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Teammates remember Tony Siragusa as a big-time player with a bigger personality

Tony Siragusa, the former NFL defensive tackle who died Wednesday at the age of 55, was remembered by teammates for the major role he played on the Ravens’ Super Bowl XXXV championship.“This is a tough one,” Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis said. “I love Goose like a brother. From the first day we met, [more]

Steve Bisciotti: Tony Siragusa’s personality made an enormous impact on the Ravens

The death of longtime NFL defensive lineman Tony Siragusa has elicited responses across the football world, including a remembrance from Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti.Siragusa played 73 regular season games over five seasons with the Ravens and also appeared in six postseason contests, including all four games the Ravens won en route to the team’s Super [more]

Former NFL defensive lineman, Fox sideline analyst Tony Siragusa dies at 55

Former NFL defensive lineman Tony Siragusa has died, Colts owner Jim Irsay announced. Siragusa was 55.“The Goose, Tony Siragusa has passed away at 55. I’m heart broken as is all of Colts Nation,” Irsay wrote on Twitter.Siragusa entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 1990, signing with the Colts. By his third season, [more]

Baltimore police say no signs of foul play, trauma in Jaylon Ferguson’s death

The Ravens announced the death of defensive end Jaylon Ferguson on Wednesday morning and the Baltimore police have added some more details about the circumstances of his death.Police said that officers responded to a call regarding a questionable death in a home in Baltimore’s Harwood neighborhood on Tuesday night. When they arrived, officers found Ferguson [more]

Ravens defensive end Jaylon Ferguson dies at 26

Jaylon Ferguson, defensive end for the Ravens, has died. He was 26.The team announced Ferguson’s passing on Wednesday.“We are profoundly saddened by the tragic passing of Jaylon Ferguson,” the team said in a statement. “He was a kind, respectful young man with a big smile and infectious personality. We express our heartfelt condolences to Jaylon’s [more]

Torrey Smith: Rookie dinners are BS, I’m glad veteran teammate Anquan Boldin taught me that

The practice of veteran NFL players forcing rookies to pay for dinners that cost tens of thousands of dollars has once again been in the news lately, with Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson expressing shock when told that he’ll have to spend $75,000 on a dinner for veteran teammates. One former NFL player is calling [more]

Bart Scott: Every defensive player would rather face Tom Brady than Peyton Manning

When Peyton Manning was playing, debates raged about whether he or Tom Brady was the greatest quarterback. With Brady still winning Super Bowls and playing at an MVP level long after Manning’s retirement, however, Brady has largely won the debate and the title of greatest of all time.Not in the mind of Bart Scott, however. [more]

Ravens QB coach: Lamar Jackson is a master at ignoring outside distractions

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is heading into the final year of his contract, and unless he signs a long-term extension, there will be constant questions about whether he’ll leave Baltimore. But Jackson’s position coach says that won’t distract him from the task at hand.Baltimore quarterbacks coach James Urban said Jackson always keeps his focus solely [more]

Ravens sign Steven Means

The Ravens have filled the roster spot they opened by releasing defensive lineman Derek Wolfe with an injury settlement this week.The team announced the signing of linebacker Steven Means to their 90-man roster on Friday. Means, who played one game for Baltimore in 2014, tried out for the team at this week’s mandatory minicamp.Means spent [more]

Ravens hopeful J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, Ronnie Stanley will be ready for Week 1

Injuries were a dominant theme for the Ravens during the 2021 season and some of the players who missed significant amounts of time are still waiting to make a full return to football activities.That group includes running backs J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards as well as left tackle Ronnie Stanley. Dobbins and Edwards both tore [more]

Lamar Jackson doesn’t rule out a holdout

After months of refusing to engage the Ravens in contract talks, quarterback Lamar Jackson finally has real urgency to get a deal done. And it could be enough to get him to hold out of training camp.Asked whether he’d report for training camp without a new deal, Jackson on Thursday told reporters this, via ESPN.com: [more]

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