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Suggs, in an interview with Lisa Salters of ESPN, says he believes Roger Goodell "had a hand" in blacking out the Super Bowl between Baltimore and San Francisco. This, he says, "was done in order to keep the game closer." Suggs also said: "I was like Vegas, parlor tricks, you know what I mean?" Suggs says. "I was like, ahh, Roger Goodell, he never stops, he always has something up his sleeve. He just couldn't let us have this one in a landslide huh?" “I thought he had a hand in it," Suggs said. "Most definitely, he had a hand in it."Those are some loaded comments. Suggs, a star linebacker on the winning team, decided to take a direct shot across the bow of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's ship. Not only did Suggs question the integrity of arguably the most popular and widely viewed sporting event in the world, he harshly criticized Roger Goodell's preferential treatment toward certain players and teams. This statemen...
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According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have released wide receiver Brandon Stokley. Ravens announce that they have cut Brandon Stokley and re-signed TE Billy Bajema. — Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) October 5, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Ravens release Brandon Stokley appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
The Baltimore Ravens announced that they’ve released veteran WR Brandon Stokely and re-signed TE Billy Bajema.
And so ends Stokely’s second stint with the team that originally drafted him back in 1999. Stokely caught nine receptions for 79 yards in three games this season, despite dealing with a groin injury.
This looks to be a positive sign regarding Jacoby Jones status, and...
Coach John Harbaugh pleased with the progress his tight end has shown while rehabbing his dislocated and fractured hip.
The Ravens remain hopeful that tight end Dennis Pitta will be able to play at some point this season.
After dislocating and fracturing his hip early during training camp it was initally thought Pitta was lost for all of 2013. After discovering there was no ligament...
The Baltimore Ravens battle the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Who is out? Who is in? Find out, in your Baltimore Ravens Week 5 injury report.The most notable on this week’s report is wide receiver/kick returner Jacoby Jones (knee) listed as questionable. Jones has been out the past few weeks with a sprained medial collateral ligament. I guess the champagne bottle on the head...
Eugene Monroe is still growing accustomed to his new team the Baltimore Ravens.
Likewise the Ravens are getting a good feel for how Monroe likes to practice and prepare in his own way. Both have a goal in mind to prepare in the best way to win ballgames.
Monroe's hoping his approach combined with learning a new playbook as fast as possible will get him on the field this Sunday...
Ravens receiver Torrey Smith pulled in six passes for 121 yards Sunday at Miami.Fantasy Spin:Smith is now "Mr. Consistency." He's produced at least 85 receiving yards and at least five catches in all five games this season and has 27 receptions for 556 yards and a touchdown in five games.
Far too many football fans jumped to declare Joe Flacco elite after one incredible four-game stretch, completely ignoring in the fact that it was just one four-game stretch. Well, we’ve now seen Joe Flacco’s next four-game stretch, and the results aren’t exactly promising. Through four games, Flacco has five touchdowns, seven interceptions and 1,091 passing yards.
Ravens rookie wideout Marlon Brown, who has a hamstring injury, is inactive for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.Fantasy Spin:Brown has three touchdowns in four games but his fantasy value will take a hit when Jacoby Jones returns. Jones (knee) is also out Sunday, leaving Torrey Smith, Tandon Doss and Deonte Thompson as the only healthy WRs for the Ravens.
There was a report that the Browns would have tried to acquire Eugene Monroe if they knew he was available via trade.
According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, the Browns knew Monroe was available and actually made an offer, but it wasn’t as good as the Ravens’.
Per Browns saying they didn't know Monroe was available, they called #Jaguars before trade...
An ugly game offensively came down to the two kickers. The Ravens' Justin Tucker made his kick. The Miami Dolphins' Caleb Sturgis missed his opportunity but not by much.
Tucker's 44-yard field goal with 1:42 to play gave the Ravens a 26-23 lead and they held onto it in front of an announced 68342 at Sun Life Stadium but just barely. The Dolphins frantically drove down...
Baltimore Ravens (2-2) at Miami Dolphins (3-1)
The Ravens have been a completely different team this year at home as compared to on the road. At home, they’ve beaten both Cleveland and Houston, but on the road, they were blown out in Denver and lost in Buffalo. This is nothing new. Since 2010, the Ravens are 25-3 at home and outscore opponents by an average of 10 points per game...
Concussion and head injury experts all agree that conclusions and steps forward are tricky when it comes to the relationship between football and brain damage.
What Frontline’s new documentary shows, however, is that there would be a better chance of conclusions and steps forward had the NFL not spent the last two decades systematically attacking concussion research it didn’t...
Publisher Nick St. Denis, associate editor Dan Begnoche and senior contributor Sean Donovan pick the Miami Dolphins' home contest with the Baltimore Ravens.Sean's take:The Dolphins stand at a critical juncture, having had a litany of weaknesses exposed in a blowout loss Monday night heading into a home matchup against the defending champions. The Miami coaching staff&...
With Terrell Suggs going off yesterday about how much he hates Tom Brady's hair, we did some digging. We thought it was weird that Suggs was so obsessed with Brady's hair (mentioning it several times over the years). Turns out Suggs' was originally supposed to be part of the Queer Eye for the Straight Guy crew back whenever that show was on the air.
Now it makes a lot...
Josh Freeman is a free no pun intended but his email box is poppin.
The good news is that it seems like there are a lot of opportunities available to him and Roger Goodell is going to look into that drug information leaking.