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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 24: Eldersburg love of 1823 and old friends at Liberatore’s

The 22nd day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland was spent in Eldersburg with an incredible local journey with old friends. Mike McKelvin and Dante Liberatore own a restaurant and brewing company and shared their Carroll County life with Nestor. And John Maroon stopped by for three decades of sports tales about Cal Ripken Jr. and walking the Great Wall of China and the streets of Beijing together. Lots of delicious 1823 beer here and a toast to the late, great Vince Bagli and Chris Thomas.

From Dundalk to Eldersburg, telling the story of Liberatore’s restaurant tradition

Dante Liberatore and Nestor trade Dundalk High tales that led to a life in Eldersburg restaurant

Twelve Ravens thoughts following final day of open training camp practice

The Ravens hosted fans in Owings Mills for the final time this summer on Wednesday.

Purple Reign 1: Chapter 15 “Festivus Maximus”

The news reports came fast and furious on the Monday before the Super Bowl. Just a day into the biggest week of my life, and the reporters couldn’t wait to track me down with the latest news. One of the Ravens’ team buses, leaving a downtown pep rally for BWI Airport and a charter flight to Tampa, had been involved in an accident, hitting a police cruiser.

The ghosts of Memorial Stadium and the legend of Tony Siragusa

Before Ray Lewis entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton in 2018, Tony Siragusa took Nestor into the last century and what powered the greatest defense in the history of the game – even back in the days of Ted Marchibroda and 33rd Street.

During Hard Knocks, when The Goose told us about his summer with a ring and a Super Bowl trophy

During the 2001 Westminster training camp of the inaugural HBO season of "Hard Knocks," Tony Siragusa and Nestor made some space at the Best Western and talked about what happens after you win the Super Bowl. We will miss The Goose.

Hall of Famer Rod Woodson remembers the first time he met Tony Siragusa in Baltimore

Hall of Famer Rod Woodson remembers his larger than life and always on Ravens teammate Tony Siragusa

Remembering the good times with The Goose

Marvin Lewis spends time with Nestor mourning the loss of Ravens defensive tackle Tony Siragusa.

That time in 2005 when Tony Siragusa had us try his tasty ribs at Super Bowl

After his career, The Goose went into television and brought his signature Sunday dish to Radio Row in Jacksonville the week that Nestor retired from daily sports radio. Comedy ensued...

Talking about Goose, 33rd Street and the old days with Super Bowl XXXV champ Kim Herring

The death of Tony Siragusa has us discussing every aspect of the Purple Reign magic surrounding Super Bowl XXXV and the greatest defense in the history of the game. Safety Kim Herring was drafted into a Baltimore Ravens uniform in 1997 and knew nothing about the franchise. Let him tell you about "the man of the people" – The Goose.
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