Jimmy Smith

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Ed Norris: Everybody’s Fault

This game more than any loss in recent memory was truly a team effort or lack there of.


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BLOG: Ravens/Texans Preview

Matt Schaub sat out of practice earlier this week but he will play.

105.7 The Fan–10/14/2011

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BLOG: Ravens Prepare For Texans And Derrick Mason…Again

In regards to Derrick Mason returning to Baltimore, Ray Lewis summed it up perfectly. “It’s not weird at all for us. It doesn’t matter. We only care what’s going on inside this building.”


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Aaron Wilson’s Ravens Report

Vinny & Kenny are joined by the man whose finger is on the pulse of everything Baltimore Ravens, Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times.


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Ravens CBs Smith, Carr Inactive; Jets’ Mangold Out

Ravens cornerbacks Chris Carr and Jimmy Smith are inactive for Baltimore’s game against the New York Jets on Sunday night.


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BLOG: Banged Up Ravens

Hopefully Ben Grubbs can make it back because he obviously makes a big difference on the line.

105.7 The Fan–09/20/2011

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Ravens CB Smith Sidelined By High Ankle Sprain

Ravens coach John Harbaugh says rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith will be sidelined “a few weeks” with a high ankle sprain.


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BLOG: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly – Ravens Vs. Steelers

The hit that Jarrett Johnson put on Hines Ward had to put a smile on everyone’s face except for Hines’.

105.7 The Fan–09/12/2011

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Aaron Wilson Talks Ravens

Vinny & Kenny are joined by Ravens Insider Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times to talk about the aftermath of yesterday’s 35-7 thrashing of the Steelers.


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BLOG: Not So Fast – Ravens Cornerback Depth

For the past two or three weeks, all of the talk surrounding the Baltimore Ravens cornerback battle is that the team is so deep at the position, they may need to trade away some parts for positions of greater need. Pump your brakes on that theory…


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BLOG: The Ravens’ Rookies Are Improving

All rookies will make mistakes when they first arrive in the NFL. They need to learn from them, adjust, and then execute. I compared the rookies’ performances in the Eagles game to Chiefs game, and here is what I saw out of them.

105.7 The Fan–08/22/2011

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BLOG: Ravens Vs. Chiefs Preseason Action; What To Look For

The team has to perform better than they did last Thursday. No, it’s not about wins and losses, but sustaining drives and finishing tackles.





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