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Lamar Jackson is more than a ‘running back’

Lamar Jackson has outgained eight NFL franchises this season on the ground. The Ravens quarterback has thrown for more passing yards than more than half the league. The so-called “running back,” which entered the NFL just a year ago, is already proving he’s a legitimate force under center and the …

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Jaguars, Dolphins Experience Two Different Preseason Opener Results

It’s the tale of two differing preseason openers for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Miami Dolphins. For the Jaguars, the much-anticipated debut of new quarterback Nick Foles was put on hold as the Jaguars struggled. For the Dolphins, their quarterback competition took center stage in their preseason opener and Miami …

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Ed Reed, Tony Gonzalez Headline Strong 2019 NFL Hall of Fame Class

The 2019 NFL season is full of unknowns and anticipation. But before the league can move forward, they must take time to step back and reflect. This weekend, eight well-deserving members of the football community will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame.  The G.O.A.Ts When you think of the …

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Harbaugh comments on Lamar Jackson’s potential

Recent discussions in the NFL have centered around an athletic quarterback who shocked the college football world through his legs and arms en route to a Heisman trophy. No, not Kyler Murray. This QB already plays in the NFL and led his team to a 6-1 finish as a starter, …

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NFL Coaches Preparing for 2018 in NFL Minicamps

NFL Minicamps are well underway, and following practice, various coaches would address some questions from the media. Heading into the 2018 season, four teams are feeling championship-bound, featuring locker room leaders and championship-repeat dreams. Locker Room Leaders in 2018 The locker room leader role for two teams are being established …

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Ravens Give RGIII Another Shot at the NFL

From the nation’s capital to the rock’n’roll capital of the world, Robert Griffin III will head to Baltimore; the world’s crab cake capital. The Ravens signed Griffin to a one-year deal Wednesday morning. #PlayLikeARaven — Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) April 4, 2018 RGIII Review The former Heisman Trophy winner is …

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Ray Lewis: The NFL’s Newest Hall of Fame Member

Former Ravens’ linebacker Ray Lewis was elected as the newest member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. Lewis was named into the Hall of Fame in Minneapolis, Minnesota this past Saturday, on the same day as the fifth anniversary of the Ravens victory …

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NFL Coaches Deny Blackballing Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick is an unwanted man. The 29 year old is currently a free agent after spending the last six seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. Earlier in March, he opted out of his contract after worries that he was no longer the primary QB in San Francisco. In 12 …

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MNF Preview: Patriots and Ravens Set to Battle

It’s Monday night and that can only mean one thing… Monday Night Football. The Low Down The Baltimore Ravens (7-5) will head north on I-95 to Foxborough to face off against the New England Patriots (10-2).  Both teams are 4-1 in their last four starts. Current AFC Playoff Picture: 1. …

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Super Bowl XLVII Recap

Super Bowl XLVII was the longest Super Bowl to date with a running time of four hours and 14 minutes. The Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers made it one to remember with the Ravens edging the 49ers 34-31. Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco led the Ravens to a 21-6 …

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