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The Purple Chaos:
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said he wants to see the team’s offense continue to grow and mature, but not at the cost of his traditional smash-mouth defense. The defense is stacked with perennial Pro Bowlers and All-Pros like Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Terrell Suggs and Haloti Ngata and rising stars Lardarius Webb, Jimmy Smith [...]
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After 11 seasons in the NFL, running back Ricky Williams is retiring. He will end a career that included five 1,000-yard seasons, 74 career touchdowns and over 10,000 yards total rushing.
Last week Williams told reporters he was coming back for next season.
"I've grown a lot, kind of falling into a new role and a new city and a new organization, and I've gotten...
Contract talks and negotiations are huge part of the business side in the NFL. It’s a side, however, Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti chooses not to engage in. “I’ve never sat in a negotiation and I never will,” Bisciotti said last week at the Ravens end-of-season press conference. via BaltimoreRavens.com. This is a prime example [...]
On Saturday, Ravens defensive end/linebacker Terrell Suggs was named as the Associated Press’s NFL Defensive Player of the Year for 2011. Suggs posted the best year of his nine-year career in Baltimore, with 14 sacks, 7 forced fumbles, and 2 interceptions. He was the best player on the Ravens’ defense, which finished the year ranked third overall in the league. Unfortunately...
Baltimore Ravens running back Ricky Williams will announce his retirement from pro football for a second time, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.Williams previously retired from football on August 2, 2004 after violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy for a third time. Williams re-joined the Miami Dolphins on July 24, 2005 before violating the policy for a fourth...
On Tuesday, Ravens running back Ricky Williams announced his retirement from the NFL. Williams, 34, had stated following the AFC Championship game that he was feeling good after the season and was looking forward to coming back to the Ravens in 2012. However, after a few weeks to think about it, the veteran seems to have had a change of heart.
Williams has said in the past that...
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens veteran running back Ricky Williams is hanging up his cleats.
Williams has informed team officials he plans to retire, according to team and league sources.
Ravens teammate Ray Rice called Ricky Williams a Hall of Famer on Tuesday. Florio, in the video below, disagrees. Williams is one of the most memorable players of his era — even his retirement message via his website was unique — but that doesn’t mean he’ll make it to the Hall of Fame. It’s not…
Baltimore Ravens running back Ricky Williams plans to retire, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The retirement of Ricky Williams leaves the Ravens with one running back who has more than five career NFL carries -- and that’s Ray Rice, who is an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
We started to look ahead to the NFL offseason as soon as Billy Cundiff’s field goal fluttered off-target and we will dive headfirst into the offseason two weeks from now when the scouting combine begins in Indianapolis. In the meantime, let’s take a glance at what the Ravens’ AFC North opponents are tasked with this offseason.