Saturday, April 30, 2011
Report: Apology not enough for Ravens
By Michael C. Wright
The NFL's version of resolution regarding the trade fiasco between the Chicago Bears and the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday apparently doesn't sit well with Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti.
Bisciotti said the profuse apologies offered by Bears general manager Jerry Angelo weren't enough, and expressed disappointment in the McCaskey family, saying the situation tarnishes the family's legacy, according to the Baltimore Sun.
"I'm disappointed in the Bears and the McCaskeys," Bisciotti told the newspaper. "It is my opinion a deviation from their great legacy. They concluded that their heartfelt and admirable apology was sufficient for our loss. All of us at the Ravens strongly disagree. Probably end of story."
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