With the fingerprints and lip marks still fresh on the Lombardi trophy, Baltimore was already looking ahead to the 2013 season and beyond by beginning to retool the roster.
NFL players from across the country descend on Baltimore, honored for their courage and chosen by their teammates. A Ravens Super Bowl star and a brand new Raven were recognized Monday night.
We in the media always complain about players giving us “Coach Speak”, then a player speaks his mind and we tell him he should keep his mouth shut. I actually agree with most of his comments…
Vinny & Rob show, LIVE from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, are joined by Greg Cossell of NFL Films.
The Baltimore Ravens carried off the Lombardi Trophy. Their beaten opponent has a better chance of doing it next season.
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.
Scenes and observations from the NFL’s annual Super Bowl media day — interviews with players and team personnel from the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers on the field at the Superdome:
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs respects and understands President Barack Obama’s opinion about the dangers of football — and hesitation about having a child play.
The Baltimore Ravens’ reputation for trash-talking arrived at the Super Bowl before they did.
A Manti Te’o roundup, Terrell Suggs and Wes Welker’s wife actually say what everyone else is thinking – plus, Kris Humphries gets qwned via Twitter in this week’s That Thing You Missed! by: @TaraLipinsky Kris […]
As Terrell Suggs made his way to his seat for his first media appearance of Super Bowl week, a member of the Baltimore Ravens’ PR staff pointed in the linebacker’s direction and whispered to a colleague: “I think somebody should be here.”
Ravens fans aren’t the only ones giddy about the team’s road to the Super Bowl. Ravens players are too.