The former team president was remembered by friends and family at a funeral at the Baltimore Basilica Tuesday morning, followed by an open reception at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens owner made it clear that he still loves running the team, and joked that he'd have nothing else to do if he sold the team because he's not a good enough golfer to go pro.
Four years later, the Ravens owner still thinks about the Anquan Boldin trade, but making tough decisions like that is what makes him enjoy the offseason so much.
The new senior offensive assistant will help implement the smash mouth, ground-and-pound style that Baltimore is known for. He will also be a great asset to Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg.