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Former NFL GM Mike Lombardi joins Nestor for an NFL history lesson and Football Done Right

Former NFL general manager Mike Lombardi tells us about his football journey and provides an NFL history lesson in his new book, "Football Done Right," which presents his calls on the greatest players and coaches the sport has ever seen.

Getting the business and history of football right

Former NFL general manager Mike Lombardi tells us about his football journey and provides an NFL history lesson in his new book, "Football Done Right," which presents his calls on the greatest players and coaches the sport has ever seen.

After solid first week, we make our Week 2 NFL picks at Hollywood Casino Perryville

It's been 20 years since Nestor Aparicio has unleashed his weekly NFL picks on the Friday Football Frenzy. So far, a 10-6 start against the spread even has Hollywood Casino Perryville Sportsbook manager Christian Horton impressed but only until they kick off again on Sunday.

DeCosta, Ravens “saw everything we needed to see” with Beckham’s health

"We’re getting somebody who’s ready to explode again, and he’s in the right environment."

Twelve Ravens Thoughts entering second week of free agency

Luke Jones offers his latest purple musings after Baltimore's slow start to the new league year.

Ravens’ tag approach with Lamar Jackson risky, but forcing action necessary for solution

Is total control worth as much as finding a solution when each side has a fair viewpoint?

Business gets real for Lamar Jackson, Ravens with non-exclusive franchise tag

The former NFL MVP will be free to negotiate with other teams beginning next week.

DeCosta utters same story as Jackson, Ravens near franchise tag deadline

Eric DeCosta remains "optimistic," but the clock is ticking to strike a long-term deal with Lamar Jackson.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts ahead of NFL scouting combine

John Harbaugh and Eric DeCosta will receive a slew of Lamar Jackson questions in Indianapolis this week.

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss cold offensive football in Ravens murky playoff future

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss cold offensive football in Ravens murky playoff future
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Ravens place defensive back A. Washington on injured reserve with chest injury

Ar'Darius Washington played all but three defensive snaps in the Week 2 win at Cincinnati.

Getting defensive against Joe Burrow and the AFC North

While the Ravens continue to wait on Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Williams to get healthy, the remainder of Mike Macdonald's stout unit shut down the Cincinnati Bengals and provided a warning shot to the rest of the division that the pass rush is coming. Oh, and the linebackers will chase you down.

Oyster season is a pearl and a gem to be explored

Damye Hahn says that fall means oysters and ways to eat them at Faidley's Lexington Market

A Baltimore sports weekend for the ages

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor recap one of the most exciting weekends in Baltimore sports history

Ravens safety Marcus Williams won’t have surgery for pectoral injury — or go on injured reserve

The free safety will continue to rehab the injury sustained in the season opener.

Orioles flying the postseason flag but still need every win

The party was delirious in the aftermath of Sunday's huge win over the Tampa Rays but as Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate the Orioles playoff berth, there's plenty of caution ahead about pitching and winning enough to still be crowned AL East champs.

Getting ready to fly once again with the Eagles at Coppin State

Coppin State president Dr. Anthony Jenkins and basketball head coach Larry Stewart join Nestor at Faidley's for the Maryland Crab Cake Tour as the kids get back to class in West Baltimore. WNST is proud to enter our 10th season as the flagship for Eagles sports and basketball.

When the purple and orange start to bleed together on a Sunday afternoon

Leonard Raskin joins Nestor at Faidley's Seafood in the World Famous Lexington Market for a Maryland Crab Cake Tour stop and plenty of sports signs of life in fall for Baltimore fans.
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