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On “NFL AM” Monday morning on the NFL Network, Ravens cornerback Ed Reed — who is set to hit free agency later this month — was asked about his feelings for Bill Belichick and the Patriots.
“They win [Super Bowls]. At the Super Bowl, I was asked if I would play for Coach Belichick and my answer was: ‘What player wouldn’t play for Coach Belichick?’ He is a good football coach, has a great mind for football. I met Coach Belichick at a Pro Bowl. He is a great guy, great competitor and seems to understand his players. I was just asked the question at the time [but] I am a Raven, plan on being a Raven. I couldn’t see myself anywhere else, but if it happens, I am a football player, I can adapt to any situation.”
So, the Ed Reed situation is back, with him coming out with some INCREDIBLY incendiary comments. " I was just asked the question at the time [but] I am a Raven, plan on being a Raven. I couldn’t see myself anywhere else, but if it happens, I am a football player, I can a
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Joe Flacco is a very, very rich man. But instead of spending that money on the priciest and most exotic foods money can buy (or whatever else filthy, filthy rich folks eat), the Baltimore Ravens quarterback is all about the Golden Arches. According to ESPN.com, Flacco made a trip to McDonald’s to fill up on some fast food just a few hours after signing his new contract. That new...
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Once the news broke last Friday that Joe Flacco and Baltimore Ravens had agreed on a new contract that will pay him $120 million over six years, I immediately was interested in finding out how much of his contract is guaranteed. According to NFL.com, Flacco will earn $52 million in guaranteed money, which is less than the $60 million guaranteed that Drew Brees got from the Saints...
Hey Ed Reed: Stop teasing us Patriots fans. You know everyone wants you to come here and shore up our porous secondary. But quit with the back and fourth. First prior to the Super Bowl you said you basically wanted to have babies with Bill Belichick, statements you have since backpedaled on, stating that you intend to remain a Raven.
If that didn't sting enough, you had to...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco signed a new six-year, $120.6 million contract Sunday that makes him the highest paid player by average
Hours after signing a six-year, $120.6 million contract to continue quarterbacking the Baltimore Ravens, Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco headed straight to the McDonald’s drive-thru to celebrate.
The Ravens handed Flacco a $29 million signing bonus and $52 million guaranteed over the life of the deal and all the four-year vet wanted was some McNuggets.
He would have gone unnoticed had...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has signed a new contract worth $120.6 million over six years, making him the highest paid player in NFL history.
The Super Bowl MVP finalized the deal Monday. Flacco will receive a $29 million signing bonus and $52 million in guaranteed money.
Flacco says, ''It's not really about the money, it's about that respect.'&...
As we reported Friday, the Baltimore Ravens and Joe Flacco have agreed to new deal that will make him the highest paid player in NFL history.
Terms of that deal are now starting to leak out as Flacco is set to sign the contract Monday at 2 p.m. Ian Rapoport of NFL.com is reporting that the numbers are six years, $120.6 million with $52 million guaranteed.
Flacco’s salary cap...
A look at some of the top story lines in the AFC North as the NFL free agency period looms on the horizon:Baltimore - The Ravens made quarterback Joe Flacco the highest-paid quarterback in NFL history, signing him to a six-year, $120 million contract. The move was seen by many as not only the right thing to do, but also necessary.The problem for the Ravens is that they still have...
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10) Now that he's the NFL's highest-paid player, he totally has to get drafted in your fantasy league9) Baltimore totally had to pay this much, otherwise he would have gone to Arizona and never have been heard from again8) In other news, Flacco is buying Anquan Boldin a car and Rahim Moore a house7) Now that he got paid, maybe he can finally afford...
It has become a habit each off-season for Patriots fans to defend the team as jealous onlookers label us as overrated and in-decline. Despite being a model of efficiency during the Bill Belichick era and reeling off an unprecedented number of playoff appearances and division titles; the Patriots are lambasted each and every year for their shortcomings.
That being said; with each...