Found December 29, 2011 on
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
LB Ray Lewis
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs
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Ravens head coach John Harbaugh will present specially-made game balls to three season ticket holders following Thursday's practice at the team's Owings Mills training facility. The fans, who were chosen at random by a computer, will receive the balls for contributing to the Ravens' first-ever undefeated (8-0) season at home, which was capped by last Saturday's win over Cleveland.
Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron responded to Joe Flacco’s criticism that the media should get on the coaching staff for being too conservative in last Saturday’s 20-14 victory over the Cleveland Browns, adding some humor of his own. “Number one, I’m not going to listen to anything you guys say,” Cameron said in his [...]
Franchise's lean times haven't been forgotten by venerable linebackerThe Ravens have enjoyed a remarkable run of success recently, qualifying for four consecutive postseasons and five in the last six years.
The Ravens are sending seven players to the Pro Bowl and only guard Marshal Yanda won’t be a starter! It’s pretty balanced as three players are offensive and 4 players are defensive. 24-year old Ray Rice definitely deserves to go. He has played in 15 games for the Ravens so far this year and he has carried the ball 267 times for 1,173 yards (4.4 ypc) with 10 TD runs. ...
The Baltimore Ravens will send seven players to the Pro Bowl this season, six of whom will start the game for the American Football Conference. Those selected include: running back Ray Rice, fullback Vonta Leach, guard Marshal Yanda, linebacker Terrell Suggs, linebacker Ray Lewis, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and safety Ed Reed. Of the seven, [...]
Just a quick update today on the state of affairs here at The Hazean: I currently am having some issues with a recent WordPress update that is preventing my editor from acting normally. Therefore, until I can figure out a work-around, posting here will become scarce.
Which I guess is not that big of a deal since the fantasy football season pretty much ended this past weekend....
I'll give the Bengals this: 2011 has been one hell of a season. It's only fitting that the last week of the season promises to be a dramatic blow off top on a couple of levels. The first level is on the field, where the team needs to beat the holy-crap-when-will-it-end Ray Lewis era Ravens. I don't have much to add there except to say that the Bengals are perfectly...