FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 22: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots talks with Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens after defeating the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game at Gillette Stadium on January 22, 2012 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The New England Patriots defeated the Baltimore Ravens 20-23. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
Despite this being the off-season and a slow time for news on the NFL, the Baltimore Ravens still command attention all around the World Wide Web. Here are a few of the links to the stories that might be of interest to Ravens fans:
Rice: Flacco outplayed Brady in AFC title game | National Football Post
Ravens running back heaps high praise on his quarterback.
Pick your poison: Rice vs. McCoy | National Football Post
Which running back would you rather own this fantasy season?
NFL Videos: Better linebacker: Patrick Willis or Brian Cushing?
Bucky Brooks and Matt "Money" Smith examine how some of the best linebackers in the game stack up against each other, including Patrick Willis vs. Brian Cushing and Ray Lewis vs. Brian Urlacher.
(Click on the 'Jump' to see a bunch more links to stories related to the Baltimore Ravens)
The Niners are on a surprising rise while the Saints and Ravens are heading south.
A look at the opponents: Baltimore Ravens, Week 3 - Extra Points - Boston.com
Five questions about the Ravens heading into training camp with Aaron Wilson, the beat writer from the Carroll County Times.
Kansas City Chiefs Schedule Preview: Week 5 : Kansas City Chiefs
Walk through the Kansas City Chiefs' NFL schedule week-by-week, including this look-in on a Week 5 home date with the Baltimore Ravens.
Former Auburn LB Josh Bynes is learning from the best in Baltimore | al.com
Bynes, Auburn's leading tackler in 2010, says he's 'learning everything I can from Ray Lewis.
Berman, Dilfer to call second Monday Night game | National Football Post
ESPN duo will call Arizona-Tennessee preseason game as warm-up.
Ravens announcer, Gerry Sandusky, getting Twitter attacks
BALTIMORE — They are separated by two letters in the alphabet, but the proximity between G and J is causing a lot of problems for a Baltimore sportscaster who shares an eerily similar name to Jerry Sandusky.