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A view from some of the empty seats at M&T Bank Stadium

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Dennis Koulatsos takes Nestor downtown for the Ravens unlikely win over the Broncos and strange atmosphere as Lamar Jackson goes down with a knee injury and Snoop Huntley saves the day.

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W n s t Towson Baltimore and Baltimore positive still broadcasting in high quality am sound that am 1570 Make sure you’re setting a you can even so we can be number six if you want. We don’t need to be 12345 on the car dash over Coons, Baltimore for will take anywhere that we are assigned. That is Colossus is going to join us right now to talk about the aftermath of injuries. One point victories come from behind victories, backup quarterbacks, Pittsburgh week, and in his tweet that I errantly turned into something that it wasn’t which it Dennis, I’m gonna let you because you tweet more than I do on game day. And I actually retweeted you because the stadium was kind of empty. And I thought you and I were sort of pointing out the people who left or weren’t there in the second half. And as it turns out, I just made a tremendous mistake that it was halftime and the seats were empty. Yeah, I

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was just looking at the I was taking a picture of Marshall Yan does name in the Ring of Honor. So that was the intention of my tweet, it was really unintended to show how many empty seats are there at m&t Bank Stadium, but Nestor that’s nothing new. You and I have discussed that all season long. And even last year, and a year before that, and a year before that. Now, I can tell you this, this much that at the club level where I sit at now, on a sunny side of the stadium, everybody’s there. It’s just most of the people inside drinking, eating, having a good time with their friends watching it on TV. That’s not for me and half of the other fans that are want to be in the stands and actually cheer on the team. The upper deck lower deck though, it’s about a 50% absentee ratio there for the Ravens so faithful.

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I you know, it is interesting why people go to games like younger people, right? You have kids, I have a kid my kids pushing 40 My kids 37, my kid went to every game in the 90s into the arts, he got married, I got married, the ticket started to come with a fee for him instead of for me. And it’s like baseball, they build these decks out in the outfield and people were there. It’s it’s more of a cocktail party. It’s more like the lawn Merryweather than it is or a movie you talk during then really this participatory

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thing that used to make coming to Baltimore visiting quarterback that that advantage for whatever Dick has Steve shoddy, the Wembley knee, the transition from Flacco to Lamar, the aftermath of winning the modern fan gambling, staying at home big screen TVs, betting on mobile on my phone, all of that has moved this thing to a place where like, the reason I’m not there is very obvious. There’s one guy who’s bullied me who’s thrown me out who has more power out there than he should, otherwise my wife and I would have been there freezing her ass off, spend 300 bucks standing in the in the front row in the front seat, we never missed a play for 26 You never missed a play. I didn’t even pay during games like literally. And that that passion is not the same. And I don’t know that it’ll ever be and I don’t want to be an old guy. But it really is about the next group of people that are going to come and how they’re going to perceive what third down represents and move those chains. And they got this guy that takes his shirt off and runs around and gets $100 for showing up at Christmas. Right that’s, that’s not yesterday. Well, no offense, that’s not Wild Bill that’s not moved those chains. That’s not a symbol, we’ll you

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know, big wheel, you know, with some legendary guys in his town Nestor. I gotta tell you this too. What you couldn’t see on TV was the Exodus, the mass exodus at the end of the third quarter by Ravens fans, and also with about seven minutes to go in the fourth quarter. A lot of people just cut up and left and we’re talking about a one score game. You have a team at seven and four. But those folks for whatever reason, whether it was to be traffic, or they had enough, or they’re just not as heavily invested as we are. They left the game which was amazing to me knows

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that never happened. I mean, that didn’t happen for now. 85 naturally didn’t never,

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never happen. tell you another story, too. They had in our section, they had a wine tasting thing. At the Club level. A lot of people there Sashi brown comes off the elevator. There was only one person that recognized him, most of them in about 200 people there. It was me Yeah, okay, nobody else he just walks through like, you know, nobody said anything set me. So I don’t want

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anybody to recognize him. I mean, I saw him down on the field. And my wife’s like, is that Sashi Brown? I’m like, Yeah, well, he stands up between Steve shot he didn’t catch him. That was him Marshall yonder. It That must be him. I mean, I know it’s him because I’ve been disrespected personally by him. But I like the leadership part of this as this thanks, teetering. And the people out there that say we’re making a lot of money. Boy, this is really something it’s Pittsburgh week coming up on Cleveland week. I don’t think there’s any chance Lamar is playing this week. And we can go through whatever that lies John’s going to create out there for Luke and the other five reporters to go out there and chase him around and ask him questions, but The narrative I’m gonna ask you, man, you’re a fan. You’re a business person. What’s the narrative of this team? Right now if you are writing a dentist’s column this

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you know what, they’re just a team they on the brink of disaster they need Ronnie Stanley back in the worst way. It’s a flawed roster like most rosters in the NFL. A lot of things can happen. So just they’re there. They got to play the Steelers in a game where Lamar Jackson’s ever had a lot of success against them sodomy, but I’m not saying that it’s injury at this time. It’s a good thing. But but there’s a part of me that says that. Snoop Huntley can pull off a victory in Pittsburgh this weekend. But it’s the NFL a lot of things can change between now and then injuries factor in teams get hot teams get cold all of a sudden the Bengals are going to be a tough out down the stretch, right? So it’s just an ever evolving league though. That’s that’s part of the intrigue. The storylines get written every single day, and particularly on Sunday that the stadium, I thought that

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was a hell of a win Sunday, by the way, I mean, of all things. I mean, I can kind of read about Lamar, I can complain about, you know, hard balls, rah rah and like all that they won with a backup quarterback. And again, they easily could have lost a game that could have derailed everything for them. They are living another day. And if Lamar can come back and play against Atlanta and really be 100%, not 90%, not 80%. They need him at 100% for them to execute what’s left of their offense given where they are with Ronnie Stanley with the offensive line with skilled position players with Lamar zone limitations, right. Lamar has no limitations when his wheels are 100% when his wheels aren’t 100% I don’t know especially if if it’s PCL, and it’s back of leg and it’s pushed off right if it’s pushed off in throwing the ball, let alone running and pocket passing and the things that Lamar needs to have at his disposal, including the left tackle and a run wide receiver. They’re really lacking a lot right now and the rain for and I’m not here to dog them but I am really if they win these two games they go to Pittsburgh and Cleveland and they can take care of their business in Division against these teams that are trying to wreck them. I if they’re 10 and four on Christmas Eve when Atlanta comes in here I’ll tip my cap I really if they can win two games that Lamar Jackson in Division on the road, I’d be shocked Yeah, you know, I

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think they have a good chance to do so left tackles a huge problem. Daniel fell elite got really worked. I mean, a couple of times a guy went running around on his feet was like caught stuck and concrete and the market really rocked. That’s three got sacked three times in the first quarter alone. And you can tell when Holly got in there. He sparked a team that was a different energy. He looked fresh, he looked healthy. He had more bounce to his step and Lamar did got a better arm arm than Lamar. He can certainly throw the out patterns better than Lamar. Certainly not as gifted as the Mark Jackson as a quarterback, but they can win with his kid. Certainly back to the stadium mess. I was looking for tickets Sunday morning. That’s what I’ve been doing lately buying

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your $16 By the way,

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they were 16 I saw about 30 So yeah, I didn’t realize they were that cheap. But yeah, you can buy real cheap ticket and sit almost anywhere you want and the upper deck or the lower level so you can get to the stadium and and try to cheer on his team if that’s what you want to do.

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I took a year I’ll share this with the audience here. Because I you know, I screenshot this stuff because I’m watching it. I mean, they threw me out of my tickets unceremoniously and, and have tried to publicly embarrass me. And so you know, when it comes down to the reality of 17 1816 $17 tickets to get into the stadium, this is you know, I screenshot district 1223 In the afternoon, this is you know, 30 minutes 35 minutes before the game tickets are 15 bucks. So I don’t know what to say to them other than they better get on their business horse and they better get on their football horse and that is closers to senior he’s over Koons Baltimore Ford he will sell you a car he will do sports radio with you between three and five here on Thursday on AM 15 Seven as well as you can follow him at a D colosso show out on the Twitter that I thought of I get thrown off a Twitter personally like Thursday Why don’t you know what I did? Like I I got suspended from Twitter I’m not sure you’re offended I have no I don’t know this maniac running it i i have no idea what I don’t think I did anything. But um but nonetheless it’s a wild week around here and then rowing passes with the backup wide receiver in a six point game when they’re in field goal range.

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Yeah, that was pretty bizarre. I tweeted out that they’ve hit the panic button and I don’t know why because even a field goal in that situation would have been far superior than the picking the engines out in a tight game like that. I don’t know why they did it. I don’t know why the call and the receiver was triple clobbered in that situation. So the pick was of no surprise and look, Greg Romana, Stanford is interested Send him. He’s interested in them. That’s an interesting scenario. There was a fan on on social media screaming at Roman and as he was heading towards his car, need to fat fire you or you know your lousy or something like that. I mean, people are crazy that didn’t lost their minds. I mean, I regardless of how you feel about Greg Roman, he doesn’t deserve to be treated that way on his way to his car.

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He doesn’t deserve to be fired either. I don’t think I mean, I think they are playing with far less than a full deck. I feel like Lamar, the last couple of weeks has been limited in his running and the way he could run that 100% version of Lamar, even what we saw last week with 14 rushes. I think Lamar is desperate to get a contract. I think that the law is desperate to play. Well. Obviously Lamar has words out on social media last week and where he is, the fans are in his head. The internet’s in his head. And now he’s got a bad knee. And right this is

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bad news me and he doesn’t have a left tackle on that Nestor. What could possibly go wrong going forward? Let’s say he comes back and Ronnie Stanley doesn’t come back and doesn’t protect the blind side. He’s susceptible to more hits like the one he suffered Sunday.

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Well, in the running game is not working. It’s not working.

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You’re going up against eight man boxes, right? So it’s not gonna work. The Denver Broncos had a tough top five defense coming in. They stack the box they they’re the ravens to throw the ball. And that’s why the Ravens had zero success in running the ball. So they you’re going to have to beat them through the air and good luck doing that. They have to rely on defensive special teams. Keep the game tight and try to pull it off in the end like they did Sunday.

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That is Colossus here. He will be there what’s going on over the dealership because I know you get a lot of cars and it’s the holidays. I want to make sure we’re at least doing our primary thing helping you sell cars out there. let folks know what’s going on. But you have more cars than you’ve ever had on the watch since the plague. I mean, it’s been three years, right?

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It’s look, it’s fantastic. Right now over 200 new vehicles in stock over 200 pre loved vehicles and stock 2.9% for 72 months on most models, new models. So this is great, though. Very, very festive times Nestor, we have all these great holidays coming up and Christmas parties, children’s Christmas parties and just a very festive, great time to come out and save some money here. Coons for Baltimore to actually be able to touch, test drive, smell, feel the car that you intend to buy.

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My wife’s dragging her feet. I mean, she every time to add on the highway, she sees the Bronco sports and she’s like, that would look smaller. That was a rag that was hard to that. Well, why is that one bigger than that one. So I like I’m like, Just go see Dennis just go at it. We drove right over and dry. Now I don’t have time we were in Kingsville watching the soccer games. You know, over the weekend. We were at El Guapo there for the bitter end. I mean, you know, it’s a little bit like the US like, you know, they’re a little outmatched to some degree. I don’t feel like the Ravens route match with a full complement of players. I just do worry. It’s Pittsburgh week. And this is a different version of the Steelers. We’re gonna have a different version of the Browns next week. And I watched the Bengals play the Chiefs at four o’clock. And I chose two teams. And I’ve watched us play in totality the last month, month and a half. And the same question I asked him my column this which is when’s the last time the Ravens look like a Super Bowl, a team that’s going to win two or three games in January, a team that has complimentary offensive defense we know what the special teams is. We know the pedigree, the team and all that we know that all these veterans that JPPs in the Houston’s in the Calais is Campbell’s and everybody wants to win and all that. But when’s the last time this team looked capable in the Cincinnati Bengals look capable? Just the

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summer 2019. It’s been it’s been a hot minute, right. But it’s the NFL and they’re not in the first tier of teams, but they’re certainly in the second tier of teams. Look, the other guys are trying to win too. They’re desperate. They’re fighting for their jobs. Whether you’re Nathaniel Hackett, the head coach of the Broncos, you’re Russell Wilson trying to live up to the big contract he got the Broncos had a good defense. I was really impressed by them. And look at win is a win is a win. It’s the NFL. It was big. And again, the other part of it. People are knocking Coach Harbaugh What is he supposed is he supposed to apologize for for winning a ballgame. And it just shows you how fickle our fan base can be. No different any other fan base in the NFL? Well, I

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mean, I may give him a hard time but the narrative thing, right? The narratives, the narrative is up to you and me. We make the narrative. They don’t control the narrative. He controls his press conference, it could throw me out, right? But he can’t control the narrative. The narrative is it’s Pittsburgh week, you’re really banged up. You have this huge advantage at eight and four. But we’re looking at this particular team and saying, how capable is this team? How many of these five games are they going to win? How are they going to win them? And quite frankly, it’s probably about their defense right? As much as we could sit here and say Tyler only he can’t do it and I don’t think he can do it. That’s my opinion. We’ll find out I watched last year, but the defense stunk last year at the end because they were banged up. Now this really is about Row Quan Smith getting paid for earning his money making a big play tackling something other than the football which it you know this defense punch the football punch the football punch. That’s great when a football pops out. I don’t know how this is going to work against this kid in Pittsburgh this week was getting better. The Cleveland situation is what it is and they’re going to run the football and they’re not going to play any defense. These next two weeks these bloodbath games these these Hatfield and McCoy AFC North games, a Cleveland a Pittsburgh move to do this, the knock off an eight and four gimpy team, that they this is a Super Bowl kind of week for my comments. I have any problem motivating the troops up in Pittsburgh this week. And I don’t think Cleveland Sebastian’s gonna have any problem next week saying, Hey, you want to do something this year? We’re not going to make the playoffs we’re gonna wreck Baltimore, let’s let’s go wreck Baltimore.

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Well, here’s the deal when you’re playing teams are supposed to be they were nine and a half point favorites against the Broncos. For instance, these teams go back to the Jaguars, they’re gonna go for two point conversion at the end of the game, instead of taking the field goal. It turns out taking the extra point to take the game perhaps into overtime. They’re going to do things that you wouldn’t, that ordinary team you’re playing good teams wouldn’t do. So yeah, you’re susceptible to a loss here or there. The good news for the Ravens is their defense can stop the run. They can stop Nick Chubb, they can stop Nagi Harris or whoever they roll out there in Pittsburgh, they can stop Perine or mixing over there in Cincinnati. They’re going to make these teams one dimensional and Esther and the thing is a defense. The big thing for me is the back end, as you mentioned, does the back end of the defense hold up because I can’t see a team being able to run on this team which which is good news for the Ravens. It’s just a secondary who has to step up and also with what Huntley. A football is very much a complementary game last year, the defense that you mentioned was so decimated that honey never got the benefit of that. So I’m comfortable with him playing a game or 2am I comfortable with him finishing up the season. Of course not. But I think we’re in decent hands for game for two.

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Well, he wants Sunday. I mean, right? I mean, they did enough against him. He was

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what 25 I believe it was 25 for 32 for 178 and a pic I mean look, he hadn’t played all year. Give the guy some reps. Obviously he had a great connection with Jose likely likely comes alive when when he’s in the game whether he dispersed the ball more so than Lamar Lamar safety blanket, of course as Mark Andrews. So does does he go does honey go through more progressions Lamar did, we’ll see

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long term, Dennis for Lamar, and you want to talk about this more on Thursday, I’m sure in the weekend, but money. We’re at the third year now. And I said this to Luke, I remember during the plague in 2020. Being up Philadelphia, there was nobody in the stadium. They had 10,000 people or whatever. And I remember thinking he didn’t look healthy and he didn’t look healthy. During October into November two years ago. Last year, it all ended, right. He that Minnesota game, he ran the ball 21 times and he got pissed at me and our ball got all burrowed up, I’m gonna throw you out. You keep asking those kinds of questions. And they did. And you know, I asked him about running the ball too much. He ran the ball 14 times last week. And now he’s out again. And look, it’s one thing to love, Lamar. It’s one thing to love Lamar in shorts, and may even when he skips in mini camp, right? And he throws the ball and he runs the ball. And he’s Spry, and he’s young, and he’s fast, and nobody can catch him. And he’s exciting. He’s exhilarating in September, when has he been that in December? When will he ever be that in December, after he’s been tackled 120 150 180 210 times in a season running in the linebackers. It only takes one. Right. And that’s, that’s just fundamental to the night that they drafted him, Dennis, it is a dream. It’s beautiful. It’s different. It’s the new style of football until on the 185th time, he’s trying to not get hurt. He does in some small way. Because that’s the game. That’s the sport. That’s what it is. And to think you’re gonna have a healthy version of him. All I could see was mahomes and burrow, thrown it around. Like it’s the middle of the year when they’re healthy. Joe burrow looks like he’s healthy. And Lamar Jackson. And I’m gonna say this out loud. He will never, never be healthy in December. And I think that that was draft night to say that in week 1314 1516 You’re gonna have a healthy version of a quarterback that plays with this style. It’s it’s just not it’s it’s not intuitive. It’s not smart. It’s not the way it’s the reason 31 other teams passed on him even though they might believe in him believing he’s going to be healthy this time of the year. There’s no way to keep a guy healthy. Who’s running in the linebackers 14 times last week. No way. Oh, you know,

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you look at Jalen hertz of the Eagles another quarterback that runs 380 yards through the air Nestor and AJ brown Devonte Smith, he’s got weapons. That’s the other difference between a hertz and Lamar Jackson so the Ravens haven’t done a exactly great job of getting him that wide receiver one When you talk about the eagles they have to walk receiver one so it just goes on and on but he before he even got hurt Nestor I don’t know if you noticed but he had about a 10 yard run up the middle. He looked slower and decisive he was looking either hurt or to go down but he definitely did not look like Lamar bowled

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while the Lamar vols look at it, take it to the house on every play and you have to defense that and if that if that doesn’t need to be defense. He’s he’s just and I would even say that with Tyler Huntley. Tyler Huntley is not going the distance that Tyler only is not taking an 80 yard run. He had some stampers but he’s not Lamar. He makes $700,000 a year Lamar makes 23 million. They did like do the math on that Lamar is making more every week than Tyler Huntley makes all here.

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Yeah, total true one game check right the wife wipes them out and then some what’s what’s 23 million divided by 1717 Games that’s he’s making a million plus the game like you said, and Huntley, to making not coin right.

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I was thinking about this when you make $50 million a year playing football. Like if you’re Russell Wilson, and that’s your number, right? You’re making $3 million against

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that’s a game man. That’s a win. That’s incredible. Incredible. Well, we

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see these pitchers making 30 million a year and getting 30 stars, they’re making a million dollars a star kind of sort of right. Like that’s where the cost of hey, look, man, you’re gonna get Cristiano Ronaldo Well, 205 million of Saudi money, he’s gonna get you know, $5 million, it’s gonna get an appearance fee for showing up and playing soccer. Right, that’s, that’s where it’s Phil Mickelson, we’re gonna give you $100 million to show up and get off the plane. You want the money. I mean, it’s it’s literally like being the Rolling Stones at this point. But then you have to go out and perform. And in the case of Lamar, he can’t perform from the bench. And that was always my concern. In my heart of hearts. It was never about not liking the kid or the style, or this or that, or even his crazy tweet last week. Any of that. This is about this is getting heavy. And it’s at eight and four. The expectations are where they are. But the expectations were so low that 20% of the people that paid $200 to go to the game walked out of the stadium in third quarter, right,

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which again, I don’t understand why you do that you pay a fee, you pay a price to be entertained. You’re gonna sit there until the very end to the last second take us off the clock and the National Football League. And you have the audacity to walk out but what, whatever the reason is, was to beat traffic getting warmer, whatever your motivation is, but not only people from the shady side of the stadium left early Nestor people from the sunny side of the stadium left as well. So it wasn’t had really nothing to do with the cold. You know

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what I thought? I thought the people on the shady side went to the sunny side. I just figured like, that’s what, that’s what I would do. That’s what I

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would do. But again, you know, I was thinking about that. Is there is there a thing where they, you know, you’ve developed relationships with the people around you, you know, everybody you’ve been going there for 2020 Some years and you know how it is you don’t want to leave your spot. That’s that’s where you said that.

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I have never watched the game. It ever I’ve never watched the play in that stadium since 1998. In any seat, but my own. I’m lying. There was one night when the Green Bay Packers played that Kyle bowler game. Yes, Dennis Mannion was still running the Ravens at that point and invited my wife and I into where it was warm. It was a 2007 Whatever that whatever.

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had been some bitterly cold nights. Remember a Pittsburgh game that was that was definitely freezing. There. They were the Redskins back then another ice cold game. But I sat on the shady side of the stadium forever. But I’m making the change. Making the change out you know, I’m considering sweating in the summer. But the big benefit is in the winter when the sun’s out. There’s probably a 20 degree degree difference and how it feels anyway, from one side to the other easily.

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Well, you want to talk about crowd issues Christmas Eve against the Atlanta Falcons. Yeah, there’s not gonna be a home field advantage that day. You know, like, and

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that’s a Saturday tours. It’s a Saturday. Yeah.

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And like a short week that week like all the next couple of weeks. This is where John Harbaugh was earning his 10 million a year real here’s the

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question for you. And I was thinking about myself. And I was watching the Ravens players on the bench and Lamar before he got injured with his hand his pocket. Why don’t they move the the Ravens sideline to the sunny side of the stadium versus the cold side?

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I think they liked the locker room being right behind the bench. Okay, you know what I mean? For a lot of guys go to the bathroom. There’s a lot of things that you can sort of sneak behind the bench, get equipment fixed, okay, but in the locker rooms really close to the bench, right? Like, well, if you watch the video, I mean, you see, you know what it looks like Danny, you’re probably

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never made the connection that that’s why but I was just thinking from a strategic standpoint. Yeah, you’re going to be cooler in the summertime until the fall but but in the winter months, that the heat comes in. It’s helpful to the team. I don’t

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think David Modell realized that until the first day froze his ass off in November now Mr. Balls quarterback and everything that is Kalonzo says Here he is still support the Baltimore Ravens he still overcomes Baltimore Ford and we are still sponsored by our friends at coons with the wn S T tech service whatever For hardball says in regard to injuries and he might play him. I mean, they’re never they’re not going to call them are out. I mean, they’re just not that’s the they this is their fib and fib Athan that they like to play games with the injury report, but I’m fully expecting tolerance. How do you feel about Tyler Huntley? I mean, just on a global sense, I think the only reason he’s here is because of the style of the offense. I, I don’t think anyone wouldn’t no offense to Tyler Huntley. I don’t think anyone would employ him and make him a starting quarterback in this league and think they’re gonna win more than two or three games over the

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I think the young man’s got talents, every just like every other player in the NFL. I’d like to see him get a chance to win some games with with a deep bench behind them, which he didn’t have the luxury of last year. He lost a lot of games by a couple of points, right. And it was the defense was to see if everybody gets hurt, particularly on the back end. So I’d like to see him get a chance and let’s see what he does. He does have a strong arm, he can throw the ball. He’s elusive. It’s like watching Lamar 2.0 out there. So we’ll support him and we wish him the best and we’ll see.

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defense needs to take the ball away and the offense needs to find a running game somewhere that assists around. He’ll be back on Thursday between three and five but it’s a Sunday Sports force. Also heard on Sunday mornings. Dennis had a bye week last week although we did hear in my chat with some friends as well. We’ll be back on Thursday it’s good to see you back and at 100% After yet another Baltimore Ravens victory Denis Colossus. Yes sir. One game winning streak.

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Just win baby just win. Just wait.

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You know there’s your Raiders thing they want over the weekend. I am so we’re doing the Maryland crab cake tour. We are doing two crab cake tour stops within one week. We’re gonna be fadeless this Friday, Dan Rodricks. Dennis, as much as you love Baltimore. I want to give some free love to Dan Rodricks. That stage production he has is something you must see. I’m going to tell him on Friday that he must resurrected he must do a week of shows to give people a chance to go see it. Baltimore you have no idea. Then as I decided last minute to go on Friday, it was unbelievable. I was blessed to have attended my wife wasn’t feeling 100% But she sucked it up. We went down. We spent a couple hours at Hopkins. Dan will be with us on Friday we’re gonna be at family saw brought to you by the Maryland lottery in conjunction with our friends at Goodwill and when donation 866 90 nation make sure you get those windows take care of keeping nice and toasty here and then next Thursday, we are celebrating my 31st anniversary Baltimore radio December 13 It’ll be 31 years since Kenny Albert and I teed it up at wi th in 15 am 1230 I should say it’s been a long time since I’ve said 1230 Because I’ve been saying 1570 since 1998. We’re gonna be doing that next Thursday in the afternoon on the 15th It cost this she had a shock Rock and Roll Hall of Famer from the Go Go’s and Dundalk. It’s a Dundalk rock and roll hammer Jack’s reunion for my 31st anniversary we’ll see it cost as I am Mister. We are wn st am 1570 Towson Baltimore put that together for the holidays. Just in case the Ravens don’t win. It’s Pittsburgh week we are Baltimore positive.com

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If Lamar Jackson regrets the statement to the fellow in Pennsylvania, he should’ve offered an apology to him. If he regrets the world seeing his ugly words, Jackson has a platform with a million followers and could’ve offered an apology. If it was truly “out of character,” then show your character and admit a mistake and move on.

Why did Chad Steele take my press credentials after 26 years of covering the Baltimore Ravens?

This is my story in my own words. Listen and learn about how the NFL treats the local media and avoids the tough questions and intimidates local media who have traveled and reported on Baltimore football since before Art Modell brought the Ravens here in 1995. What happened is wrong and here's why...

After 26 faithful purple seasons, the Ravens have bullied me out of my seats and denied my media access

This is my story. This is the truth. And it must be told. In its entirety because it's so outrageous as to be almost unbelievable. Covering the Ravens is all I’ve ever done professionally since the team arrived in Baltimore in 1996, and this is how I feed my family and pay my bills as a small local business and AM 1570 radio operator and entrepreneur.

#ColumnNes Regarding Lamar Jackson, the lack of maturity is a bigger issue than an ugly tweet

If Lamar Jackson regrets the statement to the fellow in Pennsylvania, he should’ve offered an apology to him. If he regrets the world seeing his ugly words, Jackson has a platform with a million followers and could’ve offered an apology. If it was truly “out of character,” then show your character and admit a mistake and move on.

Why did Chad Steele take my press credentials after 26 years of covering the Baltimore Ravens?

This is my story in my own words. Listen and learn about how the NFL treats the local media and avoids the tough questions and intimidates local media who have traveled and reported on Baltimore football since before Art Modell brought the Ravens here in 1995. What happened is wrong and here's why...
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Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss fans understanding the business of football and money of Lamar
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Luke Jones and Nestor assess Ravens circumstances and options with Lamar Jackson this offseason
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Luke Jones and Nestor assess wreckage of Bills and who is going to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale
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Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the outburst and lies of John Angelos and Orioles offseason
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John Martin of Maryland Lottery tells Nestor about aftermath of hitting the big one in Mega Millions
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Bill Cole and Nestor discuss disappointments of Ravens and Lamar Jackson football relationship
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Thom Loverro of The Washington Times joins Nestor to discuss the angry words of John Angelos
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Mike Rosenfeld takes Nestor on amazing journey through the power of Artificial Intelligence
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Nestor Aparicio breaks out purple crystal ball to discuss Ravens offseason with Dennis Koulatsos
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Luke Jones prepares Dennis Koulatsos for all that happens for Ravens after Greg Roman era
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Telling the G&A Restaurant and hot dog story from Highlandtown to White Marsh with Andy Farantos
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Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor believe the Lamar Jackson era has ended in Baltimore
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Longtime WJZ reporter Mike Schuh tells Nestor about storytelling gig that has shown him the world
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Leonard Raskin and Nestor lament the end of Ravens season and wonder what is ahead for Lamar Jackson
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Our Honeygo Weis Markets manager Nick Fischer retuns with an eggceptional offer and local history
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Luke Jones and Nestor clean out the lockers of Ravens and wonder about future of Lamar and franchise
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Luke Jones and Nestor pick up the pieces of another lost Ravens season with Lamar Jackson
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Luke Jones joins Nestor to break down how Ravens lost to Bengals to exit playoffs
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Luke Jones gets you ready for the Cincinnati Bengals and what comes after the season ends
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Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos the end appears nigh for Ravens and Lamar Jackson
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Luke Jones and Nestor get Ravens fans ready for life without Lamar Jackson on Sunday in Cincinnati
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Authors James Patterson and Mike Lupica give Nestor lesson in writing and unveil The House of Wolves
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Paul Dehner of The Athletic tells Nestor how Joe Burrow has changed everything in Cincinnati
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Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the most unusual Festivus in annals of Baltimore football history
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John Martin of Maryland Lottery gives Nestor details on the almost historic Mega Millions jackpot
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Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss Ravens world waiting on Lamar Jackson to save January
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Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss playoff consequences for Ravens and Lamar Jackson
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Luke Jones and Nestor go down the playoff road and Ravens path in crowded AFC field for Super Bowl
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Luke Jones and Nestor discuss playoff mystery week around Lamar Jackson and beating Bengals
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Luke Jones tells Dennis Koulatsos realities of Ravens situation headed to Cincinnati before playoffs
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Nestor Aparicio joins Dennis Koulatsos to preview Bengals & Ravens and NFL show goes on after Hamlin
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Neil deMause of Field of Schemes joins Nestor to discuss realities of a free $600 million for Ravens
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John Martin of Maryland Lottery welcomes New Year with new games and 50th Anniversary mojo
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Maryland Crab Cake Tour

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Hot dogs and crab cakes with Andy

Telling the G&A Restaurant family story from Highlandtown to White Marsh with Andy Farantos. And, yes, french fries and gravy were on the menu!

Putting the Schuh on other foot and interviewing the longtime WJZ reporter

Longtime WJZ reporter Mike Schuh tells Nestor about his new storytelling gig that has shown him new places and the Northern Lights after 27 years in Baltimore on TV Hill.

An eggceptional deal for Weis Rewards members

Our resident Honeygo Weis Markets manager Nick Fischer returns with an eggceptional offer and more curious local history with his passion for old bottles and glass.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 10: Union Brewing in Hampden and The Crab Queen in Randallstown

The tenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a lunchtime tour of Union Brewing in Hampden with gracious host and founder Adam Benesch and an insanely delicious crab cake and platter from The Crab Queen in Randallstown.

Barry Glassman discusses role of Comptroller and why he’s running

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery stopped at Conrad's in Abingdon with Harford County Executive Barry Glassman, who is set to run for Comptroller in 2022.

Adding some dressing to the incredibly delicious Tessemae’s family condiment story

Greg Vetter and his family operate in the Golden Ring area of Essex and ship local and organic dressings and condiments almost everywhere. We just wanted to know what makes it tastes so delicious and it might just be family love...

Do you remember when we broadcast sports radio from the Lord Baltimore Hotel alley?

Local sports fan Daryl Baker joins Nestor to tell old studio stories from WLG and Lord Baltimore

The best crab cake in Maryland? Who’s No. 1?

Our Baltimore Positive never-ending Crab Cake Tour appropriately commences at Faidley's Seafood Lexington Market with Congressman John Sarbanes. Follow along at #CrabCakeTour on social media...
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Are you Team John or Team Lou?

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the outburst, deflection and lies of John Angelos and the mostly quiet Orioles offseason and winter of hope on the field.

Davidson brings his smooth jazz, comedy and soul back home to Maryland this weekend at Baltimore Comedy Factory

Comedian and Silver Spring native Tommy Davidson talks about his smooth jazz collaboration with Dave Koz and the living color of comedy and why his Maryland roots remain deep.

Separating facts from fiction: Lamar Jackson v. Ravens for the money has begun

So much can happen in the coming weeks in regard to a franchise tag and trade – or a miracle signing of Number Eight. Luke Jones and Nestor assess the Ravens circumstances and all of their options with Lamar Jackson this offseason in this deep purple dive.

Burrowing in for another unlikely Super Bowl run?

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the wreckage of the Buffalo Bills and who is going to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale? Great AFC and NFC Championship Games ahead on Sunday.

Waiting for John Angelos to show us the financials of the Baltimore Orioles

Longtime journalist and baseball scribe Thom Loverro of The Washington Times joins Nestor to discuss the angry words of John Angelos and the future of Camden Yards and Orioles baseball.

A purple and orange local sports poet – and we didn’t even know it?

Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection takes Nestor on amazing journey through the power of Artificial Intelligence and the power of AI technology.

How will Lamar Jackson negotiate his best deal?

Now that we've heard Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh profess their burning desire to keep Number 8 in a purple jersey, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the fans' understanding of the business of football and taxes and counting the money of Lamar Jackson.

Reimagining a new, beautiful Inner Harbor for our children

Visionary Rebecca Hoffberger shares her vision for the future of Baltimore prosperity with Nestor. Big thanks to The Baltimore Fishbowl for this inspired story and TBC for this amazing image.

What comes after you hit the big one?

John Martin of Maryland Lottery tells Nestor about aftermath of hitting the big one in Mega Millions or PowerBall.

If Ravens and Lamar divorce, what will they tell the fans?

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the disappointments of recent Ravens seasons and the apparent souring of the Lamar Jackson relationship in Owings Mills.

Who will be willing to pay Lamar the most – and pay the most for Lamar?

Leonard Raskin and Nestor lament the end of Ravens season and wonder what is ahead for Number 8 and his agent and Steve Bisciotti and Eric DeCosta.

Hot dogs and crab cakes with Andy

Telling the G&A Restaurant family story from Highlandtown to White Marsh with Andy Farantos. And, yes, french fries and gravy were on the menu!

Luke Jones and Nestor clean out the lockers of Ravens and wonder about future of Lamar and franchise

Luke Jones and Nestor clean out the lockers of Ravens and wonder in long form about every aspect of the cloudy future of Lamar Jackson and the disengagement with the franchise.

Putting the Schuh on other foot and interviewing the longtime WJZ reporter

Longtime WJZ reporter Mike Schuh tells Nestor about his new storytelling gig that has shown him new places and the Northern Lights after 27 years in Baltimore on TV Hill.

Picking up the pieces of another lost season with Lamar Jackson

As conjecture and grandstanding about the future of the quarterback position begins, Luke Jones and Nestor pick up the pieces of another lost Ravens season with Lamar Jackson unable to play football after Thanksgiving.

An eggceptional deal for Weis Rewards members

Our resident Honeygo Weis Markets manager Nick Fischer returns with an eggceptional offer and more curious local history with his passion for old bottles and glass.

The end of the road for Lamar Jackson in Baltimore?

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor believe the Lamar Jackson era has ended in Baltimore

The bitter end of up coming close

Luke Jones joins Nestor to break down how Ravens lost to Bengals to exit playoffs and what happens next for the franchise with so many changes coming.

Finding new ways to play

John Martin of Maryland Lottery gives Nestor details on the almost historic Mega Millions jackpot

So what exactly will Steve Bisciotti be doing with $600 million of free money from your tax dollars?

Longtime stadium and civic money observer Neil deMause of Field of Schemes joins Nestor to discuss the realities of free money for Steve Bisciotti and The Angelos Family via Annapolis in the bonds that were created last year.

Are you Team John or Team Lou?

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the outburst, deflection and lies of John Angelos and the mostly quiet Orioles offseason and winter of hope on the field.

Reimagining a new, beautiful Inner Harbor for our children

Visionary Rebecca Hoffberger shares her vision for the future of Baltimore prosperity with Nestor. Big thanks to The Baltimore Fishbowl for this inspired story and TBC for this amazing image.

Separating facts from fiction: Lamar Jackson v. Ravens for the money has begun

So much can happen in the coming weeks in regard to a franchise tag and trade – or a miracle signing of Number Eight. Luke Jones and Nestor assess the Ravens circumstances and all of their options with Lamar Jackson this offseason in this deep purple dive.

Burrowing in for another unlikely Super Bowl run?

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the wreckage of the Buffalo Bills and who is going to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale? Great AFC and NFC Championship Games ahead on Sunday.

Davidson brings his smooth jazz, comedy and soul back home to Maryland this weekend at Baltimore Comedy Factory

Comedian and Silver Spring native Tommy Davidson talks about his smooth jazz collaboration with Dave Koz and the living color of comedy and why his Maryland roots remain deep.

If Ravens and Lamar divorce, what will they tell the fans?

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the disappointments of recent Ravens seasons and the apparent souring of the Lamar Jackson relationship in Owings Mills.

Are you Team John or Team Lou?

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the outburst, deflection and lies of John Angelos and the mostly quiet Orioles offseason and winter of hope on the field.

Davidson brings his smooth jazz, comedy and soul back home to Maryland this weekend at Baltimore Comedy Factory

Comedian and Silver Spring native Tommy Davidson talks about his smooth jazz collaboration with Dave Koz and the living color of comedy and why his Maryland roots remain deep.

Separating facts from fiction: Lamar Jackson v. Ravens for the money has begun

So much can happen in the coming weeks in regard to a franchise tag and trade – or a miracle signing of Number Eight. Luke Jones and Nestor assess the Ravens circumstances and all of their options with Lamar Jackson this offseason in this deep purple dive.

Burrowing in for another unlikely Super Bowl run?

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the wreckage of the Buffalo Bills and who is going to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale? Great AFC and NFC Championship Games ahead on Sunday.

Waiting for John Angelos to show us the financials of the Baltimore Orioles

Longtime journalist and baseball scribe Thom Loverro of The Washington Times joins Nestor to discuss the angry words of John Angelos and the future of Camden Yards and Orioles baseball.

A purple and orange local sports poet – and we didn’t even know it?

Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection takes Nestor on amazing journey through the power of Artificial Intelligence and the power of AI technology.
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With changes looming elsewhere, Ravens hope to keep offensive line largely intact

A source of frustration in the previous two seasons, the offensive line was among the NFL's best in 2022.

Orioles acquire lefty starting pitcher Cole Irvin from Oakland

The 28-year-old made 30 starts in 2022, posting a career-best 3.98 ERA.

Are you Team John or Team Lou?

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the outburst, deflection and lies of John Angelos and the mostly quiet Orioles offseason and winter of hope on the field.

Reviewing Ravens’ rookie class after 2022 season

Center Tyler Linderbaum played more snaps than any other Baltimore rookie this season.

Reviewing Ravens’ rookie class after 2022 season

Center Tyler Linderbaum played more snaps than any other Baltimore rookie this season.

Separating facts from fiction: Lamar Jackson v. Ravens for the money has begun

So much can happen in the coming weeks in regard to a franchise tag and trade – or a miracle signing of Number Eight. Luke Jones and Nestor assess the Ravens circumstances and all of their options with Lamar Jackson this offseason in this deep purple dive.
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With changes looming elsewhere, Ravens hope to keep offensive line largely intact

A source of frustration in the previous two seasons, the offensive line was among the NFL's best in 2022.

With changes looming elsewhere, Ravens hope to keep offensive line largely intact

A source of frustration in the previous two seasons, the offensive line was among the NFL's best in 2022.

Reviewing Ravens’ rookie class after 2022 season

Center Tyler Linderbaum played more snaps than any other Baltimore rookie this season.

Reviewing Ravens’ rookie class after 2022 season

Center Tyler Linderbaum played more snaps than any other Baltimore rookie this season.

Separating facts from fiction: Lamar Jackson v. Ravens for the money has begun

So much can happen in the coming weeks in regard to a franchise tag and trade – or a miracle signing of Number Eight. Luke Jones and Nestor assess the Ravens circumstances and all of their options with Lamar Jackson this offseason in this deep purple dive.

Two Ravens players voted to 2022 PFWA All-Rookie team

Safety Kyle Hamilton was recognized for a strong debut season in the Baltimore secondary.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts following divisional-round weekend

Baltimore hasn't hosted a conference championship game since Jan. 3, 1971.

Burrowing in for another unlikely Super Bowl run?

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the wreckage of the Buffalo Bills and who is going to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale? Great AFC and NFC Championship Games ahead on Sunday.

How will Lamar Jackson negotiate his best deal?

Now that we've heard Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh profess their burning desire to keep Number 8 in a purple jersey, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the fans' understanding of the business of football and taxes and counting the money of Lamar Jackson.

Reviewing Ravens’ rookie class after 2022 season

Center Tyler Linderbaum played more snaps than any other Baltimore rookie this season.

Reviewing Ravens’ rookie class after 2022 season

Center Tyler Linderbaum played more snaps than any other Baltimore rookie this season.

Separating facts from fiction: Lamar Jackson v. Ravens for the money has begun

So much can happen in the coming weeks in regard to a franchise tag and trade – or a miracle signing of Number Eight. Luke Jones and Nestor assess the Ravens circumstances and all of their options with Lamar Jackson this offseason in this deep purple dive.

Two Ravens players voted to 2022 PFWA All-Rookie team

Safety Kyle Hamilton was recognized for a strong debut season in the Baltimore secondary.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts following divisional-round weekend

Baltimore hasn't hosted a conference championship game since Jan. 3, 1971.

Burrowing in for another unlikely Super Bowl run?

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the wreckage of the Buffalo Bills and who is going to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale? Great AFC and NFC Championship Games ahead on Sunday.

How will Lamar Jackson negotiate his best deal?

Now that we've heard Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh profess their burning desire to keep Number 8 in a purple jersey, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the fans' understanding of the business of football and taxes and counting the money of Lamar Jackson.

Preparing for life after Greg Roman

Luke Jones prepares Dennis Koulatsos for all that happens for Ravens after Greg Roman era

If Ravens and Lamar divorce, what will they tell the fans?

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the disappointments of recent Ravens seasons and the apparent souring of the Lamar Jackson relationship in Owings Mills.

Ravens inside linebacker Roquan Smith receives PFWA nod for 2022 campaign

The 25-year-old standout was the lone Baltimore player to be named to the PFWA All-AFC team this season.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts following season-ending press conference

Thursday's presser was intended to be -- and needed to be -- very positive in regards to Lamar Jackson and his future in Baltimore.

Ronnie Stanley on Lamar Jackson: “In my mind, I know he’s going to be here”

"This is his team, and this is his offense. The money is not the most important thing with Lamar. He really wants to win."

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Are you Team John or Team Lou?

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the outburst, deflection and lies of John Angelos and the mostly quiet Orioles offseason and winter of hope on the field.

Separating facts from fiction: Lamar Jackson v. Ravens for the money has begun

So much can happen in the coming weeks in regard to a franchise tag and trade – or a miracle signing of Number Eight. Luke Jones and Nestor assess the Ravens circumstances and all of their options with Lamar Jackson this offseason in this deep purple dive.

Burrowing in for another unlikely Super Bowl run?

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the wreckage of the Buffalo Bills and who is going to Super Bowl LVII in Glendale? Great AFC and NFC Championship Games ahead on Sunday.

Waiting for John Angelos to show us the financials of the Baltimore Orioles

Longtime journalist and baseball scribe Thom Loverro of The Washington Times joins Nestor to discuss the angry words of John Angelos and the future of Camden Yards and Orioles baseball.

How will Lamar Jackson negotiate his best deal?

Now that we've heard Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh profess their burning desire to keep Number 8 in a purple jersey, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the fans' understanding of the business of football and taxes and counting the money of Lamar Jackson.
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Preparing for life after Greg Roman

Luke Jones prepares Dennis Koulatsos for all that happens for Ravens after Greg Roman era
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If Ravens and Lamar divorce, what will they tell the fans?

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the disappointments of recent Ravens seasons and the apparent souring of the Lamar Jackson relationship in Owings Mills.
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How will Lamar Jackson negotiate his best deal?

Now that we've heard Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh profess their burning desire to keep Number 8 in a purple jersey, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the fans' understanding of the business of football and taxes and counting the money of Lamar Jackson.
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What comes after you hit the big one?

John Martin of Maryland Lottery tells Nestor about aftermath of hitting the big one in Mega Millions or PowerBall.
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