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Congratulations To The Baltimore Ravens! Now Pay Your Louisiana Tax Bill - Forbes

While last night’s Super Bowl was certainly thrilling the game did leave a few lingering questions.

Sports Radio Interviews " Jim Harbaugh: "A Penalty is a Penalty No Matter When it Occurs in a Game"
Jim Harbaugh discusses new franchise quarterback Colin Kaepernick, his team’s slow start in the Super Bowl, the notion that officials should "let them play" in big moments and his team’s heart as they made a big comeback against the Ravens.

Baltimore Ravens planning statue for Ray Lewis within 'the next year or two', says team owner Steve Bisciotti - NY Daily News
Ray Lewis doesn’t want to make the transition from player to coach — not yet anyway. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that Lewis, who retired after the Super Bowl, "has not expressed an interest to coach."

Sports Radio Interviews " Ray Rice: "Joe Flacco is the best quarterback in football right now"
Ray Rice talks about whether his feet have touched the ground yet after winning the Super Bowl, how tough it was to deal with the power outage that delayed the Super Bowl, where he was during San Francisco’s last offensive sequence, whether Joe Flacco deserves to get paid this offseason and how the parade was.

Baltimore Ravens Won't Restructure Contracts to Keep Team Together - FanSided - Sports News - An Independent Sports Network

The Baltimore Ravens may have won the Super Bowl, but they have a much bigger challenge ahead of them.

Haloti Ngata Injury Not Serious
DT Haloti Ngata shouldn’t miss training camp and Ravens optimistic about LB Jameel McClain.

Ray Rice tumbles off Baltimore Ravens' parade float - NFL.com
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is known for his quick reflexes on the field, and those skills came in handy Tuesday during the team's championship parade.

The Caw: 'Two Tickets To Paradise' Was Ravens Theme Song
Ed Reed started singing and it caught on for the Ravens’ playoff run.

Will Flacco become NFL's highest-paid player? | National Football Post
Agent thinks Ravens QB should make more than Manning, Brees.