Calling this season a “failure” because his team missed the playoffs, Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti says changes will made this offseason but a radical makeover will not be necessary.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti reacts to the passing of former Colts-great Art Donovan.
I said over the weekend on my sports program that the Baltimore Ravens organization led by Owner Steve Bisciotti reminds me of the San Francisco 49ERS of the 80s and early-mid 90s who was once owned by Eddie DeBartolo Jr.
You could explain the reasons each player was either traded, released or not re-signed when it comes to Reed, Pollard and Boldin. Those would be age/salary cap, lack of pass defense and salary cap.
Zinno believes that this is the Ravens problem and that they should “pound sand.”
Baltimore Ravens Columnist John Eisenberg Talks Ravens Offseason, contracts and casualties.
The Ravens season concluded with the annual “State of the Team” address and the top priority was to see if the team can work out a long-term contract with franchise quarterback and Super Bowl MVP, Joe Flacco.
Four days after the Ravens’ Super Bowl win, the lockers are cleaned out and the team is looking ahead. And Baltimore football fans are already hoping for a repeat.
Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco tells David Letterman the time has come for him to start talking contract with the Baltimore Ravens.
Steve Bisciotti is wearing a plaid sports jacket, crisp checkered shirt and multicolored pocket square. Sunglasses hang from the jacket pocket, and the Super Bowl ring he earned 12 years earlier sits heavily and prominently on his right hand.
The NFL became America’s game under a collection of shrewd businessmen that included some of the biggest names in league history: Pete Rozelle, Vince Lombardi, Dan Rooney and arguably the most influential of all — Art Modell.
Some people would say Annapolis is Redskins country.