Ravens Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees RetiresBaltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees is retiring following a successful NFL career that began with the New England Patriots.
Ravens' Suggs Ramps Up Intensity And Workouts In 15th SeasonNow in his 15th season, the Ravens' career sacks leader is the lone remaining star from a renowned unit that once featured All-Pros Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Haloti Ngata.
Former Raven Bernard Pollard Comments On Harbaugh, Dean Pees & MoreFormer Ravens safety Bernard Pollard joined the show this morning to talk about the state of the Ravens, the circumstances surrounding his departure from Baltimore and his recent tweets about head coach John Harbaugh which got a lot of traction of social media over the weekend.
Ravens' No. 1 Defense Testament To Time-Tested System"We know how we want to play fundamentally," Pees said. "You just have to play that way."
Could Ravens Be In The Market For A Veteran Wide Receiver?The Ravens have a short week of preparation as a showdown with arch rival Pittsburgh is on the horizon. The Ravens will need to bring their A-game if they expect to acquire their first win of the season.
Ravens 2014 Season Tinged With Controversy, Yet Ends With Great CoachingThe Ravens 2014 Season can be boiled down to one thing — phenomenal coaching. But that won't be how this team will be remembered. It'll be forever tied to the events prior to the season involving Ray Rice.
Steve Davis: Ravens Firing Squad OutMan, the dogs were out today, after the Ravens cut Chykie Brown and Dominique Franks.
Will Ravens Get Lucky In Indy?Ryan Mink, writer for BaltimoreRavens.com, joined the guys to take a look at the matchups in Sunday’s clash between the Ravens and Colts.
New-Look Ravens Defense Coming Along NicelyBaltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees likes what he's seen thus far from a unit that has seven different starters from the team that won the Super Bowl last February.
Dean Pees Talks Ravens OffseasonDean Pees talks about the newest additions to the Ravens Defense and what that means for other player.
Ravens D-Coordinator Pees Has Own Means Of SuccessWhen it comes to running the Baltimore Ravens defense, Dean Pees has no regard for history, tradition or statistics.
Ravens Defense May Be Getting Their Groove BackThe fans of Baltimore have experienced something new in the 2012 NFL Season: A below average Ravens defense. The defense hasn't been able to stop the run or the pass for the majority of the season. Coaches went to work to figure out a way to fix any glaring holes they could find. For now it appears they are headed in the right direction