Suggs Moving on From “Dirty” Talk

Ravens Links Suggs Moving on From “Dirty” Talk

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Breaking Madden: The Mark Sanchez Century

SB Nation writer, Jon Bois tried as hard as he could, simulating Madden using every team with the goal of getting Mark Sanchez a Super Bowl. He first tried all 32 teams, then he tried to stay with some of the better teams in the league. After 89 simulated seasons, he finally did it with your Baltimore Ravens. I admire his dedication. LINK

Suggs moving on from Steelers, being called “dirty”

Terrell Suggs may receive a letter from the NFL for his hit on LeGarrette Blount, but, as Clifton Brown of CSN Baltimore explains, he’s moving on from the team from Western Pennsylvania and has his eyes on the rest of the season. LINK

Former Raven Le’Ron McClain Arrested on Drug Charges in Tuscaloosa

For those who missed the news yesterday, Matt Birch reports that former Raven FB Le’Ron McClain has been arrested on synthetic marijuana trafficking charges. LINK

Pees: Answer to secondary problem may be internal

Dean Pees talks about the secondary woes and how the solution may be to increase Will Hill’s playing time. That will be music to Ravens’ fans ears considering yesterday’s news about Jimmy Smith. LINK

Rick Wagner Quietly Becoming Dominant Tackle

Ryan Mink tells the story of Rick Wagner’s rise to where he is now: a stable, consistent force on the right side of the Ravens’ offensive line. LINK

From One ‘Berger to Another

Ryan Mink talks about John Harbaugh’s comparisons of this week’s ‘Berger, Zatt Mettenberger, to last week’s one, Big Ben. LINK

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Tyler has followed Baltimore sports his entire life. His favorite player growing up was Steve McNair, so he was ecstatic when he became a Raven in 2006. When he’s in front of the TV watching the game, it’s best to avoid non-football discussion. It’s quite likely he isn’t listening anyway, as his girlfriend can attest to.

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