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They look at the world upside down between their legs.
Not only are we getting a steady dose of all things Harbaugh and Lewis, but D.C. fans are being prodded into drinking the purple Kool-Aid and riding alongside our neighbors to the north on their cruise to the Crescent City. To which I politely reply, "Hell no."
In a brewing controversy, a high-profile member of the Baltimore Ravens organization won't take the field at the Super Bowl. And no, it's not Ray Lewis.
Kurt Warner still winces at the memory of the helmet-to-helmet shot that Anquan Boldin absorbed in a 2008 game against the New York Jets.
WTOP's Katie Howard offers crowd-pleasing Super Bowl party recipes that are so simple, even a child can whip them up in minutes.
Mario Manningham hobbled into the Superdome stands on crutches and found an out-of-the-way seat to watch his San Francisco teammates go through media day frenzy two weeks since the 49ers wide receiver underwent reconstructive surgery on his left knee.
Long after details of the action on the field are forgotten, Super Bowl commercials remain embedded in our memories and pop culture. Over the years, ads have ranged from straightforward to funny, from sexy to abstract, and from tender to annoying. What are your favorite Super Bowl ads from years past? Weigh in here on Facebook.
The Sports Legends Museum at Baltimore's Camden Yards is displaying the Super Bowl XXXV trophy from 2000 to help celebrate the Baltimore Ravens' trip to New Orleans.
After one final practice at their own training facility, the Super Bowl-bound Ravens will take Sunday off before heading for the Big Easy on Monday afternoon.