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Ravens To Open Season In Denver; NFL Releases Schedule Tonight
Published April 18, 2013
The NFL "may have been open to giving the Ravens a prime-time game on the first weekend of the NFL season," but coach John Harbaugh and other members of the organization "preferred playing on the road on that Thursday because it will give the team nine days of rest before its Week 2 game" (BALTIMORESUN.com, 4/18).
Former NBC Sports Group Chair Dick Ebersol will serve as a guest analyst tonight on NFL Network's coverage of the schedule release (THE DAILY).