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Former Oklahoma State tight end Billy Bajema will play in the zenith event of any NFL player's career on Sunday when he joins his Baltimore Ravens teammates and battles his former teammates with the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII in the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will retire in style with these gold-colored cleats that he’ll wear against the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. Under Armour’s FW13 cleats tell much of Lewis’ story. Lewis' kicks have “Psalms 91” on the toe — just like the T-shirt he wore under his pads during his final home game on Jan. 6.
The Ravens are focused on the Super Bowl, but here's a look at the draft.
Here is my first look at the NFL Draft. There are a lot of teams that need quarterbacks this year. The problem, there are not enough QB's in the draft.
I expect to see teams trying to trade down, will they have any takers?
1. Chiefs - Bjoern Warner, DE, Florida State...
The Baltimore Ravens may be playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday, but there has been repeated talks of their offseason plans. Between signing Joe Flacco, and/or letting Ed Reed walk, the Ravens apparently have other plans; this time at the wide receiver position. On NFL Live today, Adam Schefter said that the team may "very well" choose to release Anquan Boldin.
In advance of the much-hyped Harbowl (or “Super Browl”, if you will), Reddit brings us this absolute gem from the Harbaugh brothers’ childhood.
Check out young John and Jim decked out in their Baskin Robbins little league unis, with the elder John towering over the befuddled looking Jim:
And after some incredible interweb sleuthing, we uncovered a few more classic...
US PRESSWIRE: Jan 20, 2013; Ray Rice and Jacoby Jones celebrate making Super Bowl XLVII
It’s that time of year every football fan has been waiting for. Super Bowl week has finally arrived and the big game is set to kick off this Sunday, 6:00 p.m. ET. The San Francisco 49ers will take on the Baltimore Ravens in the 47th showdown for the Lombardi Trophy, and what a matchup it will...
So, I have a serious internal debate going on right now. The Ravens minus 4 is straight up stealing. Like, there is absolutely no way I see SF winning this game. If they do, it's gonna be on a last second field goal where they don't cover. To be honest, I see something like 28-17 Ravens (yes, I am also thinking about the under of 47.5, but not completely confident on that...
There will be no Mannings, not at Super Bowl XLVII.
It’s brother vs. brother, certainly, a historic Super Bowl tale of opposing coaches. You could say it’s brotherly love, a moment when John Harbaugh, coach of the Baltimore Ravens, will stand across the field from Jim Harbaugh, coach of the San Francisco 49ers Sunday to fight for a possession of the Vince Lombardi Trophy, a 22...
Super Bowl XLVII: #4 Baltimore Ravens (13-6) vs. #2 San Francisco 49ers (13-4-1) in New Orleans, Louisiana, San Francisco favored by 3 1/2 The Super Bowl brings in millions of casual fans, that will probably be watching their first football game of the season. For people not interested in matchups, or which team has the better offense or defense, there is still plenty to become invested...
When news broke earlier this week that Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed could see himself playing for Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots, many took it and ran with it. Assuming that Reed already has one foot out the door ready to head to New England at the conclusion of the Super Bowl. The Ravens [...]
All week, we have been collecting Super Bowl XLVII predictions from beautiful women (like this one and this one). Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton, whom you may have heard of, is a beautiful woman. She’s in a new Mercedes commercial, which will make its broadcast debut during the Super Bowl, (even though everyone has seen it online already).
The Baltimore Ravens tweeted...
For Ed Reed and Frank Gore, winning a Super Bowl is the final piece to each's impeccable resumes. The post Ed Reed, Frank Gore And Miami’s Golden Children appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.