Super Bowl XLVII
Roger Goodell came to the podium to congratulate the Ravens on their Super Bowl win. He also thanked the city of New Orleans for hosting the Super Bowl.
I got to know Jack Harbaugh years ago when his son started in Baltimore. Now, the proudest dad in the NFL, and a former college coach, sits down to preview a “nerve racking ” Super Sunday in New Orleans.
Super Bowl advertisers are no longer keeping television spots a secret until the Big Game. Instead, they’re releasing online snippets of their ads or longer video trailers that allude to the action in the Game Day spot.
Kevin Van Valkenburg joined Glenn on Wednesday night’s show to discuss his article on Ed Reed. Within the article Kevin delved into the behind the scenes leadership that Ed Reed provides to the Ravens. “If […]
Former NFL wide receiver and finalist for the NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2013 Cris Carter joined Vinny & Rob on Radio Row.
Jerry Coleman joined Glenn Younes on Tuesday nights show to go over today’s Super Bowl Media Day.
Glenn caught up with his old colleague Andrew Bogush, who is now the co-host on the John Feinstein show on CBS Sports Radio, in which Andrew gave his view on the Ravens versus the 49ers.
Hey, we all know that bad coaches get fired, what you may not know is good coaches usually get fired and even great coaches. If history is any indication John Harbaugh should be fired…
Super Bowl XLVII is almost here, and now that the Ravens and 49ers are dealing with all the festivities of this week, this will be the challenging part.
After a regular season in which they finished 17th overall in total defense, the Baltimore Ravens have been playing to their more accustomed level in the 2012 playoffs.
The Baltimore Ravens have arrived in the Big Easy!
Faidley’s crab cakes vs Napa Valley wine. Maryland senators made a friendly wager with California senators on the outcome of Super Bowl XLVII.