A football website posted a list of the most disappointing players at the mid-season point of the NFL.
We don’t have Bryant McKinnie to kick around anymore…and the Ravens O-Line still had problems.
As the Ravens get set to start their Super Bowl title defense, former Raven Mike Flynn – who was asked to come back to Baltimore to help kick-off the season – spoke with Zinno about what it’s like defending a title.
So it’s finally here, the start of the defending champs season. Plenty has changed and only time and games will tell the results. Here are a few things on each side of the ball to keep an eye on.
I am not looking for too much out of the new guys, Stokely and Clark. I know what they can do. I will be looking at the young receivers again to see if anyone can step up.
Gino Gradkowski and A.Q. Shipley have become the center of attention on the Baltimore Ravens’ offensive line.
It may not be much to look at, in years past that’d be true but post Super Bowl purge, the Ravens in Tampa is something of interest… to me at least.
So the Ravens sold out their 2013 tickets in 15 minutes. What took so long, remember this is the only teams with a chance to defend the Lombardi trophy.
Gino Gradkowski, Ravens Center, joins the Scott Garceau Show to discuss the start of training camp for the reigning Super Bowl Champions.
Two Ravens players spend their Saturday night gambling.
The Baltimore Ravens agreed in principle to a two-year deal with LT Bryant McKinnie on Thursday. The transaction means that the team has stablilized it’s offensive line for the 2013 season.
Filling in for Glenn on Tuesday night, Zinno was joined by Ravens Center Gino Gradkowski. Zinno questioned Gino about his rookie season and winning a Super Bowl. Gino then gave his feelings about Joe Flacco […]