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The truly inspirational Eric LeGrand, as well as Ray Rice, has rallied the Rutgers community in support of now-former athletic director Tim Pernetti.
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Joe Flacco can now add actor to his resume. The Ravens quarterback reportedly will be playing Johnny Unitas in an upcoming movie.
Terrell Suggs isn't the only Raven to hit the silver screen.
The Baltimore Sun reported Saturday that Joe Flacco has agreed to portrait legendary Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas in the upcoming film, "Unitas We Stand."
Flacco will play Unitas in the final scenes, centered around the Colts' 1958 championship game victory over the Giants.
The film was co-written...
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The Baltimore Ravens cut ties with Brendon Ayanbadejo on Thursday, and he believes it had more to do with his gay rights activism than his play on the field.
Former Baltimore Ravens reserve linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo is taking his support for gay marriage to South Florida, where his career started.
The 36-year-old Ayanbadejo (eye-uhn-bah-DAY'-joe) was making his announcement alongside the civil rights organization Equality Florida on Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale. He says focusing on this ''bigger calling'' is the...
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens and the team they beat, the San Francisco 49ers, each will make one national TV appearance during the NFL preseason this summer.
The Ravens play the third of their four-game preseason schedule on Thursday night, Aug. 22, hosting Carolina on ESPN. San Francisco concludes its exhibition schedule with a home game against Minnesota on Sunday...
Joe Flacco will portray former Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas in an upcoming film (Credit: AP Photo)
The past twelve months have been rather spectacular for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Not only did the quarterback lead his team to a Super Bowl victory, he also secured a six-year, $120 million extension this off-season.
Now, Flacco’s year is...
As we reported a few days ago, The Baltimore Post alleged in a column that Ravens head coach John Harbaugh did not want Ed Reed back.
Now according to Kevin Byrne, senior vice president, public & community relations for the Ravens, the Ravens and John Harbaugh did want Ed Reed back, and Byrne wanted to make that perfectly clear in a story recently posted on the team website...
It’s the hundred million dollar net worth version of “I don’t like you; you’re not coming to my birthday party” and it represents a slow news cycle in the NFL that we’re taking the time to discuss the matter but it seems that the Baltimore Ravens are still in a snit over the Orioles refusal to accommodate their Thursday Night Football season opener, and their also calling...
Brendon Ayanbadejo doesn’t have an NFL team to call home any longer, but that won’t keep him from continuing campaign for gay-rights advocacy in football.
The Ravens released Ayanbadejo on Thursday night after five years with the team. But even newly unemployed, Ayanbadejo was still focusing most of his attention on the LGBT issues in the NFL.
Ayanbadejo discussed the fight for...
Former Ravens LB Brendon Ayanbadejo said up to four NFL players could soon be coming out as gay, looking to alleviate the individual “backlash.”
It’s unclear if Mike Flacco will now follow in his brother’s footsteps and pursue a career in football, but the 26-year-old’s baseball career has come to an end.
Flacco — brother of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco — decided to retire from baseball rather than accept an assignment to the Red Sox’ Single-A affiliate in Salem (Va.), according to reports.
Tim Pernetti resigned as Rutgers athletic director on Friday, two days after the basketball coach he hired was dismissed for abusive behavior during practices - actions that prompted nationwide outrage once a video went public.
In a letter of resignation sent to university president Robert Barchi, Pernetti said he hoped that his tenure at Rutgers ''will not be judged by...