Ravens preseason opener seen by almost 300000 on Baltimore TV stations

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will not play in the preseason but is expected to start the regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals on September 10, the team announced Friday.

Flacco, 32, who's starting his 10th season, has taken part in offseason workouts and practices. Backup quarterback Ryan Mallett has struggled in training camp and the preseason at a time when the Ravens have expressed interest in controversial quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Multiple reports are out that Washington Redskins Linebacker Trent Murphy will miss the entire 2017 National Football League season with a torn ACL.

"I'm more into the regular season, so i didn't know how it was going to go, but with the Redskins playing the Ravens last night, we had a completely full bar throughout the entire game last night", says General Manager Mike Brittingham.

An MRI exam Friday revealed the injury, which occurred during Washington's third defensive series against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. But beyond the Ravens, who topped the Washington Redskins, 23-3, the big victor on broadcast TV here was WBAL with its hometown broadcast team of Gerry Sandusky and former Ravens coach Brian Billick in the booth.

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