Ray Lewis will be enshrined into the Ravens Ring of Honor. Ed Reed will most likely play for the Houston Texans. The Ravens Week 3 will be full of emotion as two of the most popular figures in Baltimore sports return to M&T Bank Stadium.
It’s early in the season, but the upcoming matchup against the Houston Texans could have major playoff implications when things are all said and done. Couple that with a reunion with former Ravens safety Ed Reed, and you’ve got the makings for what could be a very intense football game.
It’s going to be a different kind of season for the Baltimore Ravens. For the first time in their 18-year existence, middle linebacker Ray Lewis won’t be on the roster.
MIKE MELTSER OF HOUSTON SPORTSRADIO610 JOINED THE GLENN YOUNES SHOW TO TALK ABOUT HOUSTON AND BALTIMORE SPORTS.
The Ravens continue their march through training camp in Owings Mills amid some high temperatures. One of the new members of the team, safety Michael Huff joined Zinno for a few moments after practice on Monday.
The first day of training camp for the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday was strange, not because of who was in attendance — but because of who wasn’t.
Zinno has brought back his “hypothetically speaking” segment where he throws out scenarios that could or would happen and debates both sides with listeners and callers.
“When you talk Mt. Rushmore, you don’t talk about 3 or 4 years. You talk a career.”
Ozzie Newsome wasn’t going to make the same mistake twice.
The day is finally here. President Barack Obama honors the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens at the White House south lawn.
Ed Reed call into the Glenn Younes Show on the eve of being honored at the White House.
The Ravens keep shuffling the deck and reloading. The team which has been a contenders in each of the last five years, is trying for number six.