Ravens safety Matt Elam has plenty of words to describe wide receiver Calvin Johnson, the main object of focus for Baltimore’s defensive backfield Monday night in Detroit.
They are about to become the stars of the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. Two lion cubs were born in the fall, and now WJZ has exclusive access to the adorable additions. We’re kicking off an exciting contest. You can help name them!
They’ve got looks and good health, now the latest additions at the Maryland Zoo need names!
Last week I went 5-1 and Hit my Lock of the week. So far on the season I’m 42-27-3 and 8-5 in my Locks of the week. I will still give out my picks […]
The football gods sent me a strong message last weekend: Don’t get too full of thyself.
by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here. In this week’s That Thing You Missed, a Spartan prank, A streaker is leveled by Browns security, meet baseball’s “Swag Daddy.” He’s not what you think he is and Tom Brady gets caught […]
As we approach December, things are getting interesting in both college and pro football. Bowl bids and playoff spots are on the line. Things are also getting interesting with the picks. After stinking for most […]
This wimpy half decision seems seems either a total avoidance of the problem that Suh represents or it is a grossly unfair grab of his money.
Mark Harmon talks about the Chicago Bears performance against the Detroit Lions and the tough hit Ndamukong Suh’s put on Jay Cutler.
The secondary still worries me because it is supposed to be the strongest unit on the field and Calvin Johnson had his way with them.
Brent Harris, of Comcast SportsNet, joins Haynie & Zinno to discuss the Ravens second pre-season game against the Lions.
Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson appeared in midseason form against a Baltimore Ravens defense still in preseason mode.