Joe Flacco may be the most interesting Baltimore Raven. For a man who has done a lot for the city of Baltimore, he still receives a lot of heat for his inconsistent play and his dry personality. Maybe his dry personality does not fit the city of Baltimore?
There aren't many guys who get to claim icon status in two different fields, but René Lacoste is one of them. The ferocious French tennis player dominated the game in the '20s and early '30s-winning seven Grand Slam titles and the nickname "the Crocodile"-but he was also the inventor of his now-universally recognized Lacoste polo way back in 1933. Novak Djokovic-a 12-time Grand Slam winner and inarguably one of the greatest tennis players in the world-is joining on as Lacoste's style ambassador.
Topps released the first-ever baseball card of Tim Tebow in a minor-league uniform, but good luck getting your hands on one.