In a conference call with season ticket holders Wednesday, Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti made comments about Detroit Lions defensive tackle Haloti Ngata that coincide almost perfectly with the NFL’s definition of tampering.
The Lions have no interest in former Ravens running back Ray Rice, head coach Jim Caldwell said Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings.
Although tensions may have been high after the Super Bowl between the two, these brothers are definitely best friends, and continue to support each other 100 percent.
Justin Forsett agreed to terms Thursday on a three-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens, who keep their leading rusher from 2014 after losing several key free agents earlier in the week.
“I could really give good three years without falling back or losing anything,” Ngata said Wednesday.
Ngata, 31, had spent his entire career in Baltimore, where Caldwell and Austin both coached before coming to Detroit.
Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith has said goodbye to Baltimore, where he starred for four seasons after being drafted out of Maryland.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh will be the featured speaker at the University of Michigan Spring Football Clinic, which will be held on Friday and Saturday, March 13-14.
“It was funny how close he was right next to the head basketball coach, like a little foot behind, getting after a pizza. I wonder how coach felt about that?”
Ray Rice has reached a settlement on his grievance against the Baltimore Ravens, according to two people familiar with the case.