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Timely hits, stellar relief carry O's over YankeesUpdated Jun 28 Share TweetPitching in relief of T.J. McFarland, Kevin Gausman shut down the Yankees for 4 1/3 innings, and the Orioles beat the Yankees, 4-3, on Friday night at Camden Yards. With the win, the second-place Orioles pulled a little farther ahead of the Yankees in t…Source: MLB.com
Steve Spagnuolo raves about Ravens’ defenseUpdated Jun 28 Share TweetSteve Spagnuolo is now the senior defensive assistant for the Ravens, but he has previously been head coach of the Rams, defensive coordinator of the Giants and Saints, and a defensive assistant on the Eagles. He’s seen a lot of NFL defenses. But he thi…Share TweetIf the Ravens’ qualification for Super Bowl XLVII dusted off long-forgotten memories of the alleged involvement of Ray Lewis in a double murder, the Aaron Hernandez situation has sandblasted them. And with the Patriots dumping Hernandez the moment he wa…
With so many new faces, Ravens may have found best defense for Super Bowl hangoverUpdated Jun 28 Share TweetTeam has added 36 new players this yearIf Ravens’ players and fans aren’t familiar with the following facts, they certainly will be by the time the team begins its title defense on Sept. 5 against the Denver Broncos.Source: baltimoresun.com
Everyone Is At The Blackhawks ParadeUpdated Jun 28 Share TweetThere's not a lot of work getting done in Chicago today, we'd wager. This photo, from CSN's Nina Falcone, gives a sense of the scale of the crowd at Grant Park for the Blackhawks' profane Stanley Cup celebration. We don't think the Ravens will have much…Source: deadspin.com
Ray Rice: New Ravens 'jelled' at minicampUpdated Jun 28 Share TweetSince the Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl, a popular stat has been the record number of starters lost from that championship team. Nine starters that helped the Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers four months ago are no longer with the team: linebac…Share TweetOther than the quarterback, which player could each AFC North team least afford to lose to injury? Here's a look: Baltimore Ravens: Wide receiver Torrey Smith. The Ravens can't afford to lose Smith to an injury, especially with Anquan Boldin gone. Over …Share TweetIt wasn’t easy to get the Ravens’ Mt. Rushmore to 12 finalists. It was much easier to get it to four. As unveiled last night on Pro Football Talk on NBCSN, they are Ray Lewis (duh), Jonathan Ogden (duh), Ozzie Newsome (duh), and Joe Flacco (not as duh).…
Ted Ginn wants to move on from “tough season”Updated Jun 28 Share TweetThe 49ers lost a Super Bowl to the Ravens in February that went down to the wire, which was an unfortunate way for the season to come to an end but hardly casts a pall over a season that was filled with success. Not every member of the team left the yea…
Wake-up: Isaac Redman shedding poundsUpdated Jun 28 Share TweetFree agency, concussions, weight loss and attempted murder. Just your average offseason talk in the wake-up call ... RAVENS: It's been a couple of days since Vonta Leach has appeared in this blog, and I'm sure you're wondering what is happening to your …
13 Ravens opponents in 13 days: Pittsburgh SteelersUpdated Jun 28 Share TweetIn eager anticipation of the 2013 NFL season, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will take a daily look at one of the 13 opponents on the Ravens’ regular-season schedule. Today is the Pittsburgh Steelers.Source: baltimoresun.comShare TweetAs part of his tour to promote his new book, Beautifully Unique Sparkleponies, Raiders punter Chris Kluwe appeared Thursday night on Conan. Kluwe explained his public support of same-sex marriage, which was sparked by the efforts of Maryland Delegate Em…
McLouth Lifts Orioles Past YankeesJun 28The Orioles rallied to beat the Yankees 4-3.
32 in 32: Baltimore RavensJun 28Will the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens be able to overcome major roster changes and carry their momentum in to 2013? Our experts break it down on "NFL Total Access."