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“Winning isn’t everything, but it sure beats coming in second.” That famous quote was often used by Bear Bryant as he coached and made a perennial winner out of the University of Alabama football team. Bryant and his players won 323...
The Baltimore SunWith their 2013 draft class in town for their rookie minicamp, the Ravens announced the jersey numbers that their 10 draft picks will wear. The Ravens rookies wore their new shiny jerseys Friday afternoon at The Castle. First-round pick Matt Elam will...
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The Baltimore SunI couldn’t help but notice a trend with Baltimore’s 2013 draft class, especially because Ravens officials made a point to mention to reporters that both of their second-day picks were “red-star” players on their draft board....
Tags: Torrey Smith, Ray Rice, Ed Reed, Ray Lewis, Rolando McClain
Ravens Nation, you feel better about things, don't you? The great panic is officially over. Oh, it was rough there for a while, watching the Ravens clean house and get rid of the old guys and the locker-room lawyers and the over-valued players who...
The Baltimore SunThe Baltimore sports scene is blessed with a bunch of talented bloggers who bring their unique perspective to the conversation. Each week, I hope to chat with one of them in a regular feature called Blogger on Blogger. This week, I exchanged emails with...
Here is what five national NFL analysts are saying about how the Ravens did in the 2013 NFL draft. --- Mel Kiper Jr. of ESPN gave the Ravens an A-minus grade and said they did a good job addressing needs. “The Ravens needed to come out of this...
The Ravens still have holes. They need to find a starting left tackle, and they could use a No. 2 receiver and add depth at the linebacker and offensive line positions as well. But as the NFL draft ended Saturday night and the Ravens walked out of the...
Here's what a collection of other media outlets are saying about the Ravens' selection of Florida safety Matt Elam at No. 32 in the first round: ** Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com explains why he thinks the Ravens picked Elam over Notre Dame linebacker...
Tags: The New York Times, Manti Te'o, USA Today, Ed Reed, Football
The Baltimore SunGeneral manager Ozzie Newsome said last week that there were so many good safeties in the draft that there would be one who the Ravens could take in all seven rounds. However, the Ravens showed on the first night of the 2013 NFL draft just how much...
Tags: Football, Super Bowl, Michael Huff, NFL Draft, Oakland Raiders
The Baltimore SunRavens general manager Ozzie Newsome is known for his coolness and he seldom gushes about a draft pick. He got a little excited when the team made UCLA offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden the franchise's first draft pick in 1996, but there wasn't much...
Tags: Terrell Suggs, Ed Reed, Chris Canty, Football, Jonathan Ogden
AP Sports WriterOWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens have selected safety Matt Elam with the 32nd overall pick in the NFL draft. Elam was a two-year starter with the Gators. He fills the hole left by the departure of Bernard Pollard, who was cut after the...
Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Super Bowl, Football, NFL Draft, Sports
Gators safety Matt Elam had to wait until the end, but it was worth the wait. Elam was the last player selected in the first round of the draft Thursday night, eventually landing with the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. Elam's hard-...
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