Former NFL player Wally Williams joined Ed and Ken to talk about
Another Ravens player in trouble with the law and off the team. Running back Bernard Pierce was arrested for drunk driving in Towson early Wednesday morning. He is the ninth Ravens player arrested in the past 13 months and the third cut this off-season.
Baltimore Ravens’ VP of Communications and Public Relations Kevin Byrne continues a 10-year tradition he shares with Rob, breaking down the upcoming NCAA tournament brackets.
Aaron Wilson, from the Baltimore Sun, joined the show to discuss the recent happenings for the Ravens off the field this off-season.
Brent Harris from CSN Mid-Atlantic joined Bob and Glenn to talk about the Ravens as they prepare for their upcoming game against the Saints.
The unfortunate OPI call against Steve Smith wasn’t the only surprise of Week 8 for the Baltimore Ravens as Bernard Pierce was a healthy scratch. Is this a one time deal or a sign of things to come?
The Baltimore Ravens are a tad banged up as they prepare to face off against the Colts. They have enough depth to compensate but they’ll miss an opportunity to take advantage of a weak Colts O-line if prominent players can’t suit up.
The Baltimore Ravens spent the week prepping for a Cleveland Browns’ team that pulled off an upset win over the New Orleans Saints last week. The Ravens destroyed the Steelers, but there are still questions at running back. Now, Bernard Pierce is a little banged up and the Ravens hope it isn’t too serious.
If Bernard Pierce keeps running as impressively as he did against the Pittsburgh Steelers, he soon might carve out his own identity.
Scott has a few questions having to do with Ray Rice and the Ravens. Do you have any answers?
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.
Bernard Pierce can’t wait to become the Baltimore Ravens’ starting running back in Sunday’s season opener against Cincinnati.