On Friday, when it was announced that Cam Cameron would return as Baltimore Ravens’ offensive coordinator, he addressed his relationship with quarterback Joe Flacco. “I couldn’t be more pleased with where Joe and I are,” Cameron said, via CSNBaltimore.com. There has been rumors that tension has persisted between the two for a couple of years, […]
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As the Baltimore Ravens enter an off-season certain to be marked by change to the 53-man roster, one thing is for sure, according to running back Ray Rice: Both he and quarterback Joe Flacco will play for the Ravens in 2012. “It will be an interesting off-season, but one thing I can guarantee you is […]
The pressure was on Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco all week leading up to the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots. Whether it was local sports talk radio, the National media or even his own free safety, Flacco was a frequent target of critics and viewed by many as the Ravens’ biggest liability against […]
With offensive coordinator Cam Cameron’s contract set to expire and with no extension on the table, the Ravens aren’t expected to retain his services, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Cameron is one of the highest-paid coordinators in the NFL, making a reported $2 million per season. There’s been speculation that his relationship with quarterback Joe […]
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady waited out the final stressful minutes on the sideline and somehow, someway, his fourth-quarter leap into the end zone held up, sending the Patriots back to the Super Bowl, while ending the Baltimore Ravens’ season in agile disappoint. With New England leading leading by three points with 11 ticks […]
A dominating victory last week allowed for the New England Patriots to atone for a few recent postseason failures on their home turf, one of which came at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens in 2009. Getting payback for that shocking upset will be secondary for the Patriots when the two top seeds in the […]
The Baltimore Ravens turned a distraction into a punchline–literally. Earlier this week, Ed Reed had some critical comments for his quarterback Joe Flacco, and that became much of the focus leading up to Sunday”s AFC Championship Game in New England. But the two players playfully exchanged words heading out to Thursday”s practice, . After walking […]