1 at Cincinnati.
         10/29/95*   @ Cin.     28     29-26 OT
         9/14/97     @ NYG      37     24-23                                     ALL-TIME RAVENS PUNT RETURN TDs
         11/8/98     vs. Oak.   30     13-10                                                  (By a Rookie)
         11/21/99    @ Cin.     50     34-31                                    Rookie           PR-TD Date/Opp.
         11/4/01     @ Pit.     39     13-10                                    Yamon Figurs       75     9/23/07 vs. Ari.
         11/23/03    vs. Sea.   42     44-41 OT                                 B.J. Sams          78     10/10/04 at Was.
         12/28/03    vs. Pit.   47     13-10 OT                                 B.J. Sams          58     10/04/04 vs. KC
         11/14/04    @ NYJ      42     20-17 OT                                 Lamont Brightful   95     11/10/02 vs. Cin.
         11/20/05    vs. Pit.   44     16-13 OT
         12/4/05     vs. Hou.   38     16-15                      Quick Hits: Figurs is the 1st player in Ravens history to return both a punt
         9/24/06     @ Cle.     52     15-14                      and kickoff for a TD in the same season. Additionally, last Sunday, Figurs
         9/23/07     vs. Ari.   46     26-23                      accomplished a rare NFL feat by becoming just the 4th rookie in the last 10
         * With the Cleveland Browns                              years to post punt and kickoff return TDs in a season.
                             RAVENS SEASON PROGRESSIONS                                                                                                                                     AT    MIAMI (12.16.07)


                                                                  RAVENS TRANSACTIONS (SINCE 7/5/07)
Date         Transaction                                                                                         Sept. 19         Signed LB Nick Greisen to the 53-man roster.
July 5       Signed free agent DT Keyonta Marshall.                                                              Sept. 25         Released TE Jake Nordin from the practice squad.
June 11      Signed free agent G Steve Edwards.                                                                  Sept. 26         Signed TE Lee Vickers to the practice squad.
June 12      Signed 2007 Draft Pick T Marshal Yanda.                                                             Oct. 6           Waived K Rhys Lloyd from the 53-man roster; Signed
July 12      Selected T Jared Gaither in the 2007 Supplemental                                                                    WR Matt Willis from the practice squad to active roster.
             Draft; Signed 2007 draft pick LB Antwan Barnes.                                                     Oct. 8           Waived WR Matt Willis from the 53-man roster.
July 20      Waived TE Rob Abiamiri.                                                                             Oct. 9           Released WR Romby Bryant from the practice squad;
July 23      Signed 2007 supplemental draft pick T Jared Gaither;                                                                 Signed K Rhys Lloyd to the 53-man roster.
             Signed free agent K Rhys Lloyd.                                                                     Oct. 10          Signed WR Matt Willis and OL Brandon Torrey to the
July 24      Signed 2007 draft picks LB Prescott Burgess, WR/RS                                                                   practice squad.
             Yamon Figurs and QB Troy Smith; Waived QB Cullen                                                    Oct. 13          Waived RB/RS Cory Ross and K Rhys Lloyd from the
             Finnerty and K James Wilhoit.                                                                                        active roster; Signed T Mike Kracalik and G Ikechuku
July 26      Waived DT Andrew Powell.                                                                                             Ndukwe from the practice squad to the 53-man roster.
July 27      Waived DT Lawrence Wilson.                                                                          Oct. 16          Re-signed K Rhys Lloyd and RB/RS Cory Ross to active
July 28      Signed 2007 draft pick G Ben Grubbs; Signed free                                                                     roster; Waived T Mike Kracalik and G/C Ikechuku
             agents WR Leo Bookman, DT Anthony Bryant and LB                                                                      Ndukwe.
             Jamar Enzor.                                                                                        Oct. 17          Signed T Mike Kracalik and G/C Ikechuku Ndukwe to the
July 30      Placed LB Dan Cody (knee), FB Justin Green (knee), T                                                                 practice squad.
             Mike Kracalik (ankle), T Jonathan Ogden (toe) and LB                                                Oct. 18          Lost DT Anthony Bryant, who was signed off the practice
             Mike Smith (shoulder) on the Physically Unable to                                                                    squad by the Miami Dolphins; Released OL Brandon
             Perform (PUP) list.                                                                                                  Torrey from the practice squad; Signed WR Romby
Aug. 6       Waived DT Travis Leitko and S Donnie Johnson; Signed                                                                 Bryant and DT J’Vonne Parker to the practice squad.
             free agents DE Bill Swancutt and LB Ryan Riddle;                                                    Oct. 20          Waived K Rhys Lloyd and RB/RS Cory Ross from the
             Activated FB Justin Green (knee) and T Mike Kracalik                                                                 active roster; Signed T Mike Kracalik and TE Lee
             (ankle) from the PUP list.                                                                                           Vickers from the practice squad to the 53-man roster.
Aug. 13      Waived WR Leo Bookman.                                                                              Oct. 22          Released WR Romby Bryant from practice squad;
Aug. 27      Retained LB Dan Cody (knee) and LB Mike Smith                                                                        Waived T Mike Kracalik and TE Lee Vickers from the
             (shoulder) on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP)                                                                 active roster.
             list to begin the regular season; Placed G/T Steve                                                  Oct. 23          Re-signed K Rhys Lloyd and RB/RS Cory Ross to the
             Edwards (knee) on Injured Reserve and then waived                                                                    active roster.
             with injury settlement; Waived P Brendan Carney, LS                                                 Oct. 24          Signed T Mike Kracalik and TE Lee Vickers to the
             Nick Leeson, RB Greg Pruitt Jr., S Bobby Blackshire, CB                                                              pratice squad.
             Terrell Maze and QB Drew Olson.                                                                     Nov. 1           Signed TE Jake Nordin to the practice squad.
Sept. 1      Released veterans DT Anthony Bryant, WR Romby                                                       Nov. 5           Waived OLB Edgar Jones; Signed TE Lee Vickers from
             Bryant, DT Atiyyah Ellison, LB Jamar Enzor (waived                                                                   the practice squad to the active roster.
             injured), T Mike Kracalik, DT Keyonta Marshal, WR                                                   Nov. 6           Waived TE Lee Vickers from active roster; Signed OLB
             Clarence Moore, G Ikechuku Ndukwe, CB Evan                                                                           Edgar Jones to the 53-man roster.
             Oglesby, G Chris Pino, LB Ryan Riddle, G Brian Rimpf,                                               Nov. 8           Signed TE Lee Vickers to practice squad.
             RB/RS Cory Ross, DE Bill Swancutt; Also waived                                                      Nov. 10          Waived DT Edgar Jones and K Ryhs Lloyd; Signed CB
             rookies TE Kendrick Ballantyne, TE Marcus Freeman,                                                                   Willie Gaston and TE Lee Vickers from practice squad.
             CB Willie Gaston, WR Damien Linson, LB Joe Martin,                                                  Nov. 12          Waived CB Willie Gaston from active roster.
             WR Matt Willis.                                                                                     Nov. 13          Signed DT Edgar Jones to active roster; Signed K Ryhs
Sept. 2      Signed DT Anthony Bryant, DT Atiyyah Ellison, CB Willie                                                              Lloyd to the practice squad.
             Gaston, T Mike Kracalik, G Ikechuku Ndukwe, RB/RS                                                   Nov. 14          Placed LB Prescott Burgess (thigh) on Injured Reserve;
             Cory Ross and WR Matt Willis to the practice squad.                                                                  Signed WR Matt Willis to the active roster from the prac-
Sept. 3      Signed TE Kendrick Ballantyne to the practice squad.                                                                 tice squad; Signed CB Willie Gaston and LB Robert
Sept. 4      Lost DT Atiyyah Ellison, who was signed off the practice                                                             McCune to the practice squad.
             squad by the San Francisco 49ers.                                                                   Nov. 21          Placed DT Trevor Pryce (chest) on Injured Reserve;
Sept. 6      Signed DT Zarnell Fitch to the practice squad.                                                                       Signed DT Zarnell Fitch from the practice squad; Signed
Sept. 12     Placed RS B.J. Sams (knee) on Injured Reserve; Signed                                                                DT Amon Gordon to the practice squad.
             RB/RS Cory Ross from practice squad to the 53-man                                                   Dec. 3           Placed QB Steve McNair (shoulder) on Injured Reserve;
             roster; Signed WR Romby Bryant to the practice squad.                                                                Signed K Rhys Lloyd from the practice squad.
Sept. 18     Waived LB Dennis Haley from the 53-man roster;                                                      Dec. 6           Signed QB Cullen Finnerty to the practice squad.
             Released TE Kendrick Ballantyne from the practice                                                   Dec. 8           Waived DT Zarnell Fitch from the active roster; Signed
             squad; Signed TE Jake Nordin to the practice squad.                                                                  DT Amon Gordon from practice squad to active roster.



                                                                                  IN 2007, BALTIMORE IS . . .
    Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-9       vs. AFC North . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-5
    vs. AFC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-9        vs. NFC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-0
    Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4       Away . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
    On Grass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3         On Artificial Turf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
    Outdoors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-9         Indoors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0
    Leading at Halftime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-0              Trailing at Halftime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-8
    Tied at Halftime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1           Leading After 3 Quarters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-0
    Tied After 3 Quarters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1              Trailing After 3 Quarters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-8
    Winning Coin Toss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2              Losing Coin Toss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-7
    Decided by 7 Points or Less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4                    Decided By 3 Points or Less . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
    When Scoring First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-0               When Not Scoring First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-9
    Positive or Even Turnover Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1                      Negative Turnover Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-8
    Winning or Even Penalty Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4                      Losing Penalty Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
    With a 100-Yard Rusher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-4                   With a 100-Yard Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2
    Without a 100-Yard Rusher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5                    Without a 100-Yard Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
    When Allowing a 100-Yard Rusher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0                        When Not Allowing a 100-Yard Rusher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
    When Allowing a 100-Yard Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3                          When Not Allowing a 100-Yard Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
    With a 300-Yard Passer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1                   Without a 300-Yard Passer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
    Allowing a 300-Yard (net) Passer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0                     Not Allowing a 300-Yard (net) Passer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
    Overtime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1         Preseason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3



                                                                RAVENS 2007 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
                                                                                                         OFFENSE
  GAME                      WR                     LT              LG              C              RG            RT           TE         WR                    QB              RB              FB              Other
  @ Cincinnati (9/10/07)    Williams               Ogden           Brown           Flynn          Chester       Terry        Heap       Mason                 McNair          McGahee         McClain         n/a
  New York Jets (9/16/07) Williams                 Terry           Brown           Flynn          Chester       Yanda        Heap       Mason                 McNair          McGahee         McClain         n/a
  Arizona (9/23/07)         Williams               Terry           Brown           Flynn          Chester       Yanda        Heap       Mason                 McNair          McGahee         n/a             Clayton (WR)
  @ Cleveland (9/30/07)     Williams               Terry           Brown           Flynn          Chester       Yanda        Heap       Mason                 McNair          McGahee         n/a             Clayton (WR)
  @ San Francisco (10/7/07) Clayton                Terry           Brown           Flynn          Grubbs        Yanda        Sypniewski Mason                 McNair          McGahee         McClain         n/a
  St. Louis (10/14/07)      Clayton                Gaither         Brown           Chester        Grubbs        Yanda        Heap       Mason                 Boller          McGahee         McClain         n/a
  @ Buffalo (10/21/07)      n/a                    Gaither         Brown           Flynn          Grubbs        Yanda        Sypniewski Mason                 Boller          McGahee         McClain         Vickers (TE)
  @ Pittsburgh (11/5/07)    Clayton                Ogden           Brown           Flynn          Grubbs        Terry        Sypniewski Mason                 McNair          McGahee         McClain         n/a
  Cincinnati (11/11/07)     Clayton                Ogden           Brown           Flynn          Grubbs        Terry        Heap       Mason                 McNair          McGahee         McClain         n/a
  Cleveland (11/18/07)      Clayton                Ogden           Brown           Flynn          Grubbs        Terry        Sypniewksi Mason                 Boller          McGahee         McClain         n/a
  @ San Diego (11/25/07) Clayton                   Ogden           Brown           Flynn          Grubbs        Yanda        Sypniewski Mason                 Boller          McGahee         n/a             Vickers (TE)
  New England (12/3/07) Clayton                    Ogden           Brown           Flynn          Grubbs        Yanda        Sypniewski Mason                 Boller          McGahee         McClain         n/a
  Indianapolis (12/9/07)    Clayton                Ogden           Brown           Flynn          Grubbs        Yanda        Sypniewski Mason                 Boller          McGahee         n/a             Wilcox (TE)
                                                                                                          DEFENSE
 GAME                              LDT             NT              RDT             LOLB           LILB          RILB         ROLB             LCB             RCB             SS              FS              Other
 @ Cincinnati (9/10/07)            Pryce           Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            McAlister       Rolle           Landry          Reed            n/a
 New York Jets (9/16/07)           Pryce           Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            McAlister       Rolle           Landry          Reed            n/a
 Arizona (9/23/07)                 Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            McAlister       Ivy             Landry          Reed            n/a
 @ Cleveland (9/30/07)             Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            McAlister       Ivy             Landry          Reed            n/a
 @ San Francisco (10/7/07)         Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            McAlister       Ivy             Landry          Reed            n/a
 St. Louis (10/14/07)              Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            McAlister       Ivy             Landry          Reed            n/a
 @ Buffalo (10/21/07)              Bannan          Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            Ivy             Rolle           Landry          Reed            n/a
 @ Pittsburgh (11/5/07)            Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            Ivy             Martin          Landry          Reed            n/a
 Cincinnati (11/11/07)             Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            Ivy             Martin          Landry          Reed            n/a
 Cleveland (11/18/07)              Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            McAlister       Ivy             Landry          Reed            n/a
 @ San Diego (11/25/07)            Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            Ivy             Rolle           Landry          Reed            n/a
 New England (12/3/07)             Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            McAlister       Rolle           Landry          Reed            n/a
 Indianapolis (12/9/07)            Edwards         Gregg           Ngata           Johnson        Lewis         Scott        Suggs            Ivy             Martin          Landry          Reed            n/a
 Bold denotes 150th career start              Italics denotes 1st career start
                  2007 BALTIMORE RAVENS DEPTH CHART
                                                           OFFENSE

  WR       89   MARK CLAYTON (13/10)               17   Matt Willis (3/0)                     87 Demetrius Williams (9/4)*
  LT       75   JONATHAN OGDEN (8/7)               78   Adam Terry (11/8)                     71 Jared Gaither (4/2)
  LG       60   JASON BROWN (13/13)                65   Chris Chester (13/5)
   C       62   MIKE FLYNN (12/12)                 65   Chris Chester (13/5)
  RG       66   BEN GRUBBS (13/9)                  65   Chris Chester (13/5)
  RT       73   MARSHAL YANDA (13/9)               78   Adam Terry (11/8)
  TE       86   TODD HEAP (6/6)*                   83   Dan Wilcox (4/1)                      88 Quinn Sypniewski (13/7)
                                                                                              80 Lee Vickers (5/2)
  WR 85 DERRICK MASON (13/13)                      81   Devard Darling (13/0)                 16 Yamon Figurs (11/0)
  QB 7 KYLE BOLLER (11/7)                          10   Troy Smith (1/0)
  RB 23 WILLIS MCGAHEE (13/13)                     32   Musa Smith (13/0)                     38 Mike Anderson (6/0)
  FB 37 LE’RON MCCLAIN (13/9)                      33   Justin Green (12/0)

                                                           DEFENSE

 LDT       93   DWAN EDWARDS (13/10)               76   Amon Gordon (1/0)
  NT       97   KELLY GREGG (13/13)                94   Justin Bannan (12/0)*
 RDT       92   HALOTI NGATA (13/13)               94   Justin Bannan (12/0)*
LOLB       95   JARRET JOHNSON (13/13)             50   Antwan Barnes (11/0)                  91 Edgar Jones (1/0)
LILB       52   RAY LEWIS (13/13)                  59   Nick Greisen (11/0)
RILB       57   BART SCOTT (13/13)                 59   Nick Greisen (11/0)
ROLB       55   TERRELL SUGGS (13/13)              50   Antwan Barnes (11/0)                  56 Gary Stills (13/0)
 LCB       21   CHRIS McALISTER (8/8)*             29   Derrick Martin (13/3)                 24 David Pittman (6/0)
RCB        22   SAMARI ROLLE (6/5)*                35   Corey Ivy (13/10)                     27 Ronnie Prude (12/0)
  SS       26   DAWAN LANDRY (13/13)               42   Gerome Sapp (8/0)*
  FS       20   ED REED (13/13)                    42   Gerome Sapp (8/0)*                    28 Jamaine Winborne (13/0)

                                                         SPECIALISTS

  P 4 SAM KOCH (13/0)
  K 3 MATT STOVER (13/0)                            5   Rhys Lloyd (2/0)                        4 Sam Koch (13/0)
 KO 3 MATT STOVER (13/0)                            5   Rhys Lloyd (2/0)                        4 Sam Koch (13/0)
  H 4 SAM KOCH (13/0)                               7   Kyle Boller (11/7)
KOR 16 YAMON FIGURS (13/0)                         34   Cory Ross (5/0)                       32 Musa Smith (13/0)
 PR 16 YAMON FIGURS (13/0)                         20   Ed Reed (13/13)                       34 Cory Ross (5/0)
 LS 70 MATT KATULA (13/0)                          88   Quinn Sypniewski (13/7)

*Injured

(Games Played/Games Started)

ROOKIES AND FIRST-YEAR PLAYERS ARE UNDERLINED



                                                     PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

                                               Kyle Boller               BOWL-er
                                               Dwan Edwards              da-WAHN
                                               Yamon Figurs              YA-mahn Figures
                                               Nick Greisen              GRYE-son
                                               Sam Koch                  Cook
                                               Rhys Lloyd                Reese
                                               Haloti Ngata              ha-LOW-tee Na-tah
                                               Samari Rolle              ROLL
                                               Musa Smith                MOO-sah
                                               Quinn Sypniewski          SIP-new-ski
                                               Marshal Yanda             YON-da



                                                    2007 COACHING TEAM

Brian Billick, Head Coach; Rick Neuheisel, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks; Rex Ryan, Defensive Coordinator; Frank Gansz,
Special Teams Coordinator; Clarence Brooks, Defensive Line; Mark Carrier, Secondary; Vic Fangio, Special Asst. to the Head
Coach/Defense; John Fassel, Special Teams Assistant; Jedd Fisch, Assistant Quarterbacks; Jeff FitzGerald, Linebackers; Chris
Foerster, Offensive Line/Asst. Head coach; Jeff Friday, Strength and Conditioning; Wade Harman, Tight Ends/Assistant Offensive Line;
Mike Johnson, Wide Receivers; Tony Nathan, Running Backs; Mike Pettine, Outside Linebackers; Paul Ricci, Assistant Strength and
Conditioning; Greg Roman, Offensive Line Assistant; Dennis Thurman, Secondary
                              HOW THE 2007 BALTIMORE RAVENS WERE BUILT
YEAR                    DRAFT (31)                            FREE AGENTS (20)                  TRADE/WAIVER (2)
2007                    G   Ben Grubbs (1)                    DT Amon Gordon                    RB Willis McGahee (BUF)
                        WR Yamon Figurs (3a)                  ILB Nick Greisen
                        G/T Marshal Yanda (3b)                OLB Edgar Jones (RFA)
                        OLB Antwan Barnes (4a)                K   Rhys Lloyd**
                        FB Le’Ron McClain (4b)                TE Lee Vickers43d
                        QB Troy Smith (5)                     WR Matt Willis (RFA)
                        OLB Prescott Burgess (6) (IR)
                        T   Jared Gaither (Sup. Dr. 5)
2006                    DT    Haloti Ngata (1)                RB    Mike Anderson               QB Steve McNair (TEN) (IR)
13-3                    C/G   Chris Chester (2)               DT    Justin Bannan (UFA - BUF)
AFC North Division      CB    David Pittman (3)               CB    Corey Ivy (UFA - STL)
Champions               WR    Demetrius Williams (4a)         CB    Ronnie Prude (RFA)
                        RB    P.J. Daniels (4b) (IR)          DE    Trevor Pryce (IR)
                        S     Dawan Landry (5a)               RB    Cory Ross (RFA)
                        TE    Quinn Sypniewski (5b)           OLB   Gary Stills
                        P     Sam Koch (6a)
                        CB    Derrick Martin (6b)
2005                    WR    Mark Clayton (1)                LS    Matt Katula (RFA)
6-10                    OLB   Dan Cody (2a) (IR)              WR    Derrick Mason (UFA - TEN)
3rd AFC North           T     Adam Terry (2b)                 CB    Samari Rolle (UFA - TEN)
                        G/C   Jason Brown (4)                 DB    Jamaine Winborne
                        FB    Justin Green (5)
                        LB    Mike Smith (7) (IR)
2004                    DT Dwan Edwards (2)                   RS    B.J. Sams (RFA) (IR)
9-7                     WR Devard Darling (3)                 TE    Daniel Wilcox
2nd AFC North

2003                    OLB   Terrell Suggs (1a)
10-6                    QB    Kyle Boller (1b)
AFC North Division      RB    Musa Smith (3)
Champions               DE    Jarret Johnson (4a)
                        S     Gerome Sapp (6)*
2002                    S     Ed Reed (1)                     ILB Bart Scott (RFA)
7-9
3rd AFC North

2001                    TE    Todd Heap (1)
10-6
2nd AFC Central

2000                                                          DT    Kelly Gregg
12-4
2nd AFC Central
Super Bowl XXXV
Champions

1999                    CB    Chris McAlister (1)
8-8
3rd AFC Central

1998
6-10
4th AFC Central

1997                                                          C     Mike Flynn (RFA)
6-9-1
5th AFC Central

1996                    T   Jonathan Ogden (1a)
4-12                    ILB Ray Lewis (1b)
5th AFC Central

1991                                                          K     Matt Stover (Plan B)
(Cleveland Franchise)

Number in parenthesis after draft choice indicates the round in which the player was taken
(IR)--Indicates player is on Injured Reserve (not on the 53-man roster)
(UFA)--Unrestricted Free Agent
(RFA)--Rookie Free Agent
*Gerome Sapp was re-acquired in 2006 via a trade with the Indianapolis Colts.
**Rhys Lloyd was originally a rookie free agent with Baltimore in 2005.
BALTIMORE RAVENS / WEEK 14 / THROUGH SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2007
WON 4, LOST 9                                  * RUSHING                 No. Yds    Avg Long TD
09/10 L 20-27    at Cincinnati         66,093 McGahee                   260 1093    4.2 46t 7
09/16 W 20-13    New York Jets         71,246 Mu. Smith                  41 117     2.9 17    1
09/23 W 26-23    Arizona               71,372 Boller                     18   78    4.3 15    0
09/30 L 13-27    at Cleveland          73,024 McNair                     10   32    3.2 13    0
10/07 W 9- 7     at San Francisco      67,885 McClain                     6   14    2.3   4   0
10/14 W 22- 3    St. Louis             71,175 Anderson                    6    9    1.5   5   0
10/21 L 14-19    at Buffalo            70,727 T. Smith                    1    6    6.0   6t 1
11/05 L 7-38     at Pittsburgh         63,457 Figurs                      1   -1 -1.0 -1      0
11/11 L 7-21     Cincinnati            71,130 TEAM                      343 1348    3.9 46t 9
11/18 L 30-33 OT Cleveland             71,055 OPPONENTS                 362 1006    2.8 36    7
11/25 L 14-32    at San Diego          63,337 * RECEIVING                No. Yds    Avg Long TD
12/03 L 24-27    New England           71,382 Mason                      88 872     9.9 28    3
12/09 L 20-44    Indianapolis          70,513 McGahee                    42 229     5.5 30    1
12/16            at Miami              1:00 PM Clayton                   41 438 10.7 52       0
12/23            at Seattle            4:15 PM Sypniewski                30 210     7.0 13    1
12/30            Pittsburgh            1:00 PM Heap                      23 239 10.4 37       1
                      Balt.       Opp.         Mu. Smith                 21 143     6.8 17    0
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS         236         202      Williams                  20 290 14.5 34       0
  Rushing                  74          53      Darling                   10 214 21.4 53       2
  Passing                 144         128      McClain                    8   49    6.1 13t 1
  Penalty                  18          21      Wilcox                     5   14    2.8   7   1
  3rd Down: Made/Att   68/185      64/181      Anderson                   3   16    5.3   9   0
  3rd Down Pct.            36.8        35.4    Willis                     1   11 11.0 11      0
  4th Down: Made/Att     9/19         5/9      Green                      1    6    6.0   6   0
  4th Down Pct.            47.4        55.6    Vickers     LG             1   -1 -1.0 -1      0
POSSESSION AVG.         30:48       29:12      Vickers     TM              1  -1 -1.0 -1      0
TOTAL NET YARDS          3860        3865      TEAM                     294 2730    9.3 53 10
  Avg. Per Game           296.9       297.3    OPPONENTS                235 3005 12.8 78t 22
 Total Plays              841         778      * INTERCEPTIONS          No. Yds    Avg Long TD
  Avg. Per Play             4.6         5.0    Reed                      6 110 18.3      32   0
NET YARDS RUSHING        1348        1006      Lewis                     2   35 17.5     35t 1
  Avg. Per Game           103.7        77.4    Ivy                       1   22 22.0     22   0
  Total Rushes            343         362      Martin                    1    3    3.0    3   0
NET YARDS PASSING        2512        2859      Edwards                   1    1    1.0    1   0
  Avg. Per Game           193.2       219.9    McAlister                 1    0    0.0    0   0
  Sacked/Yards Lost    31/218      25/146      Rolle                     1    0    0.0    0   0
  Gross Yards            2730        3005      TEAM                     13 171 13.2      35t 1
  Att./Completions    467/294    391/235       OPPONENTS                13 293 22.5 100t 1
  Completion Pct.          63.0        60.1    * PUNTING          No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
  Had Intercepted          13          13      Koch               61 2640 43.3 35.6 7 15 64 1
PUNTS/AVERAGE           62/42.6     62/43.8    TEAM               62 2640 42.6 35.6 7 15 64 1
NET PUNTING AVG.        62/35.6     62/37.5    OPPONENTS          62 2714 43.8 37.5 4 20 74 0
PENALTIES/YARDS        94/713      74/663      * PUNT RETURNS         Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
FUMBLES/BALL LOST       28/22        10/5      Figurs                  12 7 143 11.9 75t 1
TOUCHDOWNS                 23          31      Reed                    10 2     94   9.4 63t 1
  Rushing                   9           7      Ross                     5 0    36    7.2 15 0
  Passing                  10          22      Sams                     4 0    37    9.3 16 0
  Returns                   4           2      TEAM                    31 9 310 10.0 75t 2
* SCORE BY PERIODS    Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS OPPONENTS                     30 14 293     9.8 49 0
TEAM                  20 90 37 79       0 226 * KICKOFF RETURNS         No. Yds    Avg Long TD
OPPONENTS             69 105 74 63      3 314 Figurs                    38 1002 26.4     94t 1
* SCORING      TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT     FG S PTS Ross                       9 148 16.4      25   0
Stover          0 0 0 0 22/22 22/25 0 88 Sams                            5 140 28.0      47   0
McGahee         8 7 1 0                 0 48 Mu. Smith                   3   89 29.7     52   0
Mason           3 0 3 0                 0 18 Anderson                    2   10    5.0   10   0
Darling         2 0 2 0                 0 12 TEAM                       57 1389 24.4     94t 1
Figurs          2 0 0 2                 0 12 OPPONENTS                  48 1176 24.5     50   0
Heap            1 0 1 0                 0   6 * FIELD GOALS         1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Lewis           1 0 0 1                 0   6 Stover                0/ 0 9/ 9 5/ 5 8/11 0/0
McClain         1 0 1 0                 0   6 TEAM                  0/ 0 9/ 9 5/ 5 8/11 0/0
Reed            1 0 0 1                 0   6 OPPONENTS             1/ 1 11/11 9/11 9/10 2/5
Mu. Smith       1 1 0 0                 0   6 Stover: (36G,23G)(28G,46N,43G)(21G,28G,43G,
T. Smith        1 1 0 0                 0   6 46G)(46N,21G,29G,41N)(26G,32G,49G)(43G,42G,
Sypniewski      1 0 1 0                 0   6 23G,31G,36G)()()()(34G,41G,47G)()(29G)()
Wilcox          1 0 1 0                 0   6 OPPONENTS: (53N,23G,40G)(50G,52N,21G)(48G,47N,
TEAM           23 9 10 4 22/22 22/25 0 226 40G,41G)(41G,20G)(52N)(35N,32G)(29G,26G,35G,
OPPONENTS      31 7 22 2 28/29 32/38 1 314 41G)(22G)(34G,19G,22G,35G,35G,21G,33G)(35N,
2-Pt. Conversions: TEAM 0-1, OPPONENTS 1-2     28G,39G,51G,33G)(27G,46G,41G,41G)(21G,38G)()
SACKS: Suggs 4, Ivy 3, Gregg 2, Johnson 2, Ngata 2, Pryce 2, Sapp 2, Bannan 1, Barnes 1,
Edwards 1, Landry 1, Lewis 1, Scott 1, Stills 1, (group) 1, TEAM 25, OPPONENTS 31
FUM/LOST: McNair 8/7, Boller 5/4, McGahee 4/3, Figurs 3/1, Reed 2/2, Ross 2/2, Anderson 1/1,
McClain 1/1, Mu. Smith 1/0, Sypniewski 1/1

* PASSING                 Att Cmp    Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD   TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating
Boller                    256 158    1584 61.7 6.19    8   3.1 9    3.5 53    20/ 133   75.1
McNair                    205 133    1113 64.9 5.43    2   1.0 4    2.0 30    11/ 85    73.9
T. Smith                    5    3     33 60.0 6.60    0   0.0 0    0.0 17     0/   0   79.6
Clayton                     1    0      0  0.0 0.00    0   0.0 0    0.0   0    0/   0   39.6
TEAM                      467 294    2730 63.0 5.85 10     2.1 13   2.8 53    31/ 218   74.4
OPPONENTS                 391 235    3005 60.1 7.69 22     5.6 13   3.3 78t 25/ 146     89.1
            BALTIMORE RAVENS 2007 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                    Tackles
                                   from coaches film review

Name                 Total Solo Assists Sacks Yds.               INT     Yds.   PD   FF   FR
Lewis, Ray            178    103     75   1    7                  2       35     9    1    1
Scott, Bart           112     70     42   1    2                  0       0      2    0    0
Johnson, Jarret        87     53     34   2    19                 0       0      1    2    0
Gregg, Kelly           86     58     28   2    6                  0       0      4    0    1
Suggs, Terrell         80     43     37   4    27                 0       0      4    1    0
Ngata, Haloti          78     50     28   2    8                  0       0      2    1    0
Landry, Dawan          73     59     14   1    9                  0       0      5    0    0
Ivy, Corey             51     46     5    3    21                 1       22    11    1    1
Edwards, Dwan          44     23     21   1    8                  1       1      0    0    0
Reed, Ed               36     27     9    0    0                  6      110    11    0    1
Bannan, Justin         30     15     15   1    0                  0       0      0    1    0
Rolle, Samari          25     23     2    0    0                  1       0      5    0    0
McAlister, Chris       23     19     4    0    0                  1       0     10    0    0
Martin, Derrick        22     19     3    0    0                  1       3      3    0    0
Pryce, Trevor          19     9      10   2    8                  0       0      0    0    0
Sapp, Gerome           9      8      1    2    15                 0       0      0    0    0
Prude, Ronnie          6      6      0    0    0                  0       0      3    0    0
Barnes, Antwan         5      2      3    1    9                  0       0      0    0    0
Winborne, Jamaine      4      3      1    0    0                  0       0      2    0    0
Gordon, Amon           3      2      1    0    0                  0       0      0    0    0
Stills, Gary           3      1      2    1    5                  0       0      0    0    0
Pittman, David         2      2      0    0    0                  0       0      1    0    0
Gaston, Willie         1      1      0    0    0                  0       0      0    0    0
Totals                977    642    335  25*  144                 13     171    73    7    4
*Defense also recorded a group sack



           RAVENS 2007 SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                    from coaches film review
                                                               Blocked
Name                Total   Solo    Assists       FF      FR    Kicks
Stills, Gary          22     21       1            1       0      0
Winborne, Jamaine     18     18       0            0       0      0
Green, Justin         17     16       1            0       0      0
Martin, Derrick       16     16       0            0       1      0
Greisen, Nick         13     13       0            0       0      0
McClain, Le'Ron       11     11       0            0       0      0
Burgess, Prescott     7      7        0            0       0      0
Prude, Ronnie         7      7        0            0       0      0
Katula, Matt          7      7        0            0       0      0
Smith, Musa           7      7        0            0       0      0
Sapp, Gerome          5      5        0            0       0      0
Barnes, Antwan        5      5        0            0       0      0
Wilcox, Daniel        5      5        0            0       0      0
Landry, Dawan         3      3        0            0       0      0
Darling, Devard       2      2        0            0       0      0
Haley, Dennis         2      2        0            0       0      0
Anderson, Mike        2      2        0            0       0      0
Ivy, Corey            1      1        0            0       0      0
Edwards, Dwan         0      0        0            0       0      1
Totals               150    148       2            1       1      1
Volume 4                                                                                              December 10, 2007
Number 18                          COMMUNITY NEWS
               UPCOMING EVENTS                                                    HOLIDAY HELPERS
                     TODAY (12/10)                            Ravens QB Kyle
                                                              Boller, WR Der-
• The Ravens                                                  rick Mason and
  will join Con-                                              CB       Samari
  gressman                                                    Rolle hosted the
  John      Sar-                                              3rd Annual Holi-
  banes and the Boys & Girls Club at Freetown Village         day      Helpers
  to introduce House Resolution 3733, the National            shopping event
  Foundation on Physical Fitness and Sports Establish-        Thursday (12/6)
  ment Act, today (12/10) in Pasadena, Md.                    at the Cockeys-
                                                              ville Target.
  Through the Ravens All Community Team Founda-
  tion’s Plan in Motion grant, the Boys & Girls Club of       In    conjunction     Derrick Mason spent the evening helping
                                                                                    youth pick out gifts for the holiday season.
  Annapolis and Anne Arundel County initiated the Get         with their charita-
  Smart, Get Healthy program in 2007.                         ble foundations, the players donated $15,000, which pro-
                                                              vided $150 gift certificates to 100 Baltimore children in
  Congressman Sarbanes, more than 100 youth, Ra-              need. Ravens players, including LB Edgar Jones, DB
  vens cheerleaders and Poe (one of the Ravens’ official      B.J. Sams and DB Jamaine Winborne, joined Boller,
  mascots), will demonstrate a fitness challenge estab-                                                        Mason, Rolle,
  lished through the Get Smart, Get Healthy program.                                                           40       Ravens
                                                                                                               cheerleaders
                   TUESDAY (12/11)                                                                             and Poe to help
                                                                                                               each child pick
• Ravens LB Ray                                                                                                out gifts for the
  Lewis will host his                                                                                          holiday season.
  annual Holiday Gift
  Marketplace Event                                                                                         In addition to
  at the Marriott Hotel                                                                                     the $150 gift
  in Baltimore Tues-                                                                                        certificates, the
  day (12/11).                                                                                              youth       were
                                                               B.J. Sams participated for the third time in treated to a
                                                                          Holiday Helpers.
  In partnership with                                                                                       pizza      party,
  Unilever, the Ray                                           courtesy of Target, a Holiday Helpers t-shirt and a gift
  Lewis Foundation                                            bag filled with gifts donated by Target, the Ravens and
  will give 200 children Ray Lewis hosts several community    each player.
  the opportunity to        events throughout the year for
                                  Baltimore youth.
  choose a gift for                                           Boller, Mason and
  themselves and another person for the holiday season.       Rolle’s foundation
  Mayor Sheila Dixon and actor Nathan Corbett from            projects also in-
  HBO’s The Wire will also be in attendance.                  clude Thanksgiv-
                                                              ing meal distribu-
• Ravens K Matt Stover will host an advanced screen-          tions,     football
  ing of The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep for 200          camps, and re-
  youth from St. Vincent’s Center, Villa Maria and Casey      building and refur-
  Cares at the Regal (Hoyts) Cinemas Hunt Valley Mall         bishing homes for
  Tuesday (12/11).                                            Baltimore      area         Jamaine Winborne helped youth check out
                                                              families in need.              and load their gifts at the registers.




                                       Youth from Freestate   T Adam Terry attended
                                       Challenge Academy          Chesapeake High
                                        were honored as a       School’s football ban-
                                        stand-out youth-led   quet Tuesday (12/4). He
                                        community service       spoke to students and
                                       group at the Ravens    parents about teamwork,
                                         vs. Patriots game       held a question and
                                              (12/3).         answer session and met
                                                               the JV and varsity foot-
                                                                     ball teams.




         For more information on Ravens in the Community, please call 410-701-4156 or visit
                                   www.BaltimoreRavens.com.
2007 BALTIMORE RAVENS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
  No.      Name                  Pos.    Ht.    Wt.   Birthdate   Exp.   College                 Hometown
   38      Anderson, Mike         RB     6-0    230    9/21/73     8     Utah                    Fairfield, SC
   94      Bannan, Justin         DT     6-3    310    4/18/79     6     Colorado                Orangevale, CA
   50      Barnes, Antwan        OLB     6-1    240   10/19/84     R     Florida International   Miami, FL
   7       Boller, Kyle          QB      6-3    220    6/17/81     5     California              Newhall, CA
   60      Brown, Jason          G/C     6-3    320     5/5/83     3     North Carolina          Henderson, NC

   65      Chester, Chris         G/C    6-3    305    1/12/83     2     Oklahoma                Tustin, CA
   89      Clayton, Mark          WR     5-10   195     7/2/82     3     Oklahoma                Arlington, TX
   81      Darling, Devard        WR     6-1    215    4/16/82     4     Washington State        Houston, TX
   93      Edwards, Dwan          DT     6-3    315    5/16/81     4     Oregon State            Columbus, MT
   16      Figurs, Yamon         WR/RS   5-11   175    1/10/82     R     Kansas State            Fort Pierce, FL

   62      Flynn, Mike            C      6-3    305   6/15/74     10     Maine                   Springfield, MA
   71      Gaither, Jared          T     6-9    350   3/18/86     R      Maryland                White Plains, MD
   76      Gordon, Amon           DT      6-2   305   10/31/81     3     Stanford                San Diego, CA
   33      Green, Justin          FB     5-11   251   4/30/82      3     Montana                 San Diego, CA
   97      Gregg, Kelly           DT     6-0    310   11/1/76     8      Oklahoma                Edmond, OK

   59      Greisen, Nick          LB     6-1    244    8/10/79     6     Wisconsin               Berlin, WI
   66      Grubbs, Ben            G      6-3    315    3/10/84     R     Auburn                  Eclectic, AL
   86      Heap, Todd             TE     6-5    252    3/16/80     7     Arizona State           Mesa, AZ
   35      Ivy, Corey             CB     5-9    188    3/29/77     7     Oklahoma                Moore, OK
   95      Johnson, Jarret        DE     6-3    270    8/14/81     5     Alabama                 Cedar Key, FL

   91      Jones, Edgar           DT     6-3    263    12/1/84    R      Southeast Missouri      Rayville, LA
   70      Katula, Matt           LS     6-6    272    8/22/82    3      Wisconsin               Brookfield, WI
   4       Koch, Sam               P     6-1    230    8/13/82    2      Nebraska                Seward, NE
   26      Landry, Dawan           S     6-0    220   12/30/82    2      Georgia Tech            Ama, LA
   52      Lewis, Ray             ILB    6-1    250    5/15/75    12     Miami                   Lakeland, FL

   5       Lloyd, Rhys             K     5-11   231    6/5/82      1     Minnesota               Dover, England
   29      Martin, Derrick        CB     5-10   202   5/16/85     2      Wyoming                 Denver, CO
   85      Mason, Derrick         WR     5-10   192   1/17/74     11     Michigan State          Detroit, MI
   21      McAlister, Chris       CB     6-1    206   6/14/77     9      Arizona                 Pasadena, CA
             c
   37      M Clain, Le'Ron        FB      6-0   260   12/27/84    R      Alabama                 Northport, AL

   23      McGahee, Willis        RB      6-0   232   10/21/81    5      Miami                   Miami, FL
   92      Ngata, Haloti          NT      6-4   340   1/21/84     2      Oregon                  Salt Lake City, UT
   75      Ogden, Jonathan         T      6-9   345    7/31/74    12     UCLA                    Washington, DC
   24      Pittman, David         CB     5-11   182   10/14/83    2      Northwestern St.        Gramercy, LA
   27      Prude, Ronnie          CB     5-11   178    6/4/82     2      Louisiana State         Shreveport, LA

   20      Reed, Ed                S     5-11   200    9/11/78     6     Miami                   St. Rose, LA
   22      Rolle, Samari          CB     6-0    175    8/10/76    10     Florida State           Miami, FL
   34      Ross, Cory             RB     5-6    201    9/22/82     2     Nebraska                Denver, CO
   42      Sapp, Gerome            S     6-1    216     2/8/81     5     Notre Dame              Houtson, TX
   57      Scott, Bart            ILB     6-2   240    8/18/80     6     Southern Illinois       Detroit, MI

   32      Smith, Musa           RB      6-0    232    5/31/82    5      Georgia                 West Perry, PA
   10      Smith, Troy           QB      6-0    225    7/20/84    R      Ohio State              Cleveland, OH
   56      Stills, Gary          OLB     6-2    250    7/11/74    9      West Virginia           Trenton, NJ
   3       Stover, Matt           K      5-11   178    1/27/68    18     Louisiana Tech          Dallas, TX
   55      Suggs, Terrell        OLB     6-3    260   10/11/82    5      Arizona State           Chandler, AZ

   88      Sypniewski, Quinn      TE     6-6    270    4/14/82     2     Colorado                Johnston, Iowa
   78      Terry, Adam             T     6-8    330     9/1/82     3     Syracuse                Queensbury, NY
   80      Vickers, Lee           TE     6-6    275    3/13/81     1     North Alabama           Athens, AL
   83      Wilcox, Daniel         TE     6-1    245    3/23/77     5     Appalachian State       Atlanta, GA
   87      Williams, Demetrius    WR     6-2    197    3/28/83     2     Oregon                  Concord, CA

   17      Willis, Matt           WR     5-11   185    4/13/84     R     UCLA                    La Palma, CA
   28      Winborne, Jamaine      DB     5-10   202   12/26/80     3     Virginia                Chesapeake, VA
   73      Yanda, Marshal         G/T     6-3   310    9/15/84     R     Iowa                    Anamosa, IA

Practice Squad
   8   Cullen Finnerty            QB      6-2   210    8/18/82     R     Grand Valley State      Brighton, MI
  44 Gaston, Willie               CB     5-10   187   12/15/82     R     Houston                 Houston, TX
  74 Kracalik, Mike                T      6-8   337     9/9/82     1     San Diego State         San Diego, CA
  58 McCune, Robert               LB      6-0   240     3/9/79     2     Louisville              Mobile, AL
  82 Nordin, Jake                 TE      6-3   255     7/8/84     R     Northern Illinois       Lake Lillian, MN
  63 Ndukwe, Ikechuku             G       6-4   338    7/17/82     2     Northwestern            Powell, OH
  72 Parker, J'Vonne              DT      6-4   325     6/7/82     2     Rutgers                 Newark, NJ

Reserve, Injured
 54 Burgess, Prescott (Thigh)     OLB     6-3   240     3/6/84    R      Michigan                Warren, OH
 53 Cody, Dan (Knee)              OLB     6-5   255    12/1/81     3     Oklahoma                Ada, OK
 30 Daniels, P.J. (Hamstring)     RB     5-10   214   12/21/82     2     Georgia Tech            Houston, TX
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  9   M Nair, Steve (Shoulder)    QB      6-2   230    2/14/73    13     Alcorn State            Mount Olive, MS
 90 Pryce, Trevor (Pectoral)      DT      6-5   286     8/3/75    11     Clemson                 Winter Park, FL
 36 Sams, B.J. (Knee)            DB/RS   5-10   185   10/29/80     4     McNeese State           Mandeville, LA
 51 Smith, Mike (Shoulder)        ILB     6-1   235     9/2/81     3     Texas Tech              Lubbock, TX
Last updated: 12.10.07
2007 BALTIMORE RAVENS NUMERICAL ROSTER
 No.       Name                       Pos.     Ht.   Wt.   Age   Exp.   College                  How Acq.     P S DNP INA
   3       Matt Stover                 K      5-11   178   39     18    Louisiana Tech          PB (NYG) '91 13 0 0 0
   4       Sam Koch                    P      6-1    230   25      2    Nebraska                  D6a '06    13 0 0 0
   5       Rhys Lloyd                   K     5-11   231    25     1    Minnesota                  FA '07     1 0 0 5
   7       Kyle Boller                 QB     6-3    220   26      5    California                D1b '03    11 7 2 0
  10       Troy Smith                 QB      6-0    225   23     R     Ohio State                 D5 '07    1 0 3 9

   16      Yamon Figurs               WR/RS   5-11   175   24    R      Kansas State               D3a '07      11   0    0   2
   17      Matt Willis                 WR     5-11   185   23    R      UCLA                       FA '07       3    0    2   0
   20      Ed Reed                      S     5-11   200   28     6     Miami                      D1 '02       13   13   0   0
   21      Chris McAlister             CB     6-1    206   30     9     Arizona                    D1 '99       8    8    0   5
   22      Samari Rolle                CB     6-0    175   31    10     Florida State              FA '05       6    5    0   7

   23      Willis McGahee              RB     6-0    232   25     5     Miami                   TR (BUF) '07    13   13   0   0
   24      David Pittman               CB     5-11   182   23     2     Northwestern St.           D3 '06       6    0    2   5
   26      Dawan Landry                S      6-0    220   24     2     Georgia Tech              D5a '06       13   13   0   0
   27      Ronnie Prude                CB     5-11   178   25     2     Louisiana State            FA '06       12   0    0   1
   28      Jamaine Winborne            DB     5-10   202   26     3     Virginia                   FA '05       13   0    0   0

   29      Derrick Martin              CB     5-10   202   22     2     Wyoming                   D6b '06       13   3    0   0
   32      Musa Smith                  RB     6-0    232   25     5     Georgia                    D3 '03       13   0    0   0
   33      Justin Green                FB     5-11   251   25     3     Montana                    D5 '05       12   0    1   0
   34      Cory Ross                   RB     5-6    201   24     2     Nebraska                   FA '06       5    0    0   5
   35      Corey Ivy                   CB     5-9    188   30     7     Oklahoma                UFA (STL) '06   13   10   0   0

   37      Le'Ron McClain              FB     6-0    260   22    R      Alabama                   D4b '07       13   9    0   0
   38      Mike Anderson               RB     6-0    230   33     8     Utah                      FA '06        6    0    1   6
   42      Gerome Sapp                  S     6-1    216   26     5     Notre Dame              TR (IND) '06    8    0    0   5
   50      Antwan Barnes               OLB    6-1    240   22    R      Florida International     D4a '07       11   0    0   2
   52      Ray Lewis                   ILB    6-1    250   32    12     Miami                     D1b '96       13   13   0   0

   55      Terrell Suggs               OLB    6-3    260   24     5     Arizona State              D1a '03      13   13   0   0
   56      Gary Stills                 OLB    6-2    250   33     9     West Virginia              FA '06       13   0    0   0
   57      Bart Scott                  ILB    6-2    240   27     6     Southern Illinois          FA '02       13   13   0   0
   59      Nick Greisen                 LB    6-1    244   28     6     Wisconsin                  FA '07       11   0    0   0
   60      Jason Brown                 G/C    6-3    320   24     3     North Carolina             D4 '05       13   13   0   0

   62      Mike Flynn                   C     6-3    305   33    10     Maine                      FA '97       12   12   0   1
   65      Chris Chester               G/C    6-3    305   24     2     Oklahoma                   D2 '06       13   5    0   0
   66      Ben Grubbs                   G     6-3    315   23    R      Auburn                      D1 '07      13   9    0   0
   70      Matt Katula                 LS     6-6    272   24     3     Wisconsin                   FA '05      13   0    0   0
   71      Jared Gaither                T     6-9    350   21    R      Maryland                   SD5 '07      4    2    5   5

   73      Marshal Yanda               G/T    6-3    310   22    R      Iowa                       D3b '07      13   9    0   0
   75      Jonathan Ogden               T     6-9    345   33    12     UCLA                       D1a '96      8    7    0   5
   76      Amon Gordon                 DT     6-2    305   26     3     Stanford                   FA '07        1   0    0   0
   78      Adam Terry                   T     6-8    330   25     3     Syracuse                   D2b '05      11   8    0   2
   80      Lee Vickers                 TE     6-6    275   26     1     North Alabama              FA '07       5    2    2   0

   81      Devard Darling              WR     6-1    215   25     4     Washington State           D3 '04       13   0    0 0
   83      Daniel Wilcox               TE     6-1    245   30     5     Appalachian State          FA '04       4    1    0 10
   85      Derrick Mason               WR     5-10   192   33    11     Michigan State             FA '05       13   13   0 0
   86      Todd Heap                   TE     6-5    252   27     7     Arizona State              D1 '01       6    6    0 7
   87      Demetrius Williams          WR     6-2    197   24     2     Oregon                     D4a '06      9    4    0 4

   88      Quinn Sypniewski            TE     6-6    270   25     2     Colorado                   D5b '06      13   7    0 0
   89      Mark Clayton                WR     5-10   195   25     3     Oklahoma                   D1 '05       13   10   0 0
   91      Edgar Jones                 DT     6-3    263   22     R     Southeast Missouri         FA '07       1    0    0 10
   92      Haloti Ngata                DT     6-4    340   23     2     Oregon                     D1 '06       13   13   0 0
   93      Dwan Edwards                DT     6-3    315   26     4     Oregon State               D2 '04       13   10   0 0

   94      Justin Bannan               DT     6-3    310   28     6     Colorado                UFA (BUF) '06 12 1 0          1
   95      Jarret Johnson              OLB    6-3    270   26     5     Alabama                   D4a '03     13 13 0         0
   97      Kelly Gregg                 DT     6-0    310   30     8     Oklahoma                   FA '00     13 13 0         0

Practice Squad
   8   Cullen Finnerty                 QB      6-2   210   25     R     Grand Valley State         FA '07       0    0    0   0
  44 Willie Gaston                     CB     5-10   187   24     R     Houston                    FA '07       1    0    0   0
  58 Robert McCune                     LB      6-0   240   28     2     Louisville                 FA '07       0    0    0   0
  63 Ikechuku Ndukwe                   G       6-4   338   25     2     Northwestern               FA '06       0    0    1   0
  72 J'Vonne Parker                    DT      6-4   325   25     2     Rutgers                    FA '07       0    0    0   0
  74 Mike Kracalik                      T      6-8   337   25     1     San Diego State            FA '05       2    0    0   0
  82 Jake Nordin                       TE      6-3   255   23     R     Northern Illinois          FA '07       0    0    0   0

Reserve, Injured
    9      Steve McNair (Shoulder)     QB      6-2   230   34     13    Alcorn State             TR (TEN) '06   6    6    3   2
   30      P.J. Daniels (Hamstring)    RB     5-10   214   24      2    Georgia Tech               D4b '06      0    0    0   0
   36      B.J. Sams (Knee)           DB/RS   5-10   185   26      4    McNeese State               FA '04      1    0    0   0
   51      Mike Smith (Shoulder)       LB      6-1   235   26      3    Texas Tech                  D7 '05      0    0    0   0
   53      Dan Cody (Knee)             OLB     6-5   255   25      3    Oklahoma                   D2a '05      0    0    0   0
   54      Prescott Burgess (Thigh)    OLB     6-3   240   23     R     Michigan                    D6 '07      8    0    0   1
   90      Trevor Pryce (Pectoral)     DT      6-5   286   32     11    Clemson                     FA '06      5    2    0   5
Last updated: 12.10.07

				
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