From Comcast SportsNetCANTON, Ohio (AP) -- John Lynch, Michael Strahan, Steve McNair and Morten Andersen are among 13 first-year eligible players for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Safety Lynch, defensive end Strahan, quarterback McNair and kicker Andersen join offensive linemen Jonathan Ogden and Larry Allen, defensive tackle Warren Sapp and 121 other total nominees for induction. The list will be whittled to 25 semifinalists in late November.Fifteen finalists from the modern era will be announced in early January, with elections taking place Feb. 2, 2013, the day before the Super Bowl.Between four and seven new members will be selected, with inductions next August.Other first-time nominees are running back Priest Holmes, wide receiver Keenan McCardell, center Tom Nalen, DTs Sam Adams and Ted Washington and DE Bryant Young.Among the contributors nominated are former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue and longtime team owners Bud Adams of the Titans and Robert Kraft of the Patriots. Former Browns and Ravens owner Art Modell, who died this month, also is a nominee.Other holdover nominees include receivers Cris Carter, Andre Reed and Tim Brown, running back Jerome Bettis, guard Will Shields, DE Charles Haley, linebacker Kevin Greene and defensive back Aeneas Williams, all finalists for the 2012 class.
It's probably safe to say the Baltimore Ravens would prefer to forget how badly their Week 3 London matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars went. 44-7 isn't exactly a close loss.
It was not good. Quarterbacks Joe Flacco and Ryan Mallett shared time on the field, but they only combined for a total of 64 yards. Unfortunately for the veteran, Flacco threw two interceptions while Mallett helped get the Ravens' only touchdown. Meanwhile, Blake Bortles completed 20-of-31 passes for 244 yards and four touchdowns against Baltimore.
But it's a new week, and as the Ravens head into Week 4's game versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, they're still 2-1 on the season and looking to add another notch to the win column. But the Steelers are looking to bounce back after a heartbreaking 23-17 overtime loss to the Chicago Bears in Week 3.
Ahead of Baltimore's game against the Steelers on Sunday, here's everything you need to know.
NFL Week 4 Ravens vs. Steelers:
Who: Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
What: Week 4 of the 2017 NFL Season
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland
When: Sunday, October 1, 1 p.m. ET
TV Channel: CBS
Radio: WBAL News Radio 1090
Betting odds: According to OddsShark.com, the Steelers are a 2.5-point favorite.
BALTIMORE RAVENS 2017 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE:
Week 1 (Sun, Sept. 10): 20-0 win at Cincinnati Bengals
Week 2 (Sun, Sept. 17): 24-10 win vs. Cleveland Browns
Week 3 (Sun, Sept. 24): 44-7 loss to Jacksonville Jaguars (in London)
Week 4 (Sun, Oct. 1): vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1:00 p.m.
Week 5 (Sun, Oct. 8): at Oakland Raiders, 4:05 p.m.
Week 6 (Sun, Oct. 15): vs Chicago Bears, 1:00 p.m.
Week 7 (Sun, Oct. 22): at Minnesota Vikings, 1:00 p.m.
Week 8 (Thur, Oct. 26): vs. Miami Dolphins, 8:25 p.m.
Week 9 (Sun, Nov. 5): at Tennessee Titans, 1:00 p.m.
Week 10 (Sun, Nov. 12): BYE week
Week 11 (Sun, Nov. 19): at Green Bay Packers, 1:00 p.m.
Week 12 (Mon, Nov. 27): vs. Houston Texans, 8:30 p.m.
Week 13 (Sun, Dec. 3): vs. Detroit Lions, 1:00 p.m.
Week 14: (Sun, Dec. 10): at Pittsburgh Steelers, 8:30 p.m.
Week 15: (Sun, Dec. 17): at Cleveland Browns, 1:00 p.m.
Week 16: (Sat, Dec. 23): vs Indianapolis Colts, 4:30 p.m.
Week 17: (Sun, Dec. 31): vs. Cincinnati Bengals, 1:00 p.m.
With all the news surrounding President Donald Trump after his comments on protests in the NFL, it was only a matter of time before athletes in other sports spoke out. During CSN Mid-Atlantic's coverage of Wizards Media Day, John Wall, along with Bradley Beal, spent several minutes discussing Trump's recent comments about the ongoing protests in the NFL and what they mean to him.
The 27-year-old point guard also talked about a need for the faces of the NFL to speak out. He made a point about how the league's top quarterbacks have to be the ones to take action.
"You have guys like Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers. love those guys, very talented. until those guys come out and speak, I don't think the nfl is going to make any adjustments," Wall said.
Wall went on to mention that during the controversy surrounding Donald Sterling, the top players in the NBA took action. He said Sterling was fired after guys like Lebron James and Kobe Bryant took action.
The Wizards' point guard wants the faces of the NFL to do more. He doesn't think advocating for Colin Kaepernick to get signed is enough.
"You have to go out their and express your feelings and until they do that, I don't think anything is going to change," Wall said.
Watch John Wall's full comments on the video player above.