The NFL Playoffs are never without their story lines. In the career of an NFL player/coach, one has the opportunity to form friendships that go deeper than football. So is the case with Chuck Pagano and the Baltimore Ravens. Though the two will face off for a chance to play in the divisional round, the relationships that connect the two parties are special indeed.
Colts coach Chuck Pagano is already ditching his doctor’s advice.
The Baltimore Ravens hope being healthy and rested will help them in the playoffs.
A former Ravens coach–now head coach for the Indianapolis Colts–is fighting back against cancer. There is promising news that coach Chuck Pagano is beating leukemia.
The Ravens have always been a family. And when one of their own is hurting, they are all hurting. And while Pagano may be a member of the Indianapolis Colts, the players in Owings Mills will always consider Pagano a Raven.
Pagano is now head coach with the Colts
Colts coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with leukemia and is expected to be hospitalized six to eight weeks as he undergoes treatment.
Next week the Ravens are off to Westminster, sorry make that the castle in Owings Mills. Anyway, training camp opens next week with John Harbaugh’s Mighty Men aiming for a 5th straight trip to the playoffs and the second Super Bowl appearance in the teams 17 year history.
New coach Chuck Pagano is returning to his past to rebuild the Colts.
The Baltimore Ravens have signed former Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Don Martindale to be their linebackers coach.
We’ve been allowing the sour taste of defeat to linger because somehow we know that losing in the AFC Championship game is better than losing 95 games come summer.
The Baltimore Ravens moved quickly to address their vacant defensive coordinator position, naming linebackers coach Dean Pees as the team’s new defensive leader. Coach Harbaugh also announced that the team will be retaining Cam Cameron.