Tag: Baltimore Ravens

‘Baltimore Sun’ Writer Supports Colin Kaepernick Coming to the Ravens

Over the last few days, Baltimore Ravens starter Joe Flacco has become an injury question causing many to float the name of anti-American protester Colin Kaepernick to be given a workout as a possible replacement. But, even as fans immediately began warning of dire consequences if Kaepernick comes to Baltimore, yet another member of the left-wing sports media wound up his high dudgeon to denounce the player’s detractors as un-American.

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Baltimore Ravens Lead the League in Drug Test Suspensions

It’s the NFL offseason, where score is kept not on an actual scoreboard where the hopes and dreams of fans rise and fall with every fourth quarter red zone snap, but instead here in the time between the draft and the preseason we keep score by one metric and one metric alone: drug test suspensions.

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Patriots Get Big Win, Continue to Inch Toward Playoffs

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — By the time the Patriots took the field Monday night against the Ravens, they knew they’d have to wait at least another week to wrap up their eighth consecutive playoff berth.

Donald Trump Booed in Maryland for Praising Tom Brady

At a rally in Maryland Wednesday, GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump brought up his friend and New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady. He praised Brady, which did not go well in Baltimore Ravens territory. “Massachusetts, home of Tom Brady.

Domestic Abuser Ray Rice: ‘I’m a Rehabilitated Man’

Former Baltimore Ravens running back and domestic abuser Ray Rice spoke sat down with ESPN’s Jemele Hill to discuss his life after the crime and he claimed to be a “rehabilitated man.” The former all-pro running back was caught on camera dragging

Ray Rice: ‘I See Why People Commit Suicide’

The one-year anniversary of Ray Rice’s domestic violence video being released has come and gone, and Ray Rice is seeking new employment. The three-time Pro Bowl running back was released by the Baltimore Ravens in September and reinstated by the