After spending 15 NFL seasons using his considerable bulk to push around opposing defensive lines, former Minnesota Vikings and Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Matt Birk is now considerably slimmer – and trying to win a modeling competition to boot.
Birk has lost 75 pounds and shed 10 inches off his waist since retiring from the NFL in February. He’s also in the running to...
Well, isn't THIS just the hottest news since the theatrical release of Mama Mia! FINALLY we get a football player from Minnesota who has shucked his brusque football persona and has finally gone over to the "pink" side. Former Minnesota Vikings center (and St. Paul native!) Matt Birk has become a male model. But not just ANY male model, NO. NO that wouldn't work...
You might remember the dude on the left in the photo above. That's former 310-pound Ravens center Matt Birk who retired after helping Baltimore win the Super Bowl last season. That dude was a big man because well in order to play on an NFL offensive line you need plenty of meat on you.
The guy on the right you know him as well. That's also former Ravens center Matt Birk...
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Matt Birk was one of the best centers in the National Football League. He appeared in every game for the Ravens from 2009 through 2012, helping the team win a Super Bowl title last February. After winning his first championship, Birk retired from the NFL. From there, he began losing […]
I can only imagine how hard it is to retire from the game you love after 15 years and have to watch the team you just left get demolished on the field. Matt Birk who went out on top following the Ravens’ Super Bowl XLVII win, seems ready to get back out there. Pretty funny stuff. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Retired Ravens center Matt Birk is joining the NFL as an appeals officer on player discipline replacing former NFL coach Art Shell.
Birk confirmed the appointment in a text message to The Baltimore Sun.
A six-time Pro Bowl selection Birk retired after the Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII victory over the San Francisco 49ers. The Harvard graduate played in the NFL for 15 seasons.
Recently retired Matt Birk will replace Art Shell as one of two appeals officers approved by the NFL and the players' union.
Birk, who played center on the Super Bowl-winning Baltimore Ravens this year before ending his 15-year career, will join Ted Cottrell in the job.
Both the league and the NFL Players Association must approve each officer, and the union's executive...
The end of each NFL is ripe with speculation. Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk, is not immune from the scuttlebutt.
In his case people consistently probe the 36-year-old for answers about his exit from the game.
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Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk passed his physical and signed a three-year deal with the team on Monday, according to the team’s official twitter feed. Birk, 35, has not missed a start since joining the Ravens prior to the start of the 2009 season, playing in 48 consecutive regular season games and seven postseason games. [...]
Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk plans to return for the 2012 season after strongly considering retirement, according to his agent, Joe Linta. Birk, 35, decided to comeback for a 14th NFL season after weighing his options following the Ravens’ 23-20 defeat to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. “Matt feels great,” agent [...]