On this Throwback Thursday, watch the story of the Baltimore Ravens 2012 championship season as told by Coach John Harbaugh, QB Joe Flacco, and Ravens great Ray Lewis.
On behalf of my family, here’s to a happy, blessed, and peaceful Thanksgiving holiday to all of our family and friends.
May your day be filled with praise, and with family, football, fun, fellowship, and feasting as well.
In honor of Thanksgiving, here’s one of my favorite TV Thanksgiving-themed episodes ever – WKRP in Cincinnati ‘Turkeys Away’.
“The Pinedale Shopping Mall has just been bombed with live turkeys – film at 11.” LOL!
“As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.” LOL!
Enjoy & Happy Thanksgiving!
The Green Bay Packers signed FB Joe Kerridge to the active roster from the practice squad, activated T Jason Spriggs from reserve/injured; designated for return and placed T Bryan Bulaga on injured reserve. Bulaga suffered a torn ACL in last Monday Night’s game versus the Detroit Lions. The Packers host the Ravens Sunday @ 1:00 PM at Lambeau Field.
Spriggs, a 6-foot-6, 301-pound second-year player out of Indiana University, was placed on injured reserve on Sept. 21. He played in the season opener and was inactive in Week 2. After being selected by the Packers in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, Spriggs played in 16 regular-season games with two starts and appeared in three postseason contests as a rookie. While he saw time at both tackle spots, both starts came at right guard.
The Baltimore Ravens Saturday activated RB Danny Woodhead from Injured Reserve – Designated for Return and waived TE Gavin Escobar.
Woodhead returns from a hamstring injury he sustained on the opening drive of Baltimore’s Week 1 win at Cincinnati. On that drive, he recorded three catches for 33 yards (with each earning first downs) and one carry for four yards.
Woodhead has compiled 4,717 yards from scrimmage in his nine-year NFL career, including 2,186 rushing yards (on 504 attempts) and 2,531 receiving yards (on 270 receptions).
Since he entered the NFL in 2009, Woodhead is one of four players (Jamaal Charles, Matt Forte and Darren Sproles) to produce at least 15 rushing touchdowns and 15 receiving touchdowns. (He has 15 rushing and 17 receiving scores in his career.)