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.
Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie restructured his contract Tuesday to remain with the team.
McKinnie agreed to a restructured contract with Ravens and then joined 105-7 THE FAN’s Glenn Younes last night.
Bryant McKinnie joined the Glenn Younes show Tuesday night, hours after getting his contract renegotiated with the Baltimore Ravens. He talked about the process of the contract renegotiating.
The Ravens were making moves just six days prior to their season opener against the Bengals. Matt Vensel joins Zinno & Ken Weinman to discuss the state of the Ravens and some of the recent decisions made about the 53-man roster.
The secondary still worries me because it is supposed to be the strongest unit on the field and Calvin Johnson had his way with them.
After missing four practices to open the start of camp, McKinnie reported to the team’s facility over the weekend.
When Bryant McKinnie finally gets on the practice field at Baltimore Ravens training camp, the big left tackle may have to compete to retain his starting job.
Another hot day in Owings Mills for the second day of Ravens training camp.
The Ravens are feeling the heat. The first full squad practice of training camp was held on Thursday.
Aaron Wilson talks Ravens’ mini-camp on 105.7 The Fan.
When we last saw the Baltimore Ravens play, Bryant McKinnie was the team’s starting left tackle. By that, and the fact that the team just gave him a $500,000 roster bonus back in March, you would assume that would still be the case in 2012. Right?