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With less than 48 hours until Super Bowl XLVII, here is your daily dose of Ravens news from all around the World Wide Web.
RadarOnline.com has obtained an exclusive endorsement offer for the Super Bowl-bound footballer from AntlerX.
Jackson apologizes for introducing SWATS owner to Lewis | National Football Post
Introduction made when Bengals assistant was on Ravens staff.
5 reasons why the Baltimore Ravens will win Super Bowl XLVII - Behind the Steel Curtain
San Francisco is a 3.5 point favorite, but Baltimore has enough to win this game, and take home their second Lombardi Trophy.
49ers' Pistol formation, Boldin vs. Rogers, Aldon Smith...
The rocket-armed quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens devolves from gridiron star to hardwood role player whenever he returns to his hometown of Audubon, N.J., a tiny suburb just outside Philadelphia.
Baltimore Ravens-San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII a great, and very unpredictable, matchup - NFL - Peter King - SI.com
NEW ORLEANS -- I don't know what kind of game this is going to be, but this Super Bowl really has it all.
All-22: How 49ers use 'waste motion' to create matchups | National Football Post
Breaking down the tape of the Smash-7 route.
The sky was dark and snow was falling as hundreds of Ravens fans converged on the Inner Harbor Friday to join Natalie Morales of the "Today Show" and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to wager a bet with San Francisco, home of the Ravens Super Bowl rival, the 49ers.
The Baltimore Ravens' Terrell Suggs positioned himself in direct opposition to the media firestorm surrounding his Super Bowl rivals by proclaiming that he and his teammates would welcome an openly gay player.
The San Francisco 49ers are favorites to win the Super Bowl but the Baltimore Ravens have a special source of fuel. Raven Jacoby Jones is from New Orleans, where the game will be played. His mom made the team 150 plates of food.
Dr Phil interviews Ronaiah Tuiasosopo about Manti Te’o hoax (parody) | NMA.tv - animated news
Dr Phil Ronaiah Tuiasosopo interview: Manti Te’o hoaxster Ronaiah Tuiasosopo told Dr Phil he maintained an Internet relationship with the Notre Dame college football star by pretending to be a woman named "Lennay Kekua" because he was "deeply, romantically" in love with Te’o.