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Ravens lineman John Urschel quits team, citing CTE study

BALTIMORE – Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel quit the NFL on Thursday – just two days after a landmark study of a degenerative brain disease showed that it affected 99 percent of professional football players. The study was published Tuesday […]

Ravens lineman John Urschel quits team, citing CTE study

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BALTIMORE – Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel quit the NFL on Thursday – just two days after a landmark study of a degenerative brain disease showed that it affected 99 percent of professional football players. The study was published Tuesday […]

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Eagles sign Tim Tebow: Chip Kelly’s offseason overhaul continues

What time is it, Eagles fans?? Tebow Time!! (Sorry, I had to do it.) As a lifelong Eagles fan living in Ravens country for the past eight years, I’ve grown quite

Bilbo Belichick and his hobbits magically defeat Ravens

In a game for the ages, the Baltimore Ravens had the best New England team in the last seven years on the ropes and pulling out all stops to

Ravens vs Patriots: Which team would Poe root for?

For more than 150 years, the city of Baltimore has embraced the legacy (as well as the body) of Edgar Allan Poe. The house where he lived with his

Orioles: Fundamentals, 10th man propel Birds toward pennant

Last Tuesday evening, I brought my kids to Modell’s Sporting Goods store off Joppa road in Putty Hill to meet Steve Pearce. The journeyman outfielder turned Oriole hero was

Never Easy, Never Pretty

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Dean Bartoli Smith's book, Never Easy, Never Pretty. You can purchase  "Never Easy, Never Pretty" at Amazon. Amazon Summary: When the Ravens won

Ray Rice’s domestic abuse video needs to be shared

The fallout from the Ray Rice incident has reached world-wide proportions. It has been discussed in our White House and in periodicals across our oceans. Football is getting attention

C.J. Mosley’s great, but Ravens’ draft class will be defined by who they take next

It’s a great start. But one player rarely makes for a great draft class. It’s not surprising the Ravens took C.J. Mosley, a 6-foot-2, 235-pound inside linebacker out of the

Book Talk: Rafael Alvarez and Dean Smith energize readers in Baltimore

(Rafael Alvarez and Dean Smith) Authors Rafael Alvarez and Dean Smith read from their respective books Jan. 8  and then engaged in a lively Q & A session with the

Ye Olde Year’s Almanac with apologies to ‘Poore Richard’

Greatest Loss among World Leaders – Nelson Mandela. Followed by his worthy heir and successor, President Thado Mbeki, he made and kept South Africa stable, growing, tolerant and democratic.

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