"What the hell is this knucklehead doing on the field?"
That, or some other type of of annoyed comment is usually the common sentiment among many whenever some presumably drunken fan takes the field (usually wearing next to nothing) to streak during the middle of a sporting event.
Sometimes, apparently, there's a little more to the story than just an overserved, overzealous and usually overweight fan trying to become the center of attention.
The Patriots and Ravens were interrupted on Sunday night by a streaker, but it was a streaker with good intentions.
Mark Harvey stormed the field on Sunday night, wearing a cape, a baseball cap and briefs, delighting the M&T Bank Stadium crowd. He was also speaking out against bullying.
The streaker, who also crashed an Orioles game this season with a similar message and similar dance moves, apparently does this to raise awareness for bullying. He even has a website devoted to spreading the message.
"Bullying is a real problem in America, and I am here to stop it," Harvey says on his website. "We all have super powers and it's time to put them to use. I'm talking about the power we have to make friends, stand-up for one another, and ultimately make 'bullying' just another word in the dictionary."
The Patriots have announced that both DT Brandon Deaderick (ankle) and CB Alfonzo Dennard (hamstring) are out for Sunday night’s game in Baltimore.
The two were downgraded after appearing on Friday’s injury report as questionable. Both were limited in practice Thursday and Friday.
Deaderick was used sparingly in the past two games to spell Vince Wilfork and Kyle Love on...
The moralizing and pontificating began as soon as Football Night In America cameras captured New England coach Bill Belichick running and grabbing a member of the officiating crew's arm in the chaotic aftermath of Sunday's Patriots-Ravens game.
Media giddily tweeted: Get ready for a FedEx envelope, Billy.
Tony Dungy lectured from his bully pulpit.
Merits of a fine and...
Sunday Night Football has brought us some crazy plays and some God awful officiating. We’ve seen Bill Belichick mouth visual expletives and also the crowd in Baltimore gave the loudest expletive chant I’ve ever heard in all of my years watching sports. The Baltimore Raven faithful are not happy with the calls that the New England Patriots are getting and they have good reason...
Torrey Smith of the Baltimore Ravens came into his match-up on Sunday night against The New England Patriots with a heavy heart after learning the night before that his brother had tragically passed away in a motorcycle accident. Torrey received a phone call at 1 a.m. the night before telling him that his younger brother had died in a motorcycle crash, and he immediately left the...
The brother of Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith has been killed in a motorcycle accident.
Ravens officials say 19-year-old Tevin Chris Jones died in Virginia on Saturday night.
Smith posted on his Twitter account: ''I can't believe my little brother is gone...be thankful for your loved ones and tell them you love them...this is the hardest thing ever.'...
The New England Patriots came into the Inner Harbor to face the Baltimore Ravens in a Sunday night matchup on national television. It was a swing game for both teams as they each stood at 1-1 and with a win they would sit a top their respective division. Plus it would give one team a head to head advantage that could be important come playoff time in the AFC.
With the Ravens...
Ravens linebacker Sergio Kindle was among seven players on Baltimore's inactive list for Sunday night's game against the New England Patriots.
Kindle played last week in place of Paul Kruger, who was out with a back injury. Kruger returned Sunday night.
Wide receiver Torrey Smith was expected to start for Baltimore, even though his younger brother was killed late Saturday...
It's likely that the league will discipline Bill Belichick in some fashion, but it doesn't appear that the Patriots head coach will miss any time. NFL.com reports that Belichick is unlikely to be suspended after the coach grabbed a referee following his team's loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night. According to the report, the league is only looking at a fine for...
WEEI.comAccording to a report from NFL Network's Steve Wyche, the NFL will review the incident after Sunday night's game in which Patriots coach Bill Belichick grabbed an official.Belichick apparently wanted an explanation after the Ravens' game-ending field goal that appeared to go directly over the upright or to see if it was reviewable. He pursued an official and pulled...
As Brandon Spikes already phrased more eloquently than we ever could, the replacement officials were as bad as they have been all year during Sunday night’s game between the Patriots and Ravens. Their performance resulted in 70,000-plus fans reaching their boiling point toward the end of the game when John Harbaugh received an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Harbaugh claims he...
Former Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl center Andre Gurode worked out for the Detroit Lions today, according to a league source.
Gurode played last season for the Baltimore Ravens.
Gurode was signed to provide depth behind six-time Pro Bowl center Matt Birk, who had surgery on his left knee at the beginning of training camp
- Alex Riley’s recent tweets about Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco made ESPN’s First Take this morning. Riley wrote about the mention on his Twitter, stating, “Thanks to @espn First Take for throwin my Tweet about Flacco up, #RileyKnowsQB’s”
- WWE posted this video of John Cena talking about WWE’s partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure:
- WWE noted on their...
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