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Topic - Torrey Smith
As Maryland's promotional push for the Big Ten continues, former Terrapins wide receiver Torrey Smith pitched in.
Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan says his recovery from minor knee surgery remains on schedule.
Fear the dreadlocks, San Francisco.
On game day, Torrey Smith is a whirlwind of dreadlocks, speed and big-play catches. None of this provides a hint of the hurdles the former Maryland Terrapin had to overcome to become the deep threat the Baltimore Ravens needed to make it to the Super Bowl.
Torrey Smith overcame a variety of obstacles to become the deep threat the Baltimore Ravens needed to make it to the Super Bowl.
A celebration four weeks in the making featured laughs and hugs, a surprise appearance by team owner Steve Bisciotti and the distribution of hats announcing the Baltimore Ravens' stature as AFC North champions.
Fourth-and-29 at their own 37, 1:37 left in regulation and trailing by three points.
The Baltimore Ravens enjoyed a record-setting day at the expense of the mistake-prone Oakland Raiders, who matched a dubious franchise mark that had not been broached in over three decades.
There seems to be something about those plain orange helmets that fires up Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the Ravens.
Torrey Smith showed up at the stadium tired and drained, unsure if he would suit up for the Baltimore Ravens.
Torrey Smith scored two touchdowns for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night, less than 24 hours after his younger brother was killed in a motorcycle accident.
Wide receiver Torrey Smith rejoined the Ravens on Sunday night, less than 24 hours after his younger brother was killed in a motorcycle accident.
Wide receiver Torrey Smith scored a touchdown for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night, less than 24 hours after his younger brother was killed in a motorcycle accident.
Torrey Smith's days of anonymity are over. When the second-year Baltimore Ravens receiver ventures into public, he's recognized just about everywhere he goes.
Playing without middle linebacker Ray Lewis for the first time in 58 games, the Baltimore Ravens turned to their offense in an important AFC North showdown against the Cincinnati Bengals.
He added: "I've been running, jumping, cutting."
"We didn't make enough plays and move the ball on offense," wide receiver Torrey Smith said. "We didn't get it done when we needed to. We just weren't consistent enough as a team and it hurts."