Last Friday, ballet’s overcrowded aviary welcomed a new addition: Raven Girl. Sexy, sleek, troubled and troublesome, she is the creation of the bestselling author Audrey Niffenegger and Royal Ballet’s resident… Read more The post Losing the plot appeared first on The Spectator.
The 2015 NFL draft is inching closer and closer as the Ravens continue to finalize their big board. Baltimore has routinely found impact players in nearly every round of the draft, whether it's in the first round or the seventh round. The...Show More Summary
The story of Raven loft started with the idea to live simply, sustainably, and low-cost. Geoff de Ruiter, owner of Raven Loft, bought a half acre forested plot of land for $35,000 through a court ordered sale on Pender Island, BC, Canada, and built the treehouse
Quarterback Matt Schaub has been out of work since being released by the Raiders and may find work with one of the teams he played with before heading to Oakland. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Falcons are among the teams interested in signing the veteran signal caller. Atlanta drafted Schaub in the third…
Injury concerns have seemingly put the Baltimore Ravens' tight end position in limbo. The Ravens are still unsure whether Dennis Pitta plans to return for the 2015 season after hip surgeries in consecutive years, and they don't know when two potential free-agent targets (Jermaine Gresham and Zach Miller) will get on the field this offseason. Show More Summary
TV fans sample the new ‘Game of Thrones’-themed beer called Three-Eyed Raven that’s out right before the season (...)
Ray Rice is moving on from Baltimore -- selling the mansion the built in 2012... the same year he signed a $35 million contract with the Ravens... this according to the Baltimore Sun. The 4,736 square foot home was listed at $899,000 -- and…
Raven Sorvino is the female ‘Pac in her new video for “Makaveli”. I’m crying because she reenacted the courtroom walk-out, Red Wings jersey and everything. Produced by Aktive. Previously: Raven Sorvino (Next Up)
The Baltimore Ravens could use some help at the cornerback position in the NFL draft. Who could the Ravens target at cornerback in the draft? In what round should they look to draft a cornerback? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Draft Analyst Matt Miller discuss a cornerback the Ravens could target in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
At the end of April, the Baltimore Ravens will be on the clock, making their first selection of the 2015 NFL draft. Many of this year's best prospects will be long gone when Baltimore makes its first pick at No. 26. However, the Ravens have been as good as anyone at finding star-caliber players later in the first round. Baltimore drafted C.J. Show More Summary
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During last year’s AFC Divisional Round match-up between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens, the Pats resorted to all sorts of crazy offensive formations that confused the Ravens and helped them earn a 35-31 victory. Should they run into John Harbaugh‘s club again next season, New England is going to have to find another […]
PHOENIX -- Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said last month that everyone will probably find out before April whether running back Ray Rice will get a second chance to play in the NFL. With April quickly approaching, Rice has had no reported talks or visits with any teams. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, NFL owners banned ineligible substitution rule used by the Patriots in the playoffs, much to the delight of the person running the Ravens' Twitter feed.
The trick play the Patriots used against the Ravens in the playoffs will no longer be legal under an NFL rule adopted today. The league has made it illegal for an offensive player with an eligible receiver’s jersey number (1-49 and 80-89) to report as an ineligible player and line up outside the tackle box.…
NFL owners have passed the rule proposal banning the use of ineligible receivers like the Patriots did in the AFC divisional playoffs. — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) March 25, 2015 Thomas Edison said that invention was 10 percent inspiration and 90 percent perspiration. Show More Summary
PHOENIX -- Whether you want to call it the Ravens rule or the Patriots rule, no team will be able to employ the same tactic that the New England Patriots used in their divisional playoff win over the Baltimore Ravens two months ago. The...Show More Summary
The ineligible receiver rule is no more, thanks to New England’s use of it in playoff win.
The New England Patriots took advantage of the rules to beat the Baltimore Ravens in the postseason. On Wednesday, the NFL changed the rules. The Patriots ran some four-man lines where running back Shane Vereen was on the line but ineligible and tight end Michael Hoomanawanui eligible despite lined up at what looked like a left tackle position. Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens ultimately got their wish, and the rules regarding ineligible receivers has been tweaked. The NFL announced multiple rule changes at the conclusion of the annual owners meetings in Arizona on Wednesday, on top of the safety-oriented rule changes that were announced Tuesday. Show More Summary