WJZ-TV Sports Anchor Mark Viviano joined Glenn on Sports Rehab to weigh in on the Ray Rice suspension.
From Sunday’s game until today, the Ravens have been under a great deal of stress leading up to tomorrow’s game against the Steelers. “The Ravens have to be dialed in,” said Wilson. “The players are feeling stress, [but] not as stressed as the people involved or the people that have to make the decisions.”
The Ravens take on the Steelers Thursday night, and they’ll do so trying to avoid going 0-2 to start the season. Two divisional losses to open the 2014 NFL campaign would be a devastating hole, and they’ll have to go through a balanced Pittsburgh offense to do so. “They like to run the ball and have done so pretty well so far,” said Colony.
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Scott has a few questions having to do with Ray Rice and the Ravens. Do you have any answers?
Legal Analyst Bob Lytle joined Ed and Steve to talk about the new developments in the Ray Rice situation.
NFL Hall Of Fame Quarterback And CBS Sports Color Commentator Phil Simms Joined The Scott Garceau Show
Scott asked Phil if he believes that the Ravens made the correct move in cutting Ray Rice. “What could they have done, hey can only go by the information that has been given to them. I don’t know what to say.”
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn on Monday to go over the release of security footage that shows Ray Rice punching his now wife Janay Palmer in February. Immediately after the interview took place the Ravens have cut ties with Rice and the running back has been suspended from the league indefinitely.
Earlier this morning , TMZ Sports posted the rest of the Video that displays Rice punching his then-fiancee Janay Palmer, in the face, during an Atlantic City hotel elevator ride in February.
The Ravens 23-16 home defeat to the Bengals marked the first time under John Harbaugh they’ve been beaten at M&T Bank Stadium to open the season. 1st time since 2005.
Paul Gunther, defensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Femi Ayanbadejo to preview the season between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals, Scott asked if he is looking forward to making his debut as a defensive coordinator. “You have goals as a coach and you work towards those goals.
Jeremy Conn gives his thoughts and a prediction for the Ravens home opener against the Bengals on Sunday.