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2019 Schedule
4-2, 1st in AFC North
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16hAdam Schefter

Sources: Bitonio pitch sparked Rams' trade flurry

The Rams tried to acquire offensive lineman Joel Bitonio from the Browns for Marcus Peters, according to sources. Cleveland rejected the offer, but the proposal kickstarted a series of trades involving the Rams.

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2dJamison Hensley

Ravens CB Peters surprised by trade from Rams

Cornerback Marcus Peters said he was surprised by Tuesday's trade from the Los Angeles Rams to the Baltimore Ravens but left with his "head held high."

Cruz: Wilson understands what it takes to win (1:30)
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Ravens fired up to face Thomas' former team (1:45)
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4dJamison Hensley

Thomas: 'Business as usual' on return to Seattle

The last time Earl Thomas played a game in Seattle, he was carted off the field with a broken leg and gave the middle finger to the Seahawks' Pete Carroll because the safety didn't think his coach was genuine in his concern for him.

Graziano: Peters was never in Rams' long-term plans (0:58)
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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

By trading for Marcus Peters, Ravens address a secondary hit with injuries. Cornerback Jimmy Smith (knee) has missed the past five games, and nickelback Tavon Young (neck) is out for the season. Marcus Canady and Anthony Averett have struggled as starting cornerbacks. Quarterbacks have targeted them because they're throwing away from Marlon Humphrey, who has been playing at a Pro Bowl level.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens signed safety Bennett Jackson off the Jets practice squad and placed safety DeShon Elliott (knee) on injured reserve. Jackson, who spent the past two training camps with Ravens, knows Baltimore's defense and will make an immediate impact on special teams.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson through six games: -His 460 yards rushing ranks 8th in NFL -His 1,507 yards passing ranks 12th in league -His offense ranks No. 1 in NFL with 450.7 yards per game

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7dJamison Hensley

Ravens' Jackson makes dual-threat history in win

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson became the first player in the Super Bowl era with over 200 passing yards and 150 rushing yards in a regular-season game.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson on being told that he's the first QB to throw for over 200 yards and run for over 100 yards: "It's cool, I guess."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

In the Ravens' 23-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, Jackson became the first player in the Super Bowl era to produce over 200 yards passing and 150 yards rushing in a regular season game. Jackson finished with 236 yards passing and 152 yards rushing against the winless Bengals. Ravens (4-2) stay atop the AFC North.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is first player to ever produce over 200 yards passing and 150 yards rushing in a regular season game in the Super Bowl era.

Team Stats

Passing Yards245.714th
Rushing Yards205.01st
Points For30.7
Points Against23.3