There are only two weeks left in the NFL regular season. A season that has gone haywire for the Baltimore Ravens. After a 9-2 start, the Ravens have lost three straight games.
It’s hard to win on the road in the NFL, and the Eagles are pretty good.
The NFL Network’s Albert Breer joins Hayine & Zinno with Ken Weinman filling in for Bob. Breer discusses the Ravens 2012 season, the replacement refs and the other NFL headlines.
The Norris & Davis Show tries to get answers on two scandals.
Was Saints Linebacker Jonathan Vilma offered a deal in the bounty scandal?
Is Commissioner Roger Goodell scared of Vilma and his lawsuit?
What did Terrell Suggs really tell the Ravens about his injury? Which long-term deal will get done: Rice or Flacco? What is up with Drew Brees & the Saints? These questions and more answered by ProFootballTalk.com’s Mike Florio.
The Orioles start the final three games of their 9-game, 10-day road trip Tuesday night at Fenway against the Red Sox. Jason Hammel will make another attempt at win number seven.
In case you missed it, here are the top five sport stories of the week.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh has backtracked on radio comments he made earlier Tuesday.
Mike McCann, legal expert for Sports Illustrated and professor of law at The University of Vermont, joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss some new legal issues in sports.
Men’s college basketball will crown a national champion Monday night in New Orleans. Top ranked Kentucky will play in the title game for the first time since 1998. Kansas is looking for its second national title in five years.
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