Coming up this Sunday, is the annual NFL snooze-fest, known as the Pro Bowl.
I was looking at the Ravens salary cap and I think one of the big issues facing the team is that their highest paid players underperformed this year. Every single one of them.
The Ravens will be well represented at this year’s Pro Bowl. Linebacker Terrell Suggs, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, guard Marshal Yanda and kicker Justin Tucker were all selected to play in Hawaii.
After a big time battle against the New York Jets, the Ravens quickly turn their attention to the division Pittsburgh Steelers. With the short week to recuperate, it’s easy to believe that Baltimore will be limping onto the field on Thursday. But that doesn’t appear to be the case as the Ravens seem to be healthier than they’ve been all season.
Joe Flacco threw a 66-yard touchdown pass to Jacoby Jones, Justin Tucker kicked four field goals and the Baltimore Ravens shut down the sputtering offense of the New York Jets in a 19-3 victory Sunday.
The New York Jets have placed wide receiver Jeremy Kerley on the inactive list for their game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Kerley leads the Jets with 28 receptions this season. It’s the second straight game he’s been inactive because of an elbow injury.
The Chicago Bears had to wait out a long rain delay and put in extra time to come away with a much-needed win.
The Ravens physical style of play usually leaves their injury reports rather active. This Sunday will be no different as a few key players on defense are currently dealing with injuries.
After capturing their second Super Bowl in franchise history, the Ravens off season is off and running, as expected more than a few members that were a part of that storybook run to the Super Bowl, will not return.
Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata joined Zinno on “Last Call” to discuss the Ravens Super Bowl XLVII victory.
Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller and defensive tackle Kyle Williams have been added to the roster for Sunday’s AFC Pro Bowl roster, replacing Super Bowl-bound Baltimore Ravens players Ray Rice and Haloti Ngata.
The Baltimore Ravens overcame an assortment of injuries and obstacles to return to the AFC championship game, one victory from reaching the Super Bowl.