He’s got the voice and Ravens Nation got to hear it live. The new Ravens National Anthem singer performed in front of tens of thousands of fans during Monday’s open practice.
It’s time to break out the purple! Monday, fans thirsty for the football season got a taste as the Ravens took the field for a special open practice. From the drills to all the plays, fans saw it all for free.
Football season is just around the corner. The Ravens are getting back on the field Monday night for a special practice, one that you can see! Players will be taking the field at M&T Bank Stadium at 7 p.m.
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun joins Scott & Jeremy for a full update from the castle in Owings Mills.
The Ravens began selling single-game tickets on Friday and the first four home games sold out in half an hour.
“I think Cincinnati is the best team in the division, but for some reason the Ravens and Steelers have their number, and they seem to have a psychological advantage over the Bengals each time they play,” Wilcots added.
The Ravens may have that advantage on the field, but off it, there have been some issues. In regards to Ray Rice’s situation, Wilcots made a point that most Ravens fans have expressed in the last several days.
Marty Bass has Coffee With Rob Reiner about his new movie “And So It Goes.” Mike Schuh has People Are Talking about Ravens events.
The NFL slaps Ravens star running back Ray Rice with a two game suspension.
Brent Harris of Comcast Sportsnet joined Glenn and Bob on Sports Rehab to discuss the opening of Ravens training camp and the announcement the Ray Rice suspension.
Finally after weeks of waiting and antsy fans, the word comes out that Ray Rice is suspended for two games. Just TWO GAMES. All of the NFL analysts have been thinking that he would be suspended for four games. Rice and the Ravens are pretty lucky.
Ozzie Newsome and Ray Rice release statement’s about the star running back’s two-game suspension.
A shocking video has outraged Ravens Nation. A Cleveland Browns fan taped himself urinating on the grave of former Ravens owner Art Modell. Ravens fans are outraged that someone would deface the memory of a man who meant so much to Maryland. Now Baltimore County police are investigating whether a crime was committed.