Found February 03, 2013 on
If this happened on ESPN, they would force Joe Flacco to offer a sincere apology on the podium while accepting the Vince Lombardi Trophy. It's not quite a wardrobe malfunction, but it's always nice to get one past the censors with 110 million people watching at home.
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John Harbaugh admitted in a press conference that for a short time on Sunday night, the Ravens misplaced the Vince Lombardi trophy.
The Baltimore Sun broke the news on the strange disappearance of the Vince Lombardi trophy last night, just hours after the Ravens earned the right to hoist it up in the air as the confetti rain down in New Orleans.
The $25,000 trophy went missing for a while, but was soon discovered to be onboard the Ravens’ charter plane packed away safely. Head Coach John Harbaugh joked...
Ten Lombardi-era Packers and their coach have been in the Pro Football Hall of Fame for years, but Canton is making room for an 11th, and likely final, Green Bay player from that era.
Linebacker Dave Robinson, who played the first 10 of his 12 NFL seasons with the Packers and was a member of three NFL-champion and two Super Bowl-champion teams, was voted in to the Hall as a senior...
A key member of three of Vince Lombardi's championship teams, Dave Robinson is Green Bay's 22nd player selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. "You can make All-Pro, you can be MVP of the Pro Bowl, but that’s nothing. Once you get in the Hall of Fame, you can’t go any higher."
The Baltimore Ravens have returned to the proverbial
‘top of the mountain’ in the NFL as they hoisted the Vince Lombardi trophy for
the second time in franchise history after defeating the 49ers 34-31in Super
This Super Bowl was definitely one to remember with
the game beginning with what looked like a rout as the Ravens scored 21 points to
the 49ers six points...
The Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in Super Bowl XLVII, but they will be far from an easily forgotten champion buried deep within the annals of NFL history books.Thanks to Ray Lewis riding off into the sunset with the Vince Lombardi trophy raised high, it is only a matter of time before this tale gets the full Hollywood treatment. I can only imagine there...
Willie Davis is probably best known for his NFL playing career, perhaps rightfully so. After all, it did span 12 years and six league championships, including 1966 and 1967, when Green Bay won the first two Super Bowls.
Davis, who is unofficially the all-time Packers’ sack leader, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1981.
But as good as he was on the field, Davis...