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The Ravens are Super Bowl champions. Joe Flacco threw three TDs and Baltimore survived a wild San Francisco rally after a power outage to win 34-31 for its second title ever.Share Tweet
Michael Strahan came up just short in his first attempt at making the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but he has an excellent chance of getting in next year. Strahan made the cut from the final 15 candidates down to 10 on Saturday, but when the field was cut…Share TweetGiants running back Ahmad Bradshaw’s dealt with foot issues for much of his career and they necessitated another trip to the doctor in the first month of the offseason. Bradshaw revealed that he had a procedure done in January to replace a screw in hisShare Tweet
San Fran D.A. vows to crack down on riotersprofootballtalk.com Feb 3, 2013Some San Franciscans rioted after the Giants won the Major League Baseball championship. The local chief prosecutor wants to avoid a similar outcome. “What occurred during the World Series cannot be tolerated again,” District Attorney George GascÃ³nShare TweetThere’s been a lot of talk in the last few days about Victor Cruz’s contract, but he’s not the only Giants wide receiver with the chance of landing a long-term deal this offseason. He might not even be the one most likely to wind up with one. Adam SShare Tweet
New York Giants News and Links For Feb 3giantsfootballblog.com Feb 3, 2013This is it folks, you’re last glimpse of football for the next seven months. They’ll be plenty going on, though, so check with us every day during the offseason for updates. Here’s some tidbits for you…Share Tweet
ESPN's New Hall Of FamersFeb 3Bill Parcells and Cris Carter discuss being elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Don Banks: Elite or not, Flacco now stands alone; more SnapsFeb 3NEW ORLEANS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a most eventful and entertaining Super Bowl XLVII in the Superdome, a 34-31 Baltimore victory over San Francisco in the kind of knock-down, drag-out battle that brothers always seem to…
Super Bowl XLVII -- Ravens-49ers won't soon be forgottenFeb 3From a blackout to the 49ers' rally to Ray Lewis' last stand, it was a lights-out Super Bowl, writes John Clayton.
Super Bowl XLVII - Fitting end for LewisFeb 3Ray Lewis' greatest contribution to the Ravens' victory was the inspiration he provided.