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Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss the magic and history of hosting a AFC Championship Game in Baltimore

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss the magic and history of hosting a AFC Championship Game in Baltimore

Bill Cole joins Nestor in celebrating the civic victory of Ravens hosting AFC Championship Game

Bill Cole joins Nestor in celebrating the civic victory of Ravens hosting AFC Championship Game

Lamar earns his chance to win The Big One at home

Like all Baltimore sports fans, we've waited a lifetime to host an AFC Championship Game. Sunday evening stands as one of the greatest nights in the history of local sports. Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss the magic and history of hosting the biggest game – or event – possible in the stadium we built three decades ago for nights just like this one.

The civic victory in finally hosting an AFC Championship Game

It took Baltimore nearly 53 years to earn the hosting privilege of the biggest football game that is not the Super Bowl. Bill Cole joins Nestor in celebrating the civic victory of the Ravens hosting the AFC Championship Game for the first time in their 28-year history in the Charm City.

Nestor tells Dennis that seeing happy Reds fans in Baltimore is a sign of hope for Orioles fans

Nestor tells Dennis that seeing happy Reds fans in Baltimore is a sign of hope for Orioles fans

Hoping the Cincinnati Reds civic fan phenomenon comes to Baltimore

As the All Star break prepares Orioles fans for an exciting second half of pennant race baseball, Nestor tells Dennis Koulatsos that seeing happy Reds fans in Baltimore and the excitement around Elly De La Cruz in Cincinnati this month is a sign of hope for Orioles fans packing Camden Yards again sometime soon.

Hey Orioles: Those empty seats mean that Baltimore is just not that into you…

Can you handle the truth about why you don't go to Baltimore Orioles games?
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Finding The Vault and gems of the past and future at “new” CFG Bank Arena

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What are the next key moves of DeCosta and Ravens?

As the NFL Combine gathers in Indianapolis, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the Ravens' decisions on the franchise tag for Justin Madubuike and where to go in April for offensive linemen and more depth across the roster as the inevitable offseason attrition continues.

DeCosta says Ravens “probably will” tag Madubuike without long-term deal

Baltimore has until next Tuesday to use the franchise tag on Pro Bowl defensive tackle Justin Madubuike.

Ravens make four new hires to coaching staff official ahead of scouting combine

Head coach John Harbaugh lost several notable assistants following the 2023 season.

Hot yoga, great football and giving back and living in Baltimore as a Ravens alum

Our resident Super Bowl XXXV champion and hot yoga devotee Femi Ayandabejo joins Nestor for a spirited debate about mental fitness, personal strength and Ravens football and the importance of giving back on Crab Cake Row: A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl from Faidley's for the Maryland Food Bank.

Crab Cake Row: Our marketing pal Steve Taormino donates cans and talks Vehicles For Change and brands

We began the second day of our "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" from Costas Inn with a large donation from our CC&A pal Steve Taormino, who partners with Vehicles For Change, a local organization with national ties that helps folks with transportation and transforms lives.
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