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BY NICK ST. DENISJames Ihedigbo isn't a star player, but he's plenty used to the big stage.The former New York Jets and New England Patriots defensive back and special teamer, now with the Baltimore Ravens, will be playing in his second straight Super Bowl Sunday. (photo: BaltimoreRavens.com)Ihedigbo was a Patriot last season when New England lost to the New York Giants in the final game. He was also with the New York Jets the two seasons prior, participating in the AFC Championship game both seasons. Gang Green lost to the Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers in 2009 and 2010, respectively.While probably playing in more big games than anyone else the last four years, Ihedigbo has yet to take home a ring for winning the biggest one. His biggest fan, his mom, thinks that will change Sunday."Win or lose, I encourage him, but we're going to win the Super Bowl," Rose Ihedigbo told the Washington Examiner in an interview about her emigration to the United Stat...
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Members of Baltimore Ravens saluted by their fraternity, Omega Psi Phi
Several member of this season’s Baltimore Ravens team are members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated, founded at Howard University, November 17, 1911.
Sunday, the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII, and ‘Que Psi Phi” chose to honor its championship-winning members with a message from Grand...
Joe Flacco finished this postseason with 11 Touchdowns, 0 interceptions, a Super Bowl ring, and a Super Bowl MVP award. Sounds elite to me. So now that the season is over, attention turns to Flacco and the Ravens as they now have to attempt to get a deal done because of Flacco’s looming free [...]
Last year during the offseason, Baltimore Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco was making wild statements about how he was an “elite” quarterback and the best in the business.He really sounded like he belonged in a nut house than on the football field.Flacco has been one of those quarterbacks that has seen more downs than ups over his career even though he manages to get the Ravens...
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes that not only are the Ravens likely to franchise QB Joe Flacco in the next few weeks, but they may have to use the exclusive franchise tag to ensure that he will be back for at least another season.
If Baltimore were to apply the general franchise tag they would have to pay Flacco $14.6 million, but they would run the risk that a team could...
What started off as a bit of a blowout, turned out to be one of the best Super Bowls in recent history.Both teams had their share of big plays, the Ravens more so in the first half, where they scored 28 of their 34 points.San Francisco came roaring back as they’ve done all postseason, scoring 25 points in the second half, falling just short of their sixth Super Bowl title.Each...
Here are XLVII stats, facts and stories you need for Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers: the good, the bad, the tasty, the drunk and the debaucherous straight from New Orleans, Louisiana.
Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens withstood a furious comeback attempt from the 49ers, a 34-minute blackout and the Destiny's Child reunion to win the Super Bowl.
It ended another lifetime after it began, with the Baltimore Ravens gladly surrendering two points that meant nothing except to some lucky bettors in Vegas. One brother patted the other on the cheek and, just like that, the strangest Super Bowl you will ever see was finally over – with the 49ers lamenting what was and what could have been.
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NEW ORLEANS -- The Baltimore Ravens blew almost all of a 22-point, second-half lead Sunday night, but they stopped a last-ditch San Francisco drive at the 5-yard line and defeated the 49ers 34-31 to win the Super Bowl behind three touchdown passes from quarterback Joe Flacco. The victory in the matchup of coaching brothers -- Baltimore's John Harbaugh and San Francisco'...
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