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Former Raven Stallworth injured in hot-air balloon crash

Former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Donte’ Stallworth was hospitalized Saturday with serious burns after the hot-air balloon carrying him and two other passengers crashed into power lines, David Ovalle of The Miami Herald reports. The Associated Press reported that Stallworth, 32, and his girlfriend, Soleil Guerrero, 27, were transported to the Trauma Center at Kendall Regional Hospital, […]

Ravens ink former Dallas Cowboys DE Marcus Spears to a two-year deal

15Mar13 • 1 comment

In an effort to continue beefing up their defensive line, the Baltimore Ravens have signed former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears to a two-year, $3.55 million contract, as first reported by Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com. The Ravens made it a point emphasis earlier this week when the signed defensive end Chris Canty, a former […]

Report: Ravens and James Harrison have mutual interest

Former Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker and current free agent James Harrison, a key cog in the rivalry with the Baltimore Ravens over the last several years, is interested in crossing enemy lines. From the Ravens’ perspective, the feeling seems to be mutual. “I’ve talked to Ozzie and we’re going to talk again Saturday,” Bill Parise, […]

Don’t ever underestimate the great and powerful Ozzie Newsome

Outside of Baltimore, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is rarely showered with praise for being a pure genius, and he is just that. Genius. Newsome is no fool, and if there’s one thing we’ve learned during his illustrious 18-year tenure in the team’s front office, it’s that he always has a plan. So what’s the […]

Decision making time for Baltimore

12Mar13 • 0 comments

While many Baltimore fans are still celebrating the good times the Super Bowl win a month ago, the team is already making a lot of tough decisions on how to form their team for the 2013 NFL season. From Joe Flacco’s contract to Anquan Boldin’s trade to the 49ers, there are a lot of changes […]

The story of the 2012-13 World Champion Ravens

12Feb13 • 0 comments

A week removed from the Super Bowl thriller in which the Baltimore Ravens stunned the world and outlasted the San Francisco 49ers, it”s still hard for me to let it all sink it. It”s amazing how only a couple days after the February 3 win, the Ravens went right into preparations for the upcoming 2013 […]

Who’s to blame for Ravens win?

26Nov12 • 0 comments

It sounds like an oxymoron to suggest there should be someone to blame for not a loss, but a win. In this case, the Baltimore Ravens overcame the San Diego Chargers, beating them 16-13. However, the score did not accurately reflect the overall performance by the Ravens throughout the entire game. In all honesty, the […]

NFL gambling policy extreme, but necessary

26Nov12 • 0 comments

For obvious reasons, major league sports prohibit their players from being able to make wagers on their sport.  It does not matter if the bet isn”t even for their team, it is not allowed.  However, the National Football League takes this a step further and actually bans its players from not only betting on football […]

The loss of Roethlisberger changes betting lines

13Nov12 • 0 comments

With the loss of Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger to a shoulder injury, their chance of winning seems to be slimming down in terms of statistics. Most sports betting places currently have the Baltimore Ravens as -2.5 favorites; you can actually . This goes to show how important Roethlisberger is to his team. We all […]

A night to remember for the Baltimore Ravens

11Sep12 • 6 comments

The Baltimore Ravens sent the Cincinnati Bengals meowing back home after defeating them 44-13 on Monday night. After the game, my first thought was a flashback of last year’s season opener against the Steelers, when the Ravens handed them a whopping and beat them 35-7. However, with some reflection on the many historic achievements set […]