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    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimoreboy View Post
    He used to be a Baltimore city cop.
    He's the guy who accidentally shot himself in the hip while attending a MD basketball game with Steve Bisciotti.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?id=1758416
    LOL! That was him?

    I remember that story now that you mention it.




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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthSide View Post
    LOL! That was him?

    I remember that story now that you mention it.
    No, article says cop's name is Sanders.




  3. #18

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    Yeah, Darren Sanders is the Ravens Director of Security.

    I know we are talking about two different guy in this thread, Chad Steele and Darren Saunders.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ravenray View Post
    No, article says cop's name is Sanders.
    If you read Southside's and Justlovemybird's posts in this thread you'll notice we're talking about head of security Darren Sanders,not Steele.




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    He could be all over ray (if he is PR) to prep him of certain questions and answers he may get during interviews




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    Quote Originally Posted by webbrick2007 View Post
    Thanks, that was the guy. It was wieird how he was all over Ray on the sideline even before the game was over.
    Yes, as others have mentioned, Chad Steele.

    Complete and utter attention whore and Uber Douche. And yes, he purposely shadows Ray at the end of games/interviews, only to be in the background.




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    wtf??? really????
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    Re: Who was the guy

    Quote Originally Posted by MD Boy View Post
    Yes, as others have mentioned, Chad Steele.

    Complete and utter attention whore and Uber Douche. And yes, he purposely shadows Ray at the end of games/interviews, only to be in the background.
    This is a joke right?

    He's the media relations director. It's his job to show players around to the various media outlets. He HAS to be in the background. It's his job to be in the background.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    This is a joke right?

    He's the media relations director. It's his job to show players around to the various media outlets. He HAS to be in the background. It's his job to be in the background.
    No, not a joke. Of what part I said came across as comical? I understand what a PR Director does and what their duties are. Just happening to be background, having full knowledge of when cameras will be on the team's marquee player on the sideline, in the interview or as he runs off the field is what I am referring to.

    If what you said, 'It's their job to be in the background', then why not be around the other players as well, as opposed to the aforementioned scenario?




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    Quote Originally Posted by MD Boy View Post
    No, not a joke. Of what part I said came across as comical? I understand what a PR Director does and what their duties are. Just happening to be background, having full knowledge of when cameras will be on the team's marquee player on the sideline, in the interview or as he runs off the field is what I am referring to.

    If what you said, 'It's their job to be in the background', then why not be around the other players as well, as opposed to the aforementioned scenario?
    So the only shred of evidence that this guy is an attention whore and a douche, is that he chooses to stand around Ray Lewis basically all the time.

    Did you consider that, as the guy who's been around the roster for the longest, Ray might be closer to him than most other players?

    It's not like the guy is getting in front of other Ravens, pushing his name around, trying to ACTUALLY get everyone's attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MD Boy View Post
    No, not a joke. Of what part I said came across as comical? .........
    If what you said, 'It's their job to be in the background', then why not be around the other players as well, as opposed to the aforementioned scenario?
    Because Morgan Cox doesn't get interviewed, maybe?
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    He's always in the background because his job is to be within earshot of every press interaction our players have. He's around Ray a lot because the media is always interested in hearing from Ray. He's also around Flacco, Rice, and Torrey a lot.

    It's almost as if... He's actually always around the media!
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    Is this the same guy in the preseason just gone who told Joe he wasn't able to talk to the media cause the ravens were on offense?

    in a 2012 preseason game after Joe had been taken out of the game after the initial series, the interviewer started talking to him on the sideline, but this guy jumped in on the interview and said not right now, ravens are offense, joe can only interview when the team is on D??

    He came across as a super moody jobsworth..




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    Re: Who was the guy

    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimoreboy View Post
    He used to be a Baltimore city cop.
    He's the guy who accidentally shot himself in the hip while attending a MD basketball game with Steve Bisciotti.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/news/story?id=1758416
    So wait, the Head Guy for security shot himself at a basketball game? Lol. And his only other claim to fame is that he was a Baltimore City PD? Thats actually quite funny.




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    Quote Originally Posted by MD Boy View Post
    No, not a joke. Of what part I said came across as comical?
    For starters, the whore and douche part made you look particularly comical.

    Quote Originally Posted by MD Boy View Post
    I understand what a PR Director does and what their duties are. Just happening to be background, having full knowledge of when cameras will be on the team's marquee player on the sideline, in the interview or as he runs off the field is what I am referring to.
    Clearly you don't know what a PR person does. And you're assuming that because you see him in the background sometimes that he's "having full knowledge" of the cameras. He probably doesn't give a rats ass where the cameras are and is focused on getting his players to their media sessions.

    Quote Originally Posted by MD Boy View Post
    If what you said, 'It's their job to be in the background', then why not be around the other players as well, as opposed to the aforementioned scenario?
    Uhh, because "other players" are not interviewed and given access to the media as much as the marquee players.
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