CBS’ James Brown gave a very poignant essay yesterday on the subject of domestic abuse before the Ravens beat the Pittsburgh Steelers last night. In case you missed it, here’s the transcript. Brown also had a very revealing exclusive interview with Baltimore Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti; which aired in the pre-game show.
In can you missed that, here’s the gist of it, courtesy...
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti seems to have a conflicting account with their General Manager Ozzie Newsome on whether or not Ray Rice lied in his interview with the NFL and Roger Goodell.
According to Pro Football Talk, Newsome, who was in the room during Rice’s meeting with the NFL, has been on the record saying that Rice didn’t lie about what happened in that elevator. Bisciotti...
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, while guilty of hypocrisy and carelessness like everyone else who is directly tied to the Ray Rice situation, has done a better job of handling his side of the public relations nightmare than NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. On Wednesday, Bisciotti basically admitted that he had blinders on when he first […]
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti held a town hall style meeting with all employees in which they were invited to ask questions about how the organization handled the Ray Rice situation.
#Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti held a town hall-style meeting with his employees yesterday, inviting them to ask anything they wanted.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 11, 2014
Steve Bisciotti apparently believes that Ravens fans deserve a better explanation of why the Ray Rice domestic violence incident was so grossly mishandled, so he wrote a personal letter, which is now on the team site. He offers a detailed explanation of the Ravens fact finding procedures throughout the investigation and apologizes for the team dropping the ball.
Sept. 9, 2014
Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro.
Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
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The Ravens appreciated the security provided by the New Orleans police throughout the Super Bowl and thanked them with a gift.
Steve Bisciotti wants a Super Bowl to call his own.
When the Ravens won their only Super Bowl in 2001, majority owner Art Modell proudly thrust the trophy into the air to celebrate. Bisciotti, who had purchased a small portion of the team a few months earlier, had little involvement in the proceedings.
Bisciotti gained majority ownership in 2004 and has since been doing his best...
Via AP on Fox
January 31, 2013
Contract talks and negotiations are huge part of the business side in the NFL. It’s a side, however, Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti chooses not to engage in. “I’ve never sat in a negotiation and I never will,” Bisciotti said last week at the Ravens end-of-season press conference. via BaltimoreRavens.com. This is a prime example [...]
Here in Baltimore, we’re lucky enough to have one of the best owners not only in the NFL, but in all of sports. Steve Bisciotti is local to the area (grew up in Severna Park), a Baltimore fan through and through, lets his football people do their jobs (instead of meddling like that midget down route 95), and is extremely likable and accessible to the media (unlike that troll in...