Found April 03, 2013 on
Long live the king T..
The results show on Dancing with the Stars last night kicked off with the crowning of the prom king and queen. Our favorite NFL wide receiver won the Crown. Jacoby and his partner learned that they were safe, which means we get to cover the Ravens receiver for at least another week.
Jacoby Jones & Karina – Rumba
Jacoby Jones Gets His Smirnoff On
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Out of sight but not out of mind, guard/tackle Jah Reid is quietly rehabbing the turf toe he suffered in Week 17 causing him to miss the playoffs--- but an injury which inspired the Bryant McKinnie plug-in at left tackle and the move of Michael Oher to right tackle. WIth rookie Kelechi Osemele then sliding over to left guard, the transformation of the Ravens O-Line was complete...
A report says John Harbaugh really didn't want Ed Reed back with the Ravens even though appearances suggested otherwise.
The Baltimore Ravens have terminated the contract of reserve linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo, a three-time Pro Bowler on special teams.
Ayanbadejo has played 10 seasons in the NFL, the last five with Baltimore. He started four games at linebacker for the Ravens, but his main contribution was on special teams.
General manager Ozzie Newsome announced the move Thursday.
According to the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens were happy with Dannell Ellerbe’s work ethic, but were ultimately hesitant to pay him because of his party habits. Miami got a good, young player when it signed linebacker Dannell Ellerbe to a five-year, $35 million contract earlier this offseason, but there has to be some concern within the organization. Ellerbe improved his work ethic...
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens and the team they beat, the San Francisco 49ers, each will make one national TV appearance during the NFL preseason this summer.
The Ravens play the third of their four-game preseason schedule on Thursday night, Aug. 22, hosting Carolina on ESPN. San Francisco concludes its exhibition schedule with a home game against Minnesota on Sunday...
The Baltimore Ravens took a few crucial blows this offseason with not only Ray Lewis and Matt Birk retiring, but the loss of Ed Reed, Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbe hurt.
With all the losses, the Ravens have to get the 2013 NFL draft right more than ever to continue on the right path. Here is a look at what the Baltimore Ravens 2013 mock draft through the first four rounds could...
There may have been a reason why John Harbaugh and Ozzie Newsome seemed to have no problem blowing up a Super Bowl-winning team.
The Ravens’ head coach had no problem with star safety Ed Reed leaving town, according to Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun. In fact, Preston writes Harbaugh “wanted Reed back as much as he wants a root canal.”
There were reports of a “near mutiny”...
There was no citation, and it's a little unclear whether this was being reported as fact or whether this was merely an opinion, but in any case the Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston wrote on Monday that Ravens coach John Harbaugh was happy to see safety Ed Reed leave for Houston.
"It was interesting to see how the national media made it seem like the Ravens were in a bidding...
From all accounts, the Houston Texans seemingly beat out the Ravens in a bidding war for the services of Ed Reed. But according to Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun, that certainly wasn’t the case.According to Preston, the Ravens out of respect for Reed bid up his price to allow him to make more money, but they had no interest in re-signing him. And the decision to not to re-sign...
The Ravens continue to clean house of veterans. The team has released linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo, according to reports.
Ayanbadejo is a standout special teams player, but he will be 37 in September and the Ravens are trying to get younger.
Ayanbadejo is also an outspoken advocate for same sex marriage.