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Recent in-game audio from Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco includes the Super Bowl MVP urging teammates to take out 49ers return specialist Ted Ginn Jr. during the last play of Baltimore’s championship win. Predictably, the question of whether Flacco was jUpvote Share Tweet
Flacco could give Ravens a break with structure, not amountAs the Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco attempt to work out a long-term deal before the March 4 deadline for applying the franchise tag to the Super Bowl MVP, it sounds like Flacco won’t be willing to give his team a hometown discount. Instead, any breUpvote Share TweetRavens outside linebacker Paul Kruger had an outstanding postseason, potentially earning himself a lot of money in free agency. Kruger is hoping that money comes from the Ravens, but he realizes that might not be realistic. In an interview with Trey Win…Upvote Share TweetRavens coach John Harbaugh said that the knee injury defensive tackle Haloti Ngata suffered in the Super Bowl wasn’t serious. There’s more evidence to that conclusion. Albert Breer of the NFL Network and Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun are both repoUpvote Share TweetFormer Ravens offensive coordinator resurfaces at SEC powerFired by the Ravens as offensive coordinator in December, Cam Cameron has resurfaced as the new offensive coordinator at LSU, according to CBS Sports.Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Feb 8, 2013The Superdome's power company took the blame Friday for the Super Bowl blackout, saying the cause was a faulty device that had been installed in its switching gear and designed to prevent a failure of electric cables leading to the stadium.Upvote Share TweetThroughout his career (and especially in recent years), Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has operated essentially as an on-field coach. Now that Lewis is retired as a player, the door is open as a coach. Not surprisingly, Lewis isn’t interested. “All ofUpvote Share Tweet
Torrey Smith: 'We need to bring multiple championships back to Baltimore'baltimoresun.com Feb 8, 2013Baltimore Ravens wide receiver says he won't get complacent during a Fuel up to Play 60 breakfast program at Chase ElementaryHunkering down over a bowl of cereal with students from Chase Elementary in White Marsh, Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith remin…Upvote Share TweetRavens coach John Harbaugh spoke to his brother, Jim, immediately after Super Bowl XLVII ended. Since then, John Harbaugh has had more conversations with David Letterman. Appearing Thursday on Letterman’s CBS late-night show, John Harbaugh talked abouUpvote Share Tweet
Scheduling conflict for Ravens' openerESPN.com Feb 8, 2013As the Super Bowl champions, the Baltimore Ravens get the honor of kicking off the 2013 season on Thursday, Sept. 5. There's only one problem -- the Orioles are playing in the same downtown sports complex that night. "We've made contact with the Or…Upvote Share Tweet
Ravens Parade Enjoyed By All, Minus The Stabbing And Tramplingdeadspin.com Feb 8, 2013The rest of the country was taken aback by the spirit shown by Baltimore, as an estimated 200,000 people thronged downtown for the Ravens championship parade on Tuesday. Also taken by surprise: city and team officials, who were woefully unprepared for t…Upvote Share Tweet
A Sportswriter and the 'Gay Super Bowl'nytimes.com Feb 8, 2013The battle over gay rights became a surprising subplot during Super Bowl week. A sportswriter, Chuck Culpepper, reflected on the issue in a personal way.Upvote Share Tweet
Jacoby Jones says Flacco deserved MVPFeb 8Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones explains how he was able to get wide open on his 56-yard touchdown catch and gives his thoughts on the Super Bowl MVP award.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs: Quarterback Joe Flacco deserves to get paidFeb 8Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs talks about the emotions of winning Super Bowl XLVII and gives his opinion on quarterback Joe Flacco's contract situation.
Jim Trotter: Oakland Raiders 2013 Offseason PreviewFeb 8SI.com is laying out offseason road maps for all 32 teams as they start their journey for the Lombardi Trophy -- two teams per day, from the teams that need the most work to contend in 2013 to the ones that are in pretty good shape. See them all.