It hasn’t been a banner season for NFL officiating. In what’s seemed like just about every game this season, you could point to at least one — often times more — example of poor officiating that’s affected the game. Monday night’s game between the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns appeared to be no different. The Ravens improbably won the game on a walk-off blocked...
The Ravens defeated the Browns Monday night on a blocked field goal that was returned for a touchdown, but should the play have counted? One replay angle appeared to show that Baltimore safety Anthony Levine Sr. was lined up in the neutral zone when the ball was snapped. Levine jumped offsides and tried to get back, but it looked like his hand was still beyond the ball when he got...
Alabama’s convincing win over LSU on Saturday put the Crimson Tide in the driver’s seat for the SEC West and a College Football Playoff berth. It also forced former LSU running back Terrance Magee to have to wear enemy colors after losing a friendly wager on the game. Video of Magee donning an Alabama jacket while attempting to be coaxed into saying “Roll Tide” was posted...
WATCH: Baltimore Ravens DB Anthony Levine Blows Up Patriots Blocker and Gets in on Tackle on Punt Team
If there is one thing we can always trust the Baltimore Ravens to do it is hit. It doesn't matter if they are on offense (right Steve Smith?), defense, or special teams. Often times the best licks can be found on special teams because they are guys that are back-ups elsewhere, but still earn their keep by covering kicks and punts or on the return teams.After watching defensive back...
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Ravens starting cornerback Anthony Levine has left his team's game at Miami because of a concussion and has been ruled out for the rest of the game. Levine was hurt in the first quarter Sunday. The injury was a blow to a pass defense that ranks next to last in the NFL. --- AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP-NFL
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December 07, 2014 | Discuss
Remember this name— Anthony Levine. He just may have won himself a roster spot as the young safety doubled down to play nickel cornerback for the depleted Ravens secondary Saturday night against the 1st-team Redskins offense. And he played it extremely well. We saw a lot of pressure defense from the Ravens front seven which took a lot of heat off their secondary and at times made...
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