• Q&A with Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 19, 2013
    Owner Steve Bisciotti believes it would have happened anyway. In the NFL’s ongoing effort to move a baseball game so they can have a party, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti is using two of the most powerful forces known to man cash and guilt. In a sit-down with Pro Football Talk, Bisciotti talked about the changes that the Ravens currently are enduring, and the team’s effort to continue to remain highly competitive. But like coach John Harbaugh and the rest of the organization, Bisciotti has already turned his attention to next season and moving on from the recent losses of several key performers on the title-winning team. Looking tanned and relaxed in black slacks and a black-and-white dress shirt, Bisciotti sat down Monday with The Baltimore Sun at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, the site of this week's NFL annual meetings. From the Ravens and the NFL standpoint, we’ll do whatever we have to do in order to keep that tradition. . . . I hope it’s enough that [the Orioles] say, ‘This is a good thing to bend over backwards to accommodate them.’ I think a doubleheader if we can move it a little later and they can move it a little earlier and we can pull it off, I’m trying to figure what would be a greater day in Baltimore.
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    In the NFL’s ongoing effort to move a baseball game so they can have a party, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti is using two of the most powerful forces known to man - cash and guilt. The Ravens want to host the season opener on Thursday, Sept. 5. But the
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    Source: ESPN.com

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