Jerry Coleman joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn with breaking news on the Brian Roberts injury front.
The Ravens rookies got their first look at NFL workouts this weekend.
The Super Bowl Champions will be looking to add the proper pieces to the puzzle that can keep the franchise as a consistent contender.
The Ravens keep shuffling the deck and reloading. The team which has been a contenders in each of the last five years, is trying for number six.
Twenty-nine year old Elvis Dumervil has officially joined a franchise with a very rich history. Having spent the last seven seasons with the Broncos, he departed over a contract and fax “snafu.”
After capturing their second Super Bowl in franchise history, the Ravens off season is off and running, as expected more than a few members that were a part of that storybook run to the Super Bowl, will not return.
It may appear the sky is falling in Baltimore with the news of one departure after another but the Ravens will still field a team in 2013.
Hopefully now, the Ravens will be able to retain a few key players, particularly, WR Anquan Boldin.
Why can’t the Orioles be a favorite to make the playoffs again, in 2013?
The Ravens season concluded with the annual “State of the Team” address and the top priority was to see if the team can work out a long-term contract with franchise quarterback and Super Bowl MVP, Joe Flacco.
It has been twelve years since the Ravens captured the Lombardi trophy, now they had a chance to celebrate it with their fans. It was a joyous day in the city of Baltimore, as the victory parade started at City Hall and concluded at the home of the Ravens – M&T Bank stadium.
Roger Goodell came to the podium to congratulate the Ravens on their Super Bowl win. He also thanked the city of New Orleans for hosting the Super Bowl.