The Defending Champion Ravens will arrive in Denver with a few new faces on the roster this season.
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.
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.
The Baltimore Ravens have bolstered their receiving corps, agreeing in principle to a contract with tight end Dallas Clark and signing wideout Brandon Stokley to a one-year contract.
After losing Dennis Pitta to a dislocated hip, the Ravens signed 37-year-old possession receiver Brandon Stokley on Saturday to help steady a team that doesn’t have much depth at receiver. Now, the team is helping its tight end corps, signing 34-year-old Dallas Clark to a contract.
Andy Lindahl, Denver Broncos sideline reported with KOA, joined The Scott Garceau Show and gave us a glimpse into how Denver is reacting to this Peyton Manning signing.
Backup linebacker A.J. Edds was the only active Colts player who did not travel with the team to Baltimore on Saturday.
Colts tight end Dallas Clark and linebacker Pat Angerer could be back in the lineup Sunday at Baltimore.