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Steve Smith trash talks Panthers: Take your ass back to Carolina, mow my lawn (video)

Steve Smith was highly motivated to face the Carolina Panthers last Sunday, and that’s putting it mildly. When the season schedule of the Baltimore Ravens was released, there is no doubt that Smith circled the date he and his bullying new teammates would face his former team and has been fervently eying it since then, […] The post Steve Smith trash talks Panthers: Take your...
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Twitter Tuesday: Sunday’s reflections, Ravens and O’s, HEAAAPPPP

Ravens put up 454 offensive yards and Smith caught 2 TDs against his former team. RECAP: — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 28, 2014 Heap was back in Baltimore for his Ravens Ring of Honor induction. WATCH his message to fans: — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 28, 2014...
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VIDEO: Steve Smith Sr.’s locker room speech after his Carolina Panther revenge

This is something that all Ravens fans will appreciate, and the opportunity to see behind the scenes is always welcomed, especially in an instance as interesting as Steve Smith’s journey. In the below video, you hear John Harbaugh address the Ravens after their 38-10 victory over Carolina before passing the stage off to the star of the show. Take a look inside the Ravens locker...
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Forsett and Flacco playing a hot hand for Ravens…

I don’t play fantasy football, but if I did it would be difficult to find a better QB and running back duo right now than Joe Flacco and Justin Forsett. The Ravens offense is clicking at a record pace in Gary Kubiak’s new system— well, at least against the Carolina Panthers. The Indy Colts are next on the Ravens schedule at Lucas Oil Stadium. I think the Colts will be a lot...
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The Ravens safety play, and addressing the elephant in the room

When the Ravens drafted Matt Elam in the first-round last year, we assumed that would solidify at least one safety spot for four years. Elam’s career has started in more of a stumbling manner than a running one, not dissimilar to Jimmy Smith coming out of Colorado.  We know that Smith was worthy of that selection, but with Lardarius Webb, Cary Williams and Corey Graham, the depth...
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Report: John Harbaugh not interested in Michigan job

Michigan is expected to have a head coaching vacancy within its football program in the near future, as the Wolverines are off to a terrible start this season and Brady Hoke has found himself in the middle of a controversy. There have been reports about Michigan having potential interest in both John and Jim Harbaugh, […]
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Cam was 'big source of frustration' for Steve Smith

At age 35, Steve Smith is on pace for the best statistical season of his career. He will likely slow down a bit going forward, but it seems like Smith has discovered the fountain of youth with the Baltimore Ravens. Has getting away from Cam Newton helped him? Ian Rapoport of reported on Sunday […]
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Watch: Steve Smith scores against Panthers in unusual fashion

After 13 successful seasons with the Carolina Panthers, Steve Smith Sr. signed on with the Baltimore Ravens this March in order to add veteran presence to their passing game. The five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver individually hyped up his new team’s encounter with his old club this Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. He didn’t waste time backing up his words, and showed the Panthers...
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AP report: Ray Rice video sent to NFL Head of Security

In a story that isn’t going to die down anytime soon, the Associated Press is reporting that a law enforcement official sent a copy of the Ray Rice tape to NFL head of security Jeffrey Miller.  The video of Ray Rice punching his fiancee inside a casino elevator was sent to NFL headquarters to the attention of league security chief Jeffrey Miller in April, a law enforcement official...
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NFL is a League of Liars

I don’t think I’ve ever been more uncomfortable being a football fan. I can live with the NFL bungling decision after decision. I can live with the NFL killing its players and pretending they aren’t doing anything wrong. I can even live with the NFL doing those things while bathing itself in pink for a month and pretending to care about women. I don’t like that the NFL does...
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Goodell discusses personal conduct policy with former pros

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell met with 11 retired players to discuss the league’s personal conduct policy on Tuesday. According to The Washington Post, Goodell spent 3.5 hours discussing this policy in New York City with Troy Vincent, among others. Interestingly enough, Vincent sent out a rather cryptic tweet earlier on Tuesday, which can now be read to have pointed to the meeting...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens respond to ESPN allegations about Ray Rice story

The Baltimore Ravens have responded to allegations by ESPN’s Outside the Lines that the team led a campaign of misinformation in the months following the now infamous Ray Rice elevator incident in which he was arrested for domestic violence. You already know the story, so there is no reason to get into it here. Needless to say, both the Ravens and the NFL have drawn widespread...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss
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