NFL star Calais Campbell is a monster on the football field. The Baltimore Ravens defensive star has proven difficult to stop throughout his career.
While he hasn’t had a single game on the football field, he’s by no means a usurper of it. Perhaps, this is why he enlisted the help of comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey to find a date for his mother, Nateal Campbell.
It’s a shame to confront the offensive lineman that Campbell isn’t good and friendly on the net.
Are Calais Campbell and the Baltimore Raven in the NFL’s most competitive league in the AFC North?
AFC has plenty of talented teams ready to take their place at the top of the mountain. But which department can say they are the most competitive?
The answer to that question obviously depends on who you ask. If one goes by the results of the 2021 NFL season, the answer could be NFC West. The division boasts Super Bowl champions the Los Angeles Rams, Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.
It’s the only division with two teams boasting, at the very least, 11 wins with the Rams and Cardinals. Teams with the best 28-16 league records, top the league.
Many could argue that the AFC West is a better league, and according to their many upgrades during the season, they have a very valid point. The Broncos added Russell Wilson, while the Raiders added recipients Davante Adams and the Chargers added Khalil Mack edge thrusters (to name just a few).
Calais Campbell’s Baltimore Ravens are also in a tough AFC North tournament with AFC champions Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns. It’s hard to predict which team will make the least jump in the NFL.
This is why so many predictions and prognosis are based on last season’s stats. The Cleveland Browns are hoping that former Pro Bowl quarterback Deshaun Watson will return to his days as a fullback for the Houston Texans.
The Browns also traded in recipient Amari Cooper from the Dallas Cowboys to intimidate them from the outside. The Steelers have drafted rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett to replace the now-retired Ben Roethlisberger.
Meanwhile, the Bengals strengthen their offensive line by adding former Cowboys tackle La’el Collins and guard Alex Cappa, formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The defense ensured more time for star defender Joe Burrow.
The Ravens will place their hopes on the health of defender Lamar Jackson, who has missed the final four games of the season with an ankle injury.
The 2019 NFL Most Valuable Player is looking to return to form to give Calasi Campbell and the Baltimore Ravens a chance to return from the season for the first time since 2020.
https://www.sportskeeda.com/nfl/news-nfl-star-contacts-steve-harvey-set-mother-date?utm_source=feed&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=sportskeeda NFL star contacts Steve Harvey to set his mother up on a date