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After being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft, Torrey Smith wasted no time in becoming a major part of the offense. In just two seasons, he has already racked up nearly 1700 yards and scored 15 touchdowns. With those two years under his belt and a potentially increased role on the horizon, just how valuable will he be for the 2013 fantasy football season?
Although Smith did see a 15 target increase in 2012, his catch-rate dropped and he was unable to fully take advantage of the increase. Heading into 2013, Anquan Boldin, who averaged 6.8 targets a game in 2012, is no longer with the Ravens. Dennis Pitta may receive biggest boost in targets resulting from Boldin’s departure – a situation that Denny Carter went into great detail about for The Fake Football. However, at the very least, Smith should also see a small boost. Just one more target per game would raise Smith’s target total to around 125 – I detailed his potential statistics with more ...
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No, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice did not win the Preakness Stakes on Saturday, because the Preakness is a horse race, of course. However, Rice did have some fun with Photoshop and posted a picture on his Facebook account to give fans a glimpse of what the race might have looked like if he was in it.
Ray Rice / Facebook
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Ray Rice's suburban Baltimore home was burglarized late Friday, according to the Baltimore County police.The burglar made off with $2,000 and two guns.
First Round: Matt Elam, S, Florida
ANALYSIS: Baltimore ended the first round of the draft draft on a good note, by taking one of the best players available. He also fills one of the biggest positions of need at safety, were Reed and Pollard are both gone. Elam will be a day one starter and could make a big impact early in his career. Baltimore still has a ton of work to...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has signed an agreement not to use the "R" word. More specifically, Flacco has pledged not to use the word "retarded." This comes after he was grilled in February for using the term when sharing what he thought of the idea of playing a Super Bowl in New Jersey. To his credit, he quickly apologized the next day.Now, the...
According to the Baltimore Sun, two guns and some cash was stolen from the home of Ravens running back Ray Rice in Reisterstown, Maryland.
Cpl. Cathleen Batton, a police spokeswoman, said the break-in occurred some time between 8:30 p.m. Friday and 12:50 a.m. Saturday, and was reported to police about 1:20 a.m. Rice was not home at the time, Batton said.
Rice declined to be interviewed...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is still trying to make amends for one heck of a PR flap that he made prior to the Super Bowl. During one of the media sessions he referred to the idea of playing the Super Bowl in a cold-weather climate as 'retarded.'
Flacco got ripped for using the word like he did, and righteously so. It's one of those words that many...
According to a person close to this situation, it seems that former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is in talks for a reality show.Ray Lewis has been retired 3 months now, but he's still making news. The future hall of fame linebacker is in talks for a reality show. He will be following in the footsteps of Rich Eisen, Kurt Warner and a couple other football players/personalities...
During one of the many media sessions for Super Bowl 47, Ravens star quarterback Joe Flacco caught some flak after saying that the idea of playing a Super Bowl in cold weather New York was “retarded.”
Flacco would later apologize for those remarks, and then he went on to win himself and the Ravens a Super Bowl.
Flacco and two of his Ravens teammates have now signed pledges to...
The home of Baltimore Raven’s running back Ray Rice was burglarized over the weekend. The burglar got away with $2000 and some guns according to police.
Cpl. Cathleen Batton, a spokeswoman for the Baltimore County police said the burglary happened sometime between 8:30 p.m Friday and 12:50 a.m. on Saturday.
Batton said that Rice was not at the home or in town when...
Ray Rice did.
Rice posted the above picture on his Facebook page on Sunday with the caption: “y’all catch the Preakness yesterday?”
Hilarious. His photo had over 11,000 likes and nearly two thousand shares on Facebook at the time this was posted.
If you’re wondering whether a football player can actually beat a horse in a race, I present you with this.
BREAKING AND ENTERING
Baltimore County police say the Reisterstown home of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was burglarized over the weekend, with cash and guns reported stolen.
Baltimore Ravens Champ Ray Rice had his home burglarized over the weekend. Rice and his family were away from their Maryland home but a friend was staying there. Surveillance video shows an intruder creeping through a back window to ransack the house between 8:30 AM Friday and 12:50 Saturday morning. According to police, $2,000 and two guns were taken from the home.