Man hit with life sentence for killing friend over Super Bowl bet

A seemingly innocent Super Bowl bet turned fatal. The San Francisco 49ers lost Super Bowl XLVIII to the Baltimore Ravens back in 2013. And because of that, Eddie Roberson lost a $700 bet to his close firend Talif Crowley. Days later, Roberson shot Crowley six times on a New Jersey street. Crowley died from his wounds. On Friday -- the third anniversay of the killing --, Roberson...
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Baltimore Ravens draft profile: Jalen Ramsey

After a 5-11 season, the Baltimore Ravens have the 6th pick in the NFL Draft. Baltimore has some areas of the team that need an improvement. None of those areas are more important than improving the secondary. The Ravens did actually finish 2015 by allowing the 10th fewest passing yards at 3,737 yards. However, that does not show the whole story. The Ravens allowed the 9th most passing...
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Could Earl Weaver have gotten more out of the 2015 Ravens than John Harbaugh?

This is one of those hypothetical offseason articles which may seem completely frivolous—but sometimes the mind wanders. And I got to thinking about how politically correct John Harbaugh was in 2015 in the way he handled the tough close losses and the Schindler’s List of injuries that devastated the Ravens’ roster. John handled it with total class and resignation. But what...
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Brian Billick unloads on Johnny Manziel: He is not a pro QB on or off field

Former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick sees no reason why any NFL team should sign Johnny Manziel if and when the Cleveland Browns release the 24-year-old quarterback. During an appearance on Jason Whitlock’s show on FOX Sports 1 Tuesday, Billick was asked for his thoughts on three young NFL quarterbacks — Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston and Manziel. He said he would...
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Ravens: Could there be a possible return in the making?

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit It’s rare that a Baltimore Ravens draft pick is let go without being given ample...
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Polling firm will settle the debate: Is Joe Flacco elite?

While the 2016 presidential race officially kicks off Monday night, a new poll will look to settle a familiar debate in NFL circles. Public Policy Polling, the polling firm that has been knee deep in sampling voters for the presidential campaign, is planning on asking voters if Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is indeed an elite quarterback.The question gained national notoriety...
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Steve Smith mocks Peyton Manning over lack of speed

Even on one leg, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. is confident he’s faster than Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. Not even Manning’s 12-yard scramble in the AFC championship game could change his mind. Smith, who is rehabbing from an Achilles injury, said on The Dan Patrick Show last week “it’d be a photo finish” if he and Manning ran a race. Manning...
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Ravens may make a play for Von Miller…

It would make sense for the Ravens to try to sign one of the best pass rushers in the league in his prime—Von Miller—but Denver is unlikely to let him go. Congrats to Ravens punter Sam Koch for putting on a good show at the Pro Bowl—perhaps the only good thing I can say about that dreadful exhibition game. Meanwhile the talk in RavensLand is heating up about the team’s supposed...
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Pro Bowl Highlight: The Lovely And Talented Cheerleader From The Baltimore Ravens!

The game itself is supposed to be a collection of the best players in the NFL, but you would not know it by the way they play. However, there  is a group of talented individuals at the game that actually does give it there all--the cheerleaders, a collection of some of the most beautiful women in the country.Why a team (and there are a couple) would not want to have someone like...
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Post-Senior Bowl Mock: Ravens Selection

With the sixth pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select…   Eugene Monroe has struggled to stay healthy, and he hasn’t been worth the extension the Ravens gave him when he has been healthy. The Ravens could potentially move him to guard or right tackle, but they need better production from the left tackle position. Stanley is going to give Tunsil a run for his...
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Elvis Dumervil's trip to the Pro Bowl became a comedy of disasters

Elvis Dumervil was all set for the offseason.The Baltimore Ravens linebacker was sitting pretty last Sunday, making plans to move to Florida to get started on his offseason training. However, once the conference championship games ended that night, he got a phone call saying that he had been selected to the Pro Bowl as an alternate.No problem, right? Dumervil was probably happy to...
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Former Rams coach upset with Terrell Owens being a HOF finalist

Mike Martz is not happy at the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s selection committee. Martz pulled no punches in describing how he felt when it was discovered Terrell Owens became a Hall of Fame finalist in his first year of eligibility while fellow Rams players Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt remained semifinalists in their second year of eligibility. “Surprised’ isn’t the word...
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Five first round targets for the Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens have the 6th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. This draft pick will be very important, as this player could be a Raven for a very long time. Baltimore has plenty of talent on their roster, but they do have some holes to fill. There are plenty of options for the Ravens to select from. Here are some of their targets in the first round. 1. Jalen Ramsey Ramsey, a cornerback...
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Ray Lewis’ son commits to Utah State

Former Baltimore Ravens legend Ray Lewis has two sons who are following in his footsteps. One of them will have a chance to test himself at the highest level of college football competition. A few years removed from the end of his towering NFL career, Lewis is watching his children pursue their football dreams. One of his sons, Ray Lewis III, already plays for Coastal Carolina in...
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Ravens: Secondary predictions, cornerback edition (Part one)

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Baltimore Ravens’ secondary has been a talking point since the departure of...
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QUIZ: Name the starters for the 2012 Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII-winning team

Can you name the starters for the 2012 Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl winning team?
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Ravens: The purple and black remain in the mix, even after a down year

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Baltimore Ravens might have had a down year, but they still had a few players...
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Ravens' Urschel heading to MIT for his Ph.D. this offseason

John Urschel's Baltimore Ravens teammates may have to start calling him Dr. Urschel.The team's resident math genius tweeted Tuesday that he will be begin his Ph.D. at the distinguished Massachusetts Institute of Technology this offseason. Urschel is likely already the smartest player on the Ravens team and now he's adding spectral graph theory to his resume, which is "the study...
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Catching up on Ravens after the Blizzard…

30 inches—it doesn’t sound like a paralyzing amount of snow, but it came in wet and heavy off the coast and shut down everything in and around Baltimore for four days. So what did Ravens fans miss? Not that much unless you are a salary cap whiz. That’s because the Ravens released their official list of 27 Free Agent-eligible players over the weekend… General Manager Ozzie...
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Former Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak made the right decision after all

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit After the 2014 season, the Baltimore Ravens were planning for the future and Gary...
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Steve Smith sends classy message to the Panthers

The Carolina Panthers advanced to their first Super Bowl since 2003 when they defeated the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. It certainly looks like one former Panther legend is pretty excited for the team getting back to the big game. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. was a legend when he played for the Panthers and some would say that he is one of the building blocks for...
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Ravens LB Dumervil added to Pro Bowl roster

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil has been added to the Pro Bowl roster. Dumervil was added on Monday. He becomes the fourth member of the Ravens headed to the Pro Bowl, along with guard Marshal Yanda, punter Sam Koch and long snapper Morgan Cox. This will be the second straight Pro Bowl for Dumervil. He has been selected five times over his 10-year career...
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Steve Smith Sr. congratulates Panthers on Super Bowl berth

Steve Smith Sr. is excited that the Carolina Panthers are on their way to Super Bowl 50. The Baltimore Ravens receiver played in Carolina for 13 years before being released in the spring of 2013, but his heart remains with his former team. The Panthers drafted Smith Sr. in the third round (No. 74 overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft. He was known to have game-breaking abilities but...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

The top five returning Baltimore Ravens

Although the Baltimore Ravens finished the 2015 season with a 5-11 record, they still have plenty of talented players going into 2016. Unlike most bad teams, the Baltimore roster is loaded with talent and they should be a contender next season. They had a surprisingly awful season in 2015, but a big part of that was because of injuries. Assuming everyone is at full health, here are...
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Which free agents should the Baltimore Ravens retain?

Before free agency starts and the NFL Draft comes around, teams need to figure out who they plan on re-signing. The Baltimore Ravens have plenty of players whose contracts expire this season, so Baltimore has plenty of work to do before the free agency period begins. From offense to special teams and starters to backups, the Ravens have a lot of decisions to make on who to bring...
13 days ago  |  Discuss
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