Found May 19, 2012 on
The Purple Chaos:
It’s unfortunate that one of the classiest guys in the NFL had to limp his way to the finish line. Former Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth, who missed all of the 2010 and most of the 2011 seasons, will likely retire before this upcoming season, according to Matt Vensel of The Baltimore Sun. Foxworth, 29, was [...]
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They play on the opposite side of the ball. While quarterback Joe Flacco anchors the Ravens offense, outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is one of the cornerstone pieces on one of the best defensive units in the NFL. Flacco is far from perfect. His biggest problem is following up one solid performance with another. One week [...]
Legendary NFL linebacker Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens visited the Loyola University Maryland men’s lacrosse team before its practice on Wednesday, May 16, to give a talk prior to the Greyhounds’ NCAA Quarterfinals game and it was a typical monster from Ray. As far as motivational speakers go, Ray has a very long career ahead of him as none other than Tony Robbins could...
Veteran Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed plays with fire every time that he steps on the field.
He’s the most dangerous free safety in the business and he’s also been a phoenix that has risen from the ashes of multiple injuries.
He's has speculated that he’s not sure how much time he has left in him and his counterpart in the deepest area of the secondary Bernard Pollard...
Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens gave a speech to the Loyola Greyhounds lacrosse team last week. This speech wasn't as good as some of the other ones Lewis has given to other teams.Lewis was more calm during this speech than in the speech he gave to the Stanford basketball team a few months ago. Lacrosse is a different sport than basketball though and I am sure Lewis knows what he is doing.
According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, there has been no indication that the Baltimore Ravens may place linebacker Terrell Suggs on the nonfootball injury list and not pay his entire $4.9 million base salary for the upcoming season, even though they legally hold that right because of the new CBA.
Right now the Ravens front office has also reportedly not held...
Make no mistake about it: Professional football is about the money. A career in the NFL can be brief, and players are wise to cash in while they can. But Ray Rice may be taking things a bit too far. The Baltimore Ravens running back is believed to be seeking a contract worth $10 million per year, according to the Chicago Tribune. It's easy to understand where Rice is coming from...
That is the question that has plagued the Ravens and running back Ray Rice’s agent all offseason. Is it Arian Foster/LeSean McCoy value or Adrian Peterson/Chris Johnson?
Who really knows?
Rice is the most dynamic player on the Ravens’ offense, but he’s not the best. That distinction belongs to quarterback Joe Flacco. The running back sealed the AFC North with two long touchdown...
According to the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is reportedly looking to make $10 million per season in his next contract.
The only running backs that make over $10 million a season are Adrian Peterson and Chris Johnson. Rice is not in the same league as either of those players.
Running backs that make just under $10 million a year are LeSean...
A big sticking point of the lockout dispute last offseason was about offseason practices. The players got what they wanted, fewer mandated offseason practices, but it appears it’s backfired in their faces at least for Terrell Suggs and Jason Peters. With fewer mandated practices, players have to stay in shape on their own and sometimes when they attempt to do that, they get hurt...
Future Hall of Fame free safety Ed Reed told Sirius/XM NFL Radio hosts Adam Schein and Rich Gannon during an interview on Thursday that health concerns have him again mulling retirement. Reed, a native of Louisiana who has played his … Continue reading →
Unlike the Philadelphia Eagles, who reportedly have decided to dock offensive tackle Jason Peters for his offseason Achilles ruptures -- technically regarded as non-football injuries -- Baltimore officials have made no decision about adjusting the salary of linebacker Terrell Suggs, who is due a salary of $4.9 million and roster bonus of $4.6 million for 2012. There have been...
Bleacher Report asked some of the stars of the NFL how they spent their first NFL paycheck, check it out below. Most players bought Escalade's, Range Rover's, trucks and more, but Buffalo Bills WR Steve Johnson says he purchased a Toyota RAV4.
Baltimore Ravens LB Terrell Suggs says he bought him a truck, a house and then his mom a house.
LaQuan Williams emerged as the biggest surprise from the Baltimore Ravens' undrafted rookie class last summer.
We check in with the latest happenings from the around the league, including the ever-popular "Hard Knocks" debate, the start of the new USFL, the Arizona and Buffalo offensive lines, and the Ravens' contractual dilemma with safety Ed Reed.