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Baltimore Ravens Nickname Goes Back As Early As 1993

One of our message board members, CharmCityCrab, dug up this archived article from the Baltimore Sun discussing a potential expansion franchise in 1993. The name under consideration was the Baltimore Rhinos (yeah, I know, stupid). At the end of the article, one of the potential names under consideration was the Baltimore Ravens. LINK

Revisiting Flacco-Smith Controversy

Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com revisited the Flacco-Troy Smith controversy in 2008 when fans were asking for Troy Smith to replace then rookie QB, Flacco. LINK

More Ravens Take the Ice Bucket Challenge

Torrey Smith challenged Justin Tucker, and he did it. Afterwards, he gave some interesting challenges. Watch the video HERE.

Ozzie Newsome and John Harbaugh among other Ravens’ personnel also took the challenge in honor of OJ Brigance. Watch that video HERE.

Yanda: ‘We love to run the ball’

Below is a CSN-Baltimore interview with Marshal Yanda after where he discusses the running game and his signature sandwich.

Future joint practices in SF seem likely

Bo Smolka of CSN-Baltimore talks about the success of the joint practices and how there will probably be plans next summer for practices out in SF this time. LINK

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JT
JT

The name Ravens actually goes back to 1947. There was a contest to name the new Baltimore team and Charles Evans of Middle River suggested the name Colts. The second choice in the contest was the name Ravens.

Mr. Oldman
Mr. Oldman

I just watched the above Yanda video, and I have an odd question. Does anyone know what the (patches? stickers?) are on his upper jersey? They seem to have some interesting images which I am sure is tied to something. It's odd what you notice sometimes.

Tony Lombardi
Tony Lombardi

Mr. O, The patch with an arm flexing designates exceptional participation in the offseason strength and conditioning program. Looking into the meaning of the other.

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