Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith announced he intends to retire after Sunday’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Advertisements
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco did not die on Wednesday night. However, if you were hovering on social media at some point last night, you may have thought otherwise.
It has been over a year since the Baltimore Ravens blew two 14-point leads to the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional playoffs.
The story of Cleveland’s loss will squarely fall on the blocked field goal return for six by Baltimore Ravens defensive back Will Hill.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Cleveland Browns are the Cleveland Browns for a reason. During a lackluster Monday night affair, the Browns seemingly were closing in on a victory against the Baltimore Ravens.
Late in their victory over the St. Louis Rams, the Baltimore Ravens lost quarterback Joe Flacco for the season to a torn ACL. The injury was confirmed by Ravens head coach John Harbaugh in his postgame press conference.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was not a happy man on Saturday night during a preseason loss to the dysfunctional Washington Redskins.
The Philadelphia Eagles are still highly unhappy over the treatment of Sam Bradford on Saturday night when Philly battled Baltimore in preseason action.
Earlier this week, former Carolina Panthers receiver and current Raven Steve Smith Sr. promised a “blood & guts” affair when the two teams got together on Sunday.
NFL big boss Roger Goodell finally had something constructive to say about domestic violence after weeks of hiding following the controversial Ray Rice two-game suspension.