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When the Baltimore Ravens and Joe Flacco won the Super Bowl last season it left odds makers in a tough situation. Immediately the Ravens were not the favorite to repeat, then again, they weren’t even favorite to win it all last season either.
Other than their Wildcard showdown with the Indianapolis Colts, the Baltimore Ravens were heavy underdogs in every postseason game they played this past season, but yet they were the team hoisting the Lombardi Trophy and enjoying the confetti at the end of the of it all as Super Bowl XLVII Champions.... Read more
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Ravens head coach John Harbaugh issued something of a guarantee during the traditional meeting between the Super Bowl champs and the President.
We reported last night that free agent quarterback JaMarcus Russell will be working out for the Bears on Friday.
Accordng to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, there are three teams that are interested in Russell. We already know one of them is the Bears and another one is the Baltimore Ravens.
A league source said at least three teams are interested in Russell–the Bears and the Ravens are...
The Baltimore Ravens are the Super Bowl champions, and with that comes a visit to the White House to meet our esteemed president.
Head coach John Harbaugh enjoyed his experience with President Obama, and according to the Baltimore Sun, left the president with a message that he expects to return, soon.
“I want you to know we have plans to be here next year, too,” Harbaugh told...
Several former Baltimore Ravens missed the Super Bowl champions trip to the White House to meet with President Obama.
Some like Anquan Boldin, Bernard Pollard, and Cary Williams were busy with their new teams. One retired player missed the ceremony for political reasons.
Matt Birk played center in the NFL for 15 years and is a Harvard graduate. Birk pays attention to the things...
Ive got the full transcript I was onsite covering this my jaw was literally on the floor the entire time. Lets just say Obamas taking full advantage of this lameduck thing.
Ayo fam, great to have you all here this afternoon helping to celebrate the World Champion Baltimore Raven’s. What a great team.
Im honored to have players like Ray Lewis here today.
Ray, you killed two guys...
This is the ultimate payoff for the Ravens--- luncheon at the White House with the President. This is one of the reasons you want to win the darn thing.
You can check out the official Live Twitter feed from the Ravens here at https://twitter.com/ravens
Here are some of the early feeds from the players in the Rose Garden:
President Barack Obama Wednesday welcomed the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens to the White House, congratulating the team on its unlikely Super Bowl run - and offering some good-natured jibes along the way.
At a South Lawn event, Obama praised the team not only for the goal line stand that sealed its second Super Bowl trophy but its charitable work in blue collar Baltimore...
As you likely know, the Baltimore Ravens captured the Super Bowl back in February in the much-hyped “Haurbowl.” As is customary, the victorious team gets to visit the White House, and on Wednesday the Ravens made their (very short) trip to Washington D.C. to visit with President Barack Obama.
The handshake appearance was mostly typical of every time a championship team visits...
The Ravens paid a visit to the White House on Wednesday to celebrate their Super Bowl title with President Barack Obama. But a few players didn’t make the trip.
Linebacker Paul Kruger decided not to attend because of his commitment to his new team, the Cleveland Browns, who were holding a session of organized team activities on Wednesday. But, now retired, center Matt Birk was...
The Baltimore Ravens were at the White House for their traditional visit with the President, and coach John Harbaugh promised to be there next year.
Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports that the Ravens have signed former Jaguars LB Daryl Smith to a one-year contract.
Smith, 31 was a regular starter for the Jaguars during his time with the team starting 122 of 133 games he has participated in. However, last season he dealt with a groin injury which kept him out of all but two games last season.
The signing is obviously still...
Texans are working out former Ravens tight end Billy Bajema today, according to a league source.
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) June 4, 2013
According to Aaron Wilson, the Houston Texans have worked out free agent tight end Billy Bajema. Bajema is 6-4 and 259 lbs. and has played for the San Francisco 49ers (2005-2008), St. Louis Rams (2009-2011) and the Baltimore Ravens (2012...