Friday, January 13, 2012
The Ravens take their 8-0 home record this season into Sunday's AFC Divisional playoff game against the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium.
Samara Sisserman said when you watch a Ravens game in person, it’s not just a game; it is an experience. From all of the pregame activities and tailgating outside the stadium, to the emotional salute to the troops with the playing of “Proud to be an American,” to Ray Lewis’ electric pregame introduction, Sisserman said the fans are already feeling electric before kickoff. “There is just no place more exciting to watch an NFL game than M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore,” said Sisserman, who along with her husband, Justin, have been season-ticket holders since 2004. “The stadium never stops rocking from the opening kickoff to when the final whistle blows.” Sisserman, whose family operates Maryland Beauty Academy, believes that electric …
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
The Bleacher Report on new acquisitions Lee Evans and Ricky Williams, and the more familiar defense.
In just two preseason games, a 13-6 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and 31-13 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, the Ravens have provided a glimpse of what may be in store this year. They look like they now have a legitimate deep threat in Lee Evans, a stronger power running game with the additions of Ricky Williams and Vonta Leach, and a better and more diverse pass rush. The complete Bleacher Report and slide show, "Baltimore Ravens: 5 Things We Learned Through Two Preseason Games," can be found here. The Ravens host the Washington Redskins Thursday at M & T Bank Stadium. Tickets are available.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Ravens safety Ed Reed held his second annual football camp this week at Franklin High School. Reed uses the camp as an opportunity to teach lessons for on and off the football field.
The cost of Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed’s two-day football camp is a reasonable $90 per player. However, the approximately 150 middle and high school athletes who attended left not only with new football knowledge but, more importantly, life lessons that only an NFL player could teach. Reed, along with several other of his Ravens teammates and former high school coaches, schooled the campers on points like defensive footwork, wide receiver stances and offensive line leverage. But the education did not stop there. The All-Pro safety’s passion for giving back to the community runs much deeper. “This is our future,” he said amid Thursday’s sun-drenched morning session. “We can come out and give some advice on academics, make sure the kids…