You saw Baltimore Ravens WR Jacoby Jones display some of his dance moves in Superbowl 47 after he scored two touchdowns. He has now taken his dance moves to TV on the show Dancing With the Stars. Jacoby Jones has been a hit so far on the show. You can see Jacoby perform one of his dance routines in the clip below:
Jacoby Jones played a key part in the Superbowl 47 victory for the Baltimore Ravens. Jones averaged a whopping 30.7 yards per kick return in 2012. You can view Jacoby Jones career NFL stats by clicking here.
The Baltimore Ravens wasted no time in finding a quality safety in free agency and offer a deal to Michael Huff from the Oakland Raiders. The acquisition of Michael Huff will help ease the pain a little bit after losing Ed Reed in free agency and releasing hard hitting safety Bernard Pollard.
After losing several quality starters in free agency, the Baltimore Ravens seem to be building the defensive line back up by bringing in Elvis Dumervil. Elvis Dumervil will be coming from the Denver Broncos and he knows how to get to the quarterback.
If you are not familiar with Elvis Dumervil, then check out these Evis Dumervil highlights in the video below:
Looks like the Baltimore Ravens will lose superstar safety Ed Reed to the Houston Texans. Although Ed Reed’s contract has not been signed yet, it is being reported that he has accepted the offer and plans to go play for the Houston Texans next year.
Ed Reed will surely be missed here in Baltimore. Below is a clip od Ed Reed’s speech at the Ravens parade and Superbowl 47 victory celebration:
Ok it is time to announce the RavensBlogger.com Player Awards for the Baltimore Ravens 2012 season. The awards are as follows: Most Improved Ravens Player Award – This award goes to Paul Kruger. Paul Kruger stepped up his game in 2012 and became the leading pass rusher for the Baltimore Ravens. With Terrell Suggs out for most of the season, Kruger led the Ravens with 9 sacks. It is no surprise that he got a huge deal from the Cleveland Browns in free agency. Paul Kruger’s Career Stats
Ravens Rookie of the Year Award – This award goes to Justin Tucker. After what happened with Billy Cundiff previously, acquiring rookie kicker Justin Tucker was a huge blessing. Tucker showed he could handle the pressure and was 100% on kicks that were over 50 yards going 4 for 4! He was 100% on PATs and 90.9 % accurate overall on field goals. Justin Tucker’s Career Stats
Ravens Offensive Player of the Year Award – This award goes to Joe Flacco. Joe Flacco threw for more yards in 2012 than he did in any previous year and he ended up with 3,812 yard passing. Although there were some inconsistencies during the regular season this may have been due the scheme under former offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. Flacco flourished under Caldwell in the playoffs. The Baltimore Ravens organization obviously believe in him since they gave him a lucrative contact making him the highest paid player in the NFL! Joe Flacco’s Career Stats
Ravens Defensive Player of the Year Award – This award goes to Bernard Pollard. Bernard Pollard was our designated hitman on defense. When I think of the slogan “Play like a Raven” Bernard Pollard was the first name that came to mind. Pollard led the Baltimore Ravens defense with 98 tackles. He also hit the hardest on the team no doubt. Bernard Pollard’s Career Stats
Ravens Leadership Award – This award goes to none other than Ray Lewis for the second year in a row. Ray Lewis will probably go down as the best on the field leader to ever play the game. You all saw what happened when he came back from injury and announced his retirement. The team stepped up and went on a Superbowl run under his leadership. Ray Lewis’ Career Stats
Well we knew that the Baltimore Ravens wouldn’t be able to keep everyone. Especially after rewarding quarterback Joe Flacco by making him the highest paid player in the NFL. The news broke that Anquan Boldin has been traded to the San Francisco 49ers for a sixth round draft pick. Losing Boldin will be a huge loss on offense. He made some huge plays during the Superbowl run. We will miss the leadership and fire that he brought to the offense.