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Baltimore Ravens running back Ricky Williams will turn 35 before the start of of the 2012 season, but he’s still going strong and has no plans of retiring anytime soon. “My body feels good, and I know I’m going to train hard, and so I’m excited about next year,” Williams said, via BaltimoreRavens.com. “I’ve grown [...]
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What if John Harbaugh worked for you? Well, unless you work in the front office of the Baltimore Ravens and are currently reading this post — he doesn’t. But let’s just say, for argument’s sake, that you are Ozzie Newsome.
While the Baltimore Ravens are an escape for most residents in Baltimore, they’re also a billion dollar business. Besides smoking cigars at his office...
The emotionally-filled speech Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis gave in the locker room following the team’s 23-20 defeat in the AFC Championship Game at New England has already received a lot of publicity. The speech, which lasted just over minute, was an interesting way to move forward and transition into the 2012 season. Lewis told [...]
Baltimore Ravens running back Ricky Williams says he will return for his 12th season.
Veteran corner out of Maryland has played only two games in two yearsVeteran corner out of Maryland has played only two games in two years
Ravens coach John Harbaugh, who helped institute the team’s annual Military Appreciation Day and was among the first coaches to partake in the NFL-USO Coaches Tour, could have another armed services-related honor on his résumé by Saturday: the inaugural Salute to Service Award.
ESPN is reporting that Jim Caldwell will join the Baltimore Ravens offensive staff:
Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell plans to join the offensive coaching staff of theBaltimore Ravens, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The Ravens announced last week that Cam Cameron would return as offensive coordinator, but they still need a quarterbacks coach...
The Baltimore Ravens have hired Jim Caldwell as their QB Coach. This just days after Caldwell met with Steelers coach Mike Tomlin. Thank you to the Ravens. I really wanted nothing to do with Caldwell. I am glad he landed in Baltimore.
This still leaves the Steelers though with no one on the radar for offensive coordinator but Randy Fichtner. If he is the guy I am not sure...
Former Colts head coach would oversee Flacco's developmentThe Ravens, who last week retained offensive coordinator Cam Cameron but said they would be looking to hire a quarterbacks coach, apparently have found their man, according to an espn.com report .
Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell will join the offensive staff of the Baltimore Ravens, tweets ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Baltimore announced last week that Cam Cameron would return for a fifth season as offensive coordinator, but the team also announced they were still in search of a quarterbacks coach for Joe Flacco. It appears [...]
Now that offensive coordinator is staying, his first task is clearNow that Cam Cameron has been appointed offensive coordinator by Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and head coach John Harbaugh again, hopefully they demanded he tweak the passing game.
ANALYSIS/OPINION If poor Billy Cundiff, the Baltimore Ravens' kicker, hadn't flinched in the final seconds against New England, both conference championship games this year would have gone into overtime. Think about that. Think about how little difference there was, qualitatively, among the NFL's Final Four. Has there ever been less? ...
The Baltimore Ravens hired former Colts head coach Jim Caldwell as their new quarterbacks coach on Monday.
Caldwell served as the Colts quarterbacks coach from 2002-2008 before he took over as their head coach. He should be a good addition that can help quarterback Joe Flacco continue to develop.
The Patriots have technically been in the Super Bowl since Billy Cundiff's 32-yard field goal attempt darted wide left. But things got a whole lot more real on Sunday evening when the team arrived in Indianapolis, drove through the city streets decorated for the world's biggest game and began the process of fielding questions from the media, a process that will last all week.