The Baltimore Ravens have announced that they will not raise season-ticket prices for the 2012 season, marking the third straight year the team has elected to freeze prices. “We recognize our fans are still stretching financially to pay for their season tickets,” Ravens President Dick Cass said in an interview Friday, via Baltimore Business Journal. [...]
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It was expected that CBS would assign Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdof, as CBS’ No. 2 NFL team, to the Houston Texans-Baltimore Ravens divisional-round playoff game in Baltimore this Sunday. In the Texans’ 10-year existence, they are 4-7 when Gumbel and Dierdorf are behind the mikes, including a 2-2 split this season (wins over the [...]
The Baltimore Ravens’ opponent for next Sunday’s divisional round game was decided earlier Saturday when the Houston Texans upended the Cincinnati Bengals, 31-10, in their wild-card matchup at Houston. Houston, champions of the AFC South, will visit M&T Bank Stadium next Sunday at 1 p.m., with the winner advancing to the AFC Championship the following [...]
The date and time of the Baltimore Ravens’ AFC divisional-round playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium has been set. Baltimore will host one of three opponents on Sunday, Jan. 15, at 1 p.m. Depending on the outcomes of next week’s wild card games, the Ravens will play host to either the Houston Texans, Denver Broncos [...]
Over the past three seasons, the Baltimore Ravens have proven to be one of the NFL’s best road teams, winning playoff games on the road in each of the past three seasons, but the team sure wouldn’t mind having the opportunity to try to continue its unprecedented 2011 success at M&T Bank Stadium during the [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have not hosted a home playoff game since the 2006 season. Over the course of the next five weeks, they’ll set out to end the long overdue drought. At 8-3, including two big wins over division rival Pittsburgh, the Ravens have set themselves up nicely for their fourth postseason appearance in as [...]
The Cincinnati Bengals failed to take advantage of having the Pittsburgh Steelers in their backyard last Sunday, losing 24-17 to drop to 6-3 overall for the season. Fortunately for former Ravens defensive coordinator Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati’s schedule quickly offers up a second chance. And that’s exactly what the Baltimore Ravens are looking for after suffering [...]