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Reed’s Return Makes Secondary Elite

July 23, 2012 | Jeffrey Gilley

The Baltimore Ravens need Ed Reed.  Reed is widely considered the best ball-hawk the NFL has seen in sometime and his numbers reinforce that fact. But, Reed has been contemplating retirement for a few years now mainly due to a neck injury. In a recent interview, Reed said he missed mini-camps because he wanted to […]

Duquette’s Tinkering Around the Margins

July 23, 2012 | Mark Brown

Up until this year, there had been a trend with the Orioles in the offseason and preseason to have the front office and whatever media was willing to echo their comments talking about how a few key moves would bring winning baseball back to Baltimore. “We just need to solidify the bullpen,” they might say, […]

Joe Paterno Statue

Who Do You Think You are NCAA?

July 23, 2012 | WNST Staff

Everyone knows all the details of the story. Sandusky was more than inappropriate with minors, Paterno and the Heads of Penn State did not to action as decent human beings and the university has lost all credibility. Now the NCAA has felt the need to make their stamp on the football program; a program that […]

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Why the 2012 Orioles are Different

July 21, 2012 | Chris Cichon

Think back to the past decade of Orioles baseball and try and recall moments of success. Yes, this dismal decade might be a bit of a blur; however, the 2005 season had some moments of hope, at least in the first half of the year. Baltimore spent 62 days in first place in the AL […]

Brad Bergesen and the Curse of Billy Butler

July 19, 2012 | Mark Brown

If you blinked earlier this week, you missed the brief return of Brad Bergesen to the Baltimore Orioles. He was called up for Tuesday’s game as long relief insurance in case Zach Britton had a short outing, but did not find his way into the game even though Britton only made it four innings. Wednesday, […]

Whats Next for the Os?

July 19, 2012 | Scott Zolotorow

After the Orioles take two of four games from the Twins they look ahead to another 4 game series on the road against the Cleveland Indians. The Indians and the Orioles have very similar records and teams in general. Both clubs are in the bottom 5 in the American League in ERA and the bottom […]


What RG3 Can Learn from Joe Flacco

July 19, 2012 | Chris Cichon

“Well people….It’s Time to go to Work!!! Off the unemployment line and oh yea HTTR!!!” Yesterday morning, this was the Tweet from @RGIII letting American know that he was ready to embark on the daunting task of saving the Washington Redskins as the face of this organization. The Redskins are banking $21.1M over four years […]

Torrey Smith has History Working Against Him

July 18, 2012 | Jeffrey Gilley

It’s no secret that Torrey Smith is a very talented player.  Many fans (including myself) hope that his 841 yard rookie season is a sign of things to come.  Hopefully, Smith can become Flacco’s number one target for years to come.  Smith has the ability to do just that but he has history working against […]

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The Truth about 2-RB Systems

July 18, 2012 | WNST Staff

If this offseason has taught the public anything, it’s that it is good to be an NFL Running Back.  Teams have been doling out millions to the load barrers of some of the best offenses in the NFL.  LeSean McCoy, Arian Foster, Matt Forte, Fred Jackson, Adrian Peterson, D’Angelo Williams, Marshawn Lynch and of course, […]

A suggestion for modification to the Joe Paterno Statue

July 17, 2012 | Mark Brown

In the wake of the publishing of the Freeh report on what various people in positions of power at Penn State either knew or should have known, passions are as inflamed as you would expect. There are those who believe the statue of Joe Paterno should be torn down, or that the football program at […]