Jason shed light on the Anquan Boldin trade and shared his thoughts. He finished up covering Mondays hot news of Ed Reed hiring an agent.
The future of Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin continues to be the talk of the town.
Baltimore Ravens Columnist John Eisenberg Talks Ravens Offseason, contracts and casualties.
Kurt Warner still winces at the memory of the helmet-to-helmet shot that Anquan Boldin absorbed in a 2008 game against the New York Jets.
Anquan Boldin gave the Denver fans his version of the Mile High Salute and John Harbaugh wanted to remind all in the free world that this was epic.
Ray Lewis last home game at M&T Bank Stadium was certainly something special. The crowd was electric. He made his final entrance coming out of the tunnel with his legendary dance that made the fans erupt. It was a table setter for what was a wonderful game and a special day for Baltimore, the Ravens and Lewis.
Giving back! That’s what one Ravens player is all about! Dozens of kids are going home a little happier Tuesday after being taken on a holiday shopping spree with Anquan Boldin.
The Ravens have always had bad luck with wide receivers. Drafting players like Travis Taylor and Clarence Moore, Baltimore found itself in a tough predicament. After finally drafting a decent quarterback, the Ravens were left searching for a legitimate receiver to compliment him. They finally found him in 2008 when they traded for Anquan Boldin.
Mike Silver of Yahoo! Sports joins Haynie & Zinno to discuss his column about the Ravens locker room.
This game might turn out to be a battle in the passing game.
Opposing defenses this season have been forced to pick their poison. Will they stop Ray Rice or Joe Flacco. How about Torrey Smith and Dennis Pitta. The Ravens have formed an offense with multiple ways of beating you. And so far in 2012, they’ve proven they can do it any number of ways.
The title of this blog may be catchy but it’s also the stone cold truth and it has nothing to do with money.