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Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesIron Man long sat near the heart of the Marvel Universe, leading his own series and often occupying a prominent ......
Matt Birk is going out on top. The six-time Pro Bowl center announced his retirement Friday after 15 years in the NFL, the last four of which were spent with the Baltimore Ravens. Which means that his last time on the football field as a pro player...
The Baltimore SunRavens veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin bullied defensive backs during the NFL playoffs, emerging as a Super Bowl XLVII hero. Now, he's in danger of losing his job. The Ravens are attempting to lower the $6 million salary of the three-time Pro Bowl...
The Baltimore SunPower ranking the best in Baltimore sports this week Every Monday, Baltimore Sun blogger and reporter Matt Vensel will rank the most significant athletes and events in Baltimore sports that week based on accomplishments on and off the field. Because,...
During an episode of “Fashion Police” show on the E! network, Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta talked about his Super Bowl experience, and joked about the game being sort of an opening act for singer Beyonce. During the show, which...
Tags: Joan Rivers, Football, Baltimore Ravens, Beyonce, Dennis Pitta
The Baltimore SunThe Ravens have been fixtures on national television shows since winning Super Bowl XLVII a month ago. Wide receiver Jacoby Jones will be “Dancing with the Stars.” Head coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco, the Super Bowl MVP,...
Pop2itBusted Coverage got a fun post-Super Bowl tip. New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski racked up quite the bar tab during the big game -- to the tune of $9600....
Before Kenan Thompson ended his silly impression of Ray Lewis on Saturday Night Live before Super Bowl 47 the comic said what he would do if the Ravens beat the 49ers. He said he would go to the 50-yard line of the Superdome, kneel down and ascend...
The Baltimore SunIn a little more than two months, Joe Flacco went from a much-maligned quarterback to Super Bowl Most Valuable Player to the highest-paid player in the history of the NFL. The Ravens agreed to terms with Flacco on a six-year deal worth $120.6 million...
Ready to relive Super Bowl XLVII? Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment, the NFL and NFL Films are teaming up to release Super Bowl XLVII Champions: 2012 Baltimore Ravens on March 12. The video includes bonus footage and interviews with members of the Ravens...
Tags: Joe Flacco, National Football League, Ray Rice, DVDs, Football
Joe Flacco had just put his signature ona six-year contract that could pay him as much as $120.6 million and the NFL’s newly-minted highest paid player had big plans to celebrate. “I'm going to drive home tonight and just go out to dinner...
KickingTiresIf you watched Super Bowl XLVII last month ??? as more than 108 million people did ??? you likely caught Cars.com's ad in which a couple seeking a bit of drama in their car-buying experience inadvertently find themselves in possession......
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