From the New York Post: "To me, I went from Baltimore to here [the Texans]," Mason told The Post after the Ravens beat his new team 29-14. "I don't know what you're talking about when you mention that other place, but this place here I'm excited about."
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Rex Ryan says everything's hunky-dory.
I've already recommended that you check out A Football Life, the NFL Films documentary that followed Coach Hoodie during the 2009 season. Of the many revelations into Belichick's persona, this clip of him cursing at then-Ravens receiver Derrick Mason received the most attention as soon as the piece aired last night.…
This is not going to make America's $1 Commissioner very happy: Derrick Mason, Ravens wide receiver and an NFL vet so tenured that he debuted with the Tennessee Oilers, thinks Roger Goodell is a joke.
In the past weeks and months, we've heard from numerous players about the pending lockout. They've all been on message, like good union members ought to be. But we've heard very little from the owners, who have been content to let the Commissioner and the lawyers give the public statements. This might be PR strategy,…
Of eight games, three look moderately entertaining; Miami at Baltimore (oh boy, Derrick Mason's mad about Channing Crowder calling him "the old guy" so he called him "Chowder"), Tampa Bay at Atlanta and San Diego at Houston.
On Friday, wide receiver Drew Bennett was healthy, rested and ready to play. So Baltimore gave him a one-year contract. Then he woke up on Sunday with a sore knee, so he retired. Didn't the Ravens call no takebacks?