Thursday Night Football takes place tonight with the Pittsburgh Steelers set to take on the Baltimore Ravens in a vital clash for both teams. The Ravens must win to avoid slipping to 0-2 to open up the season, but the Steelers will be fighting to claim a victory to move them to 2-0 and maintain their perfect start.
BALTIMORE -- The Ravens will be without their top cornerback for the second consecutive game. Lardarius Webb won’t play tonight against the Steelers because of a back injury. Chykie Brown will start at left cornerback in the 8:25 p.m. Show More Summary
After a week dominated by the release of an elevator surveillance video showing Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancée, CBS Sports has apparently decided that opening Thursday night's NFL game between the Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers with a song from pop star — and domestic assault victim — Rihanna, would not be appropriate.
The Ravens will not have Lardarius Webb on Thursday night. We break down the fantasy implications. Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb will not play agains the Steelers on Thursday night due to a back injury. He went through practice...Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers will go head-to-head tonight in an AFC North rivalry that has been thrilling over the years, but all of the attention will likely be on the issues off the field rather than the play on it. As...Show More Summary
Fox News joined at least five networks that announced they would stop or minimize airing a video released by TMZ showing former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice striking his then-fiancée Jenay Palmer. On the same day, Fox's The FiveShow More Summary
In the wake of all of the news surrounding Ray Rice and the NFL, CBS has officially made some changes to their pregame show before the Baltimore Ravens play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football. According to Richard Deitsch...Show More Summary
The Cincinnati Bengals earned a huge 23-16 win in Week 1 against division rival Baltimore Ravens. Not only did Cincinnati start the year on a positive note, but the win furthered the notion that this is a team to be reckoned with in the AFC North. There were positives and negatives to take away from the Bengals' road opener on both sides of the ball. Show More Summary
Call it a case of bad timing, but to have Rihanna, who was infamously battered by her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown in 2009, sing and dance before the Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steeler, seemed wrong to many. Now it looks like CBS got the message: The network has pulled Rihanna from the show and […]
In an unfortunate coincidence, Rihanna, who was beaten by then-boyfriend Chris Brown in 2009, will perform before the NFL's Thursday night game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens in Baltimore just days after TMZ released a surveillance video showing former Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee Janay Palmer. Show More Summary
When will the domestic violence end? Reality Stars Who Have Been In Abusive Relationships Many stars have been in the news lately sharing their stories of abuse after Baltimore Raven’s baller Ray Rice knocked out his now-wife in an elevator
Pittsburgh and Baltimore is always a top game, and it's no different this time around. On Thursday night, the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers renew their AFC North rivalry at M&T Bank Stadium. Last year, the two teams splitShow More Summary
In a letter sent Wednesday, 12 Democratic members of the United States House Judiciary Committee called for "the highest level of transparency" in the aftermath of an elevator video showing Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice assaulting, and rendering unconscious, his then-fiancée, Janay Palmer. Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the division rival Cleveland Browns in Week 1 while the Baltimore Ravens fell to the Cincinnati Bengals in the other opening day AFC North showdown. Which team will come away with the win when the Steelers...Show More Summary
Amidst the focus on the Ray Rice, Roger Goodell situation the Baltimore Ravens host their division rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, on Thursday Night Football. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens will take center stage on Thursday...Show More Summary
Judy Kurtz, The Hill: Support is growing for former secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to take over as NFL commissioner following criticism of how the league handled the punishment of former Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice.... A Tuesday...Show More Summary
Music sung by a high-profile victim of domestic violence will open the television broadcast of Thursday night’s game on CBS between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers.
A pre-recorded Rihanna performance will open Thursday night's NFL game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens. If the macabre irony of that statement hasn't caught up to you yet, here's the rundown: The NFL has been facing serious backlash after its lenient sanctions against former Ravens player Ray Rice. Show More Summary
For the second week in a row, we have successfully finished the Pigsplosion before Thursday’s game. We are on a streak. You are (...)
On Wednesday the NFL announced that a former FBI director would investigate how NFL officials and league management handled evidence involving former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice’s assault of his wife, Janay Rice, when she was his fiancee.