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It’s very rare athletes get involved in fan matters, but Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens took to Facebook and wrote a post condemning fan violence.
The post is well over 13,000 likes and shows off how disgusted Ray Rice is at the nonsense that took place with a Yankees fan.
The Yankees fan was hospitalized after being beaten at a game last week between the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals at Camden Yards... Read more
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Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is as complete a back that you’ll find in the NFL, but great backs need to stay healthy too.
With his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield, the Ravens know they have plenty of opportunities to get Rice the ball during a game.
According to the teams website, the Ravens may give more of his carries to talented second year guy Bernard...
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith made it clear over Twitter that he does not like Patriots fans. See what he had to say.
Fullback Vonta Leach was released by the Super Bowl Champions, the Baltimore Ravens, earlier this month. Leach was quick to say that he’d sign with a new team within two weeks. Now Leach is saying that he isn’t in any rush to sign with a new team, and it’s not because no one wants him.
Via Ralph Vacciano of the New York Daily, Leach is keeping all his options open at this moment...
According to the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens are monitoring the situation with free agent fullback Vonta Leach and may try to re-sign him.
The Ravens are still quietly monitoring the situation with former fullback Vonta Leach. The Miami Dolphins appear to be the frontrunner for Leach, with the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans also in contention.
But if the Dolphins were...
Chris Canty will be with the Baltimore Ravens organization in 2013. But he also wanted to play for a couple of other teams, including the Carolina Panthers.
Unfortunately for the Panthers, they couldn’t afford Canty’s price.
“They needed a lot of players. I think the direction they wanted to go was to get as many quality players as they could at a bargain price,” Canty said...
By Jeremy Hritz
Watching the Baltimore Ravens win the Super Bowl this past January wasn’t an easy thing to do for the Pittsburgh Steelers. In fact, the entirety of the 2012 Ravens playoff series was difficult to watch because of the clutch play of oft-scrutinized quarterback Joe Flacco. Flacco’s performance in the playoffs was outstanding, throwing 11 touchdowns without any...
He may not be Broadway Joe, but he sure as heck is getting some respect from Broadway...
Joe Flacco came in at 19th among the NFL Channel's "Top 100" NFL Players poll.
Ryan Clark (Pittsburgh Steelers' safety) disagreed with the high ranking, but former Ravens' safety Ed Reed rallied to Flacco's defense on the NFL Channel.
The list, which...
Fullback Vonta Leach says the New York Giants have expressed an interest in him.
During a radio interview on Monday with SiriusXM NFL Radio, Leach said the Giants called his agents the day he was released by the Super Bowl-champion Baltimore Ravens.
The Giants' plans at fullback took a hit when Henry Hynoski suffered a knee injury this spring and needed surgery.
Mark December 22nd on your calendars folks, because that is the day the Baltimore Ravens head to what will surely be a surly Foxboro crowd to play the Patriots. Torrey Smith can be thanked for the extra amount of anger from the New England faithful as he took to Twitter on Saturday night to vent about how he disliked the Boston Bruins, but somehow ended up going in on all New England...
Yet again another player from the Baltimore Ravens managed to ruffle a few feathers in New England. Last night wide receiver Torrey Smith was asked by a Twitter follower who he wanted to win the Stanley Cup in between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins.
RT @MBalsley If you had to pick a hockey team, who you cheering for tonight Boston or Chicago?…CHI...