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The Purple Chaos:
The sack leaders in the NFL and on most teams are traditionally outside linebackers and defensive ends, but that doesn’t apply to Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins. Atkins, 23, leads the Bengals with eight sacks, which is exactly why the Ravens offensive line won’t be taking the second-year player lightly in Sunday’s regular-season finale. [...]
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Terrell Owens has another offer from an indoor team.
The Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League say they have offered the six-time Pro Bowl receiver a compensation package worth up to $500,000 for the 2012 season, which starts in February.
Most IFL players earn $225 per game plus a bonus for winning. The Wranglers say the offer to Owens is within league rules. In October...
Fully recovered from knee surgery, Terrell Owens may finally be getting back into football -- in the Indoor Football League, that is. The Allen Wranglers have reportedly extended an offer to Owens of up to $500,000 and also are offering a chance for the former NFL wide receiver to become a part owner of the franchise, according to Shutdown Corner. "It doesn't make a ton...
Nine days ago, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee. It was speculated that the 31-year-old receiver would miss the rest of the regular season to recover. In fact, head coach John Harbaugh believed it’d be tight if Boldin could return if the Ravens had to [...]
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs – who is about as consistent with delivering money quotes as any player in the NFL — might have come up with the zinger of the year when fielding questions from the Baltimore Ravens regarding his outside shot of winning the NFL Defensive Player of the Year award (via NFL [...]
CINCINNATI - Sporting nearly identical Fu Manchu mustaches, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and tight end Dennis...
Jeff Zrebiec breaks down which team has an advantage in each facet of Sunday's critical matchup between the Ravens and Bengals in Cincinnati. How Ray Rice (left) and the Ravens running game fare against Rey Maualuga (right) and the Bengals defense will be one important aspect to watch.
Baltimore wrapped up the AFC North with a 24-16 road win over the Bengals.
Joe Flacco was basically a non-factor, throwing for only 130 yards although he did have a TD. The day belonged to Ray Rice, who finished with 191 yards and 2 TDs. Dennis PItta (6 catches, 62 yards) had the TD reception.
In a story that seemingly came out of nowhere, but apparently has been over a month in the making, former Cowboys’ receiver Terrell Owens could soon return to playing professional football in North Texas--this time as a member of the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.
The Wranglers have reportedly been in talks with Owens and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus for some time...
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