Ravens to go to Indianapolis anyway — in the middle of the night via...
Following the tradition set by the 1984 Baltimore Colts, some members of the 2012 Baltimore Ravens will be heading to Indianapolis for the Super Bowl in the middle of the night via Mayflower trucks. About 20 members of the team have agreed to take the trip led by MLB Ray Lewis and Defensive Coordinator, Chuck Pagano, who was just named the Colts new Head Coach.
With Ravens out, Flacco to front Queen tribute band
Following his team's heart-breaking playoff loss to the Patriots Sunday, Ravens QB Joe Flacco announced he has accepted an offer to be lead singer in the Queen tribute band Killer Queen.
‘HarBowl II’ to be held in parents’ backyard next weekend
“None of my guys or Jim’s guys were ready to have our seasons end just yet.” said John. “But due to some NFL rules that only allow teams to play in the Super Bowl if they win their playoff games even if they're coached by a Harbaugh brother, we had to make some adjustments.”
AFC Championship game worse for Baltimore than the end of ‘The Wire’ says Ravens...
After Billy Cundiff missed a 32-yard game-tying field goal, belligerent Ravens fan Walt Gumperson stormed out of Sam's Tavern in east Baltimore screaming of repercussions for the blown game.
Cundiff saves Ravens from mid-winter trip to Indianapolis
The entire Baltimore roster rejoiced Sunday afternoon following kicker Billy Cundiff’s missed field goal with seconds remaining in the AFC Championship Game, saving the Ravens from a mandatory mid-winter trip to cold and desolate Indianapolis.
Papa John’s issues controversial receipt calling John Harbaugh ‘third best coach in family’
"This is not something we condone," said Papa John's in a press release. "We expect all of our employees to adhere to strict company standards. It is clear that John Harbaugh is the second best coach in the family. We expect our employees to accurately reflect the accomplishments of our customers.
Plagued by turnovers, Ryan switches Jets to Ravens-style ‘All Defense Offense’
“I invented the All Defense Offense,” Ryan declared. “I won a Super Bowl ring with the All Defense Offense. I made it work in Baltimore, and I can make it work here."