The Baltimore Ravens trained on Wednesday as they continue preparations to square off against the San Francisco 49ers in the 47th edition of the Super Bowl in New Orleans.
Baltimore boss John Harbaugh told journalists that he will be focused on his team and not on their rivals who happen to be coached by his younger brother Jim.
Ten days before playing the final game of his illustrious career, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis said he was too busy to become sentimental and added he was looking forward to his final outing.
The Ravens are playing in their first Super Bowl since winning their only Lombardi Trophy following the 2000 season while the 49ers will appear in their first in 18 years.
The game kicks off on February 3.
- 1Snowden, Assange and Manning statues unveiled in Berlin | euronews, world news
- 2Chomsky says US is world’s biggest terrorist | euronews, the global conversation
- 3euronews live TV - News | euronews : the latest international news as video on demand
- 4Nepal: ‘equally big earthquakes coming in eastern regions,’ expert tells euronews | euronews, world news
- 5It’s a girl: Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge gives birth in London | euronews, world news
- 6Juncker to Hungarian PM Orban: “Hello, Dictator!”
- 7Evidence of ancient wine found in Georgia a vintage quaffed some 6,000 years BC
- 8Exclusive: unrest in FYR Macedonia could hit other Balkan countries warns Serbian PM | euronews, world news
- 9International tv news | euronews: European and International tv news bulletin
- 10International breaking news | euronews online world breaking news in video
- 11How Nepal earthquake devastated Kathmandu’s UNESCO heritage | euronews, world news
- 12Portuguese language reform law goes global | euronews, world news
- 13EU membership remains Serbia’s priority, says PM Aleksandar Vucic | euronews, the global conversation
- 14Spanish voters punish mainstream parties in local and regional elections
- 15Spain: the viral soldiers fighting in Madrid and Barcelona mayoral races | euronews, world news
- 16Recharging without cables: the road ahead for electric cars
- 17Andrea Ferrari: the graphene guru | euronews, science
- 18We will not be moved! China’s urban spread resistance [PHOTOS]
- 19Watch: France’s Jean-Marie Le Pen clashes with UKIP MEP Woolfe | euronews, world news
- 20How World War II shaped modern Poland | euronews, world news
Wires > Sport
- 15:55 CET Harrington stays in contention at Irish Open
- 15:46 CET Platini puts FIFA politics aside to remember Heysel deaths
- 15:28 CET Clubs and families remember Heysel victims 30 years on
- 15:23 CET Suarez fit for King’s Cup final, says Luis Enrique
- 15:10 CET Blatter set to win new term despite football corruption scandal
- 14:24 CET Hartley dropped from England World Cup training squad
- 14:23 CET Speight brace sees Brumbies past Bulls
- 14:13 CET England win toss, put New Zealand in to bat