The Baltimore Ravens will become the first Super Bowl champion to open on the road in a decade after Major League Baseball and the NFL failed to reach a compromise over overlapping games between Charm City’s two professional sports teams. Expected to open up at home on Thursday, […]
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.
Manti Te’o addressed the media on Saturday in regards to numerous issues including the Lennay Kekua disaster. Monday marked Te’0’s 40-yard dash efforts and boy, were they unimpressive.
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XLVII MVP Jacoby Jones will join the latest cast of ABC’s Dancing With The Stars. Jones, who is a frequent practitioner of end zone celebrations, joins a growing list of NFL’ers that participated on the show.
Baltimore Ravens receiver Jacoby Jones celebrated a Super Bowl XLVII victory and one of the biggest performances of his career with an extremely large tattoo. Jones, who scored twice in the Super Bowl on a pair of electrifying plays, decided to pay homage to Baltimore’s win and his […]
Sadly, the 2012 NFL season is over. Before we completely close the book on the ’12 season, let’s take a final look at the 20 most popular stories of the season based off of your trusty reading habits.
We interrupt Ray Rice falling off of a parade float and the rest of the world champion Baltimore Ravens partying like Pitbull to bring you news on loathsome Jay Cutler. Earlier this week, Cutler was voted as one of the most disliked athlete in sports, which is somewhat […]
Baltimore’s Super Bowl victory meant for the fourth straight season, the eventual NFL champion was the opponent during the home opener for the Philadelphia Eagles. The bizarre trend began with the 2009 Saints, who crushed the Birds 48-22.
The final angst-filled edition of The JMRA Podcast is up to recap Super Bowl XLVII between the Ravens and 49ers.