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The NFL has taken steps over the past few years toward preventing head injuries and “cleaning up” the game, so to speak, but for what reason? On the surface, it would appear that the league cares about player safety. However, anyone who pays attention knows that former players have been suing the league. If the NFL wants to stop dishing out money for settlements like these ones, it needs to at least give off the appearance that it cares about the long-term health of its employees.
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed does not want fans to be fooled into thinking safety is the NFL’s priority.
“All of a sudden, the NFL is starting to get sued for all the stuff they haven’t protected over the years, and they haven’t done … now you want to take it out on us?” Reed asked after the Ravens’ win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, via SI.com. “Take it out on yourself. It’s easy for them to do the things they’re doing, fining us and make us look bad, like we’re the bad guy, when we’re not.
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Ravens safety Ed Reed ripped the NFL for the rules changes that have altered how defense can be played, saying the new rules are "definitely changing the game."
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has a biceps injury and there’s a chance it could be torn.
Terrell Suggs has biceps injury. Concern it could be torn but Suggs tweeted he’s getting 2nd opinion. Suggs expected to miss some time but not season-ending.
I’m not sure why Schefter is saying Suggs’ injury isn’t season-ending when...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs confirmed Monday
that he sustained a torn biceps muscle during Sunday’s contest against the
Pittsburgh Steelers, reports NFL.com.
Terrell Suggs confirmed to NFL.com's Albert Breer on
Monday that he has a torn biceps muscle, but the Baltimore Ravens linebacker
believes he can play through the injury.
Coach John Harbaugh...
Another Harbaugh, another handshake issue. This time, though, it was Ravens head coach John Harbaugh who got into it with the opposing coach during the handshake. Even though Harbaugh came over to congratulate Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, Tomlin looked as though he was going to run right off the field without speaking to Harbaugh following the teams 23-20 victory.Harbaugh made...
Ed Werder of ESPN.com reports that LB Ray Lewis is expected to return to practice Wednesday.
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On their final drive of the half, the Steelers got within seven points of the Ravens, but it could have been worse.
On an offsides penalty by Haloti Ngata, quarterback Charlie Batch threw the ball to Mike Wallace. However, Wallace dropped the ball.
Later that drive, Wallace was wide open, but Batch overthrew his receiver.
Pittsburgh settled for a field goal and the Ravens have a...
The Pittsburgh Steelers had just upset the Ravens in Baltimore with a third string quarterback. And then this happened following the game.
Meeting on the field after the game Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and Ravens head man John Harbaugh shared what can best be described as an awkward handshake.
There have been plenty of odd handshakes over the years so maybe we are just reading...
The win Sunday by the Pittsburgh Steelers over the Baltimore Ravens was big in itself, but it also prevented Baltimore from securing a playoff berth in addition.
The Ravens entered the game Sunday only needing a win to secure a spot in the tournament. They also could have wrapped up the AFC North in addition had they beat the Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals lost to the San...
The Pittsburgh Steelers look to prevent a three game losing streak Sunday against the 9-2 Baltimore Ravens and it will not be an easy task on the road. The Ravens can clinch the AFC North with a win and a loss by the Cincinatti Bengals and nothing would be more satisfying then to stop the bleeding by beating them and bring them back a little closer to the pack in the process. Below...
Pittsburgh went right through the Ravens’ defense at the start of the third quarter. Jonathan Dwyer got in the end zone from 16 yards out to tie the game at 13.
The Ravens’ offense didn’t do too much. That is until Emmanuel Sanders inexplicably fumbled.
A wide open Sanders was switching the ball to his outside hand and fumbled the ball. Ed Reed recovered and the Ravens’ offense...