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Hailing the Redskins and Ravens (plus Nats and O's, too)Updated Jan 3 Share Tweet
Fans take pride in banner sports year for Baltimore, D.C.Forgive Keith Parsons for being a tad blissed out. The 35-year-old salesman, born in Redskins country, married into a Ravens clan and carrying a lifelong torch for the Orioles, is pretty sure he's…
Ravens sign tackle David Mims, four others to reserve-future dealsUpdated Jan 3 Share TweetThe Ravens signed five players to reserve-future deals, including former Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle David Mims.Share TweetNFL commissioner expects Ravens linebacker to stay involved in the league after his retirementMore than any defining play that Ray Lewis made or accolade that he earned, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will most remember the leadership that the long-time…Share TweetSee which team our staff members believe will win Sunday's gameShare TweetLast month it appeared that Terrell Suggs had gone underground. The injuries to the Ravens Pro Bowl outside linebacker kept mounting, and an altercation with his longtime girlfriend - now his wife - seemed to sour him.
Andrew Luck reminds Arthur Jones of Ben RoethlisbergerUpdated Jan 3 Share TweetRavens defensive tackle compares Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterbacksNo one would confuse Andrew Luck with the Washington Redskins’ Robert Griffin III, the Carolina Panthers’ Cam Newton or the Seattle Seahawks’ Russell Wilson —
Ma'ake Kemoeatu coming off his best game of the seasonUpdated Jan 3 Share TweetRavens nose guard had four tackles, two for loss, and a sack against the BengalsIt had literally been a long time coming for Ravens veteran nose guard Ma'ake Kemoeatu.Share TweetDefensive tackle Haloti Ngata reported as being limited for second straight day; Fullback participated on a limited basis WednesdayContradicting an earlier post, the Ravens reported that defensive tackle Haloti Ngata did indeed participate in Thursday’sShare TweetWith the Ravens' wild-card game possibly being Ray Lewis' last at home, emotions will run high in Baltimore, John Clayton writes.
Colts rookie wide receiver T.Y. Hilton looms as dangerous deep threatUpdated Jan 3 Share TweetBaltimore Ravens have to contend with 4.3 sprinter in Sunday's playoff gameIndianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver T.Y. Hilton has blazing speed. Compact and explosive, Hilton has run the 40-yard dash in 4.34 seconds.
Bonnie Bernstein Explains Ray Lewis's Crimes With An Unfortunate Parable About Middle Schoolers SmokingUpdated Jan 3 Share TweetSomewhere along the line, we as a nation apparently chose to forgive/forget the fact that Ray Lewis was involved in a murder at a Super Bowl party in 2000. That Lewis and his friends got into a fight with another group, and two people in that other grou…Source: deadspin.com
Something's Gotta GiveUpdated Jan 3 Share TweetRookie QBs reviving non-playoff teams aren't the only thing the Redskins and Seahawks have in common, but who continues deeper into January? Peter King has the answer.Source: CNNSI.com
Future Hurricane ATH knows his father's decision means even more time with dad as he prepares for collegeUpdated Jan 3 Share TweetAs news trickled out Wednesday that Baltimore Ravens veteran linebacker Ray Lewis II had announced that he will retire at the end of the postseason, the chatter began.Share TweetLinebacker Ray Lewis will likely play his last game at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday, but it might be the last home game for Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed as well.
Colts Owner Jim Irsay Is Ready For The Playoffs: "Time To Let The Monster Feed!!!!!!!!!!!!!"Updated Jan 3 Share TweetThe Andrew Luck-led Indianapolis Colts, by some unexplainable circumstance, pulled off an 11-5 record this season and secured a wild-card playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday. Colts owner Jim Irsay? Oh, he's ready to party, as you can s…Source: deadspin.com
About Last Night: Ray Lewis, Pregame Dance to RetireUpdated Jan 3 Share TweetIn case you were busy explaining why your "flu-like symptoms" aren't just a cover for a two-day New Year's Eve hangover, here's what you missed in spo...Source: grantland.com
Cold Hard FactsJan 3Mark Schlereth shares which teams he believes are poised to win on Wild-Card Weekend.
How they got here: Baltimore RavensJan 3Follow the Baltimore Ravens as they battle through injuries and divisional foes on their way to the NFL playoffs and a Wild Card matchup with the Indianapolis Colts.
Brian Billick On Ray Lewis' Upcoming RetirementJan 3Ray Lewis syas he will retire after the playoffs.
Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice: 'We're right where we need to be'Jan 3Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice joins "NFL Total Access" to discuss the legacy of teammate Ray Lewis and what we can expect from him during Wild Card Weekend.
Jim Trotter: With poise beyond his years, Wilson leads Seahawks into playo…Jan 3RENTON, Wash. -- Seahawks rookie Russell Wilson was among the league's most productive quarterbacks over the final nine weeks of the season, throwing for 18 touchdowns, rushing for four others, posting a passer rating in excess of 104.0 on seven occasio…
2012 NFL playoffs -- John Clayton's First and Goal: Wild-Card RoundJan 3With the Ravens' wild-card game possibly being Ray Lewis' last at home, emotions will run high in Baltimore, John Clayton writes.
One-minute drill: Peter King's team-by-team playoff previewsJan 3One-minute drill: Peter King's team-by-team playoff previews
Peter King: NFL Wild-Card PicksJan 3Peter King: NFL Wild-Card Picks