Ed Dickson joined the Glenn Younes Show to talk training camp and how the Ravens will adjust to the loss of Dennis Pitta and even the trickle down from the Anquan Boldin trade.
Ozzie Newsome wasn’t going to make the same mistake twice.
Ray Lewis and Ed Reed will join their former teammates Wednesday at the White House, where President Barack Obama will honor the Super Bowl Champs for its 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. But there will be some obvious absences.
I admit that the exodus from the Ravens was tough to swallow at first.
While there is no doubt the Ravens have a plan with their defensive overhaul, the addition of Elvis Dumervil was part luck and part preparation.
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.
Once the shock of being traded from the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens wore off, Anquan Boldin called Colin Kaepernick to get a feel for the 49ers’ young quarterback.
The Ravens post-Super Bowl purge will continue with the loss of veteran safety Ed Reed. CBS Sports’ Jason LaConfora was first to report that Reed agreed in principle to a two-year contract with the Houston Texans Wednesday evening and will leave the Ravens as a free agent after 11 seasons in Baltimore. Reed will reportedly receive $4 million per season in a two-year contract.
After witnessing what some believe to be the demise of the Baltimore Ravens, now would probably be a bad time to convince you not to panic.
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.
The Baltimore Ravens have confirmed the trade of Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers. In exchange, they’ll get a sixth-round draft pick.
I know I’m in the minority on this Boldin deal, but I think they made a smart move.