Now that the NFL Draft is over, Jerry Coleman has more from the Ravens brass and their picks.
Jerry Coleman was at the pre-draft luncheon to hear what the coaches and front office had to say about the upcoming draft.
After much ballyhooed, pomp and circumstance. The Ravens 2014 schedule was released, and this year, at least there was no debate on 105.7 The Fan over the Orioles interfering with a home opener.
Jerry was at the Raven’s press conference to officially announce the extension of Eugene Monroe’s contract.
With headlines swirling around Ravens RB Ray Rice regarding his arrest in Atlantic City, the club attempted to divert their attention to Pro Bowl LB Terrell Suggs’ contract extension.
In a hastily called news conference, The Ravens finally announced former QB and Texans head coach Gary Kubiak as their third OC in 13 months.
After the Ravens conducted their annual “State of the Ravens Address”, it was clear that the brass of the organization wants to make 2014 much more successful.
What’s next for the 8-8 Ravens after winning the Super Bowl just a season ago?
After not scoring a touchdown against the Detroit Lions on Monday night football their woes continued as the Patriots shut down the Ravens in a 41-7 rout.
A day after Ravens rookie safety Matt Elam called out Detroit Lions All Pro Wide Receiver Calvin Johnson fired back.
The Ravens have scored first in four out of their last five games, and are now 39-8 at home and 11-1 against the NFC teams under John Harbaugh in Baltimore.
The Ravens, following a much needed win over division rival Pittsburgh, look to make the playoffs for the sixth consecutive year as they currently stand at 6-6, which is good enough to maintain the 6th spot in the AFC.