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- Former Ravens Pres. David Modell's Funeral To Be Held Tuesday David Modell, who served as president of the Baltimore Ravens from 1996-2004, passed away early Friday afternoon.
- Packers-Falcons, Steelers-Patriots For Super Bowl Berths Tom Brady vs. Ben Roethlisberger. Aaron Rodgers vs. Matt Ryan.
- Former Baltimore Ravens' President David Modell Dead at 55 David Modell, who served as President of the Baltimore Ravens from 1996-2004, passed away early Friday afternoon after battling cancer for almost two years.
- Garceau: Predictions, Divisional Round Picks & More Last week, Scott Garceau went 4-for-4 on his picks with all four home teams winning in the wildcard round (the year before all four home teams lost). Here’s his best guess at this weekend’s games.
- LA Rams Make McVay Youngest Head Coach In NFL History The Rams on Thursday hired McVay, who turns 31 on Jan. 24. Several hours later, ESPN.com reported the Rams have finalized a deal with 69-year-old Wade Phillips to be their defensive coordinator, although the team declined to confirm it.
- Greed Wins Out As Chargers Abandon Fans, Flee To LA The Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, which greeted the news Thursday with a collective yawn. No dancing in the streets, no long lines to buy jerseys with that spiffy new LA logo.
- Ravens Hire Greg Roman To Help Improve 'Run Game' Former Buffalo Bills and San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman will be joining the Baltimore Ravens' coaching staff as the senior offensive assistant and tight ends coach.
- Chargers Moving To LA After More Than Five Decades In San Diego The San Diego Chargers are moving to Los Angeles, where they will join the recently relocated Rams in giving the nation's second-largest media market two NFL teams for the first time in decades.
- Overlooked Players Who Could Star In The NFL Playoffs Sorensen, a former undrafted free agent out of BYU, might be listed as a backup safety, but he rarely leaves the field.
- Ravens Owner Bisciotti Hopes Continuity Leads To Playoffs In the wake of a perplexing 8-8 season that left him frustrated and disappointed, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti remains adamant in his support of coach John Harbaugh, general manager Ozzie Newsome and quarterback Joe Flacco.