Our Favorite Baltimore Sports Tweets Of The Week

Posted on January 28, 2014

Here's a quick roundup of some of the tweets that caught our eye this week.

On the Ravens' hiring of Gary Kubiak as the team's new offensive coordinator:

On nap time and life's simple pleasures:

And if you've been wondering who still likes the Pro Bowl. The answer just might be the players ...

On the continuing saga of Orioles physicals:

On The Grammys:

And ...

Plus, a couple from the archives of Tommy Hunter. We feel there's a "who wore it best?" question in here somewhere.

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