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With salary constraints, how about a cap discount for returning players?

As we pass through the winter lull after the Super Bowl, we are starting to see the first activity of the 2015 season, beginning with the arrival of the scouting combine. This event attracts the decision-makers of NFL teams as they look to evaluate the raw talent of hopeful prospects in the upcoming draft. Aside from watching aspiring young players, this event also brings those decision...
Via PhinManiacs
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Ravens Owner: ‘I had an Absolute Crappy Year’

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti isn’t ignoring the fact that his organization didn’t necessarily have the best year. From the entire Ray Rice scandal to the PR issues that came with it, Baltimore simply didn’t show itself in the best of light. Speaking up on this past season, the much-maligned owner had this to say (via ESPN.com). It was my worst year as an owner. I...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens owner concerned Smith might try to break the bank

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith will either re-sign with the team prior to free agency or hit the open market on March 10th. Without knowing what attention Smith might draw from other teams should he be given the option to test the free agency, the powers to be in Baltimore are worried he might possibly drive up a price tag which the Ravens do not necessarily want to...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens' Steve Bisciotti: 2014 'my worst year as an owner'

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Steve Bisciotti had his "worst year" as owner of the Baltimore Ravens in 2014 because of off-the-field issues, most notably the arrest and subsequent release of running back Ray Rice. Although the Ravens went 10-6 and won a playoff game, Bisciotti looks back at the season with disdain. Reflecting on Tuesday, Bisciotti said, "It was my worst year as an owner....
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens' Steve Bisciotti : 2014 was 'worst' year owning team

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Steve Bisciotti had his ''worst year'' as owner of the Baltimore Ravens in 2014 because of off-the-field issues, most notably the arrest and subsequent release of running back Ray Rice. Although the Ravens went 10-6 and won a playoff game, Bisciotti looks back at the season with disdain. Reflecting on Tuesday, Bisciotti said, ''It was my worst year as an owner...
Via AP on Fox
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Brandon Marshall cryptically hinting towards a Ravens signing?

This slipped past me somehow, however it sure is interesting. We all saw the Late For Work column about Brandon Marshall and his alleged conversations with John Harbaugh — at the time, it was an interesting — if not odd, and borderline tampering — article.  Well, it may not be unfounded. Here’s the Ravens’ tweet: LFW: Brandon Marshall asked Harbaugh about playing for...
Via cover32 - Ravens
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti fares only so-so in Power Rankings

In any business, success or failure tends to trickle down from the top. This is certainly the case in the National Football League. Teams with solid ownership are the ones that inevitably compete for championships year in and year out, while franchises with less stable structures at the top are typically mired in mediocrity or stuck in the cellar. That’s what makes cover32′s...
Via cover32 - Ravens
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens ‘understand and respect’ Jamal Lewis’ decision to sell gifted Super Bowl ring

While Jamal Lewis was not on the Ravens team that won Super Bowl Super Bowl XLVII, he was presented a ring by owner Steve Bisciotti as a member of the franchise’s Ring of Honor. Lewis’ ring was recently sold at an auction for over $50,000. Lewis did not choose sell the gifted ring because of...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Ravens RB Lewis auctions off gift Super Bowl ring

BALTIMORE (AP) Former Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis has auctioned a Super Bowl ring he received as a gift from team owner Steve Bisciotti. The item received a winning bid of $50,820 on Goldin Auctions. The Ravens say Lewis sold the ring because he's having money problems, and they're OK with his decision. The ring celebrates Baltimore's Super Bowl victory over San Francisco...
Via AP on Fox
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Jamal Lewis auctions off Super Bowl ring Ravens gave him as gift

Jamal Lewis won one Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens in 2001, but the former All-Pro running back has two championship rings. Or, should we say, Lewis had two championship rings. After the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII two years ago, team owner Steve Bisciotti gave Lewis and fellow Ravens Ring of Honor members Michael...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens Super Bowl ring that belonged to Jamal Lewis auctioned for $50,000

Retired Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis wasn't a member of the last Ravens team to win a Super Bowl two years ago. But as a member of the club's Ring of Honor, Lewis received a Super Bowl ring from Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. Those gaudy Super Bowl rings can be worth a lot of money. How much? We can say for certain that Lewis' ring is worth $50,820 -- because that's how...
Via Fox Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

What will Ravens do with Haloti Ngata in 2015 ?

Haloti is staying in shape this winter– he intends to be playing somewhere in the league (if not in Baltimore) for a lot of dough. The Ravens brain trust is huddled up in their Florida getaway with owner Sreve Bisciotti this week…and one big item on the agenda is whether they can restructure All-Pro tackle Haloti Ngata’s contract in 2015… Whether or not the Ravens can...
Via Ravens Football Machine
23 days ago  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh: Bill Belichick’s Recommendation For Ravens Job ‘Meant Everything’

The New England Patriots might not have to face John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens so often if it wasn’t for Bill Belichick. Way back in 2008, the New England Patriots head coach gave Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti a call to recommend Harbaugh for Baltimore’s open head coaching job. Since then, the Pats and the Ravens have met in the playoffs three...
Via NESN.com
January 08, 2015  |  Discuss

ESPN’s Ravens report questioned over text messages

ESPN’s Outside the Lines report from Don Van Natta and Kevin Van Valkenburg into the Baltimore Ravens and their handling of the Ray Rice case was a bombshell.  The reporters put together a deeply-sourced, thorough timeline of what Ravens officials knew and when they knew it. Predictably, the franchise came out and strongly denied several points in the OTL report.  Ravens owner...
Via Awful Announcing
September 24, 2014  |  Discuss

ESPN admits to paraphrasing text messages between Ray Rice and Steve Bisciotti

When ESPN’s Outside the Lines released its bombshell report that exposed the Baltimore Ravens for allegedly covering up the Ray Rice elevator video, one of the most interesting chunks of information involved some text messages that team owner Steve Bisciotti sent to Rice after releasing him. The general idea of Bisciotti’s offer to Rice was […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Bisciotti says Ray Rice is trying to muddy the waters

David Ginsburg, WEEI: Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti refuted a report suggesting he and other team officials tried to persuade the NFL to be lenient on Ray Rice after the running back was arrested in February for knocking out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator.Their accusations didn't jibe with what we know is fact," said Bisciotti.The only thing missing in this...
Via Patriots Life
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

ESPN standing by Ravens reporting in wake of team denial

The NFL has sure had their fair share of crisis-mode press conferences in the last week.  Baltimore Ravens took their turn under the intense spotlight with owner Steve Bisciotti holding what amounted to an open forum with the media to combat the pipebomb dropped by ESPN’s Outside the Lines. Like Roger Goodell’s press conference before him, the response to Bisciotti was not...
Via Awful Announcing
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Monday's Sports In Brief

NFL OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti disputed a report suggesting he and other team officials tried to persuade the NFL to be lenient on Ray Rice after the running back was arrested in February for knocking out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator. Bisciotti, who rarely met with the media before the Rice saga, said he felt it necessary to respond...
Via AP on Fox
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

"Nobody's Losing A Job Here"

Best Boss EverAnd that, in a nutshell, is what the NFL really thinks about domestic abuse issues.The money quote above is from Ravens' owner Steve Bisciotti about Ricegate, and, well, it's just that. The Ravens' front office can rest easy, because their boss has their back. Mistakes were made, horrible, horrible mistakes that can never, ever be made again, and will never, ever be...
Via Five Tool Tool
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti Is My New Favorite Public Speaker

  I picture Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti being a guy who enjoys a nice scotch and a cigar when he gets home from...
Via Busted Coverage
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Here's the Ravens' 15-point rebuttal to ESPN's investigative report

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti spoke to the media Monday, regarding the ESPN "Outside the Lines" report from Friday that detailed "purpose misdirection" by the team in the handling of the Ray Rice case. Shortly before the press conference -- which lasted 47 minutes and pretty thoroughly explained the team's thoughts on the report -- the Ravens released a 15-point rebuttal...
Via Fox Sports
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Bisciotti releases text messages he shared with Ray Rice

The Baltimore Ravens released a lengthy statement on Monday addressing the recent Outside the Lines bombshell report that exposed the team for allegedly covering up the Ray Rice video to protect their former star running back. One of the biggest accusations from the ESPN report was that Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti offered Rice a job with […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Bisciotti Presser Was Unimpressive According To Twitter

Steve Bisciotti's press conference was rolled over by some supremely snarky Twitter reactions. Let's take a look!
Via Gamedayr
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Ravens Owner: “Ray Rice Can Work For Me”

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti did his best to spin the Ray Rice fiasco into a positive for the organization. Bisciotti made it clear that it was Rice’s darkest moment and that he’d never play for the Ravens again.  Bisciotti did make it clear though that he didn’t try to blackmail Rice when he exchanged text with Rice after releasing him. At his press conference...
Via Thacover2
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Steve Bisciotti Says He “Wasn’t Concerned Or Interested Enough” To Demand Ray Rice Video

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti held a press conference in Baltimore on Monday to address the Outside The Lines investigative report that claims the Ravens attempted to cover up the Ray Rice domestic assault. The report claims that many people in the Ravens organization – including Bisciotti, general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh – knew what was contained on...
Via Next Impulse Sports
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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