Now that the careers of Jonathan Ogden, Ray Lewis and Ed Reed are finished in Baltimore (at least it seems unlikely Reed will ever play here again), what about retiring their numbers?
Dozens of lucky fans own a bit of NFL history now.
The first original Raven is going to Canton.
Jonathan Ogden discusses his Hall of Fame career here in Baltimore
Single-season sacks leader Michael Strahan and two players who tried to block him are among 15 modern-era finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Many fans are heading out to Denver for the AFC Divisional playoff game.
Sometime in January the Pro Football Hall of Fame will announce the 15 Modern Era Finalists for the class of 2013. Baltimore is well represented with 3 hoping to make the cut from the semi-final list of 25 to the final 15.
Jonathan Ogden is the original Raven, the first draft pick in franchise history has a good shot to be the first true Raven inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Will Ray Lewis be back in the lineup on Sunday? A bad case of turf toe is keeping him sidelined.
George Clooney’s publicist confirms what many Ravens fans saw when the actor was spotted in Baltimore.
Scott Garceau weighs in on MacPhail’s tenure, Carson Palmer, the passing of Pat Modell, the NBA Lockout & more…
Ten years ago, Pitner treated now-23-year-old paramedic candidate Morgan Kupfer and his mother, Debbie Kupfer, following a car accident that nearly killed his younger brother, Ryan.
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