Steve Smith buys Lardarius Webb Dunkin’ Donuts after practice fight


Steve Smith and Lardarius Webb got into an altercation during Baltimore Ravens minicamp on Wednesday. The fight doesn’t sound like it was quite as spirited as the one Richard Sherman and the Seattle Seahawks got into, but the two veterans had to be separated by teammates.

On Thursday morning, Smith let everyone know he has no hard feelings toward Webb by offering him Dunkin’ Donuts.

“Peace offering from 89,” Smith wrote along with the photo you see above. “(Lardarius Webb) everybody loves dunkin. #glazeUpson the world runs on dunkin #stevesmith.”

I hope Smith is getting a little kickback from Dunkin’ on that one, because that’s a pretty solid advertisement for them. Glaze up, son? That’s gold.

Fortunately for Webb, Smith didn’t draw any blood during the scrum. It wouldn’t have been the first time he clocked a teammate during practice.

H/T Jimmy Traina’s The Big Buzz

Referees miss pass interference by Lardarius Webb on Kris Durham

Kris Durham Lardarius Webb

The referees in the Detroit Lions-Baltimore Ravens game on Monday night missed a pass interference call that may have cost the Lions a touchdown.

Late in the third quarter, the Lions had the ball at the Baltimore 23 for a 3rd-and-9 situation. Matthew Stafford threw a go route to Kris Durham, who was covered one-on-one by Lardardius Webb. Webb grabbed a hold of Durham’s arm, making it nearly impossible for him to make the catch. The pass fell incomplete, and the Lions settled for a field goal to make it 12-10 Ravens.

Here’s a look at the play:

Stafford couldn’t believe there wasn’t a flag on the play and complained to the refs. Even Mike Tirico and Jon Gruden pointed out what a terrible missed call it was. Then there was this from FOX NFL rules guru Mike Pereira:

Had pass interference rightfully been called, the Lions would have had the ball 1st-and-goal at the Baltimore 1-yard line and a very good chance to take the lead.

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