Stevie Baggs

#40LB,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 240
Born:
College: Bethune-Cookman
Birth Place: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • How crucial are the next two seasons for Joe Flacco?
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    How crucial are the next two seasons for Joe Flacco?

    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?

  • Baltimore Ravens have 'Bachelorette' watch party
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    Baltimore Ravens have 'Bachelorette' watch party

    May 23 (UPI) -- It's not quite time for full-on film study, so the Baltimore Ravens are watching the Bachelorette instead. Quarterback Joe Flacco, tight end Dennis Pitta, kicker Justin Tucker and a few other teammates attended a get-together for the season premiere Monday for the hit ABC show. The watch party happened at Pitta's house on a 60-inch TV, as noted by Tucker. "The @BacheloretteABC watch parties are serious business at @dennispitta's house," the Ravens tweeted. "60"...but no sound bar," Tucker tweeted, with a photo of himself marking off the TV with a tape-measure. "Can we get a bigger TV please?," Tucker asked the Ravens on Twitter. Former Ravens teammate Kyle Juszcyk joked on Twitter

  • Philadelphia Eagles hope fire is lit under Nelson Agholor, wide receiving corps
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    Philadelphia Eagles hope fire is lit under Nelson Agholor, wide receiving corps

    PHILADELPHIA -- Last season, the Philadelphia Eagles didn't get near enough production from their wide receiving corps. Slot receiver Jordan Matthews was the only wideout with more than 36 receptions (he had 73). With 2015 first-round pick Nelson Agholor underperforming for the second straight year and summer trade acquisition Dorial Green-Beckham making little progress, the Eagles did two things in the offseason. First, they fired wide receivers coach Greg Lewis after just one season and replaced him with the more experienced Mike Groh. Then, they used free agency and the draft to upgrade the position. They signed veteran free agents Alshon Jeffery (to a one-year, $9.5 million contract) and