I’m not about to compare this to the 2000 Ravens defense, but it looks like this defense could be an upper echelon defense.
After one of the darkest two days in Ravens history, the “Purple and Black” came out and proved on a national stage that despite no matter what a team goes through when the whistle blows all the focus is on the game.
Maryland will have an interesting schedule this year obviously playing some big teams. A game that will be played at home is Ohio State and a few away games in clued Michigan and Penn State. Right now, on paper the Terps have some great players including a quarterback, great receivers, and great running backs.
Our intern, Ben, takes a look at the Ravens’ defensive front 7, why it’s important and why it’s better than what we thought we had last year.
Taking over for Ray Lewis was never really a problem last season for Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Daryl Smith.
Owen Daniels welcome to Baltimore! The 2-time Pro Bowl pick has agreed to a 1-year deal and should be a nice 1-2 tight end punch with Dennis Pitta.
The Ravens and linebacker Daryl Smith have agreed on a four-year deal that solidifies the middle of Baltimore’s defense.
Really, should we be surprised that the Ravens didn’t dive head first into free agency? Not if you’ve been paying attention for 18 years.
If Steve Smith comes before Darryl Smith, that offense better plan on scoring 30 points a game because they will definitely be giving up a lot of points too.
Ryan Mink of BaltimoreRavens.com joined Zinno on Last Call to discuss it. Mink says it was a necessity to bring Monroe back given the number of holes on the offensive line.
Mike Preston joined Ed & Ken to talk about the Ravens new coaching hires.
It’s unknown at this time which free agents the Ravens will retain of their own, the full draft order or who will be available on the street.