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Ravens 13, Bills 7

BALTIMORE — The Ravens opened with a reunion of sorts. Six players returning from injuries helped beat Buffalo and perhaps can help Baltimore forget last season's 5-11 record. Quarterback Joe Flacco (knee), running back Justin Forsett (broken arm), receiver Steve Smith (torn Achilles tendon), tight end Dennis Pitta (hip), receiver and former UCF standout Breshad Perriman (knee) and linebacker Terrell Suggs all played a role Sunday. "It felt good seeing all those faces out there that we didn't see at the end of the year last year," Forsett said. "It was good to be back there with the boys."

Ravens 13, Bills 7 09/11/16 [Last modified: Sunday, September 11, 2016 10:27pm]
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