Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta had the best statistical season of his young career in 2012, but you could easily argue that his best has yet to come. Last year, Pitta finished with career highs in all categories: 61 receptions, 669 yards and seven touchdowns. Show More Summary
Recently retired NFL player Matt Birk who played center for the 2012 Super Bowl champs, the Baltimore Ravens, rejected the opportunity to join the team on the traditional champion's trip to the White House this week because of President Barack Obama's support for Planned Parenthood.
Baltimore Ravens starting center Matt Birk skipped the White House reception for the Super Bowl champs on Wednesday due to his pro-life beliefs, taking special exception to President Obama's recent prayer "God bless Planned Parenthood." But The Washington Post didn't find that worth reporting. Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens capped a tremendous playoff run earlier in the year by defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. Now, they have the ring to prove it, as illustrated by a photo passed along by Adam Schefter of ESPN.Show More Summary
CBSSports.com has obtained a picture of the 2013 Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl rings and have a first look for you.
The Baltimore Ravens will receive their Super Bowl rings in a private ceremony Friday night. But ESPN's Adam Schefter was able to get a sneak peek of Baltimore's bling. The team's purple logo of a Ravens' head in profile is in the center of the ring, and there are two Lombardi Trophies (signifying the championships in 2000 and 2012) behind it. Show More Summary
This week, the Baltimore Ravens traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with President Obama at the White House. It's a longstanding tradition; the team lines up behind the president, the president makes a few corny jokes about needingShow More Summary
A first-year player who has turned heads in OTAs/minicamps: Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Brandon Williams: When a player comes from Division II, the natural assumption is he'll need a season to develop. That's not the case with Williams. Show More Summary
Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders outside M&T Bank Stadium
(Paul Mirengoff) Earlier this week, the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens visited President Obama at the White House. The reports I read noted that a few members of the championship squad were unable to attend because they were practicing with a new team. Show More Summary
Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Matt Birk skipped the team’s visit to the White House this week. He does not appreciate President Obama’s support for the abortion industry. Matt Birk also spoke at the Stand Up rally for religious freedom in … Continue reading ?
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Matt Birk declined a White House visit with the rest of his team for the annual congratulatory invitation extended to the Super Bowl winners because of President Barack Obama's support of Planned Parenthood. Show More Summary
A few months ago, fans and the media alike were in full-on Chicken Little mode after a number of veteran defections from the Baltimore Ravens. The sky was falling for the defending Super Bowl champions. Since then the Ravens have made a number of shrewd personnel moves, and had a successful 2013 NFL draft. Show More Summary
Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Matt Birk is pro-life — so when it came time for the Ravens to visit President Barack Obama for the annual congratulations to the Super Bowl winners, he decided not to go. The pro-life NFL player explained his decision: “I wasn’t there,” Birk told The Power Trip. “I would say this, [...]
The Baltimore Ravens are very smart about player acquisitions and have a good track record regarding who they add. Former Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Daryl Smith signed with them Wednesday, and I don't know that he could have found a better landing spot. Smith was a victim of bad timing. Show More Summary
Though we're still 92 days away from kickoff of the 2013-14 NFL season, it seems appropriate to begin thinking about the top contenders to win the Super Bowl. While the Baltimore Ravens were able to make a spectacular run to capture the Lombardi trophy, they were hit badly by free agency. Show More Summary
With Ray Lewis retiring, Dannell Ellerbe signing with the Dolphins and Rolando McClain lasting just a month in Baltimore before calling it a career in May, the addition of veteran linebacker Daryl Smith makes a lot of sense for the Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens fit in a much-needed signing into their busy day at the White House. The Ravens reached an agreement with free-agent linebacker Daryl Smith, according to The Baltimore Sun. Smith, 31, was an underrated linebacker...Show More Summary
As of right now, the Baltimore Ravens have 13 wide receivers on their roster. However, only six receivers caught at least one pass in 2012. I'm not sure that six wide receivers will even make the team this year. The average combined age of Baltimore's wide receivers is only 23 years and eight months. Show More Summary