Category: 105.7 the Fan in Baltimore

Buck Showalter Didn’t Feel the MLB Free Agent Market was Good Enough this Year, Understands the Temptation to Take PEDs

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

The Baltimore Orioles shocked the baseball world last year by finishing the season at 93-69 and earning a Wild Card berth into the postseason. After winning the play-in game against the Oakland Athletics, the Orioles took the New York Yankees to five games in the American League Division Series. It was ...

Cris Carter: Randy Moss is Not the Greatest Receiver of All-Time, But the Greatest Deep Threat

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Randy Moss sure made his presence felt in New Orleans before Super Bowl XLVII. During Wednesday's Super Bowl media session Moss explained his media day declaration that he's the greatest receiver of all-time. Cris Carter mentored a young Moss during his time in Minnesota from 1998-2001. Here's Carter's take on where ...

John Harbaugh on Ed Reed: “He’s going to play this year and be here. It looks like that is the case.”

Friday, July 20th, 2012

Baltimore Ravens fans may have been worried this spring and summer about the future of Ed Reed, but that trouble seems to be going away. No.20 ended all the drama earlier this week when he claimed he will be back in the Ravens secondary this season. John Harbaugh is standing by ...

Ed Reed: “Guys know that they have to step up and it’s going to take two people to replace a Terrell Suggs.”

Monday, May 7th, 2012

The NFL regular season may be four months away, but the Baltimore Ravens were given some crushing news last week when Terrell Suggs tore his Achilles tendon while training for the upcoming season. Another rumor has surfaced that the NFL Defensive Player of the Year sustained the excruciating injury while ...

John Harbaugh on being the #2 seed in AFC: “The goal is to come out of this week in championship form.”

Friday, January 6th, 2012

The Baltimore Ravens have now made the playoffs for the 4th straight year under John Harbaugh. Baltimore is the lone NFL team to win a playoff game in each of the past three seasons, but they haven't made it back to the Super Bowl since the 2000 season when they ...

John Harbaugh on Joe Flacco not being an elite quarterback: “Anybody that knows football knows that is not the case.”

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Week 7 concludes with the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars squaring off on Monday Night Football. The matchup pits two teams going in opposite directions -- the struggling Jaguars (1-5) are in a full on rebuild mode after giving rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert the chance to play, while the Ravens (4-1) are leading the AFC North and ...

Derrick Mason: “I can still play football and play it at a high level”

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

After a new collective bargaining agreement was reached in the NFL, teams began to go to work immediately. One of the teams that was most aggressive following the lockout coming to an end was the Baltimore Ravens. With a new salary cap in place and a team loaded with veterans, ...

Derrick Mason: “I think the meat and potatoes of the agreement are there….But this deal is too big to do electronically.”

Friday, July 22nd, 2011

Here's Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and player rep Derrick Mason with an update and commentary on the NFL Lockout situation. Sounds like there's nothing in the new proposal that's unacceptable to the players necessarily, but also that they're collectively going to take the necessary time to make sure all 1,900 ...

Derrick Mason Emphatically Ranks Peyton Manning ‘Hands Down’ As The Best Player In The NFL

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

It's been two months since Derrick Mason started some fireworks over the air waves with his weekly spot on The Norris and Davis Show heard on 105.7 The Fan in Baltimore, but the Ravens wideout did not disappoint in this latest installment. As there has been encouraging banter between both ...

Derrick Mason Is Not A Fan Of Roger Goodell Claiming “He’s a joke” For Not Getting A New CBA Deal Done

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Ravens veteran wide out Derrick Mason has not been shy about voicing his displeasure this offseason, whether it pertains to the current NFL lockout or even the Miami Heat crying in the NBA.The Ravens player-rep in the former NFLPA is not happy about the job that Roger Goodell has done, ...