Let’s be honest, you’re going to watch the Super Bowl tonight. You might feel indifferent about the two teams playing if you’re one of the many who will tune into the Super Bowl so you have something to talk about at the office tomorrow morning, so I've put together this rooting guide.
College and professional coaches have long understood the importance of what is popularly called "team chemistry" or "team culture." These days, the science of gauging a team's dynamic has become increasingly sophisticated and the practice of hiring consultants more common.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler, County Executive Barry Glassman, other members of the sheriff¿s command staff and police chiefs from agencies across the state were lined up outside, as the body of fallen Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon arrived for his funeral service at Harford Community College Saturday morning.
Russell Wilson is soaring into that next stratosphere, where the pertinent question is not whether or not he¿s elite, which is now undeniable, but whether his astonishing proficiency will be sustainable.
Ravens special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg confirmed on Thursday that Steve Smith Sr. will remain the Ravens' primary punt returner, maintaining that the wide receiver is the team's best option in that role.
New Orioles outfielder Travis Snider wasn't around for FanFest because he's a huge Seattle Seahawks fan and he attended the Super Bowl that weekend, so he probably figured he was going to get a question about "The Play" in his first interview session with the Baltimore media covering spring training.
It seems to be fitting for the Super Bowl champion to be possibly still involved in a cheating scandal because this has been a year of turmoil for the NFL, whose image has been tarnished and integrity challenged.
Marc Trestman has passed the bar exam, sold municipal bonds and written a book on leadership and perseverance, but the 59-year-old, with a professorial appearance and a philosopher's vocabulary, has always found his way back to the sideline, which is where he'll be again this summer as the Ravens' offensive coordinator.
Without offering specific details, former Ravens and Chicago Bears linebacker and special-teams ace Brendon Ayanbadejo delivered some explosive allegations about his Super Bowl experience with one of his former NFL employers.