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Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown makes catch of the year to cut Titans lead

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Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown makes catch of the year to cut Titans lead

With the Ravens trailing by 11 with less than a minute before halftime, the Baltimore offense needed a spark.

Enter Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown.

On third-and-14 from the Titans 42-yard line, the rookie wide receiver hauled in one of the biggest catches of the Ravens' season. Take a look.

Brown's one-handed grab in between three defenders with 11 seconds remaining in the first half set up Justin Tucker for a chip-shot field goal. Tucker made the kick, trimming the Titans lead to just eight before the half.

Without Brown's catch, the Ravens would have been forced to attempt a 59-yard field goal. That distance is not out of Tucker's range, but far more difficult of a kick than the 22-yarder he hit after Brown's grab.

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Report: Tony Romo agrees to deal with CBS to become highest-paid analyst ever

Report: Tony Romo agrees to deal with CBS to become highest-paid analyst ever

Tony Romo’s transition from NFL quarterback to CBS analyst has been as seamless as anyone could have imagined.

The former face of the Cowboys franchise has garnered acclaim for his acumen in the booth, as he’s displayed an unparalleled vision of the game and ability to convey it in ways that average fans understand. For that, CBS reportedly has rewarded Romo with the richest deal for an NFL analyst in TV history.

Romo and CBS have agreed to a deal of about $17 million a season and “significantly more” than five years, New York Post’s Andrew Marchand reported Friday. The deal more than doubles the previous annual high of $8 million held by John Madden two decades ago.

According to the report, Romo would have been able to speak with other networks in March if a deal had not been reached, and ESPN was prepared to make a serious run at him for their “Monday Night Football” broadcast.

Instead, CBS avoids a bidding war as Romo signs on with a deal that will pay him more annually than he made on his entire rookie deal (three years, nearly $10 million) with the Cowboys.

Romo made just over $3 million last season, his third with CBS.

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Ravens' Sam Koch teaches celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay how to punt

Ravens' Sam Koch teaches celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay how to punt

Sam Koch teaching celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay how to punt at M&T Bank Stadium isn't exactly the football highlight you'd expect to find in late February. 

But hey, here we are. 

Ramsay is pretty good at punting based on this clip, though we don't know exactly how many attempts and cuss-word filled rants went on before it. 

His connection to the Ravens? Glad you asked. Ramsay opened a restaurant in Horseshoe Casino Baltimore in 2017. He met a few players and toured the stadium back then, so he's returned to get more action on the field. 

Maybe now Ramsay can teach some Ravens players to make his perfect burger. 

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