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NFL Refs Approve Deal, Ready For Sunday Games

NFL referees are ready to become unnoticed again, just as they prefer.


Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens Defeat Cleveland Browns 23-16

The regular NFL officials returned to cheers, and the Baltimore Ravens sustained the feel-good vibe in the stadium by defeating the Cleveland Browns 23-16 on Thursday night.


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Blog: Overrated

For about a half of a decade, some people around the National Football League and even fans here have been very critical of Baltimore Ravens quarterback, Joe Flacco. When the criticism of Flacco starts, he’s often […]

105.7 The Fan–09/14/2012

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Art Modell’s Family Announces Funeral, Public Memorial

The public is invited to pay their respects to former Ravens owner and humanitarian Art Modell.


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Rob Long: Ravens Take A Step Forward

The Ravens are going to be a much better offensive team in 2012, but it looks like defensive coordinator Dean Pees will have to be creative with his schemes to hide some of the deficiencies.

105.7 The Fan–08/25/2012

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Court: Former NFL Punter Eligible For Workers Comp

Longtime-NFL punter Tom Tupa is eligible for workers compensation for a career-ending back injury he suffered while warming up for a preseason game in 2005 at FedEx Field while playing for the Washington Redskins, Maryland’s highest court ruled on Wednesday.


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Pick-A-Side: NFL Cheerleader Battle

Which NFL team’s cheerleaders do you like best?


Training Camp

Baltimore Ravens Training Camp Begins For Quarterbacks & Rookies

Hopefully, you are ready for some Ravens football. Tuesday marked opening day of training camp.


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Ray Rice Signs New 5-Year Contract

The Baltimore Ravens signed running back Ray Rice to a five-year contract Monday afternoon worth a reported $40 million; $25 million is guaranteed.


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Thousands Of Football Players Suing The NFL Alleging Cover-Up Of Brain Injuries

Thousands of football players team up against the National Football League (NFL). They say the League hid the dangers of brain injuries on the field. Now, some are paying with their lives.


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Former Raven Jamal Lewis Joins Ranks Of Retired Athletes In Debt

A former Ravens star is in the middle of a financial mess. Jamal Lewis’ bankruptcy case is moving forward.


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Rob Long: Follow The Money

…to the majority of the country, college football is only second to the National Football League.

105.7 The Fan–05/21/2012