BALTIMORE - SEPTEMBER 7: Quarterback Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens smiles as he walks off the field against the Cincinnati Bengals at M & T Bank Stadium on September 7, 2008 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Ravens won 17-10. (Photo by Ned Dishman/Getty Images)Joe Flacco smiles as he walks off the field after a 17-10 win against the Bengals on September 7, 2008 (Photo by Ned Dishman/Getty Images)
Keion Carpenter is a former NFL player who is currently the founder of the Shutdown Academy and CEO of The Carpenter House.
Keion joined Ed and Steve to talk about Ray Rice, and Ravens training camp.
Keion Started by talking about the 2 game suspension for Ray Rice saying “what’s the proper punishment 6, 8, the whole season…what he did was awful…I hope he gets the help he needs.” On facing Steve Smith and what he is like as a player Keion said “he’ll bring the best out of you every game…he is one of the most underrated receivers…he brings a defensive mentality to the offensive side of the ball, he’ll work hard and he always wants the ball in clutch moments.” Keion also went on to talk about the new Ravens offense and how the players the Ravens have will fit into the scheme.