Ravens Senior VP of Public Relations Kevin Byrne reflects upon the Pittsburgh Steelers' game-winning and playoff-making drive.
This is a baring of my soul, my heart. Sunday's game means so much to the Ravens.
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The Ravens are receiving a lot of national attention this week after thumping the Miami Dolphins and for traditionally playing the New England Patriots tough.
The Ravens outside linebacker broke down his game-sealing sack-strip on quarterback Andy Dalton, and talked about how Owner Steve Bisciotti approached him about helping in Haiti.
As he boarded the plane after Sunday’s loss to Dallas, Kevin Byrne was thankful for the many players boarding with him and the attributes they bring to the Ravens.
Most of the national attention has been focused on the Dallas Cowboys, but the Ravens will humbly travel to Dallas and be ready to play.
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The crowd at M&T Bank Stadium will celebrate the former Ravens defensive tackle’s tremendous NFL career, his influence on our community with his generous charity work and the part he played for the single-season best defense in NFL history – the 2000 Ravens.
Plus, how the Ravens PR staff tries to help players answer to media and fans after losses that hurt. How would the team deal with a player like Cam Newton?
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