Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore Ravens’

Michael Vick leading Eagles QB competition?

In today’s Three and Out: Michael Vick is strengthening his hold on the top QB spot; the Ravens lose another TE and the Saints sign another WR.

Ray Rice not worried about losing carries

In today’s Three and Out: Ray Rice is okay with losing some carries; Maurice Jones-Drew says he’s feeling better and Keenan Allen is itching to start.

Vikings would like to lessen Peterson’s workload

In today’s Three and Out: The Vikings could lessen Adrian Peterson’s load; Joe Flacco appears to have a new favorite target and time is working against Antonio Gates.

NFL fantasy football: DeMarco Murray still out of OTAs

In today’s Three and Out: DeMarco Murray still isn’t on the field; Isaiah Pead is trying to get on the field and the Ravens might seek another WR to put on the field.

NFL fantasy: Jets reportedly enamored with Geno Smith

In today’s Three and Out: the QB battles in New York and Oakland are heating up and Ray Rice wants to catch even more passes in Baltimore.

NFL fantasy football: Ravens seeking receivers

In today’s Three and Out: the Ravens are seeking more pass-catchers; the Giants are trying to re-sign a current one and the Browns hope to develop one.

NFL fantasy football: Steelers seeking another RB

In today’s Three and Out: The Steelers want a No. 1 running back; Torrey Smith wants to be a No. 1 receiver and the Raiders are still seeking a No. 1 quarterback.

31 Reasons why NFL teams hate the Patriots

If you didn’t know any better, you’d believe Terrell Suggs doesn’t care for the Patriots. Suggs has called the Patriots “arrogant pricks” in the past and on Thursday, he told Boston radio station WEEI the Patriots don’t “respect anybody,” and he “guarantees the other 31 teams hate the New England Patriots.” All 31 teams Terrell? Hyperbole much? But when you think about it, Suggs does have a point. So with the help of the intrepid Alex Gelhar and Adam Rank, we look for 31 reasons why every team hates the New England Patriots. ————————————————————————————————————————————– AFC: ————————————————————————————————————————————– 1. Buffalo Bills ————————————————————————————————————————————– The Patriots had a surplus of quarterbacks after the 2001 season, so, of course, the Bills ended up with Drew Bledsoe and not […]

City of Baltimore to fete its Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens will celebrate their Super Bowl XLVII win with a parade on Tuesday at 11 a.m. ET. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake shared details in a radio interview on Sunday.  The parade is expected to begin at City Hall and end at M&T Bank Stadium. The mayor also released the following statement: “The Baltimore Ravens once again demonstrated strength, poise, and perseverance as they prevailed in Super Bowl XLVII. On behalf of the people of Baltimore, I want to congratulate Steve Bisciotti, Ozzie Newsome, Coach John Harbaugh and the players for bringing another Lombardi Trophy to our great city.”

Jacoby Jones among those setting Super Bowl records on Sunday

Super Bowl XLVII was one wild ride in New Orleans, and several Super Bowl records were set or tied in the Baltimore Ravens’ 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

Super Bowl predictions reveal NFL players’ sentimental favorite

Ask a representative sampling of NFL players who’s going to win Super Bowl XLVII, and you’ll get some interesting insight into these guys.

Denver mayor does the Ray Lewis ‘squirrel dance’

Denver mayor Michael Hancock finally settled his debt to the city of Baltimore — and to the Ray Lewis dance gods.

Super Bowl XLVII: Players To Root For

Is your favorite team out of Super Bowl XLVII? Find someone else to root for with the help of this guide.

Ten Easy Super Bowl Party Tips

By: Michelle Lynn Buckley Let’s be honest, if it came down to bare essentials, you could have a successful Super Bowl party with a big screen TV, a bowl of chips, and a room of your pals.  But wouldn’t it be nice to bump it up to the next level and be the party of the year?  Of course it would! Here are our Top Ten Tips for a touchdown of a time:

The NFL “Goat Guide” for championship weekend

Year after year, when a team loses a big game the fans, and sometimes players, anoint a scapegoat, or more simply a goat, to carry the blame. Let’s take a look at the 2011 goats, and who might steal their crown in 2012.

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