Here were the 11-best tidbits we found from the Pittsburgh-Baltimore game.
The Ravens offense will look a lot different in 2014, thanks to a new scheme and some additions. Our Dave Richard examines Baltimore's assets for Draft Day.
The NFL has banned non-standard facemasks for 2014. Chris Canty, who suffered a detached retina in 2005, wears a non-standard facemask and a dark visor for added protection.
Four offseason arrests of Ravens makes for an upset John Harbaugh, who isn't kidding when he says that repeat offenders won't get a second chance.
The Dolphins reportedly turned Ravens tape into the NFL for violating the same Patriots-Jets field goal penalty.
Redskins LB Brian Orakpo, along with several other NFL players, have been banned from wearing customized facemasks. Orakpo is appealing the league's ruling.
With the exception of those players who need them for medical reasons, the NFL has banned customized face masks.
In the Buccaneers first preseason game, Josh Freeman was better than Mike Glennon
They lost six starters from the defense that lined up in Super Bowl XLVII -- including Ray Lewis and Ed Reed -- so the Baltimore Ravens are supposed to be handicapped this season. Try again. Their defense will be improved, and here's why.
Chip Kelly played enough against Matt Barkley while coaching at Oregon to know what he can do at quarterback. Clark Judge says Philly's pick of Barkley means mistake-prone Michael Vick is not long for Philly.

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