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The Law Firm: Smith, Smith & Associates

Ryan Mink of BaltimoreRavens.com reports Steve Smith Sr. is calling the receiving group “The Law Firm: Smith, Smith & Associates.” What do you think of the nickname? Vote at the poll!

The All-Bad Contracts Team

Bill Barnwell of Grantland.com puts together an all-bad contracts team. Guess who makes the list at QB. LINK

Ravens work out cornerback, Baltimore native Brandon Driver

Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports Brandon Driver, cousin of former Maryland basketball star, Juan Dixon, and graduate of Parkville High School, tried out for the Ravens. LINK

Ravens safety Matt Elam a budding star in the secondary

Daniel Park of Baltimore Beatdown discusses Elam’s role in the secondary at his natural position of strong safety. LINK

Bernard Pierce is ready for starting role

After leaving practice on Saturday, Pierce’s Twitter was overrun with negative comments from fans. Read ESPN.com Jamison Hensley’s article on Pierce’s mindset moving forward HERE.

Lorenzo Taliaferro says destruction of property case will be resolved soon

According to Aaron Wilson, Lorenzo Taliaferro thinks his destruction of property case will be dismissed soon. LINK

 

What do you think of the nickname given to the receiving corps: "The Law Firm: Smith, Smith & Associates"?
Do not like it, The Law Firm is Cincinnati Bengals RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis. (27%)
I like it! (73%)
This poll has completed. Thank you for voting.

4 Raves on “RAVENS LINKS: Smith, Smith & Associates

  1. Cheri on said:

    Brandon Driver who is he? Just when you think you watch enough college football to know alot of the players you heard of the Ravens pull someone out that you never heard of.(gee sounds like something Yogi Berra would say)I really wish they would keep their word and bring back Drayton Florence like they promised him they would if a need popped up and with the Ross injury there is that need.
    For me this 3rd corner and RT spots still stands out like a sore thumb and would feel much better if a vet was bought in to at least compete with the young guys for those spots. If the kids are good enough to beat out the vet then they would had earn that chance to start and then you send that vet on his merry way.Just my opinion which isn’t worth much.

  2. jay on said:

    Like the nickname but it’ll only stick if they produce on the field, that’s the bottom line. Alot of potential there but show me something.

  3. Tucker: M&T Sec 527 on said:

    Don’t stop there: there’s a Jones and a Brown in the law firm, as well. And don’t forget the two
    specialists in defensive law: [D] Sm,ith and [J.] Smith

  4. Mook on said:

    Bad contract could go to Ray Rice. What did he do last year? and this off season getting suspended! Flacoo I believe will get reworked? If he wants to win another S.B. he should work with the team?

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