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In case you haven’t noticed, Baltimore has finally been able to scratch its way back into relevance this season in Baseball. While the Orioles probably don’t get much attention on an NFL blog, the relationship between them and the much-loved Baltimore Ravens has been a tenuous one that has finally started to meld into cohesion.
Things started back in 1998 when the Ravens got their own stadium deal from the Maryland Stadium Authority, the Orioles front office didn’t like that the Ravens received special dispensation from the state for their stadium. Which is why, until recent years, no Raven had thrown out the first pitch at Orioles games, even after their 2000 Super Bowl Championship (something most cities that have both and NFL and MLB franchise do).… Read more
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A former Baltimore Raven commented on what he believes is Ray Lewis' declining ability. Lewis is 37 and in his 17th season.
The Baltimore Ravens released their first injury report of
the week yesterday and it looks fairly clean as they prepare for this weekend’s
matchup with the Dallas Cowboys. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata was the only
significant name on the list, while wide receivers Anquan and Torrey Smith were
Ngata was able to participate in yesterday’s practice, but...
The Baltimore Ravens will look to continue their winning ways at home as they host the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday. The Ravens are one of the most healthiest teams at the moment and their injury report this week is as small the writing on a one-dollar bill. Although Haloti Ngata was not initially added to the injury report following last Sunday's victory over the Kansas City Chiefs...
Legendary players are rarely rational. I wouldn’t expect them to be, do you ever think you are going to hear Kobe Bryant say he isn’t the best player in the NBA even though we know he isn’t? I equate Ray Lewis a little bit to Floyd Mayweather. When you play (or fight) at such a high level for such a long period of time any slippage becomes very noticeable. I joke that Miguel...
Jason Garrett was interested in becoming the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens in 2008. He interviewed for the job and was Baltimore's top choice. But Garrett said Wednesday that he and his wife decided that Dallas was the right place for them and they have no regrets.
"We certainly have no regrets, and I'm sure the Ravens don't have any regrets either," Garrett...
Rookie kicker Justin Tucker is making a name for himself early in his career with the Ravens.
According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis plans on reaching out to Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant to possibly offer him some leadership and advice.There’s no doubt that Bryant has a ton of talent. The only problem is that it seems like the Cowboys can’t get him to tap into it the way he needs to so he can fulfill...
Ravens DL Haloti Ngata is dealing with a shoulder injury and is questionable for Sunday's game against Dallas.Fantasy Spin:Ngata is a force on the defensive line and his absence would make life a lot easier for Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray and the Cowboys offensive line.
Dallas Cowboys fullback Lawrence Vickers told the media that he isn’t scared of Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, or any team in the NFL for that matter.“You see me. I stay ready for whoever,” Vickers said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “Names don’t scare me, man. Teams don’t scare me. I’m a man before anything. So I let other men just talk. See me in between those lines...
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Wally Williams told the media that his former teammate Ray Lewis has some glaring weaknesses and has declined quite a bit over the years.“He’s outmanned at the point of attack,” said Williams. “He’s not as physical. You see a lot of Ray on the ground, on his back. He gets overpowered and stuck to blocks.“You can’t expect a guy...
After five games this year, the Chiefs stand 1-4, dwelling in the basement of our division following a loss to the Baltimore Ravens that could only be called one of the most supreme handouts ever witnessed
Polk Audio has branched out into the world of NFL endorsement.The Baltimore-based company has signed former University of Maryland wide receiver and current Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith to an endorsement deal. Under the deal, Smith will endorse UltraFit Sports and UltraFocus Noise-canceling headphones.“It’s a big time for Torrey as a great emerging talent and...