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According to a report, Baltimore Ravens' S Bernard Pollard has been fined $15K for a hit against the Patriots on Sunday. The question is, what hit was it?
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Each year during the feeding frenzy that is the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, there are always a character or two from each team that provides a few moments of bizarre behavior and/or comedy.
The runaway winner this year thus far is Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard.
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Bernard Pollard has made quite an impression on the media in the week leading up to the Super Bowl.
On Sunday Pollard stated that he does not see a long-term future for the NFL.
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Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard believes the future of the NFL is in question because of the safety factor. See what he's worried about.
Back in the day it wasn’t unusual for players to do interviews in the nude, but in the more politically correct society we live in and now, most players put some clothes on.
To be fair with the amount of female media members growing that is the proper thing to do. To be honest when I am doing interviews, I don’t want to be looking at a naked man either. Bernard Pollard aka the...
Scott Cacciola of the New York Times did a profile on Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard and one of the most interesting things was that Pollard enjoys conducting media interviews in the nude.
Pollard’s confidence reveals itself in the locker room, where he has no qualms about being naked. He will conduct full interviews in the nude. Pants are the enemy. When local journalists...
Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard is one of the biggest hitters in the game, and a renown Patriots killer, so he knows a thing or two about the physical play of the game.
Clarke Judge of CBS Sports asked Pollard what he thought the game would look like 10-15 years from now, and Pollard said it would still be popular.
Then Pollard might have shocked and scared everyone when...
Ravens safety Bernard Pollard sees two things in pro football's future: death and disintegration.
"Thirty years from now I don't think it will be in existence," Pollard told CBS Sports. "I could be wrong. It's just my opinion, but I think with the direction things are going -- where [NFL rules makers] want to lighten up, and they're throwing flags...
The National Football League is arguably the strongest professional sports league in North America. This holds true from both financial and popularity standpoints. However, one current NFL player doesn't believe the league will be around 30 years from now.That aforementioned player is Baltimore Ravens saftey Bernard Pollard. He cites player-safety concerns and long-term side...
Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard was fined $15,250 by the NFL for his hit to the head/neck area of New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker, the Boston Herald reported Friday. Pollard was penalized for the hit in the third quarter of Baltimore's 28-13 win over New England in last Sunday's AFC Championship Game. However, he was not fined for his helmet-to-helmet...
Baltimore Raven's linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo is a 'Renaissance Man.' His support of same-sex marriage is well documented and strongly delivered. Teammate Bernard Pollard? Not so much:
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Bernard Pollard may be headed to the Super Bowl with another Patriots pelt on his list of hard hits, but he’ll also face a fine this time after a review of his play in the AFC Championship Game.
Pollard decked Patriots running back Stevan Ridley in Sunday’s game, forcing a fumble and further entrenching himself as a Patriots killer. (He was also responsible for the knee injury...
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh wanted to find out which brother his family would be rooting for in next Sunday's Super Bowl. So he asked them during a Harbaugh family conference call on Thursday with the media. Via NFL.com: Question from Baltimore: Is it true that both of you like Jim better than John? (John Harbaugh’s question) Joani (sister): “Hey, John, how...
Baltimore Ravens hard-hitting safety Bernard Pollard believes the NFL won't exist 30 years from now because of player-safety concerns and the long term effects of the hard hits he and others put on players.
Pollard told CBS Sports' Clark Judge that he doesn't think fans