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Ravens Offensive Lineman John Urschel plays “For the love of the game”

John Urschel was selected by the Ravens in the fifth round (175th overall) at the 2014 NFL Draft. Urschel isn’t the typical football player. He is also known as a mathematician thanks to his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Mathematics. ...

5 Steps To Becoming A Baller

Grayson “The Professor” Boucher, (www.theprofessorlive.com), is known worldwide for wowing crowds in streetball games with his amazing ball-handling skills, and he is arguably the most popular streetball player ever. After many years and countless hours of training at the gym, ...

March Madness: Race, sports and money

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament, better known as “March Madness” is back.

What does the Ravens signing Kendrick Lewis mean for Matt Elam?

General Manager Ozzie Newsome was very direct when he spoke about Elam during the Ravens state of the team news conference. "Matt Elam has to be a better football player for us next year," Newsome said last month. "He has ...

A complicated night with Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby show complicated

Ravens introduce New safety Kendrick Lewis

The decision to join the Ravens was one that Lewis consulted with former Raven Michael Oher about. Lewis and Oher played together during their college days at the University of Mississippi. Oher had great things to say about the Ravens ...

Free Family FunFest set for Saturday, April 4 2015

The 16th annual Free Family FunFest at Prince George's Stadium Saturday, April 4, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event occurs rain or shine and features free rides and games in Louie's Kids Park, music and activities on the ...

No. 3 Firebirds Fall to No. 6 Franklin Pierce, 78-66 in NCAA Division II East Regional Quarterfinals

The Firebirds struggled in their half-court offense but did force 23 Ravens turnovers as they scored more than half of their points off of those turnovers and fastbreak opportunities. Also, UDC's bench, an integral part of the Firebirds' success this ...

The Coppin State baseball team started its Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) schedule by dropping a doubleheader to in-state rival Maryland Eastern Shore Sunday afternoon at Hawk Field. The Eagl

In the nightcap, the Eagles were hurt by a rough second inning in which Maryland Eastern Shore turned three CSU errors into five runs. In addition to Dragon, Lance Montano and Mike Wright had hits for the Eagles.

Walters Art Museum Raises $30 Million for Endowment

More than 125 donors gave to the Campaign including Walters Trustees and members, as well as individuals, corporations, and foundations. Support included generous challenge grants from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).

UDC Women’s Basketball standout Denikka Brent earns Daktronic/Division II Women’s Basketball First-Team

Brent (Mechanical Engineering – Chesapeake, VA/Booker T. Washington HS) was the ECC Defensive Player of the Year and a First Team All-ECC selection this season as she led the Firebirds to a school-record 25-win season, a regular season conference championship ...

Pirates upend Delaware State to win MEAC Title

Hampton (16-17), the No. 6 seed, earned the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament; the Pirates will learn their opponent, location, and game date on Sunday when CBS unveils the bracket at 6 p.m. EST.

Baltimore welcomes back CAA Tournament

Baltimore welcomed the return of the CAA Tournament March 6-March 9, 2015 to the Royal Farms Arena. There were some wonderful and exciting games over the weekend.

It’s Brandon Williams’ turn to anchor the Ravens defensive line

The Baltimore Ravens were very pleased with the progression that second year defensive tackle Brandon Williams made last season. He took over as the zero technique in the Ravens 3-4 defense. That position was formerly occupied by Haloti Ngata.

Ravens re-sign RB Justin Forsett

“Sometimes you have fortunate signings in this business, and Justin was one of those,” Newsome stated. “We were fortunate because he became such a vital part of our on-field success and quickly became a steadying influence in the locker room ...

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