Top of the line

Top of the line

There are 6 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Jun 13, 2008, titled Top of the line. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

When Brett Favre officially retired that day in March in Green Bay, he drew a big crowd, much as Jonathan Ogden did yesterday in Owings Mills.

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rick

Glen Burnie, MD

#1 Jun 13, 2008
Harry Swayne was the other tackle durring the Super Bowl not Orlando Brown. Yet you are supposed to be an authority on the Ravens. Do some research. This is why you can't believe anything the Sun writers say about the Ravens.
Frank

United States

#2 Jun 13, 2008
J.O. is going to wait 6 or 7 years to be inducted into the HOF. He picked a bad year to retire. Too many good players in front of him.
Brent

United States

#3 Jun 13, 2008
Orlando Brown was on the Ravens from 1996-1998, and then 2003-2005. He was NOT on the team in 2000, let alone a starting Tackle.
Attila the Hon

United States

#4 Jun 14, 2008
rick wrote:
Harry Swayne was the other tackle durring the Super Bowl not Orlando Brown. Yet you are supposed to be an authority on the Ravens. Do some research. This is why you can't believe anything the Sun writers say about the Ravens.
Harry Swayne is back with the Ravens. He is the team's assistant director of player programs.

Mr. Steele's babbling blunder is so incredibly embarrassing. Not only was Zeus Brown under contract with the Cleveland Browns but he never played a down during the 2000 campaign. In December of the previous season, referee Jeff Triplette accidentally tossed his penalty flag at one of Zeus' eyes, impairing his vision and putting his playing career in jeopardy.

Don't give Zeus Brown any more credit than he really deserves. It was his own damn temper that cost the Ravens that playoff game against the Titans. In all honesty, he was nowhere close to being as good as Harry Swayne who has the ring to prove it.
zorro

San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago

#5 Aug 14, 2008
When Harry Swayne was the Chaplain for the Chicago Bears and they were going to play in the Superbowl a reporter asked the players who had the most Superbowl experience. The response: The Chaplain :) Harry Swayne has 3 Superbowl rings.(Two from the Broncos & the one for the Ravens) plus he also started for the Chargers - Played 4 Superbowls - Won 3!
Browns Own Ravens in 08

Houston, TX

#6 Aug 15, 2008
When Brett Favre officially retired that day in March in Green Bay, he drew a big crowd, much as Jonathan Ogden did yesterday in Owings Mills. But eben Ogden realize it was time to move on since the Browns will own the Ravens in 2008

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