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Friday, June 10, 2016

WR Daniel Brown is deserving of a Ravens roster spot


In the waning moments of the final preseason game of 2015, the commentators for the Ravens broadcast were talking about the battles for backup slots on the team.  They quipped about not knowing who some of the guys were that currently wore Ravens white on the field.
Number 83, Daniel Brown, was one of those men that they joked about.
He then showed them that he is no joke. Video evidence after the jump.

Friday, June 3, 2016

Unitas Family Approves Reynolds' 19



The Keenan Reynolds Rockstar Tour continues.
He has been the topic of national sports radio recently, on whether he should play or serve out his military obligation first.
His story has touched the front pages of ESPNUSA TodayNFL.com, and many other sites.
Now, he could see perhaps the highest honor of his young career. See what the Unitas family said, after the jump!

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Saturday, May 21, 2016

The Baltimore Ravens may only have 1 Top 100 Player As Selected by Peers




Beware the NFL Network's Top 100 Players list--early results show that the Ravens may be lightly represented.

Friday, May 13, 2016

Monday, April 25, 2016

Patriots QB Tom Brady Suspended for 4 Games, Again, For Keeps.

Deflated Tom: he won't overturn this one. - Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
The 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals has re-inflated--that is, reinstated--the NFL's decision to suspend Patriots QB Tom Brady for 4 games over the 2014 Postseason 'Deflategate' Scandal.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Why Ezekiel Elliott will NOT be a Raven.

Insulting the family of John Harbaugh is a deal breaker.
Maybe Ezekiel Elliott never wanted to come to Baltimore. His ticket out is punched. Sportingnews.com



I guess he didn't want to come to Baltimore.

Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott has been a subject of draft banter as of late, and he has more than once been associated with the Ravens' sixth spot.

Yet, he has invoked the Scepter of Self-Disqualification: he has bad-mouthed a Harbaugh.

As our brethren in the Big Apple would coin, "Fuhgettaboutit!"

Not only did he chime in a small Twitter debate last month, where Michigan Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith exchanged barbs:





...but he heightened the tension recently on a radio show when he said that the former Michigan QB needs a reality check: "I'm tired of hearing about Coach (Jim) Harbaugh. He needs to get in check with reality because at the end of the day you can't talk smack about rivalry when you haven't won a rivalry game. You have to win ballgames to talk behind it."

Is that endearing talk for the brother of the Wolverine leader?

Game over, dude. Game. Over.

There might have been a spike in the Dallas metro area when Elliott's words went over the air. Or better yet, in Philadelphia, who sits just two spots after the Ravens in the draft order.

Even if GM Ozzie Newsome is the final say on who the Ravens pick, I would be willing to bet the car, the house, and my beloved class ring that Harbaugh will put a fork in the table over not taking this young man. It is a legitimate claim to say that there is a possible boundary issue with regards to authority figures and handling conflict with class, on the part of Elliott. Consider that Harbaugh didn't really address him, he jumped into the fray.

Probably not good networking when the target's brother is a Super Bowl winning coach who might have been considering making you a rich man.

It was a fun imaginary scenario while it lasted, Ravens fans.

We can move on to the next.

Reality Check to come on April 28th.