Found April 07, 2013 on
My man is a legend Juan…
Ernie Banks AKA ‘Mr Cub’ hangs with up and coming star WR for the Ravens Torrey Smith. Smith is very inconsistent from a fantasy standpoint, but is increasing his ability to run the complete route tree and will have to be counted on even more with Boldin in SF.
Torrey Smith B-Day Cake
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Joe Flacco can now add actor to his resume. The Ravens quarterback reportedly will be playing Johnny Unitas in an upcoming movie.
The Baltimore Sun reported yesterday that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will portray Baltimore Colts’ great Johnny Unitas in an upcoming film called Unitas We Stand.
“Obviously, the Baltimore ties are very important to me,” said Johnny Unitas’ son Joe, per The Sun. “I think it’s great that Joe just won the Super Bowl with the Ravens and was Most Valuable Player in the...
It was announced on Saturday that Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco would portray legendary Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas in the final scenes of the upcoming movie, "Unitas We Stand."
The choice to cast the current Ravens signal-caller was made by Joe Unitas, the elder Unitas' son from his second marriage. But family members from Unitas' first marriage are...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco got his money after signing a mega contract extension last month, and now it looks like he got the part, or at least a small part.
The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Flacco will play portray Johnny Unitas in the final scenes of a movie about the famed Colts quarterback called “Unitas We Stand.”
Unitas son Joe spoke about the addition of...
Joe Flacco will portray former Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas in an upcoming film (Credit: AP Photo)
The past twelve months have been rather spectacular for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Not only did the quarterback lead his team to a Super Bowl victory, he also secured a six-year, $120 million extension this off-season.
Now, Flacco’s year is...
As we reported a few days ago, The Baltimore Post alleged in a column that Ravens head coach John Harbaugh did not want Ed Reed back.
Now according to Kevin Byrne, senior vice president, public & community relations for the Ravens, the Ravens and John Harbaugh did want Ed Reed back, and Byrne wanted to make that perfectly clear in a story recently posted on the team website...
It’s the hundred million dollar net worth version of “I don’t like you; you’re not coming to my birthday party” and it represents a slow news cycle in the NFL that we’re taking the time to discuss the matter but it seems that the Baltimore Ravens are still in a snit over the Orioles refusal to accommodate their Thursday Night Football season opener, and their also calling...
Former Ravens LB Brendon Ayanbadejo said up to four NFL players could soon be coming out as gay, looking to alleviate the individual “backlash.”