2017 NFL London Games Media Conferences: Ravens vs JaguarsPostgame Quotes John Harbaugh JOHN HARBAUGH: Real tough loss, credit goes to the Jaguars. We played poorly. They played very well and that'...
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The Ravens fell to the Jaguars 44-7 in London, which is tied for the biggest loss in franchise history, but the players stressed that they have the veteran leadership to shake off the disappointment.
Quarterback Joe Flacco threw for just 28 yards and tossed two interceptions in the Ravens' massive 44-7 loss in what was the worst statistical game of his career.
The Ravens had no answer for Jacksonville's offensive attack, as quarterback Blake Bortles tossed four touchdown passes against the re-vamped secondary.
Blowout loss will have experts questioning Ravens' 2-0 start. Defense's disappearance was the most surprising. His back injury and offensive line woes don’t help, but Flacco shouldn't get a pass either. Can't take issue with Jaguars running up score.
Defensive end Brent Urban (foot) and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (concussion) left the game, but Maclin passed the concussion protocol test and returned.
From Saturday night's packed fan rally to Sunday's Wembley Stadium pre-game atmosphere, Ravens fans' presence was definitely felt in London.
Linebackers Terrell Suggs and C.J. Mosley, wide receiver Mike Wallace, cornerback Lardarius Webb, safety Tony Jefferson and more players took a knee. Owner Steve Bisciotti said 'we respect their demonstration and support them 100 percent.'
Rookie guard Jermaine Eluemunor will dress for his first game in his home country. Guard Tony Bergstrom is inactive, meaning somebody else will replace Marshal Yanda. Terrance West and wide receiver Michael Campanaro will both play.
If you're the NFL, it's a no-brainer to try to grow your game and develop a new international market. A couple games a year has worked in London, but football may never course through the veins of enough sports fans there.
Defensive tackle Brandon Williams, tight end Maxx Williams and cornerback Jaylen Hill have all been ruled out. Terrance West, Za'Darius Smith, Michael Campanaro and Anthony Levine are all questionable.
Defensive tackle Brandon Williams has been ruled out for Sunday's game because of a foot injury. Second-year nose tackle Michael Pierce will have to fill his void.
Get broadcast info, the key storylines and matchups to watch for the Ravens' Week 3 game in London.
Brandon Williams didn’t travel to London. Scouting report: Who has the edge between the Ravens and Jags? Can the Ravens keep up this interception rate? Michael Campanero returns to practice, Jalen Ramsey is absent in Jacksonville. Fantasy owners shouldn’t sleep on Buck Allen. Give Marty Mornhinweg his credit in the Ravens' 2-0 start.
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The Ravens quarterback said the team must keep its head up, or a loss like this could spill into future weeks.
The Ravens safety said the team didn?t play well in any phase of the game, and it might be the worst loss he?s ever been a part of.
The Ravens head coach said nobody will point fingers and the team will quickly move on to preparations for next week's game against the divisional rival Pittsburgh Steelers.
Watch Week 3 highlights from the Baltimore Ravens' 44-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in London.
The Ravens tight end notched his first score as a Raven with a 6-yard touchdown catch. It was the first points the Ravens put on the board against the Jacksonville Jaguars with about three minutes left in the game.
The Ravens running back led the team with 82 rushing yards on nine attempts in London.
The Ravens' new right tackle talks about the keys to overcoming the big loss of right guard Marhsal Yanda. He also said the offensive line takes pride in the opening holes for the Ravens' rushing attack and keeping quarterback Joe Flacco clean.
Ravens Sr. Vice President of Public Relations Kevin Byrne takes you inside the schedule and team meetings as the Ravens prepare for their Week 3 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
After traveling overnight, the Ravens hit the practice fields Friday at the London Irish facility.
Ray Lewis and Jonathan Ogden, plus the team's band and cheerleaders, surprised fans on a bus tour through the city.
Ray Lewis surprised J.O. in the interview and the first two picks in team history discussed the journey they've shared together.
The former great linebacker talks about re-connecting with Jonathan Ogden and his expected induction into the Hall of Fame.
The Ravens fifth-round pick said he never imagined returning to his hometown as a rookie after seeing his first NFL game as an 11-year-old boy. He plans on catching up with friends and family while in town, and hopes he can inspire other young Londoners to pick up American football.
The Ravens head coach also said the practice facility at London Irish is 'fantastic' and as good as any NFL field they?ve played on. He thanked Ravens fans for traveling to London to support the team.
The Ravens quarterback said the team is treating the trip across the pond as a business trip. All the focus is on beating the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday.