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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – May 13, 2017

Ravens:
Former Raven WR Michael Jackson has died in a motorcycle accident… Ray Lewis son Rashard transferring to MD, 3 years of eligibility left…
Ravens draft received decent grades (B+/A-) from various sources. We got some of our needs, but still need folks to step up and fill gaps.

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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – February 7, 2017

Ravens:
Rumor has it that they are now going to put the Atlanta Falcons logo on all toys with small pieces since they are universally recognized as a choking hazzard.

Silver Lining: Best thing about the Patriots winning the Super Bowl (again) is that it wasn’t the squealors.

[Mic Drop]

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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – January 10, 2017

Ravens:
Well, not much will get done until after the super bowl, so all we can do is watch the pathetic excuse for football game being promoted by the No Fun League. In Saturday’s action, the Houston won the battle of depleted QB, while Seattle club the Lions. On Sunday, the Fins should that they can’t stop a crossing route, while the Giants did their best “Ravens” impression. However, the weekend highlight occurred after all the games were over when pittsburgh THUG Joey Porter was arrested for disorderly conduct and assaulting a bouncer and a cop. He has been placed on administrative leave. 🙂

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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – January 2, 2017

Ravens:
Do you really want me to review that fiasco? Essentially, all our weaknesses were exposed as we struggled in all phases of the game. Question is: Does it matter? Answer is No. It was better to lose than to win since there are no playoffs this year. Our draft order improved to #16, just ahead of wershington. Had we won, we would have slipped to 17-20, as they calculate tie breakers with 3 other teams, and wershington would have picked ahead of us.

What was more exciting (and disappointing) was how the Browns failed to put away the squealors. Couldn’t they just win that one game? Couldn’t they stop that final OT drive? F No!

2017 Scheduling: With the Chefs moving ahead of Oakland, we now have to travel to Oakland next season. Non-divisional opponents are set as Houston, Indy, Chicago, Detroit and Miami at home; and London (Jaguars), Tennessee, Green Bay, Minnesota and Oakland on the road.

Free Agent watch. The following folks have contracts expiring on February 6: WR Steve Smith (declared retirement), WR Kamar Aiken, CB Jarraud Powers, SS Matt Elam, DE Lawrence Guy, FS Anthony Levine, QB Ryan Mallett, G Vladimir Ducasse, DT Brandon Williams, FB Kyle Juszczyk, and RT Ricky Wagner.

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