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There’s still plenty of time until the Super Bowl, which means there’s plenty of time for injured players to get a little healthier before gameday. It sounds like that’s a good thing for Ravens linebacker Dannell Ellerbe. Ellerbe missed practice for
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy added $1.75 million to his 2013 base salaryUpdated Jan 26 Share TweetCleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy played just 39 snaps in a relief role in three games during 2012, but his playing time and performance from his first two seasons in the NFL have increased his 2013 base salary from the league minimum to $2.325 mi…Source: yahoo.com
Ravens wrap up final home practice, pack gearUpdated Jan 26 Share TweetThe music blared in the Baltimore Ravens locker room Saturday as the players threw their football gear into black duffel bags lying in front of their cubicles.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThere was once a time when Sergio Kindle was a promising pass-rush prospect, who seemed to fall into a perfect situation. But the fall down the stairs prior to his rookie training seems to have derailed his career, and now he can’t seem to latch on. Aft
John Harbaugh's bold move bonded RavensUpdated Jan 26 Share TweetOWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens didn't look much like a Super Bowl team three months ago. If not for coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens wouldn't have been much of a team at all. After getting routed by 30 points in Houston, the most lopsided loss…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetWhen last we heard from Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, he was telling the Patriots to enjoy the Pro Bowl and calling them “arrogant pricks” and/or “arrogant f—kers.” (We wish he’d make up his mind.) But now Suggs is subdued, directing no sShare TweetThe Baltimore Ravens, a traditional defensive powerhouse, will face the San Francisco 49ers' speed and youth. Tom Jolly and Carl Nelson have their annual debate on who will win.Source: nytimes.comShare TweetEven though no minority candidates were added during the NFL’s latest coaching and GM-hiring cycle, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said he still has faith in the Rooney Rule. In fact, the league’s first minority general manager said Ravens offenShare TweetFormer Browns and Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel is on the list of potential defensive coordinators with the Saints. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, however, the Saints have not yet contacted him. It’s unclear at this point whether and to
Strong leadership is staple of Ravens' Super Bowl runJan 26The Baltimore Ravens have been able to overcome adversity this season due to incredibly strong leadership.
Joe Flacco's Future With RavensJan 26John Clayton with the latest on Joe Flacco's future with the Baltimore Ravens.
OTL: Three To RememberJan 26Former NFL running back Leroy Hoard discusses coping with headaches, memory loss and depression and explains why he must never forget Andrew Waters, Dave Duerson and Junior Seau, three former NFL players who committed suicide.
Super Bowl XLVII -- Flacco has arrivedJan 26The Joe Flacco debate is essentially over. He will paid like an elite quarterback, no matter what his critics think.