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Super Bowl champs, 10 years ago today

On this day, 10 years ago, the Ravens had a pretty big day. So big, that when it was over, they were Super Bowl champions. I was pretty young then, but I still get chills every time I watch the highlights of that game. There's no point to give the play-by-play, everyone remembers what that game was like for the Ravens. It's cool to see

Chuck Pagano's resume

As you probably all know by now, Chuck Pagano will replace Greg Mattison as the Ravens' defensive coordinator. What you may not know is that he has 27 years of coaching experience. Job experience: Pagano started his coaching career in 1984 where he was a graduate assistant at USC. From 1987-88, Pagano coached the outside linebackers at Boise State. In 1990, Pagano joined the UNLV

"Purple Friday" round two

M&T Bank, Legg Mason and Constellation Energy are teaming up to challenge Baltimore to show their "Purple Friday" pride by encouraging them to paint the town purple all over again. Companies are again encouraged to allow their employees to wear Ravens purple and light their buildings to show support for the team. Participating businesses can upload photos of their team spirit to the Ravens Facebook

ESPN's Flem Files highlights the best moments of the rivalry

I have to give some props to David Fleming who writes the Flem File on ESPN Page 2. In his most recent entry, he points out that, by far, the Ravens-Steelers rivalry is the best in sports. He doesn't just credit it to the hard-hitting games and close scores - he looks back on some of the matchup's most interesting moments. For example Fleming points

A look at some of the Ravens career playoff success

Joe Flacco: - Flacco joins only Bernie Kosar and Dan Marino as the only quarterbacks to start a playoff game in each of their first three seasons. - If Flacco and the Ravens win this Saturday he'll hold an NFL record for most wins on the road for any quarterback ever in the playoffs. Ray Rice: - Rice's 83-yard run in last season's playoff win

Monday Morning Harbaugh; "What's the 'tuck rule,' again?"

Every Monday, win or lose, John Harbaugh steps infront of the mic to take questions about the game from all of Baltimore's media members. Here are some of the highlights of what went down in today's press conference: How important is winning this week's game for the city since no team from Baltimore has ever defeated a Pittsburgh team in postseason play? "Is that a

Ed Reed given the game ball (video)

I'll let the title of this entry and the video do the talking. We all know about Ed Reed's brother and how hard that must have been to play with him missing. The team knows it too and Derrick Mason presented Reed with the game ball. Reed followed with a touching speech.

10 things you may not know about this season

1. Since John Harbaugh became head coach in 2008, the Ravens have allowed the NFL's fewest points per game (16.1). 2. Baltimore is the only team to rank in the top five in scoring defense in each of the past three seasons, finishing No. 3 every year. 3. The Ravens allowed a league-low one touchdown after a turnover, permitting just 28 points off 20 turnovers.

Purple Friday Discounts

If you've never had the chance to check out the Sports Legends Museum in Baltimore, Friday would be the perfect chance. In light of "Purple Friday," wear your purple to the Museum and get 50 percent off your ticket. This also applies to admission to the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum. Wear purple to the National Aquarium Friday and get yourself $5 off a Total

The Purple Friday Caravan

The Ravens Purple Friday Caravan brought to you by Miller Lite will kick off the 2010 NFL Playoffs Friday, January 7 at Padonia Station in Timonium. The 98Rock Morning Show will be broadcasting live during Bacon & Beer beginning at 6 a.m.. The Ravens Cheerleaders, Poe and Marching Band will join them soon after to begin Painting the Town Purple with giveaways, prizes and more.

Highlights from the Ravens and Chiefs last meeting

What happened the last time the Ravens and Chiefs met? The NFL has highlights of that game here so I won't give away the ending. I pretty much had forgotten how close this game was, and the Matt Cassel had to sit out. A lot has changed since then, for both teams. ESPN also posted their interview with Ray Rice this morning if you want

Monday Morning Harbaugh; Offense "really close" to an explosion

Every Monday, win or lose, John Harbaugh steps infront of the mic to take questions about the game from all of Baltimore's media members. Here are some of the highlights of what went down in today's press conference: When you say your offense is "really close," is that to an explosive, breakthrough-type game that hasn't been displayed yet? "Well, I think it's been displayed at

Looking back at the season's best moments

It wasn't pretty, but the Ravens got a close win against the Bengals to close out the season. Now it's time to look ahead to the playoffs and not back at the regular season that ended, as some would say, a disappointing 12-4. Disappointing 12-4 doesn't really sound about right to me. I'm not disappointed at all. I'll admit it wasn't pretty, but we're in.

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