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Ed Dickson had a breakout year in his second season with the Baltimore Ravens and emerged onto the scene with longtime tight end Todd Heap gone. Dickson, 24, had 54 catches for 528 yards and five touchdowns in his first season as a starter. However, Dickson’s production faded in the final month of the season [...]
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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 [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have decided to retain Cam Cameron as their offensive coordinator for 2012. The AFC North powerhouse promoted linebackers coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator as well.
Cameron has been Baltimores offensive coordinator since 2008, and the club ranked in the top 10 in rushing yards per game in three of those four campaigns. Ray Rice will continue...
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 [...]
Wide receiver Lee Evans, acquired in a trade with the Buffalo Bills, has one year left on his contract. The question is will the Ravens let him fulfill it or will he be released?
I think Evans will be back with the caveat that he has to take a pay cut.
Evans is a good receiver. He’s fast and makes a good outside pair to go along with Torrey Smith, but he never developed chemistry...
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...
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…
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…
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There has been a trend sweeping YouTube in recent years of fans recording themselves watching live sporting events unfold, and then uploading their reactions for all the world to see. This has provided us with all kinds of tremendous sporting moments caught on camera from the fan’s point of view, like this remarkable compilation of fans watching Landon Donovan’s...
It has almost been a week since the AFC championship game and the homemade fan reaction videos keep rolling in. For you viewing please, here is a compilation of both Baltimore Raven and New England Patriot fans reacting to “The Miss”, sending the Pats to the Super Bowl. The two extremely different reactions spliced together is hilarious and makes this video mash-up a must watch...
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh and Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees.
Pees still believed to be front-runner for defensive coordinator job with Cameron returningThe Ravens announced this morning that coach John Harbaugh will hold an 11 a.m. news conference to discuss his coaching staff in the wake of former defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano's leaving to become the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts.
Baltimore Ravens insider John Eisenberg looks at the state of the Ravens after their loss in the AFC Championship to the New England Patriots. The Ravens may be losing both their offensive and defensive coordinators in the offseason, but who is being hired, and who is being fired?