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Torrey Smith Isn’t Worried About Anquan Boldin’s Departure from Baltimore

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

Torrey Smith wasn't happy to see his teammate get traded last week, but he understands the business of the NFL. Smith realizes that he will be looked upon to replace Anquan Boldin. Smith contends that he was targeted the same amount of times as Boldin, so he's not too worried about ...

Chris Kluwe on Homophobia in the NFL: “You’re Talking About a Problem Here that is Not Going to Change Overnight.”

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Brendon Ayanbadejo. Scott Fujita. Connor Barwin. Domonique Foxworth. These NFL players have come out and tried to tackle the issue of homophobia in the NFL. The NFLPA is trying to do more to end homophobia in the NFL after Michigan standout Denard Robinson said he was asked about girls at the ...

Hue Jackson: “Ray Lewis Doesn’t Need Anything to Help Him Get to Where he Needs to Be.”

Friday, February 1st, 2013

It was hard for Ray Lewis to deny a relationship with Mitch Ross after Hue Jackson came out this week and apologized for introducing Lewis and other Baltimore Ravens to him. The former Ravens assistant said he was sorry for the distraction the controversy has caused during Super Bowl week. Jackson met ...

Orioles Rookie Manny Machado Gives Baltimore a Boost with AL Co-Player Of The Week Honors

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

Going into Tuesday night's action Orioles rookie Manny Machado had gone 6-for-16 with three homers, one triple, one double, five runs and seven RBIs over his first four games. Machado's standout performance earned him American League co-Player of the Week honors. Jim Duquette and Buck Showalter sure have looked good since Machado's ...

Jamie Moyer on signing with the Baltimore Orioles: “I have to prove my health and my worth. It’s a great opportunity.”

Friday, June 8th, 2012

Jamie Moyer started spring training as the most popular comeback story in baseball coming off Tommy John surgery. He was invited to Colorado Rockies spring training and that in itself seemed like a huge accomplishment. The 49-year old left-hander then made the Rockies rotation and became the oldest winning pitcher ...