Bernard Pierce, RB, Baltimore Ravens
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Bernard Pierce, in my mind, has taken away the title of being the best backup in the NFL from Ben Tate. Pierce was so good in his first year as the change-of-pace back in Baltimore that I believe if the Ravens could get out from Ray Rice’s...
The Ravens injury report from Friday had running back Bernard Pierce listed as questionable after he turned in a limited session at practice. Pierce did not practice Thursday but was also limited Wednesday. He has been dealing with a knee injury, which he re-aggravated in the third quarter of the teams 38-35 double overtime win against the Broncos last Saturday. Pierce, however...
Bernard Pierces last carry in the Ravens 38-35 win in double overtime against the Denver Broncos in Saturdays AFC Divisional round occurred in the third quarter, but the rookie running back said he will not miss Sundays AFC championship at the New England Patriots.
Pierce injured his knee, gaining just 14 yards on five carries after leading the offense in rushing in each...
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and running back Bernard Pierce are active for the AFC divisional playoffs against the Denver Broncos on Saturday.
Smith (back) and Pierce (knee) were limited in practice this week.
Return specialist Trindon Holliday (ankle) returns to the field for Denver after missing the regular season finale against Kansas City.
The Broncos will...
Via AP on Fox
January 12, 2013
When the Baltimore Ravens selected Bernard Pierce in the 3rd round many assumed he would enter the season as Ray Rice’s backup. But after missing the Ravens first preseason game and a sub-par showing in his debut on Friday, suddenly the job is up for grabs.
Pierce carried the ball four times for just one yard, however he did a lot more running than his stats indicate. Piece initially...
It can be argued that the 2012 Baltimore Ravens running back core is the best in team history and starting running back Ray Rice should be worried, for two reasons. Anthony Allen, Bernard Pierce, Bobby Rainey and Damien Berry are fiercely competing for a chance to back up Rice, and you can bet that whoever gets [...]
Third-round draft pick RB Bernard Pierce left the field during the first hour of Tuesday's practice with a Ravens staff member. It appeared he sustained a lower body injury. Pierce, who's competing for the No. 2 spot, hasn't returned to practice. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails
The Baltimore Ravens drafted power back Bernard Pierce to play behind Ray Rice.
Pierce is listed at 6’0 and 218 lbs and timed at a 4.49 40-time, and having scored 27 touchdowns for Temple last year is expected to come in a be a short-yardage and goal-line specialist while also giving Ray Rice some much needed breathers throughout games.
Pierce may eventually steal some early...
The Baltimore Ravens agreed to a four-year contract with third-round rookie running back Bernard Pierce according to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times. The Ravens traded their third-round draft pick, 91st overall, and a fifth-round pick, 164th overall, to theAtlanta Falcons to move up seven spots to obtain their likely primary backup to Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice. Although...
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The Baltimore Ravens selected running back Bernard Pierce in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Pierce is a tough power runner who excels in short-yardage situations. Is worth targeting as stud Ray Rices handcuff in Baltimore, and could end up vulturing some touchdowns at the goal-line, hence adding to his value.