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Nov 27

Ravens vs. Browns: Game time, TV schedule, radio, announcers, referees and more

Two divisional rivals square off in prime time this week.

The Ravens are back on prime time this week where they are squaring off against their divisional foe, the Cleveland Browns. Normally, this battle is pretty one-sided, with the Browns historically being not-so-good. This year, it’s going to be a battle of two not-so-good teams. The Ravens are seeking out a new identity, with both starting QB Joe Flacco and lead runner Justin Forsett both out for the year. While for the Browns, the quarterback position is as turbulent as ever, with former starter Johnny Manziel being demoted to third-string. It will certainly be an interesting game, but we’ll have to wait until Monday night to see what plays out.

Television Schedule

Coverage Map

Televised Nationally on ESPN

Date/Time: Monday, November 30th / 8:30 PM EST

Where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

Broadcasters: ESPN

Commentators: Jon Gruden, Mike Tirico

Referees:  Brad Allen & Crew

Yrs 2014 crew Occupation
R 122 Brad Allen 2 non-profit CEO
U 11 Fred Bryan 7 * superintendent, juvenile correctional facility
HL 48 Jim Mello 12 * facilities manager
LJ 100 Tom Symonette 12 * certified public accountant
FJ 67 Doug Rosenbaum 15 * financial consultant
SJ 97 Tom Hill 17 * teacher
BJ 83 Shawn Hochuli 2 Corrente financial advisor
Replay official: Jim Lapetina

Replay assistant: Jim Pearson 
Position changes: S. Hochuli (SJ to BJ)



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And that’s it. Hope you all have a fantastic afternoon watching your Baltimore Ravens! If you’re watching live or listening in, keep the Beatdown in mind for the web and journalistic side of things.

Nov 27

Baltimore Ravens vs Cleveland Browns week 12: Friday Injury Report

The Baltimore Ravens face off against the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football. What was going to be a tough divisional matchup has turned into a game with two injured teams that are putting in new quarterbacks. As both teams vie for the top pick in April’s NFL Draft, the list of those injured should affect the matchup.

The Ravens have pushed running back Justin Forsett to the injured reserve list, taking his name off the estimated injury report list for Thursday. Again, the left side of the offensive line seems to be in flux as both left tackl Eugene Monroe and left guard Kelechi Osemele did not participate on Friday’s practice. Combined with center Jeremy Zuttah having gone to injured reserve last week, the Ravens will need to solidify the left side of the line for new quarterback Matt Schaub and rookie running back Javorius Allen.


Did Not Participate:

WR Marlon Brown (back)

T Eugene Monroe (shoulder)

G Kelechi Osemele (knee)

Limited Participation:

CB Shareece Wright (back)

Full Participation:

TE Nick Boyle (foot)


Did Not Participate:

WR Taylor Gabriel (concussion)

CB Joe Haden (concussion)

WR Andrew Hawkins (concussion)

DE Randy Starks (knee)

Limited Participation:

G Joel Bitonio (ankle)

Full Participation:

QB Johnny Manziel (right elbow)

QB Josh McCown (ribs)

S Donte Whitner (concussion)

Nov 27

Five Quick Hits from Friday’s Practice

TitansOnline.com Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt offers five quick hits from Friday’s practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

Nov 27

Chance Warmack Didn’t go Overboard on Thanksgiving Meal

Titans guard Chance Warmack ate well on Thanksgiving Day, but “didn’t go super crazy.”

Nov 27

Ravens sign Marcel Jones to the practice squad, release Daniel Brown

The Ravens have parted ways with the preseason darling.

The Ravens have been shuffling their roster of late, and the next victim of late was WR Daniel Brown, who was let go for offensive lineman Marcel Jones.

Brown, who became a preseason fan-favorite after making some fantastic catches in preseason, couldn’t stick around on the roster after missing the final cuts of the preseason. He has been on and off the Ravens’ practice squad ever since then, and hasn’t found a way to get on the active roster, despite the many troubles at receiver this year.

The newest Raven brings something to the table that the team needs. That would be depth on the offensive line. The team has been riddled with injuries on the front line this year, with center Jeremy Zuttah out with a torn pectoral, and left tackle Eugene Monroe seemingly out every other week.

Jones is a fourth-year tackle out of Nebraska. He was originally drafted by the Saints in the seventh round of 2012′s draft, but he was relegated to the practice squad after suffering a knee injury in his rookie season. He eventually fell out of favor with the Saints after another practice squad stint and was released in 2014. He has been in and out of the Ravens’ organization over the past couple seasons, and was released just last week before being resigned.

Nov 27

Coach Mularkey’s Friday Practice Transcript

Titans interim head coach Mike Mularkey addresses reporters following Friday’s practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

Nov 27

Coach Mularkey’s Friday Practice Transcript

Titans interim head coach Mike Mularkey addresses reporters following Friday’s practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

Nov 27

Justin Forsett Broken Arm: Baltimore Ravens officially send Justin Forsett to injured reserve

The Ravens have made it official by sending running back Justin Forsett to injured reserve today. They have also activated defensive end Brent Urban from his injured reserve-designated to return status, making him likely to play on Monday.

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It was an inevitable choice as Baltimore Ravens rusher Justin Forsett had snapped his arm in two against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, but the Ravens took a little time to make it official. With a set of moves today, the Ravens have sent running back Justin Forsett to injured reserve, ending his 2015 season.

The Ravens rusher ends his season with 641 yards, 4.2 yards per carry and 2 touchdowns. While not quite the same production that sent him to his first Pro Bowl last year, it is still a solid workload given the Ravens offensive injury woes.

Having lost Steve Smith Sr. to a torn Achilles, wide receiver Michael Campanaro, center Jeremy Zuttah for the season and a host of other weekly injuries, the Ravens offense went from being a potentially high powered one to an offense that was trying to make due with second and third-string players.

With Forsett going to injured reserve, the Ravens officially activate defensive end Brent Urban, likely allowing him to see his first action as a Raven on Monday Night Football against the Cleveland Browns in a few days. Urban has been a player that fans and media has loved, but has just not been able to stay healthy enough to see the field. Having torn his ACL in training camp last year, he missed the entire season. At the end of training camp, he tore his biceps muscle, putting him on temporary injured reserve this season. Now that he is healthy and has been practicing, he should be able to make his debut finally.

At 6-foot-7 and having a near 35-inch arm length, Urban has been able to bat down balls regularly at the line of scrimmage. When the giant Urban puts his arms up, he completely takes away a throwing lane for a quarterback, upping his potential value on a defensive line that has been able to get penetration all season long, mainly with Brandon Williams.

With the loss of Terrell Suggs in the first game of the season against the Denver Broncos, the Ravens will also look for Urban to rush the passer a bit and showcase some of the skills that a man of his size would have. Even though he doesn’t have a lot of other techniques, Urban has the strength side to bull rush most offensive lineman back. Teaming up with Brandon Williams, he should be able to clear some of the double teams that Williams has begun to see as the season wears on.

Nov 27

Brian Orakpo Letting his Voice, Actions Speak Loudly

Titans veteran outside linebacker Brian Orakpo letting his voice, and actions, speak loudly.

Nov 27

Ask Jim: More Questions as Raiders Come to Town

TitansOnline.com Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt tackles your questions in his latest installment of “Ask Jim.”

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