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Bobbie Williams expects to feel a variety of emotions in his first game with the Ravens on Monday night.
Not only will the left guard be making his Baltimore debut, but he will be facing his former teammates on the Cincinnati Bengals.
Williams played eight years for Cincinnati before signed with Baltimore as a free agent in June. So when he looks across the line of scrimmage in the season opener, the 345-pounder will see several of the same players he once faced in practice.
He says, ''It's business. It's go Ravens right now. But for a second I'm going to go, `That's a little weird.'''
Williams started 118 games for Cincinnati from 2004 through last year. Bengals coach Marvin Lewis says he was a ''lieutenant'' with the team.
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Maryland politician and minister Emmett C. Burns Jr. has really lost his mind. That is the only way to put it.
He recently sent a letter to Baltimore Ravens owner Steven Bisciotti. Within that letter he stated his displeasure towards the actions of linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo.
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With one of the toughest first place schedules in the NFL this season, the Baltimore Ravens will have a difficult time repeating as the AFC North Champions. And with the Pittsburgh Steelers always breathing down the Ravens beaks, and an easier schedule to maneuver, the black and gold will overtake Baltimore by one game to [...]
Doesn’t matter what Ayanbadejo stance is on Gay Marriage, the Ravens don’t own him, he is free to have his own thoughts. But, you see some politicians still think of humans as property and that is a huge problem.
I am glad this is being brought to light, because it says a whole lot about this politician mindset in regard to how he sees people.
Not as individuals, but as...
Ravens offensive tackle Jah Reid remains sidelined due to a slow-to-heal strained right calf initially suffered in June when he was carted off the field.
Since that minicamp practice, Reid has aggravated the leg injury twice.
Although he wasn't placed on injured reserve, Reid still isn't able to practice.
"Yeah, it's definitely getting better," Reid said...
Getty ImagesI find it somewhat ironic that politicians love to dabble and stick their noses into the world of sports. God forbid though, and athlete whose job is only to be an athlete, decides to delve into what he or she deems political atrocities.The Big Lead is reporting that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo is an active advocate for gay marriage.A democrat named...
Art Modell, previous owner of of the Baltimore Ravens comes onto the field for halftime celebrations of the ten year Super Bowl anniversary team during the game against the Buffalo Bills at M&T Bank Stadium on October 24, 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Bills lead the Ravens at the half 24-20.
(October 23, 2010 – Source: Larry French/Getty Images North America)
Brendon Ayanbadejo is a linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens, he's a former undrafted free agent who worked hard enough to become Pro Bowler. He's publicly advocated a pro-gay marriage stance, in written form and now he's catching some heat for that stance, from a Baltimore politician.
Emmett Burns, a politician and minister (?) in Maryland, sent Ravens owner Steve...
By Keith Allison
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has made it clear that their offense is led by quarterback Joe Flacco.
“In pecking order, this is Joe’s offense, then everybody else,” Rice said Thursday, per the Baltimore Sun. “And he’s proven that this preseason with how he’s played, his tempo, how vocal he is, and the quiet Joe phase I think is pretty much over...
Ravens offensive tackle Jah Reid is listed as doubtful on the final injury report of the week.
Reid might as well be ruled out, though, considering that he hasn't practiced in weeks since aggravating a strained right calf for the second time since initially being carted off the field during a June minicamp.
Rookie cornerback Asa Jackson is questionable with an illness that...
Former Browns and Ravens owner Art Modell passed away early Thursday morning due to natural causes at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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The Ravens and the family of Art Modell will stage a silent tribute to team's former majority owner Saturday by placing his casket on the team's home field.
Modell brought the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore in 1996 and remained the majority owner through 2003. Upon arriving in Baltimore, he instantly became beloved by the city and showed his appreciation by donating millions...
The Ravens welcome Monday Night Football to Baltimore in their season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. Preseason for the Ravens has raised as many questions as it has answered. On Monday night, the 2012 Baltimore Ravens will be revealed, and many expect to see a very different team than in years past. Who are the Baltimore Ravens?1. How closely will the Ravens stick to the...
All these years I have been lobbying for Art Modell to be elected to the NFL Hall of Fame before it's too late for him to experience the honor he deserved...It is now too late. Modell died of "natural causes" at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on September 6 at the age of 87."Sadly, I can confirm that my father died peacefully of natural causes at four this...
Tributes and recollections of former Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell have been pouring in since word of his death broke Thursday.
For decades, Modell was one of the most visible of the NFL owners, having taken a lead role in negotiating the league’s first major television contract and in establishing Monday Night Football.
Not one to shy away from controversy, Modell bought the...
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