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    DeCosta Staying???



    Just got an update on my phone saying that he will not take anymore interviews. Sorry no link. I am sure br.com will have it up soon.




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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    I saw that on Casey Willet's FB page too. So did he take any already?




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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    Just said on the FAN that he's staying.




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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    Aaron Wilson @RavensInsider 13s
    Ozzie Newsome on Eric DeCosta: "He is a most valuable asset and will continue to help us win championships."

    Aaron Wilson @RavensInsider 34s Ozzie Newsome on Eric DeCosta: "He has chosen to stay with the Ravens, and we're excited that he will."

    Aaron Wilson @RavensInsider 4m As expeced, Ravens director of player personnel Eric DeCosta remaining with the organization. He's their general manager in waiting
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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    "A lot" is a two word expression denoting a great deal or greatly, as in "I like sunshine a lot." "Alot" is a lovable imaginary grammar monster. You can love a lot; you can love an alot; you can love alots a lot; but they are not the same thing.




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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    Nice.


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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    Of course he is staying. There is no better job being offered.




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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzie Newsome
    “Since this franchise started in 1996, we’ve established a strong history of retaining our most important executives, players, coaches and personnel experts,” Newsome said in a statement. “Eric, who has had opportunities to interview with other teams recently and over the years, is another one we want to keep and will keep. He has chosen to stay with the Ravens, and we’re excited that he will. He is a most valuable asset and will continue to help us win championships.”

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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    No doubt. I've always said when you find a job you like, there may be greener $$$ pastures, but personal happiness has a higher price tag.




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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    Dear Peter Angelos,

    This is how you run a class AAA+ organization. How many G.M.'s have you gone through?

    I thought so.

    Signed,
    Steve Bisciotti of the Baltimore Ravens
    (You know, the sports team this city really cares about?)




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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    WARNING: Idle speculation ahead.

    Newsome and Bisciotti always have a plan. Take, for instance, when Savage went to Cleveland. Prior to granting him permission to interview/leave, Bisciotti went to Newsome and said, "Before I let him walk, you need to assure me that you (Newsome) are going to stick around for the long haul." Bisciotti obviously got that assurance and Savage was off to the Browns (unfortunately, for him).

    Fast forward, I wonder if Newsome is contemplating stepping down (he's been at it for over 15 years....that is a long time in the NFL). And I wonder if a reverse assurance was provided to DeCosta: "Hang around and we will make it worth your while."

    The alternative is that DeCosta just doesn't want to leave the organization and is willing to play second-string to Newsome indefinitely. I am sure there could be very valid personal reasons to make that choice, but not professional ones. Not with the opportunities that were available this off-season.




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    Re: DeCosta Staying???

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    Dear Peter Angelos,

    This is how you run a class AAA+ organization. How many G.M.'s have you gone through?

    I thought so.

    Signed,
    Steve Bisciotti of the Baltimore Ravens
    (You know, the sports team this city really cares about?)
    Dear Steve:

    How many regional sports networks and broadcast rights to professional sports teams do you own?

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    "Big" Pete




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