Elvis Dumervil is days away from returning to the stadium he called home for his first seven years in the NFL and facing off against his former team.
Ozzie Newsome wasn’t content with merely tinkering with a team that won the Super Bowl.
John Harbaugh isn’t going to pretend it’s imperative that the Baltimore Ravens beat the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night.
Super Bowl contenders upgraded their rosters either by trade or free agency. Losing teams added talent in the hopes of making a run at the playoffs. Here are 10 of the most noteworthy moves.
Michael Schottey of Bleacher Report joins the Scott Garceau show to talk NFL and preseason football. Michael talks about the NFC South and if there could be a new division winner in the New Orleans […]
Zinno continues his Ravens training camp tour and he caught up with 3rd year LB Josh Bynes to talk about this off-season and looking forward into 2013.
Amid all the baseball talk, the NFL was making headlines for suspensions as well with Von Miller of the Broncos facing a 4-game ban.
Bucky Brooks from NFL.com joined the Scott Garceau with Jeremy Conn Show to talk recent NFL news and the upcoming season.
I admit that the exodus from the Ravens was tough to swallow at first.
I do like the most recent moves and think they are better in the long run for the organization.
While there is no doubt the Ravens have a plan with their defensive overhaul, the addition of Elvis Dumervil was part luck and part preparation.
Twenty-nine year old Elvis Dumervil has officially joined a franchise with a very rich history. Having spent the last seven seasons with the Broncos, he departed over a contract and fax “snafu.”