Wide receiver Derrick Mason played the majority of his career for the Tennessee Titans. He was drafted by the Oilers in 1997 and played in a Super Bowl with the Titans. But after playing six seasons in the Charm City for the Ravens (2005-2010), Mason views himself as a Raven deep down. Mason, 38, the […]
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Derrick Mason, the all-time leading receiver for the Baltimore Ravens, announced his retirement after 15 NFL seasons. Mason, 37, spent six seasons (2005-2010) with the Ravens hauling in 471 receptions for 5,777 yards and 29 touchdowns. The 2011 season was a difficult one for Mason. After being cut by the Ravens because of salary-cap reasons, […]
If you’re anything like me, you found yourself bored and seemingly devoid of purpose last Sunday. Such is the curse of the dreaded bye week. Obviously as fans we dislike the bye, but the players definitely love it. Considering that John Harbaugh gave the players the week off, the Ravens’ players undoubtedly enjoyed their bye week this […]
Derrick Mason returns to the friendly confines of M&T Bank stadium for the second time in the last three weeks. The Houston Texans, who play the Ravens this Sunday, have acquired the services of the 37-year-old Mason from the New York Jets for a conditional draft pick, according to the Houston Chronicle. With star wide […]
Former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and current New York Jet Derrick Mason is at peace with his release from the Ravens’ this summer. Mason, 37, was surprised by his release this summer, but quickly landed on his feet signing with the Jets, joining forces with former Ravens defensive coordinator Rex Ryan. Mason believes the Ravens […]
Welcome ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, to another installment of the The Hangover. Notch another win for the Baltimore Ravens as they hold off the pillaging the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 17-10. The game saw a variety of ups and downs, but in the end, the Ravens maintained the status quo and the AFC North […]
DEFENSIVE STRATEGIES Advantage: Ravens Defensive Line The Buffalo Bills offensive line has struggled this year, which is not good when they have to face a testy Ravens defense. To compound matters for the Bills, their starting right tackle Cornell Green is out indefinitely with an undisclosed injury. The likely replacement will be undrafted rookie Cordaro Howard […]