No matter how great the front office is, and it’s great, no team can be perfect… but Baltimore did an extraordinary job during free agency, the draft and post draft signings.
“Did I want it? No. Do I understand it? Yes.” “It’s a business, but the way it ended in Baltimore? You cannot write a better book.”
Arguably the greatest safety ever to play will now do so in Houston. It’s sad, it’s upsetting to many fans but it’s the sad reality of the business of football.
Seeing Ed Reed in that Texans cap and watching him hold up the blue and red number 20 jersey about broke my heart.
The Ravens are staging their own version of March Madness, the only thing missing is Dickie V and the brackets.
I’ve come to grips that this happens in sports, especially football, but Ed Reed was just one of my favorites.
The Ravens have turned over their roster more than any other Super Bowl team. 6 starters are gone and more could be on the way out. How is this a good thing?
Jason La Canfora joined the Glenn Younes show Monday night to go over the breaking news that was Ed Reed signing with the Houston Texans.
Former Ravens Director of Player Personnel Phil Savage joined Last Call with Mark Zinno to talk about the Ravens recent moves.
When teams like the Ravens win championships we hear about family atmosphere, one heart beat, and the love that fueled said champions to the title.
It may appear the sky is falling in Baltimore with the news of one departure after another but the Ravens will still field a team in 2013.
The Baltimore Ravens have signed free agent defensive end Chris Canty, who spent the previous four seasons with the New York Giants.