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profootballtalk.com Updated Feb 10, 2013
The looming contract talks between the Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco entail various levels of leverage and nuance. One of the most obvious realities of getting a long-term deal finalized before March 4 is that doing so would allow the Ravens to appl…Share Tweet
profootballtalk.com Feb 10, 2013The Ravens won the Super Bowl, and their ultimate reward may be the loss of more than a few free agents. The 49ers finished second, but they’ll likely endure far less roster turmoil and turnover in 2013. The list of potential free agents, as broken doShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Feb 10, 2013Ray Lewis had been the undisputed leader of the Ravens for more than a decade. Terrell Suggs doesn’t think he can fill the leadership void left by Lewis’s retirement all by himself. Asked on NFL Network’s Total Access whether he becomes the Ravens”Share Tweet
Peter King MMQB: After making history with their Super Bowl win, w…CNNSI.com Feb 10, 2013After making history with their Super Bowl win, would the Ravens allow Joe Flacco to leave? No chance, you say? Think again, writes Peter King, who explains why it may happen,Share TweetCNNSI.com Feb 10, 2013Was it only me listening to Baltimore owner Steve Bisciotti and trusted GM Ozzie Newsome the other day, thinking they're going to throw the first big changeup into this offseason? Was it only me taking their words and reading resolve in them, and thinki…Share Tweetbaltimoresun.com Feb 10, 2013Team now has a new legion of fans and the enthusiasm in Baltimore is at an all-time highThe comparisons are inevitable because there has been only one other Super Bowl winning season in the Ravens' 17-year history in Baltimore.Share Tweetbaltimoresun.com Feb 10, 2013In a season full of adversity, this coach was a stabilizing forceIf you follow the Ravens at all, you know this was the season John Harbaugh pushed all the right buttons - and pushed himself into the top tier of NFL head coaches, too.Share Tweet