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Is the window closing for the Ravens to win a Super Bowl? It definitely is for stalwart linebacker Ray Lewis and free safety Ed Reed. But Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti believes the window is wide open for his franchise.
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Owner Steve Bisciotti's anual "State of the Ravens" press conference went off smoothly at One Winning Drive on Wednesday. But Bisciotti admitted that missing a Super Bowl appearance "by inches" has not gone down smoothly with his own emotions.Steve Bisciotti (pictured here at a Maryland basketball game earlier) went on record as saying he wants to extend Ray...
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and the team released a lengthy statement about the decision to permanently move training camp from Westminster to the team’s headquarters in Owings Mills when that decision was announced in December . On Wednesday, Bisciotti was asked about appeasing the many disappointed fans.
The Baltimore Ravens held their annual season-ending “State of the Ravens” press conference at the team’s headquarters in Owings Mills on Wednesday, where owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manger Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh took questions from the media. With key off-season decisions yet to be made on quarterback Joe Flacco, [...]
The Ravens held their State of the Ravens press conference this afternoon. Owner Steve Bisciotti, general manager Ozzie Newsome, coach John Harbaugh and team president Dick Cass held their annual question and answer session to address a multitude of topics.
The most popular topic, of course, was the status of the contracts for Joe Flacco and Ray Rice. Baltimore has several free...
At Wednesday’s “State of the Ravens” news conference, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti was asked about Billy Cundiff’s missed field-goal attempt against the Patriots, a 32-yard kick that could have sent the game into overtime.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti emphatically backs the play of quarterback Joe Flacco and guarantees running back Ray Rice will be on the roster next season.
Team will use franchise tag on running back if necessary; bringing back left guard could be difficultOwner Steve Bisciotti made one thing clear at the annual State of the Ravens address Wednesday: The face of the Ravens' offense will not change this offseason.
Includes Owner Steve Bisciotti, President Dick Cass, Executive Vice President/General Manager Ozzie Newsome & Head Coach John Harbaugh.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said at his end-of-the-season press conference that the team is assuming 33-year-old safety Ed Reed will return to the team, according to BaltimoreRavens.com. Ed doesnt give definitive answers, Bisciotti said. Were assuming hes going to be back. Hes under contract and I think he still has the desire to play. Reed is signed through...
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti emphatically backs the play of quarterback Joe Flacco and guarantees running back Ray Rice will be on the roster next season. Rice is an unrestricted free agent and Flacco's contract expires after the 2012 season. But Bisciotti promised both would be "part of this team" in 2012.
Joe Flacco’s performance in the AFC championship game might not have silenced all his critics, but in the minds of owner Steve Bisciotti and general manager Ozzie Newsome, there is no question the 27-year-old quarterback is the man to lead the Ravens back to the Super Bowl.
Ravens owner, GM aren't sure what Reed will do but expect to sign Flacco to long-term dealThe Ravens held their annual season-ending “State of the Ravens” press conference Wednesday at the team’s practice facility in Owings Mills, with owner Steve Bisciotti, president Dick Cass, general manger and executive vice president Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh fielding...
Ravens preparing for potential loss of Grubbs, life after BirkBy now, we’ve all had some time to digest the annual “State of the Ravens” address. It was interesting and somewhat informative, yet I gather that nothing said by Owner Steve Bisciotti or General Manager Ozzie Newsome was truly surprising to the Ravens’ fan base.