Matt Birk was done a year ago, ready to retire.
Baltimore is a blue collar town with a blue collar quarterback.
The Ravens came out of a three-game losing streak to make it to the big game in The Big Easy.
The only one reason why Matt Birk brought his aching knees and battered body to training camp for a 15th NFL season was to get to the Super Bowl.
When the Baltimore Ravens last went to the Super Bowl, Art Modell was the owner, Brian Billick served as head coach and Trent Dilfer was the starting quarterback.
The Ravens have certainly overcome adversity this season. With the passing of former owner Art Modell, the loss Torrey Smith’s brother, battling through the injuries, and of course this being Ray Lewis’s last season.
The Ravens are at the cusp of a 5th consecutive playoff berth. Often times in the postseason, it’s the team with the most experience that is able to come out on top. There aren’t too many players with the experience of Ravens C Matt Birk. Finishing his 15th season in the NFL, Birk has proven that experience often times trumps youth.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo was delighted to learn that the majority of Maryland voters shared his opinion on same sex marriage.
Ravens center Matt Birk joined The Norris & Davis Show to preview the Ravens/Browns game Sunday afternoon in Cleveland.
Another Baltimore Ravens player is speaking out about same-sex marriage, but this time, it’s in opposition.
School shopping has just begun for some parents but others are checking the job off their lists, thanks to Ravens player Matt Birk.
Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed skipped the Baltimore Ravens’ mandatory minicamp Tuesday.