On Super Bowl Saturday, February 1, the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014 will be announced in New York.
The arrest of Aaron Hernandez took me back in time to that Monday after the Super Bowl in January of 2000.
The FBI investigated two threats against the late Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell, but neither resulted in charges being filed.
An oddity for this Super Bowl has both teams’ former owners as finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Sports Legends Museum at Baltimore’s Camden Yards is displaying the Super Bowl XXXV trophy from 2000 to help celebrate the Baltimore Ravens’ trip to New Orleans.
Sometime in January the Pro Football Hall of Fame will announce the 15 Modern Era Finalists for the class of 2013. Baltimore is well represented with 3 hoping to make the cut from the semi-final list of 25 to the final 15.
With two of the most highly anticipated games of the season approaching against long-time rivals Pittsburgh Steelers, there’s no denying that history is in the making. Now is a great time for Baltimore fans to look back at the foundations that make up this epic team.
He brought football back to Baltimore and Tuesday, thousands paid tribute to Art Modell.
Baltimore fans are incredibly excited for Monday night’s season opener against the Bengals.
Baltimore pays it’s respects to local hero, Art Modell. A memorial in honor of the former Ravens owner is held at M&T Bank Stadium.
The public is invited to pay their respects to former Ravens owner and humanitarian Art Modell.
The NFL became America’s game under a collection of shrewd businessmen that included some of the biggest names in league history: Pete Rozelle, Vince Lombardi, Dan Rooney and arguably the most influential of all — Art Modell.