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Religion and Ravens

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I don't mind individual players expressing their religious views here and there. But I don't think it's a good idea to say that "God is a big part of who we are as a team"-according to coach Harbaugh. Religion shouldn't be implemented or mandated into any workplace, unless it's a religous place. Harbaugh is a fantastic head coach, but he's becoming more fanatical each week it seems. I just hope it doesn't get to the constantly irritating Tim Tebow "wanna thank my lord and savior jesus christ" point. All I'm saying is, please keep religion and football seperate. Not only do people have varying beliefs, but it's also not the place or time to express those beliefs. I personally want to see and watch the sport, not people preaching and thanking their religion for whatever reason.

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While we respect everyone's right to free speech, in keeping with the OP's sentiment, this forum is for discussion of Ravens football ONLY.

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