Art Modell is not in the Hall of Fame because of a determined and successful effort by advocates for the abandoned Browns fans who had to wait three years to get a new owner, a new franchise and a brand-new stadium.
The Ravens spent the past two weeks waving off questions about last year’s playoff loss to the San Diego Chargers, then spent Saturday night replicating that disastrous performance against the wild card Tennessee Titans.
Since Maryland president Wallace Loh and athletic director Damon Evans got a second chance, it seems only fair that D.J. Durkin be allowed to return to full-time coaching, writes Peter Schmuck. Durkin's been hired as an assistant at Ole Miss.
The Ravens don’t have to win Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but it would certainly be a nice way to close out the regular season and ride an unprecedented tidal wave of success into the playoffs.
Now that the Ravens have assured themselves of the smoothest path through the playoffs, all that’s left is to ponder their possible opponents for the AFC divisional round in three weeks at M&T Bank Stadium.
Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry did a terrific impression of Lamar Jackson and the Mids ended Army’s recent domination of the rivalry to take home the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy for the first time since 2015.
Ravens running back Mark Ingram II is having a terrific all-around season and takes every opportunity to marvel at Ravens’ quarterback Lamar Jackson while deflecting credit for the role he has played in making the team’s offense — and Jackson — so successful.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has a banged up quad, but was on the practice field for limited activities the past two days. Should the Ravens try to take advantage of a soft opponent to give him a couple weeks rest?
Several of the other big college basketball powers have suffered unexpected early losses while Maryland has taken care of business, going 8-0 and winning three games in four days to earn the title in the Orlando Invitational over Thanksgiving weekend.
The Orioles have reportedly placed infielder Jonathan Villar on outright waivers, meaning that he'll become a free agent if no one claims him. The move will save the O's about $10 million, but cost them one of their best players.