Found January 28, 2012 on
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh and Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees.
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The emotionally-filled speech Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis gave in the locker room following the team’s 23-20 defeat in the AFC Championship Game at New England has already received a lot of publicity. The speech, which lasted just over minute, was an interesting way to move forward and transition into the 2012 season. Lewis told [...]
In his two seasons in Baltimore, defensive end Cory Redding has been a key cog for the Ravens’ defense both on and off the field. Redding, 31, will be a free agent at the end of the league year in March when his two-year contract expires, and he’s unsure if he’ll return to Baltimore next [...]
In his first year with the Baltimore Ravens, Bryant McKinnie did exactly what the team was hoping he would do in 2011. McKinnie, 32, started all 18 games this season at left tackle, and he’s ready for another season in the Charm City. “I feel like I’ll be better next year,” McKinnie said Monday, via [...]
On Friday, when it was announced that Cam Cameron would return as Baltimore Ravens’ offensive coordinator, he addressed his relationship with quarterback Joe Flacco. “I couldn’t be more pleased with where Joe and I are,” Cameron said, via CSNBaltimore.com. There has been rumors that tension has persisted between the two for a couple of years, [...]
Ed Dickson had a breakout year in his second season with the Baltimore Ravens and emerged onto the scene with longtime tight end Todd Heap gone. Dickson, 24, had 54 catches for 528 yards and five touchdowns in his first season as a starter. However, Dickson’s production faded in the final month of the season [...]
It's really sad when your own team is poking fun of you on their own team store website.Balitmore Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff, who kicked a wide left missed field goal last Sunday in the AFC Championship Game, which gave the Patriots the win and on their way to Super Bowl XLVI (46), isn't feeling the love from Ravens fans, nor his own team.Check out (in the photo above) what...
The Baltimore Ravens will hold an 11 a.m. press conference today in the auditorium of their Owings Mills facility where head coach John Harbaugh will meet to discuss his coaching staff.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has announced that Cam Cameron will remain the team’s offensive coordinator, while Dean Pees has been promoted to defensive coordinator, replacing new Colts head coach Chuck Pagano. Although there was much talk that Cameron might be on the way out, Harbaugh said that was never even close to happening. “Cam…
Some news from the enemy today as it was announced a short time ago that the Baltimore Ravens have promoted linebackers coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator to replace Chuck Pagano, who was named the Indianapolis Colts head coach earlier this week. Pees has coached the Ravens linebackers for the last two seasons after spending six seasons on the New England Patriots staff where...
The last PFT Live before we all travel to Indianapolis should be a good one. Ravens center Matt Birk joins the show to talk about the end to his season and looks ahead to his future. Also on the program: Bob Glauber of Newsday gives us the good word from Giants practice. Watch the show…
With his team having come within seconds of the Super Bowl, Ravens coach John Harbaugh opted for continuity in securing two of his top assistants today, promoting linebacker coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator and keeping Cam Cameron as his offensive coordinator.
The Baltimore Ravens have promoted linebackers coach Dean Pees to defensive coordinator and retained Cam Cameron as their offensive coordinator. Pees replaced Chuck Pagano, who left to become head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. Baltimore's defense ranked third in the NFL under Pagano, and coach John Harbaugh said Monday that under Pees, "the tradition of this defense will...
ANALYSIS/OPINION If poor Billy Cundiff, the Baltimore Ravens' kicker, hadn't flinched in the final seconds against New England, both conference championship games this year would have gone into overtime. Think about that. Think about how little difference there was, qualitatively, among the NFL's Final Four. Has there ever been less? ...