The Baltimore Ravens have placed wide receiver Brandon Stokley on injured reserve, ending his season.
The defending Super Bowl champions are coming off of the worst loss of the season even though it was by a mere six points. With the loss to the Browns now behind them, Baltimore has to play harder and those filling in have to step it up as the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals come to town.
The Ravens are about to go into battle against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Unfortunately for Pittsburgh, one of Baltimore’s greatest assets on defense is about to make his return.
Our on-field reporter Jerry Coleman hit the turf after the game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns. He caught up with Brandon Stokley, Marlon Brown, Vonta Leach and Corey Graham to get the players take on the game, the good and the bad.
The Defending Champion Ravens will arrive in Denver with a few new faces on the roster this season.
Always controversial NFL analyst from the NFL Network, Heath Evans, joined Zinno to discuss the Ravens outlook for 2013.
I am not looking for too much out of the new guys, Stokely and Clark. I know what they can do. I will be looking at the young receivers again to see if anyone can step up.
He transitions to talk about the the team’s recent acquisitions, the battle for starting center, and the running back situation.
NFL Network Analysts and former Ravens scout Daniel Jeremiah joined the Norris and Davis Show on Baltimore’s 105-7 THE FAN Tuesday morning to discuss what he has seen from the Ravens during training camp.
Garrett Downing with BaltimoreRavens.com joined Mark Zinno on the Baltimore Baseball Tonight Postgame Show to talk Ravens football.
So over the weekend the Ravens added 2 new players or as some may put it, the Ravens added 2 old players. Brandon Stokley and Dallas Clark are both probably in the November of their […]
When the Baltimore Ravens decided to trade Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers for a sixth round draft pick, we thought the team was convinced the young group of receivers were ready to step up and produce.