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Here’s a little nugget from Tom E. Curran on Spikes:
Brandon Spikes played well against the Ravens. He also did stupid things like throwing a punch during one post-play scuffle and shoving Marshal Yanda from behind after another.
I have no problem with Spikes playing like this. You need a guy on your defense with this kind of attitude. It’s only “stupid” if you get a penalty for it. Otherwise it’s just Spikes being Spikes which I think takes a lot of players out of the game.
Spikes was all over Ray Rice the entire game, and it looked to me like Rice was affected. Spikes is the exact antidote to the kind of malaise we saw so much of in 2009. I think he’s a major building block on this defense and alongside Mayo forms one of the best young inside linebacker tandems in the NFL.
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Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice would like to stay with the team, according to a report by the Carroll County Times.The 25-year-old is a free agent this offseason and expressed his desire to sign a new contract."I would prefer a long term deal over the franchise tag, but I wouldn't be unhappy with the franchise tag," Rice said Tuesday.The former Rutgers standout...
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is clearly one of the few premiere backs in the NFL and the Ravens need to make sure they can lock him up with a long term contract.
Rice’s rookie deal has run out and he’ll hit the free agent market officially on March 13th.
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