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2017 NFL schedule: Dates set for two London games at Wembley Stadium

Fans of the Ravens, Jaguars, Saints and Dolphins can now start making plans for London

Ravens Linebacker Zachary Orr Retires At 24 Due To Neck Condition

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Zachary Orr, who is 24 years old, has retired from the NFL due to a congenital neck condition. Read more...

24-year-old star Ravens linebacker is retiring after suffering a serious neck injury

????? Baltimore Ravens linebacker Zach Orr is retiring from football after just three seasons in the NFL, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network first reported. Orr, just 24, suffered a serious neck injury late in the season and was placed on injured reserve before Week 17. Show More Summary

NFL confirms games at Wembley Stadium in Weeks 3-4 of 2017

The NFL has confirmed the two games that will be played at Wembley Stadium in London in Week Three and Week Four of the 2017 season. The Jaguars will “host” the Ravens in Week Three on Sunday, September 24, and the Dolphins will “host” the Saints a week later on October 1. Jacksonville has agreed…

NFL announces schedule for next season's Wembley games

The NFL says the Jacksonville Jaguars will play the Baltimore Ravens in the first game at Wembley Stadium next season on Sept. 24        

Ravens lose leading tackler Zach Orr to surprising retirement after just three seasons

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Zach Orr missed the team’s Week 17 game with what the team said was a neck injury. He was put on injured reserve, but it didn’t seem like a big deal. The Ravens were already eliminated from a playoff spot....Show More Summary

Ravens linebacker Zach Orr retires at age 24 due to neck injury

Zach Orr had a breakout year in 2016, but is choosing his health over a longer career. Zach Orr was one of the bright, young pieces on the Baltimore Ravens defense, but elected to retire after only three seasons in the NFL, according...Show More Summary

Zach Orr Retires Due to Injury: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Following a career season in 2016, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Zach Orr is reportedly retiring at the age of 24 due to injury. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport was the first to report the news Friday. Colleague Mike Garafolo added that Orr played with a cracked bone in his shoulder late in the season and missed Week 17 with a neck injury. More to follow. Show More Summary

Report: Ravens’ Zach Orr to retire at age 24

After becoming a starter and having his best season in 2016, Ravens linebacker Zach Orr is planning to retire, at age 24. Orr decided to retire despite the Ravens attempting to talk him out of it, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. According to Mike Garafolo, Orr played through a cracked bone in his shoulder…

New LOGAN trailer is pretty great!!!

Look X-MEN comics in X-MEN movie verse!!! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here...  I'm anticipating this film like it's my next meal.   So you know now how ravenous my desire to see LOGAN is!   What I love about this trailer is that it actually has bits from the other side of the 40 Minutes that we saw at BNAT18. Show More Summary

Joe Flacco expects Marty Mornhinweg to put stamp on offense this year

The Ravens made an in-season change at offensive coordinator when they dismissed Marc Trestman and elevated Marty Mornhinweg from offensive coordinator. It wasn’t always the smoothest transition and quarterback Joe Flacco lamented the offense getting too conservative during a late November game against the Bengals. Mornhinweg also said the offense had work to do to get…

Are too many commercial breaks really behind the NFL's declining ratings?

It’s really, really rare for an NFL owner to suggest he and his brethren accept less money for the good of the league. So we at least have to take Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti’s suggestion seriously. Bisciotti said that the NFL has too many commercial breaks, and that’s what has been affecting NFL ratings. Show More Summary

5 Things You Didn't Know About Edgar Allan Poe

3 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

You’ve read Edgar Allan Poe’s terrifying stories. You can quote “The Raven.” How well do you know the writer’s quirky sense of humor and code-cracking abilities, though?

Ravens hire Joe D’Alessandris as offensive line coach

The Ravens have filled their vacant offensive line coach position, hiring veteran assistant Joe D’Alessandris. He replaced Juan Castillo, who went to Buffalo to work on coach Sean McDermott’s staff. D’Alessandris is entering his 40th year of coaching and ninth as a pro. He spent three seasons with the Chargers but was out of coaching last…

Morgan Cox added to AFC Pro Bowl team

There have been a fair number of players added to the Pro Bowl rosters the last couple of weeks as players have dropped out, but the latest addition to the AFC team didn’t come with a corresponding departure. The Ravens announced that long snapper Morgan Cox has been named to the team by Chiefs coach…

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti urges NFL to reduce commercial breaks

The NFL ratings slump has been one of the major stories the league has encountered this year. A lot of it had to do with the presidential election, but one owner feels it’s more to do with the commercials rather than the election. Speaking...Show More Summary

Ricky Proehl urges Steve Smith to come home to be honored

Steve Smith was proud to be a Raven, and to attach himself to Baltimore for his final three seasons in the NFL. But one of his closest friends is lobbying him to return to Charlotte, and hopes time heals the wounds that came during his messy 2014 release. Retiring Panthers receivers coach Ricky Proehl said…

Raven #5

San Francisco is on the brink of total disaster, with more citizens being sucked into the giant orb by the minute! DC Comics' Raven #5 by Marv Wolfman & Diogenes Neves. The post Raven #5 appeared first on

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