Found June 05, 2012 on
The Purple Chaos:
As Lardarius Webb gets set to enter his fourth season in the NFL, there’s no reason why he can’t continue to grow and develop. Webb, 26, has quickly put his name in the discussion of the league’s top cornerbacks. He’s also helped solidify the Ravens’ secondary. Webb is becoming a big-time playmaker who can help [...]
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How did Terrell Suggs injure his Achilles' tendon? He says it was doing conditioning drills, but a new report suggests otherwise.
The Baltimore Ravens aren’t anywhere close to working out a long-term contract extension with quarterback Joe Flacco, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times. Flacco, 27, is entering the final year of his rookie contract, and the two sides have been discussing an extension since February. There’s still plenty of time for Flacco [...]
The Ravens and Joe Flacco have been discussing a contract extension this offseason as Flacco heads into the final year of his 5 year rookie deal. However, these talks have so far gone nowhere and, according to the Carroll County Times, they aren’t getting any better. The talks were described as “not anywhere close.” This makes sense considering Flacco wants to be paid like...
Two days after the Carroll County Times reported the two sides were not close on a new deal, the Baltimore Sun is now reporting that the Ravens are unlikely to extend Joe Flacco before the season. Flacco is heading into the final year of his 5 year rookie deal and the Ravens would obviously love to lock up the quarterback who has won a playoff game in each of his first 4 seasons...
According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, even though quarterback Joe Flacco is heading into the final year of his current contract, the Baltimore Ravens and his reps aren’t “anywhere close to negotiating a long-term contract extension.”
With Flacco attending OTA’s and not staging a hold out, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Ravens waited until the...
Although Madden 13 is still two months from being released, the folks over at EA Sports decided to drop the first trailer for Electronic Entertainment Expo (better known as E3).
Check out Baltimore Ravens star linebacker Ray Lewis getting up pumped up for another year of video game football:
Initial reports of Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs’ injury concluded he tore his achilles during conditioning drills. However, sources now state that it happened playing basketball April 29th during a three-day tournament in Maricopa, AZ.
Basketball tournament staff member Herman Hoffman commented:
“He got hurt Sunday prior to the (basketball tournament) championship...
Every NFL Franchise has it’s own pantheon of football gods. That group of players who are not only historic in terms of talent, but even more than that, these are the players who you have to talk about when you tell the story of your team. This is part of a 32 article series where I tell you who I would put among that elite group. For this, it’s Mt. Rushmore. 4 players only....
Back at the end of April, Baltimore Ravens’ star linebacker Terrell Suggs tore his achilles tendon. At the time, there were reports that he had torn it while playing in a charity basketball game in Arizona, but Suggs and his people insisted that he tore it while working on his conditioning and preparing for a [...]
Despite his claims to the contrary, witnesses say that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs appeared to injure his Achilles playing basketball.
In an interview that will air today on NFL Total Access, Ryan Clark said that he wants to beat the Ravens this year with Suggs out there on the field.
Both Marcus Gilbert and Antonio Brown have brief interview segments up on steelers...
When the Patriots advanced to the Super Bowl, people forget it was courtesy of a missed "chip shot" field goal by the Ravens. That miss hasn't been forgotten by Baltimore's kicker Billy Cundiff. What is Cundiff doing to move on?