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- Updated: June 3, 2013
Torrey Smith: Ravens Star Doesn’t Think Team Needs Veteran WR
If you ask Torrey Smith, the Baltimore Ravens don’t need to add a veteran wide receiver for the 2013 season.
Obama to honor Baltimore Ravens – POLITICO.com
The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens will be honored at the White House next Wednesday by President Obama.
He held a celebrity basketball game on Friday and will host a youth football camp on Saturday
Jacoby Jones‘ next dance will come after he scores a touchdown for the Baltimore Ravens.
A gorgeous day at the beach greeted the Super Bowl XLVII Champions on Saturday.
As defensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals, Mike Zimmer has done an exceptional job over the years of fielding an elite unit that has been able to match or surpass the stellar units often created by the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Continuing our countdown to kickoff, let’s talk a little bit about the Broncos “first” meeting with the Baltimore Ravens.
When the Baltimore Ravens selected Florida safety Matt Elam in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, immediate uncertainty swirled around the team and its fan base. Would they address the inside linebacker situation in the early rounds?
From Yahoo! Sports: COMMENTARY | When the Baltimore Ravens opted to trade veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers this offseason, it left the wide receiver position in Baltimore depleted and inexperienced.