Category: Bernard Pollard

Bernard Pollard: “The Rules are Gonna Really Get Somebody Hurt”

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

Bernard Pollard is moving on, along with a slew of fellow defending champions from the Baltimore Ravens. He and Ed Reed will bring their fierce mentalities to the AFC South (Pollard in Tennessee, Reed in Houston) after a controversial yet successful final season in Baltimore. The Tennessee media had better ...

Six Fractured Ribs Don’t Keep Bernard Pollard From Enjoying His Super Bowl Victory

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

Bernard Pollard went into the Super Bowl knowing he had played much of the season with six fractured ribs. In case he forgot, Pollard was reminded that they were broke on the very first play of the game. He admits that didn't lead him to have his best game ever, ...

Bernard Pollard Understands Why the People of Boston Hate Him

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Bernard Pollard is off to his first Super Bowl after once again playing a role in slaying the New England Patriots. Pollard's presence in the game alone might be enough to cause Pats fans to cheer for the 49ers in Sunday's Super Bowl. Bernard Pollard joined Josh Innes and Rich Lord ...

Bernard Pollard Says the Baltimore Ravens “Couldn’t Care Less [about] What Happened in Week 15″

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Bernard Pollard is quite familiar with Peyton Manning, as are his Baltimore Ravens. Pollard has faced Manning plenty, with little team success. In fact, the Ravens have lost nine straight games against Manning. Most recently, Baltimore was beaten handily by the Broncos in Week 15. While Pollard admits he doesn't ...

Bernard Pollard: “We can’t keep asking our offense to score 35 points per game”

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

This past weekend the Baltimore Ravens snuck away with a win against the Dallas Cowboys and moved to 5-1 on the season. It came at a price though. The team's emotional leader and legend, Ray Lewis, was lost for the season with a torn triceps. That's not the only loss ...

Bernard Pollard on Ed Reed: “He better not leave me hanging”

Friday, May 18th, 2012

When the name Bernard Pollard comes up around the NFL, the first two things that I think about are his hit on Tom Brady when Pollard was playing for the Chiefs, a hit that ultimately cost Tom Brady the season in 2008, and this dance in the locker room that ...

Bernard Pollard Rants and Raves About the Bounty Punishments and the NFL’s Crackdown on Violence: “This is Not Powderpuff Football”

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

The New Orleans bounty scandal isn't going away. Four penalties handed down from the league office are being appealed, and the fallout will only build when players are punished in the near future. As a result, new players continue to come forward with their perspectives on "Bountygate." Considering his history ...

Bernard Pollard on Super Bowl XLVI: “My opinion? I really hope the Giants put a thrashing on the Patriots. I really do.”

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

It looks like Bernard Pollard is suffering from a case of sour grapes. The man known as the "Patriots Killer," a nickname he earned after tearing Tom Brady's ACL back in 2008 while playing for the Kanas City Chiefs, picked up right where he left off after his clean tackle ...

Bernard Pollard on Rash of Fines Being Issued by NFL for Physical Play: “It’s most definitely killing the game.”

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

The Baltimore Ravens are gearing up for their Week 9 showdown with the rival Pittsburgh Steelers. Coming off a loss in Week 7 to Jacksonville and then a shaky Week 8 win against the Arizona Cardinals, one might think that Baltimore is in for a world of hurt on the ...

Bernard Pollard: “We are pros and we are not playing like it. We continue to make the dumbest mistakes, the dumbest, and you can’t sugarcoat that.”

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

For the third week in a row, the Houston Texans suffered another last-minute loss leaving them with a bitter taste in their mouths and on the fringe of the AFC playoff race.  The Texans rallied from a 16-point deficit to go up by one point with just over two minutes ...