Preston Says Flacco Needs 'To Step It Up' With New AmmunitionEd Norris and Rob Long were joined by Baltimore Sun's Mike Preston to discuss the Ravens' potential moves in the off season and what the roster may look like next fall.
Survey: Ravens QB Joe Flacco Voted Most Attractive In NFLA new survey found that Joe Flacco is the most attractive player in the NFL.
8 Quarterbacks Who Make More Money Than Tom BradyTom Brady may be the "greatest of all time" after last week's Super Bowl, but he sure isn't getting paid like it. Here is a list of eight NFL quarterbacks who make more than the Super Bowl MVP.
What Are The Odds The Ravens Will Be At Super Bowl 52?The Baltimore Ravens have received 40/1 odds to be the team hoisting the Lombardi trophy next year, which ranks right in the middle of the league at No. 16.
What Could Be The 'X Factor' In Super Bowl 51?Ed and Rob were joined by Russell Street Report's Tony Lombardi to discuss a few factors of the Super Bowl.
NFL Fans Still Don't Think Flacco Is An 'Elite' QuarterbackAn increasing number of NFL fans said Flacco is not an elite quarterback, according to a new poll taken last week and released Monday by Public Policy Polling.
MTA Gives You The Chance To Ride With Joe FlaccoA new addition to the fleet of MTA buses brings a big name along on the trip with many riders.
Ravens Quarterback To Promote Hogan's BaltimoreLink Bus PlanBaltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is promoting Gov. Larry Hogan's BaltimoreLink bus plan.
Joe Flacco Saves Super Bowl "Party Poopers" In New AdAn emotional Joe Flacco tackles the very serious issue of 'Super Bowl Party Pooping' in this clip.
Joe Flacco Set Ravens Single-Season Record For Passing YardsJoe Flacco has set the Ravens single-season record for passing yards, surpassing Vinny Testaverde's record of 4,177 yards set in 1996.
Smith, Ravens Seek An Upbeat Ending In Cincinnati"It is going to be furious, feisty," Smith said. "It is going to be fun."
Ravens Team Grades Week 16: Baltimore Eliminated From Playoffs After Loss To PittsburghThe Baltimore Ravens will once again miss the playoffs. The Ravens fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Christmas Day 31-27 ending their playoff bid as the Miami Dolphins clinched the final wild spot with a Kansas City Chiefs victory over the Denver Broncos on Christmas Night.

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