Steve Davis co-hosts the Norris and Davis Show on 105.7 The Fan, and has been a staple on the Baltimore TV and radio scene since 1994. On a national level, he has reported for FOX Sports and FOX Sports Net, and hosted radio programs on SiriusXM radio. Steve has won dozens of awards throughout his career, including the National Story of the Year, an Edward R. Murrow Award, two National Headliners awards, Best Sports Anchor, Best Sports Story, Best Sports Coverage, and numerous honors from the Society of Professional Journalists.
With all the talk about the Ravens draft and people wondering who will be a good pick and who will be a bust, something occurred to me.
Finally, everyone can tear up their mock drafts and wonder where they went wrong. and we can start assessing what the Ravens and everyone else in the AFC North has.
The Orioles won again, despite a shorter than acceptable outing from a starting pitcher.
Steve Davis, who’s no huge UFC fan, went to the fights Saturday night because it was a big night in Baltimore, and wanted to see what it was all about.
I don’t think this whole issue wraps into a nice little box the way the media is trying to make it, or at least the way the media did the first couple of days.
The Ravens have a favorable start, getting their toughest divisional opponents, the Bengals and Steelers at home, and the weak one, Cleveland on the road.
In the last CBA, they decided they wanted to cut down on the work the players were being asked to do under the guise of protecting them from injury… here’s why that’s a BAD thing.
The double play just got a whole lot more complicated. The dropped ball by Ryan Flaherty is raising questions on how the transfer plays are being called.
In case you haven’t heard, the NCAA has approved another bowl game for 2015. How can that be?
Steve Davis weighs in on the Orioles advertising billboard near the Nationals Ballpark in Washington D.C.
Gary Williams going to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame is a bigger deal than the attention it is getting.
They Orioles are off to a rough start to the 2014 season but Steve Davis knows it won’t all continue, things will get better.