Trainer Dallas Stewart and owner Charles Fipke's decision on Tale of Verve's status for the 140th Preakness next Saturday at Pimlico Race Course likely will rest on their analysis of last Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
Although the Ravens signed veteran runner Justin Forsett to a three-year, $9 million contract in March as their returning starter, they're still likely to reinforce the running back position with a rookie to work in tandem with him.
Shirtless despite the relatively chilly temperatures Wednesday, Towson pass rusher Ryan Delaire displayed his chiseled physique and crisp mobility for scouts during a series of outside linebacker and defensive end drills.
The former Philadelphia Eagles and Ravens starter is expected to make a decision soon after receiving offers from the Ravens, New York Jets, Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans, according to sources.
How loud was it during the crowd-noise-enhanced popup drills at Ed Smith Stadium on Friday? Well, Orioles got a noise complaint from someone living in the apartment complex on the far side of the facility.
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.
After issues in the past, cornerback Marcus Peters is trying to convince NFL teams that he can harness his emotions and is worth the risk. The scouting combine wraps up Monday with Peters and his fellow defensive backs working out.
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.
A day after his Seattle Seahawks fell just short of earning defensive coordinator Dan Quinn a second Super Bowl ring, the Atlanta Falcons on Monday announced the former Salisbury defensive lineman as their new coach.
Super Bowl parties are much like other parties. Good food, good company, and usually more than a few drinks are some of the similarities. The biggest difference is the Super Bowl is the most watched sporting event in the U.S. – and as most people know, sports have a way of polarizing people.
The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks will square off in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday night at University of Phoenix Stadium. Here's Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson's checklist of things to watch:
Move over Pepsi, Budweiser and Coca-Cola. Such national brands, known for big-budget, attention-grabbing advertisements during the Super Bowl, will share the stage this year with regional advertisers looking to make a splash in a more targeted, lower-cost way.