11:45 AM EDT, Wed October 07, 2015
Times-Picayune 17 hours ago

New Orleans Saints release safety Kenny Phillips

Saints must make room for punter Brandon Fields
Baltimore Beatdown 19 hours ago

First down maker Kamar Aiken

Great plays shine for the very much needed receiver The intermediate threat that the Ravens need to move the chains is becoming more apparent, especially with the loss of Steve Smith Sr. Kamar Aiken on Thursday against the Pittsburgh Steelers provided some much needed playmaking in the vital victory for the Baltimore Ravens. Kamar Aiken's very first reception of the game resulted in a first down. As did his second catch. His third was also a first down creator, but instead put up six on the board with the 15 yard outside fade route that was an easy pass straight into the...
Baltimore Sun Oct 2, 2015

Steve Smith Sr., Michael Campanaro leave Steelers game with back injuries

The Ravens leave Pittsburgh early Friday with that elusive win in their account after Thursday's 23-20, overtime victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but carry several injury concerns that could linger during their long weekend. Wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. left at the end of the third quarter...
Gang Green Nation Oct 2, 2015

Five Questions with The Phinsider

We had a chance to ask Kevin Nogle of The Phinsider five questions about the Miami Dolphins, and here is what he had to say: 1.  The Dolphins started the season with high expectations, and they're floundering, to say the least. It's been said that Joe Philbin is on the hot seat... do you think he gets left on the tarmac at Heathrow Airport if the Dolphins lose to the Jets on Sunday? I don't, but I think there is a chance defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle could be looking for a new job if the Dolphins lose this week - especially if they lose like they did last week against the Bills. I...
Big Cat Country Oct 2, 2015

Jaguars vs. Colts: The battle for first in the AFC South

The Jaguars travel to play the Colts in Week 4 and here's everything you need to know about the AFC South matchup. The Jacksonville Jaguars are having injuries pile up on them and to classify them as being decimated is probably accurate. Injuries played a big part in the 51-17 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday, but it's not why the Jaguars got their doors blown off. That reason is a much deeper discussion for another day. The Jaguars were hurting on the defense as is, without their best pass rusher in Sen'Derrick Marks, their starting safety Johnathan Cyprien still sidelined and...
Big Cat Country Oct 2, 2015

Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Bill Belichick encourages Gus Bradley

Before the Patriots walloped on the Jaguars to the tune of 51-17, Bill Belichick had some encouraging words for Gus Bradley. New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick encourages Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley - ESPN.comBill Belichick expressed some admiration for the job Gus Bradley has done in his two-plus seasons in Jacksonville. The two coaches met before last Sunday’s game at Gillette Stadium and since Belichick was mic’d up by the Patriots’ official website, the conversation was recorded. The video is nearly four minutes long and it obviously includes a lot of...

DeMarcus Ware wins AFC Defensive Player of the Month

Denver wasn't the only city paying attention to Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware terrorizing the opposing quarterback. Some executives in New York noticed, too.
Cincy Jungle Sep 27, 2015

Steve Smith Sr. ripped on Bengals' secondary on sidelines

Steve Smith Sr. can pretty much say whatever he wants about the Bengals vs Steelers game, except that his team won, which they obviously did not. Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. was simply unstoppable against the Bengals, as has been the case in most of his matchups with Cincinnati. Coming into this Week 3 AFC North clash, Smith was averaging 17.1 yards per catch in five career games vs Cincinnati. And, he topped 100+ yards in three of them while scoring twice. Sunday's game saw Smith haul in a game-high 13 passes for 186 yards and two scores, both of which came in the fourth...
Baltimore Beatdown Sep 27, 2015

Ravens vs Bengals Final Score: Steve Smith going ham up in here

Steve Smith Sr. has no problems just ripping through defenders when he sniffs the endzone. He ended the game with 13 receptions for 186 yards and two touchdowns. Now this is on top of the 10 receptions and 150 yards he put up in Oakland. If you can read lips, you'll be able to see what the man on his last ride thinks of his competition. "pic.twitter.com/lRaKVDqcrS — RIP Kalief Browder (@aaronronel) September 27, 2015 That would be the following players 27- Dre Kirkpatrick - "Trash"24- Adam Jones - "Trash"43- George Iloka - "Fuckboi" Steve Smith go-ahead TD...
Denver Post Sep 9, 2015
Ravens notebook: Steve Smith Sr. has gotten acquainted with NFL rule on fighting

Ravens notebook: Steve Smith Sr. has gotten acquainted with NFL rule on fighting

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said earlier Wednesday that he isn't concerned about Smith's emotions boiling over, vowing that "Steve is going to be focused and ready to play football, and it's going to be about football."

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