Found February 02, 2012 on
The Purple Chaos:
When the Baltimore Ravens reached an agreement with Director of Player Personnel, Eric DeCosta, to remain with the organization and not interview for other team’s general manger positions, it raised the question of whether DeCosta would be taking over for Ozzie Newsome, sooner rather than later. At the team’s annual season-ending “state of the Ravens” [...]
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Baltimore Ravens’ cornerback Domonique Foxworth’s playing days could be coming to a crashing halt at just the age of 28. Foxworth has played in just two games in each of the past two seasons because of a torn right ACL. He declined to comment on the status of his knee on Friday. “I don’t really [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have announced that they will not raise season-ticket prices for the 2012 season, marking the third straight year the team has elected to freeze prices. “We recognize our fans are still stretching financially to pay for their season tickets,” Ravens President Dick Cass said in an interview Friday, via Baltimore Business Journal. [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have hired former Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Don Martindale to become the team’s new linebackers coach, according to the Denver Post. Martindale, 48, replaces Dean Pees, who was promoted to defensive coordinator after Chuck Pagano departed to become the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. Martindale was the defensive coordinator for one [...]
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.
Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk is the Walter Payton Man of the Year.
The award honors a player for his off-the-field work as well as for his playing excellence.
Birk, a 14-year NFL veteran, has made 96 consecutive starts and is one of the Ravens team leaders. He also supports youth literacy with a program called ''Ready, Set, Read,'' through his HIKE Foundation...
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.
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.
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.
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.
Last week, Ravens coach John Harbaugh acknowledged that offensive coordinator Cam Cameron would be back with the Ravens next season. Bisciotti and Newsome also supported Cameron on Wednesday, though Newsome declined to say whether Cameron’s contract was a one-year deal or longer.
Don "Wink" Martindale, the Broncos' defensive coordinator in 2010, has been hired by the Baltimore Ravens to become their new inside linebackers coach.