Posts Tagged ‘John Harbaugh’

First and 10: Cast your Pro Bowl ballot

The time has come to nominate your Pro Bowl players for 2012. Cast your vote for the AFC and NFC’s best players at each position.

Cover Two Podcast: Newton’s job to lose?

Panthers first-overall pick Cam Newton made his first start of the preseason Friday and even though he didn’t exactly light it up against the Dolphins, it’s his job to lose. At least according to Bucky Brooks and me on our latest Cover Two Podcast.

First and 10: Miami vice causing a stir

Several high-profile NFL players can expect to get some uncomfortable questions Wednesday. A former Miami Hurricanes booster serving a 20-year prison sentence for masterminding a Ponzi scheme told Yahoo! Sports he gave money, cars, yacht trips, jewelry, televisions and other gifts to several current NFL stars. Find out all the details.

Ravens scream for ice cream

The Baltimore Ravens are currently undergoing a youth movement, so it’s only fitting that coach John Harbaugh has tried to reach through to his children, err, players by rewarding them with ice cream after practice.

Harbaughs have a laugh

With so many people packed in the Lucas Oil Stadium club-level lounge, it’s hard to know who’s exactly here at any given moment. But that situation led to the first light moment of this year’s NFL Scouting Combine.

Steelers, Packers put up impressive numbers

Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald was impressed with both the Steelers and Packers, and you should be, too. Here are some stats to amaze your friends with at your playoff viewing party on Sunday.

Steelers, Ravens classic missed just one thing

The Steelers and Ravens entertaining slugfest disguised as a AFC divisional playoff game had it all: Vitriol. Huge plays and both sides of the ball. And actual scoring.

There was only one thing missing.

Flacco: ‘It’s fitting it’s the Steelers’

Next week will be the first time in NFL history that both divisional playoff games in a conference will feature two teams from the same division.

Pick Six: Greatest divisional rivalries

Some rivalries come and go, but bitter divisional rivalries always continue to fester.

Beware of Ravens during stretch run

I’m already impressed with the direction the Ravens are going, and when it matters most in six weeks, they’re capable of being the best team in the AFC.

‘Lombardi’ draws all-star crowd for worthy cause

NEW YORK — Retired players such as Frank Gifford, Willie Lanier and Howie Long were in attendance at the Broadway play “Lombardi” Tuesday night to support, well, retired players. The NFL Family Night event honored the Player Care Foundation, which offers grants and medical programs to those who have suited up in the league to help improve their quality of life.

Whisenhunt not fantasy enemy … yet

Fantasy enthusiasts have nary a kind word for some NFL coaches. Does Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt belong on that list?

Noteworthy nuggets from Week 5

And now for our weekly look around the NFL by the numbers, taking note of most notable numbers and best performances to come out of Week 5.

Rice would have been better off inactive

One of the most unenviable places to be this morning — other than standing next to the shirtless Eagles fan like Jason La Canfora did during Fantasy Live — was sitting in front of your computer trying to decide to play Ray Rice or not.

Ray Rice set for tests on injured knee

Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters that Ray Rice didn’t sustain ligament damage in his injured knee.

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