Found April 24, 2013 on
New York Giants
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Super Bowl Champion Chris Canty was a standout defensive lineman for the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants before signing this offseason with the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, so he‚Äôs used to being in the media spotlight. But now the 9-year NFL veteran is flipping the script, serving as a special correspondent and NFL draft insider for Sqor, the groundbreaking new digital sports platform.
Sqor, from digital sports innovator Virtual Fan Network (www.virtualfannetwork.com), connects fans to the athletes and sports they love. Sqor combines the latest from social platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, sports news sites such as Sporting News and ESPN, and video, photo and original athlete-produced content, all in a highly visual, deeply engaging, personalized experience.
Throughout draft week, Canty previews the first round of the draft on Twitter (@ChrisCanty99), offers one-on-one interviews with top draft picks and takes fans behind the velvet ropes, giving them beh...
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Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said he‚Äôs ‚Äúnever been so excited‚ÄĚ with a draft pick like he is with Florida safety Matt Elam, who the Ravens drafted with the No. 32 overall pick. ‚ÄúI‚Äôve never been¬†
According to Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens are thinking about trading up in the first round to draft offensive tackle Lane Johnson. The Ravens will be keeping an eye on Oklahoma left offensive tackle Lane Johnson. He is rated the third-best at the position in the draft, and a lot of the experts have predicted he will go in the top 10 picks, but the Ravens might trade...
I thought the Ravens would trade back for an extra pick in the 2nd round...but in the end, at pick #32 in the 1st, the Ravens held their ground and got their man.
Matt Elam, a safety from Florida, is a Raven.
A solid value pick...
Ryan Mink of Ravens.com summed it up best----
"General Manager Ozzie Newsome has watched...
James Ihedigbo of the Baltimore Ravens is the epitome of a well-rounded guy. ¬†Ihedigbo is a professional football player, a scholar, and a philanthropist. ¬†The University of Massachusetts graduate has the distinction of appearing in the last four AFC Championship game, albeit with three different teams. Ihedigbo‚Äôs proudest work and honor comes from his non-profit public charitable...
I don‚Äôt know if this situation was karma, but it definitely ended bad for all parties involved. ¬†Dr. Craig Brigham, the neck surgeon who cleared Georgia All American Jarvis Jones weeks before this years draft, and who was being sued by former NFL player Samari Rolle for a botched surgery, was found dead outside his Charlotte home Monday morning.
The Charlotte Observer is reporting...
1. Inside Linebacker: The Ravens inside linebacker situation is a mess. Lewis retired, Ellerbe signed with Miami, and Jameel McClain is coming off yet another major¬†surgery. So far, the only thing they've done to address the situation is bringing in Rolando McClain. They may be able to turn his career around, but more than likely he'll continue to be a bust. Baltimore needs...
Ray Lewis fears the lack of team chemistry will hold back the Ravens(Credit: AP Photo)
While visiting New York during NFL draft week, Ray Lewis was asked whether he thought the Baltimore Ravens were in position to repeat as champions. The former inside linebacker, Ray Lewis told Robert Klemko of¬† USA Today that is was unlikely,¬†Lewis¬†believes¬†the team lost to much team chemistry...
I guess even with money and fame, some guys still get the urge tell a few fairy tales about the people they‚Äôve shared their naughty bits with. Bryant McKinnie won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens this season. Soon after he hit up New York and appeared on the popular morning show, ‚ÄúThe Breakfast Club‚ÄĚ on Power 105. Once they were through discussing football stuff, other...
After winning the Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens, Bryant McKinnie high tailed to New York to catch up with Power 105 FM The Breakfast Club to discuss all things including: his journey to the Super Bowl, parties, strap ons, and who he has and has not slept with.
First up was Venus Williams. Next, was top model Toccara. Then without being asked, in an effort to ensure the hosts...
Dear incoming NFL rookie: Worried your $8 million contract might get held up by a balky fax machine?
Worry no more.
The NFL Players Association announced a deal Tuesday with an electronic-signature company that will give players being drafted this week, along with their current NFL brethren, access to technology that makes signing a contract as easy as hitting a few buttons on...