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baltimoresun.com Updated Feb 2, 2013
Several key players, including Ed Reed, Kruger, Ellerbe and Cary Williams, could join Ray Lewis on way out of Baltimore after tonight's game The vision has consumed some of them for almost a decade. During their most painful moments as Ravens, they wond…Share Tweet
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith's dramatic performance against the New England Patriots was recognized with an award Saturday night on the eve of the Super Bowl.Share Tweet
Schmuck: Forget everything else, it all comes down to winning the gameLewis' last ride is nice story, but it won't mean anything if Ravens loseThis isn't just Ray Lewis' last ride anymore. It isn't just the heart-warming story of two competitive brothers meeting on the NFL's biggest stage. It isn't about Joe Flacco's stat…Share TweetThe NFL's next Hall of Fame class, just announced, has a few dudes the TV made famous. There's Bill Parcells, who made a coaching career of winning two Super Bowls with the Giants and then convincing other teams believe he might ever do it again; Chris …Share Tweet
Kickers Tucker, Akers enter Super Bowl from different pathsRavens rookie has had much more success this year, but 49ers veteran has experience on his side Justin Tucker and David Akers may be members of a very small NFL fraternity, but they represent opposing ends of the spectrum.Share TweetFormer Ravens owner Art Modell did not make it to the final cut during Saturday’s voting for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. When the ballot was narrowed from 15 to 10 modern-day finalists (plus two senior nominees), Modell’s name was not on the list.Share Tweet
Jacoby Jones’ mom keeps Ravens happy with her New Orleans cookingThe Baltimore Ravens like receiver/returner Jacoby Jones for a lot of reasons. They like his ability to take it to the house when he returns a punt or kickoff (he had three total return touchdowns this season), and they certainly liked his speed when he…Share Tweet
Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens will have super sparkly shoes for Super Bowl SundayFor his last football game, Ray Lewis is going to sparkle. All of the Baltimore Ravens will wear custom cleats made by Under Armour, a company based in Baltimore, Md. But the Ravens' retiring star will wear gold Under Armour cleats with the kind of shin…Share Tweet
If Your Super Bowl Party Doesn't Have A Grid Pool, You're Just Getting Fatter And Watching Commercialsdeadspin.com Feb 2, 2013The first time I heard a grid pool described, my father was coming home with a pocketful of bills he'd just won down at his favorite watering hole. Essentially you make a 10-by-10 grid, strip numbers vertically and horizontally, buy a square, and if the…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Feb 2, 2013As the 49ers and Ravens had their final Super Bowl practices on Saturday at the Superdome, both Harbaugh brothers allowed players and coaches to bring their friends and families along, on the theory that the most important thing at this late point is to…Share Tweet
Candid Chris Canty: NY Giants defensive tackle preparing to tackle a career behind the microphonenydailynews.com Feb 2, 2013Chris Canty will watch Sunday’s Ravens-49ers matchup in Super Bowl XLVII with a critical eye. And it will have nothing to do with studying players he’ll go up against in the future.Share Tweet
Injured Ravens like Webb and McClain still bask in Super Bowl experience'We just have to enjoy it with our teammates,' McClain says NEW ORLEANS - Walking around the Mercedes-Benz Superdome with just a trace of a limp, Lardarius Webb paused for a moment, took a long look around and smiled.Share Tweet
As in their previous meeting, Pitta could be the difference vs. 49ersRavens tight end has become one of team's surest receivers in his third season NEW ORLEANS - The first time John Harbaugh and Jim Harbaugh coached against each other in the NFL, the game came down to a catch by a young tight end.Share TweetRavens fans in New Orleans clearly out numbers fans from San Francisco.Share TweetCNNSI.com Feb 2, 2013NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver will begin sensitivity training and education immediately after the Super Bowl following his anti-gay remarks this week, then start volunteer work with at-risk homosexual youth nationwide…Share Tweet
The Ravens Kicking Coach Is Already Mayor Of One New Jersey Town, Wants To Be Governordeadspin.com Feb 2, 2013Randy Brown has been the mayor of Evesham Township in New Jersey since 2007, and the Baltimore Ravens kicking coach since 2008. Brown was once kicking coach of the Chicago Bears, a consultant with the Eagles, and has run a kicking camp. In his tenure wi…Share TweetFive nuggets of knowledge about the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII: Super sendoff: There is no better way for Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis to end his illustrious 17-year career than with a Super Bowl victory. Lewis would join an elite group of star…Share Tweet
Cheerleader says Ravens left her home because she gained weightprofootballtalk.com Feb 2, 2013Deer antler spray isn’t the only bizarre controversy surrounding the Ravens at the Super Bowl: A cheerleader says the team didn’t bring her to the Super Bowl because she gained weight during the season. Courtney Lenz, who has just concluded her fifthShare TweetThroughout Super Bowl week, players have been asked to comment on the NFL’s disciplinary system and the attempt by the commissioner’s office to reduce the violent hits that most often lead to injuries. Most of them have been critical of the league’sShare Tweet
What time is the Super Bowl?: Answers to your questions about the big gameAfter two weeks of hype, Super Bowl XLVII is almost here. The San Francisco 49ers will be looking for a record-tying sixth Super Bowl championship while the Baltimore Ravens will be looking to send Ray Lewis into retirement with the second title in fran…Share Tweetnytimes.com Feb 2, 2013The 49ers have the edge in several key statistical categories that can help predict the winner of the Super Bowl.Share Tweet
The Harbaugh DNAFeb 2Childhood friends of the Harbaugh brothers, John and Jeff Minick, share their childhood experiences that have molded John and Jim into winners.
Jonathan Ogden selected to 2013 Hall of FameFeb 2Former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden expresses his joy and appreciation as a Hall of Fame Class of 2013 enshrinee.
Brace Yourself For The Super BowlFeb 2Prim Siripipat talks with Stephania Bell about a high-tech brace that two key players will be wearing on Super Bowl Sunday