Found January 27, 2012 on The Purple Chaos:
About two weeks ago, CBS Sports’ Charley Casserly reported that Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk would retire following the 2011 season. It came as a bit of a surprise to Birk at the time. Birk, 35, told ProFootballTalk Live earlier on Friday, that he will decide between retirement and returning to the Ravens for a [...]

Ray Lewis post-AFC Championship Game speech

You don't have to like Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, but as a football fan, you should respect the heck out of him. Following the Ravens heartbreaking loss in the AFC Championship Game to the New England Patriots this past Sunday, Lewis delivered a post-game locker room speech for the ages. He didn't stand up there and preach for long, but he got his point across...

PFT Live: Matt Birk and Bob Glauber

The last PFT Live before we all travel to Indianapolis should be a good one. Ravens center Matt Birk joins the show to talk about the end to his season and looks ahead to his future. Also on the program: Bob Glauber of Newsday gives us the good word from Giants practice. Watch the show…

Pagano Going to Indy Anyway, Cameron…STAYING?!

As if it wasn’t bad enough that the Ravens’ season came to pretty much the most disappointing end possible on Sunday evening, now the offseason appears to be getting off to just as horrible of a start. Entering the 2012 campaign, the #1 priority on the wish list of most Ravens fans is to see the team part ways with Cam Cameron and bring in a new offensive coordinator. A close...

Who is Dean Pees? A Closer Look at the Ravens’ New D-Coordinator

In 1983, Dean Pees was the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Miami of Ohio, mentoring and coaching a young defensive back by the name of John Harbaugh. As a coach, Pees has worked under the likes of Nick Saban, Lou Holtz, Bill Belichick and most recently the Ravens’ Harbaugh. He was the Patriots’ linebackers [...]

Lee Evans Could Learn a Thing or Two From This Tennis Ballboy

The 27th meeting between Federer/Nadal at the 2012 Australian Open provided a great highlight of a ballboy catching a tennis ball with one hand and get this, he didn’t drop it or let go of it! Just look at the extension the little dude gets to catch the ball. The Ravens would be going to the Super Bowl if they had this little guy on the field instead of soft hands Lee Evans...

5 Things Baltimore Ravens Fans Can Take Comfort In: Looking at the Silver Lining

As a Ravens fan, I was devastated by their loss to the Patriots in the AFC Championship.  Cundiff’s missed field goal was like something out of a football fan’s worst nightmare.  You could see on everyone’s face that nobody expected it not to go in.  After taking some time to grieve, though, I’ve come to the conclusion that Baltimore has nowhere to go but up.  It’s...

Ravens S Pollard wants Giants to 'thrash' Patriots

Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard isn't too thrilled with the New England Patriots. Suffice to say, the Patriots' fan base isn't too keen with Pollard either. Pollard told Houston radio station KILT earlier this week that he is rooting for the New York Giants to defeat the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. "My opinion? I really hope the Giants – I just hope...

Cam Cameron, Dean Pees will be Ravens’ coordinators

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has announced that Cam Cameron will remain the team’s offensive coordinator, while Dean Pees has been promoted to defensive coordinator, replacing new Colts head coach Chuck Pagano. Although there was much talk that Cameron might be on the way out, Harbaugh said that was never even close to happening. “Cam…

Ravens Defensive Coordinator Press Conference Transcripts

Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh and Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees.

Billy Cundiff, Kyle Williams and stumbles in the spotlight

Not long after he hooked that kick wide left, costing his team a shot at the Super Bowl, Billy Cundiff was thinking...
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