Bob Haynie: The Panthers Will Be SuperThe Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos will meet on Sunday at Levi's Stadium to determine the kings of the NFL world for the 2015 season.
105.7 The Fan Personalities Share Super Bowl PredictionsHere are the Super Bowl 50 predictions from some of our 105.7 The Fan personalities.
Bob Haynie: Stone And Terps Swat Away NebraskaLed by Melo Trimble's 20 points and Diamond Stone's double-double, the Terps emerged with a 70-65 triumph for their 20th win of the season.
Bob Haynie: Terps Need To Get Tougher On The BoardsMaryland has grabbed only 180 offensive boards and they average 9.0 per game.
Bob Haynie: Orioles Should Crush HR's On OffenseGiven the uncertain state of the starting rotation, the Baltimore Orioles may need all of the offensive firepower they can get.
Haynie: Marchibroda Impacted The NFLTed Marchibroda died this past Saturday at the age of 84 at his home in Virginia. He spent over 50 years in the NFL as player, coach and broadcaster.
Haynie: After 5-11 Debacle, Offseason Begins For The RavensThe Baltimore Ravens finished their 2015 NFL season with a 24-16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Sunday's defeat at Paul Brown Stadium left the Ravens with a disappointing final record of 5-11.
Mike Locksley Talks Terps Football On Sports RehabHead Coach of the Maryland Terrapins, Mike Locksley, joined Sports Rehab with Bob Haynie to recap last weeks loss and preview this weeks game against Iowa.
Bob Haynie: Jimenez Matches '14 Win Total As Birds Beat Red SoxTuesday's win gave Ubaldo Jimenez his sixth win of the season. The six wins matches his total for the entire 2014 season.
Bob Haynie: Ravens Can Grab Control On SundayThe Baltimore Ravens will have a big chance to take control of the AFC North over the next two weeks.
Bob Haynie: Orioles Celebrate A Glorious WeekendAnother celebration was taking place at Camden Yards as the Orioles won three of four games from the New York Yankees to reduce their magic number for clinching the AL East to three.
James Ihedigbo Speaks About Locker Room Conduct And Banning 'N-word'The NFL is not a typical workplace. To socialize it, ban words, and make it more 'humane' cannot happen, according to Ihedigbo.