The Ravens hope to exploit Geno Smith’s inexperience, but won’t overlook his strengths at quarterback.
Ed Reed wouldn’t mind doing his part in improving New York’s turnover total this Sunday. After all, Reed is going back to Baltimore. Again.
The NFL’s marketing machine put up gigantic banners of Flacco alongside Peyton Manning on the Broncos’ stadium to promote the league’s first game of the 2013 season. Fans are furious, Manning is miffed and Flacco is flummoxed.
NFL owners approved two rule changes on Tuesday to enhance player safety. They might not vote on a proposal to ban offensive players from using the crown of their helmets against defenders.
One thing was clear: The Harbaugh family threw a Super party. “It was a heck of a football game,” Jim Harbaugh said, adding that he told his brother he was proud of him.
Joe Flacco proved his doubters wrong by leading the Baltimore Ravens to Super Bowl glory.
26 children from Newtown, Connecticut joined Jennifer Hudson to sing “American The Beautiful.”
With each focused on trying to take home the Lombardi Trophy, Jim Harbaugh’s 49ers look for a record-tying sixth Super Bowl title when they face John’s Ravens, who hope to send one of the game’s greatest players off to retirement in style.
There’s plenty going on in New Orleans around Super Bowl XLVII.
The coaching matchup in this game appears even. But the quarterback advantage goes to the 49ers, and the defense advantage also goes to the Niners. San Francisco will join the Steelers as the only six-time winners of the Super Bowl.
Of all the topics that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis wanted to talk about at Super Bowl media day, deer-antler spray probably was not on the list.
After the 49ers arrived on Sunday, it was the Ravens’ turn to touch down in New Orleans on Monday. They held their first media session at their hotel, the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.
The president’s thoughts about the future of the NFL — and whether he’d let a son play football — were a main topic of conversation as Super Bowl week got under way.
I landed in NOLA on Sunday night, and it didn’t take long to realize how much time and effort the city of New Orleans and the Host Committee put into preparing for the Super Bowl.
The Ravens came out of a three-game losing streak to make it to the big game in The Big Easy. December started off rough for the Ravens with consecutive losses to the Steelers, Redskins and Broncos. But as fate would have it, their lowest point became a turning point.