A new GQ article featuring Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey made some big waves on Wednesday when he criticized numerous quarterbacks around the league in a refreshingly honest interview.
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.
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.
Before folks start going into stealth mode for fantasy football drafts throughout the country, reality gave people a nice big, fat slap in the face over the weekend with some rather notable injuries. Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta suffered a dislocated hip on Saturday and will miss […]
We under the 100 day barrier until the Baltimore Ravens open the season on the road against the Denver Broncos. While John Fox is still talking about the Ravens loss, Baltimore has bigger fish to fry like comparing their quarterback to Eli Manning.
Baltimore’s new $120 million dollar man did what any other human would do after signing a contract that makes one the highest paid player in the sport; head to a fast-food facility. An Aberdeen, Maryland McDonald’s will be forever known as the place Flacco opted to buy his […]
Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens agreed on a six-year, $120.6 million deal on Friday, which prevents the Audubon, NJ native from testing the free agent waters. The Super Bowl XLVII MVP will become the NFL’s highest paid player officially on Monday when he signs the contract.
Joe Flacco, graduate of Game Manager University and Baltimore Ravens quarterback is now a Super Bowl champion and Super Bowl MVP after one of the great postseason runs in recent memory. Flacco finished the postseason with 11 touchdowns and zero interceptions while going through one of the more […]
Baltimore Ravens quarterback and graduate of Game Manager University, Joe Flacco used some choice words to describe the NFL’s decision to put next year’s Super Bowl at a cold-weather site.
Joe Flacco. Joe Flacco. JOE FLACCO.