Veteran wide receiver Derrick Mason has decided to retire after 15 NFL seasons. Mason, 37, spent the first eight seasons of his career with the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans, later playing six seasons for the Baltimore Ravens.
In regards to Derrick Mason returning to Baltimore, Ray Lewis summed it up perfectly. “It’s not weird at all for us. It doesn’t matter. We only care what’s going on inside this building.”
The Baltimore Ravens aren’t quite done with former WR Derrick Mason after all.
John Maroon, of Maroon PR, joins the Bob and Rob Show to break down how he would handle some of the PR situations from around professional sports.
A former Raven is coming back to Baltimore a little sooner than expected, but he will be playing against the Ravens this time.
Baltimore native & former NFL defensive back Keion Carpenter joined The Norris & Davis Show to give some insight on the latest news out of the NFL.
Boisterous New York Jets coach Rex Ryan and feisty linebacker Bart Scott are preparing to face their former team, the Baltimore Ravens, so let the trash-talking and name-calling begin.
Vinny & Kenny welcome in Jets Safety Jim Leonhard to talk about the upcoming game.
Returning to Charm City on the wrong side of the field.
I think we saw Friday night what wide receiver Lee Evans can bring to this offense.
After a series of whiffs trying to upgrade the position, I feel they got the best man for the job.
Evans assumes Derrick Mason’s role as quarterback Joe Flacco’s second target behind Anquan Boldin.