“When you talk Mt. Rushmore, you don’t talk about 3 or 4 years. You talk a career.”
I was looking at his place in Ravens history, and the story it tells is the amazing lack of productivity out of the receivers position.
After one Super Bowl appearance, 2 Pro Bowls, 3 AFC Championship appearances, 4 teams and 15 seasons, Derrick Mason will forever live in Ravens lore. The former Baltimore receiver joined the Norris & Davis Show to talk about his decision to go out in purple, following his formal retirement announcement Monday in Owings Mills.
Derrick Mason stepped into retirement Monday as a member of the Baltimore Ravens, the team that provided the sure-handed wide receiver the biggest thrills and most significant friendships over his 15-year NFL career.
Wide receiver Derrick Mason appears ready to head into retirement as a member of the Baltimore Ravens.
Derrick Mason was on the show on Monday and said he’d like to retire a Raven. My guess is he will submit his retirement paperwork and then come up here for a press conference.
Former Ravens WR Derrick Mason joined The Norris & Davis Show to talk NFL Bounties.
Former Ravens receiver Derrick Mason joined The Norris & Davis Show to recap the AFC Championship game (was it a drop????) and preview the Super Bowl.
Former Ravens Receiver Derrick Mason joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss all things Ravens & NFL…Flacco/Cameron, The Kick & More.
Former Ravens WR Derrick Mason, the Ravens all-time leader in receptions, retired this morning. He told various media outlets yesterday but made it official today with The Norris & Davis Show.
Derrick Mason announced his retirement yesterday and joined The Scott Garceau Show to look back on his great career.
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.