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David Steele continues MD Crab Cake Tour chat with Nestor about NFL, race and future of Lamar Jackson

David Steele continues MD Crab Cake Tour chat with Nestor about NFL, race and future of Lamar Jackson

It Was Always A Choice

In the second part of our Maryland Crab Cake Tour stop at Pappas with author David Steele we discuss future of sports journalism, the NFL and race and the future of Lamar Jackson.

Author David Steele joins Nestor for a review of sports journalism and activism in America

David Steele continues MD Crab Cake Tour chat with Nestor about NFL race and future of Lamar Jackson

Activism for athletes comes at a cost in America

Author David Steele joins Nestor for a review of sports journalism and activism in America and a full discussion on his latest book, "It Was Always A Choice."

Purple Reign 2: Chapter 20 “Sup-Harb Bowl – A Crescent City Crowning for Ravens”

This is Chapter 20 of "Purple Reign 2: Faith, Family & Football – A Baltimore Love Story." Author and radio host and entrepreneur Nestor Aparicio is releasing the 2013 book chapter by chapter daily to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Ravens Super Bowl win in New Orleans.

John Feinstein discusses history of new book “Raise a Fist, Take a Knee” with Don and Nestor

John Feinstein discusses history of new book "Raise a Fist, Take a Knee" with Don and Nestor

Feinstein on his latest book that no one wanted to publish

John Feinstein discusses history of new book "Raise a Fist, Take a Knee" with Don and Nestor. The legendary sports writer tells us why this book wasn't recommended by his agent and was turned down by several publishers.

Mark Leibovich talks the big game of NFL and big circus of Washington political scene

Mark Leibovich talks the big game of NFL and big circus of Washington political scene

The Big Game of the new White House and the future of America

New York Times political insider and author Mark Leibovich takes us under the tent of the big circus of the "new" Washington political scene as Biden has calmed things a bit at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Going full dissident on baseball and the world of sports

Author and essayist Howard Bryant provides some backdrop as a former sports writer watching politics and a plague make its way onto the field amidst racial strife in America. Even for those who want to "stick to sports"...
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Harbaugh describes Jackson as “week to week” with knee injury, “less likely” to play in Pittsburgh

The Ravens head coach didn't officially rule out his injured star quarterback for Sunday's clash with the Steelers.

Pittsburgh and Cleveland and Cincinnati: All in the way, again

Luke Jones and Nestor attempt to navigate the sticky holiday road through the AFC North to playoffs for the gimpy, scrappy Ravens. Plus, some enthusiasm for the surging Terps basketball program under Kevin Willard and Orioles search for more pitching at MLB Winter Meetings.

Doing just enough to win

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss offense of Greg Roman and passing game of Tyler Huntley after the narrow Broncos win. And of course, the James Proche pass from inside field goal range.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 17: Reaching Berlin before the beach and Crabs-To-Go and Burley Oak

The seventeenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a day at the beach and stop at Crabs-To-Go in Berlin and some local attention on the farm at Burley Oak Brewing.

Without Lamar Jackson, the Ravens aren’t winning the Super Bowl

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the Ravens late win over Broncos behind Snoop Huntley and the impact of an apparent PCL injury to Lamar Jackson on season hopes in Baltimore.

Even with last-minute win, Ravens fighting feeling of deja vu won’t be easy

Baltimore will now hold its breath to learn more about Lamar Jackson's left knee injury.

#ColumnNes Snooping around for the narrative in a gritty, season-defining win for Ravens

No, it’s not a time for sweeping narratives but the story of the Baltimore Ravens right now is uncertainty and the path to win the division actually going through the division over the next month in a unique scheduling model that was thought to be a benefit until it’s actually Pittsburgh Week and you don’t know who your quarterback is going to be until you see an MRI.

Ravens cornerback Humphrey initially feared Denver’s 63-yard field goal try was going in

The Baltimore defense held the Broncos to just three field goals in Sunday's narrow victory.
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