Category: AFC North

Isaac Redman Talks about the Advantages of Pittsburgh’s New Offense, his Grasp on the System and his Chance to Start at RB

Friday, June 8th, 2012

The Pittsburgh Steelers offense is going through plenty of changes this offseason. Not only do the Steelers have to learn a whole new offensive under new coordinator Todd Haley, but there's also uncertainty regarding who'll be the No. 1 back to start the season with Rashard Mendenhall recovering from a ...

Lardarius Webb on Getting a New Contract: “I’ve put it in the bank account and now it’s time to win a ring”

Monday, June 4th, 2012

Last season the Baltimore Ravens got so close to the Super Bowl that they could taste it. Instead of ending their season in jubilation though, the Ravens' season once again ended in heartbreak. Heading into a season where Baltimore is looking to defend their AFC North crown and make a ...

Brandon Weeden Is Prepared to Go Out and Win the Browns Starting Quarterback Job

Friday, June 1st, 2012

The Cleveland Browns pulled off a draft night surprise when they took 28-year-old quarterback Brandon Weeden with the 22nd overall pick in the NFL Draft. While his numbers were outstanding during his short stint at Oklahoma State and showed to be one of the best college quarterbacks a season ago, ...

Ray Lewis on Miami Dolphins’ Decision to do ‘Hard Knocks’ and His Son’s Commitment to University of Miami

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Ray Lewis is preparing for his 17th NFL season with the same approach he's used his entire career. In fact, when the 37-year-old joined Michael Irvin on his radio show Wednesday, you could barely hear what Lewis was trying to say because he was in the midst of a 30-mile ...

Browns President Mike Holmgren Says Drafting Brandon Weeden Was the Team’s “Plan B”

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

When Mike Holmgren took over as President of the Cleveland Browns, the thought was that he would be the guy to finally turn the Browns around and get them going in the right direction. Since the team came back in 1999, there have been numerous different regimes that have tried ...

Mike Holmgren Says He is Setting the Foundation in Cleveland Properly

Monday, January 9th, 2012

When Mike Holmgren became the President of the Cleveland Browns he vowed to turn the franchise around and make the Browns a winner. While Holmgren inherited a mess and walked into the most dysfunctional franchise in the NFL thanks to the decision making of an ill-equipped owner, the Big Show ...

Ryan Clark on the Steelers Last Loss Versus Cleveland in 2009: “It was the most miserable game ever”

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

After losing in the Super Bowl last year, it was tough to predict which Steelers team was going to show up in 2011. Were they going to be hungry to get back to the Super Bowl and have the confetti drop on them this time, or were they going to ...

Joe Flacco: “I think we’re disrespected as an organization when it comes to the media”

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

In a lot of ways Joe Flacco is the perfect quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens and in a lot of ways he reflects the overall identity of the team. He’s tough, he’s poised, he never rattles, he’s not flashy, he won’t put up video-game like numbers, he won’t make too ...

Marvin Lewis and the Bengals Are Reverting Back to Being the Bungles

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

The Bengals came into the 2011 season with a number of question marks and for the first part of the season they were not only answering those questions but they were silencing a number of their critics. Behind a stout defense and the dynamic rookie duo of Andy Dalton and ...

Mike Wallace and Antonio Brown Vary in Touchdown Celebrations, but not in Threat they Pose to Opposing Defenses

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Other teams are getting more headlines and publicity, but the Pittsburgh Steelers have been quietly going about their business this season to the tune of a 9-3 record. Once the early-season woes of the offensive line were corrected (to some degree), the Steelers have been able to play more consistently ...