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February 3, 2013
dailydot:

Ray Lewis getting emotional during the national anthem

Our explanation for the tears: Ray Lewis preps for the game by listening to Dashboard Confessional.

dailydot:

Ray Lewis getting emotional during the national anthem

Our explanation for the tears: Ray Lewis preps for the game by listening to Dashboard Confessional.

18:36 // 1 year ago
January 30, 2013
buzzfeedlgbt:

The 4 B’s Of The Super Bowl: Brendon Ayanbadejo is just one of the many reasons to watch on Sunday.

Relevant to the last post.

buzzfeedlgbt:

The 4 B’s Of The Super Bowl: Brendon Ayanbadejo is just one of the many reasons to watch on Sunday.

Relevant to the last post.

(via buzzfeed)

19:19 // 1 year ago
September 6, 2012
RIP Art Modell: Respected NFL owner who broke hearts with controversial franchise move
Two teams, four decades, two championships: The former Baltimore Ravens owner, who controversially moved the Cleveland Browns from their home base in 1996, has died. Modell, a former NFL president who played a key role in bringing football to national television (most notably setting up the deal for “Monday Night Football”), says that he lost money by staying in Cleveland, which is why he eventually moved the team, which became the Baltimore Ravens. “This has been a very, very tough road for my family and me,” he once said. “I leave my heart and part of my soul in Cleveland. But frankly, it came down to a simple proposition: I had no choice.” Modell, who had to leave the team’s branding and records back in Cleveland (where a new franchise eventually came to life), sold off most of his stake in the Ravens in 2004.

RIP Art Modell: Respected NFL owner who broke hearts with controversial franchise move

Two teams, four decades, two championships: The former Baltimore Ravens owner, who controversially moved the Cleveland Browns from their home base in 1996, has died. Modell, a former NFL president who played a key role in bringing football to national television (most notably setting up the deal for “Monday Night Football”), says that he lost money by staying in Cleveland, which is why he eventually moved the team, which became the Baltimore Ravens. “This has been a very, very tough road for my family and me,” he once said. “I leave my heart and part of my soul in Cleveland. But frankly, it came down to a simple proposition: I had no choice.” Modell, who had to leave the team’s branding and records back in Cleveland (where a new franchise eventually came to life), sold off most of his stake in the Ravens in 2004.

8:21 // 1 year ago