The Baltimore Ravens agreed in principle to a two-year deal with LT Bryant McKinnie on Thursday. The transaction means that the team has stablilized it’s offensive line for the 2013 season.
We’ve seen Ravens come and go since the Super Bowl. Well, one decided to stay put: starting offensive line Bryant McKinnie has agreed in principle to a two-year deal.
After the Draft, there are still 2 gaping holes on offense. Left tackle and wide receiver.
If we listen hard enough every coach says something that’s theme is never having that opportunity with these guys again… It’s true as much as it is coach speak, teams change!
Much is being made of that but come on folks, this is flat out coach speak out of Owings Mills.
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.
Vinny & Rob show, LIVE from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, are joined by Greg Cossell of NFL Films.
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Bryant McKinnie stood in the middle of the Superdome and marveled at the spectacle that surrounded him.
There’s no doubt that Joe Flacco has taken the sports world by storm with his exceptional passes. But this is the same Joe Flacco we’ve seen all season. The difference lies in the offensive line.
Pregame Playlist Featuring 49ers Linebacker NaVorro Bowman And Ravens Offensive Tackle Bryant McKinnie
It takes a heavy library of new and oldschool jams to keep today’s pro football players motivated, and to get their heads in the game before playing a formidable foe. Check out what these players listen to while getting pumped before a big game, or in this case, the Big Game.
Many fans and analysts have already packed it in for the Ravens. The defense is beat up. The offense lacking an identity. But the Ravens will play the game all the same, just in case they’re wrong. Teams have done it before; teams have defied the odds. And Harbaugh firmly believes this team is no different.