1. Baltimore Ravens: Who Will Replace Bart Scott?

    During the offseason, Ravens linebacker Bart Scott tested free agency and signed a six year, $48M deal with the New York Jets...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 1,063 reads 9 comments

  2. Rating the Baltimore Ravens' New Additions

    The Ravens offseason didn't start so well. The team lost Bart Scott to the Jets and it looked as if Ray Lewis would leave. However, the offseason for the Ravens has been very good...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 1,960 reads 32 comments

  3. March Madness: Projecting the Midwest and West Region First-Round Matchups

    On March 19-20, the first round of the NCAA Tournament will take place. The number one seeds are Pittsburgh, Connecticut, Louisville, and North Carolina...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 1,083 reads 32 comments

  4. Isaac's NFL Mock Draft: Ver. 1.0

    On April 25th, the NFL Draft will take place in New York City. Where will the future stars go? Future Pro Bowlers and maybe Hall of Famers will make their first stop...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 740 reads 26 comments

  5. Could This Be the Baltimore Ravens' Most Confusing Draft?

    Since coming to Baltimore in 1996, the Ravens have had very successful draft classes, drafting future Hall of Famers Jonathan Ogden, Ray Lewis, and Ed Reed and also drafting very good ...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 519 reads 15 comments

  6. Baltimore Ravens: 25 Signs You're a Fan

    You've watched Death on Wings on YouTube at least 40 times. You get hyped up listening to Ray Lewis. You try to do Ray Lewis' pregame dance—and fail miserably. When in need of a laugh, you just say "Eddie George...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 563 reads 13 comments

  7. Baltimore Ravens: Could They Stack Up On Defense In The First Round?

    USC star Rey Maualuga is the No. 1 inside linebacker in this year's draft. He was the most feared player to run at last season, which explains why he had only 79 tackles and two interceptions, rather mediocre statistics for the No...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 577 reads 13 comments

  8. Ed Reed: The Best Safety in NFL History?

    We NFL fans consider Ed Reed to be a ballhawk. It's almost a given that he scores a touchdown or gets some kind of defensive takeaway each game...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 4,831 reads 40 comments

  9. The Baltimore Orioles Stacked Lineup, Stellar Rotation Have Team Optimistic

    Under team president Andy MacPhail, the O's farm system is ranked ninth in all of baseball, up from 18th just two seasons ago. MacPhail has drafted three prospects in the Top 100 prospects and acquired one...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 1,028 reads 22 comments

  10. Baltimore and Philly Are Dangerous Places: But We Have Pride

    The city of Baltimore is a blue-collar town. Depending on where you go, Baltimore is an ideal place to live. If you go to Camden Yards or M & T Bank Stadium, a family can have a pleasant time together...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 2,682 reads 6 comments

  11. Projecting the Baltimore Orioles' Opening-Day Pitchers

    The Baltimore Orioles are a team rebuilding for the future. They have some young pitching prospects to be reckoned with, such as Jake Arrieta, Chris Tillman, Brian Matusz and Brandon Erbe...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 514 reads 6 comments

  12. Baltimore Ravens' Draft Class Will Play Bigger Role Than Ever Before

    Being that ex-Ravens Jim Leonhard, Bart Scott and Jason Brown have found new homes this offseason, a lot of the Ravens success hinges on this year's draft. The team is in need of a wide receiver, cornerback, tight end, fullback, kicker and maybe center...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 918 reads 22 comments

  13. Division Debate: Underrated Ty Wigginton Sparks Orioles Lineup

    This offseason, both the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles were plenty busy. While the Yankees got proven talent, like Mark Teixeira, C.C. Sabathia and A.J. Burnett, the O's stocked up on young talent, such as Rich Hill, Felix Pie and Cesar Izturis..

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 240 reads 5 comments

  14. Ravens Fans: Are You Seriously Doubting The Wizard Of Oz?

    It's official - again. Bart Scott has left the Baltimore Ravens and will sign with the New York Jets, a six year contract worth approximately $48M. But, this day has been a good one for the Baltimore Ravens, overall...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 659 reads 38 comments

  15. B/R Draft Prospect Interview: Chase Bullock

    Maryland linebacker Chase Bullock (pictured here, sacking Matt Ryan), had a great year this year. He finished with 35 tackles, one for loss and three passes deflected. He stands at 6'3"/234 pounds and has talked to some NFL teams about his future...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 726 reads 7 comments

  16. Response to Joe Flacco Critics: Sing a Different Song, Already

    It's come from everybody. The experts. The amateurs. The opponents. They all think Joe Flacco is overrated. They claim that the reason for his success is great defense and a great backfield he has behind him...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 1,247 reads 58 comments

  17. Ramses Barden: Why The Ravens Need to Go Small-School Again

    Cal Poly wide receiver Ramses Barden (on left, sustaining hit) is a great draft prospect. Despite coming out of a very small school, he is the 12th best wide receiver prospect in a ...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 758 reads 24 comments

  18. In Baltimore, Hope Has Been Restored By Minor Leaguers

    In recent years, the Baltimore Orioles starting pitching has been pathetic. Last year, the rotation finished 27-39 and the O's team ERA of 5.13 was second to last in all of baseball...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 479 reads 23 comments

  19. Adam Jones and Felix Pie: Do We See an Odd Similarity?

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  20. Baltimore Orioles' Spring Training Preview

    Saturday is a big day for baseball fans. On Saturday afternoon, pitchers and catchers will report to Spring Training and baseball will be back...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 1,234 reads 36 comments

  21. Letdown: The Story of the 2005 Baltimore Orioles

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  22. Anquan Boldin: The Baltimore Ravens' Golden Opportunity

    The Cardinals' Anquan Boldin is one of the top wide receivers in the NFL. In 2008, he caught 89 passes for 1,038 yards and scored 11 touchdowns. He missed four games due to injury and is one of the steadiest receivers in football...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 1,567 reads 19 comments

  23. Baltimore Orioles' Analysis: Starting Pitching

    Going into the offseason, Orioles team president Andy MacPhail would have to address the problem of the O's starting pitching. The only sure starter was the ace, Jeremy Guthrie. MacPhail has answered the doubters...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 418 reads 19 comments

  24. NFL: You Don't Know It, but Newsome Pulled yet Another Houdini

    Baltimore Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome is a football immortal. He is a Hall of Fame tight end and a drafting genius. As a 6'2", 232 pound tight end from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, he starred with the Cleveland Browns...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 634 reads 20 comments

  25. Atlanta Braves: 2008's Listless Rotation Has Become a Strength in 2009

    In the 1990's the Atlanta Braves easily had the best rotation in baseball. They had Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine as a dominant 1-2 punch and, at the back end, the Braves had John Smoltz and Steve Avery...

    Bleacher  Report Written by Bleacher Report about 6 years ago 841 reads 30 comments