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Matchups for the AFC championship game Sunday between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.
It's been a long time since Corey Graham played against an option offense.
It really doesn't matter to the Baltimore Ravens who starts at quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the mission remains the same.
Since 1996, Ray Lewis has been the unquestioned leader of the Baltimore Ravens' defense.
The Baltimore Ravens strengthened their special teams by agreeing Friday to a two-year deal with cornerback Corey Graham and on a three-year contract Brendon Ayanbadejo.
London Fletcher might no longer be the NFL's Susan Lucci, having gone to the Pro Bowl as an alternate the past two years.
"You have a lot of people that are going to want to come to the game because it's the Super Bowl," Graham said. "But if you haven't been supporting me throughout the year, going to the regular games when we were playing the Detroit Lions or the Cleveland Browns, then why would I want to bring you out here to come to a great place like New Orleans to see the Super Bowl on the greatest stage in the world?"
"We wanted to get this win for Ray and I was going to do everything I could possibly do to get this win," said cornerback Corey Graham.