Found January 20, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Nothing brings a community together quite like a local team making a run. Considering it’s Friday and there are only four teams remaining in the Super Bowl hunt, I’m sure there are plenty of people wearing their Niners, Giants, Patriots, and Ravens gear to school and work on the east and west coasts. Of course, there is nothing wrong with doing that as long as young children are not forced to support the Ravens like Roland Park Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore tried to mandate.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Roland Park is now doing a bit of backpedaling after they were chosen by the Baltimore Ravens organization to be a part of pep rally that is touring the city. Here is what a couple of teachers emailed to parents in preparation of the television appearance.
“Students must wear purple or Ravens attire to attend, as there will be many TV cameras there,” one teacher wrote to parents in an email obtained by The Baltimore Sun. “Not wearing purple or Ravens attire means making...
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Excluding any major setbacks, the Baltimore Ravens will have their entire 53-man roster available for Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots. Safety Ed Reed (ankle), who was limited the past two days in practice, had a full practice on Friday and is officially listed as probable for the game in New England, [...]
The Baltimore Ravens' defense intends to spend much of Sunday afternoon harassing New England quarterback Tom Brady and burying him in the pocket.
Until that time, the game plan evidently is to smother him with praise.
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs got into a shouting match with Brady in 2009 after the quarterback appeared to be demanding a penalty flag for a late hit. More...
Safety Ed Reed and linebacker Ray Lewis are the heart and soul of the Ravens’ defense. This could be their last chance at a Super Bowl.
Skeptical that Joe Flacco can outduel Tom Brady this Sunday? You ain't alone. Ravens safety Ed Reed took a moment on Monday to say what everyone already thinks of Flacco:
I think a couple of times he needed to get rid of the ball. It just didn't look like he had a hold on the offense... He can't play like [he did against the Texans].
The thing you have to understand...
Super Bowl quarterback says his Ravens teammates were more 'secure' in their defensive abilitiesESPN analyst Trent Dilfer Thursday attributed Ed Reed's negative comments earlier in the week about Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco to "insecurity" on the part of Reed and the Ravens defense.
Linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed have spent 11 seasons together with the Baltimore Ravens, making one big play after another.
Now, the Patriots have been called many things during this era of Belichick-Brady brilliance, but "pretty?" That's...
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed is listed as probable for Sunday's AFC Championship at New England due to a left ankle injury.
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When the Baltimore Ravens travel to Foxborough, Mass., to face off against the New England Patriots in the AFC...
You've heard it. The Ravens' players and coaches have heard it. We – the Baltimore Ravens – can't win in New England. Heck, I've seen a number of reports that say Bill Belichick's team has the easy path to the Super Bowl.
Backup running back averaged 4.7 yards on six carries vs. TexansWhile much of the firestorm around Ravens free safety Ed Reed's comments on SiriusXM satellite radio on Monday centered on his critique of quarterback Joe Flacco, Reed also stated his belief that Ricky Williams should have gotten a few more carries in the team's 20-13 win against the Houston Texans in Sunday...