After huge injuries to both Lewis and Webb, the Ravens could receive a boost if they decide to field Terrell Suggs on Sunday. If the reigning defensive player of the year is on the field, it gives the Texans one more player to worry about. And with Jimmy Smith and Ngata still dealing with nagging injuries, the team needs all the help it can get.
Ravens S Bernard Pollard joined The Norris & Davis Show to give insight into the injuries to Ray Lewis, Lardarius Webb and Haloti Ngata.
Lewis suffered a season ending injury to his right triceps in the fourth quarter of the game Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens continue to dodge the proverbial injury bug heading into their Week Five matchup against the Cowboys. Besides Terrell Suggs, the Ravens should be at full strength. Haloti Ngata was limited in practice all week but will play on Sunday.
As the 2011 season was drawing to a close, Haloti Ngata felt like a 335-pound weakling.
The Ravens are feeling the heat. The first full squad practice of training camp was held on Thursday.
Ray Lewis said the game has changed so he adapted by losing weight. Photo by Jerry Coleman
Bleacher Report’s Senior NFL Draft Lead Writer Matt Miller joined the Vinny and Rob Show today and talked Ravens, particularly his thoughts on Ray Lewis being ranked #20 overall in the NFL Network Top 100.
Next week the Ravens are off to Westminster, sorry make that the castle in Owings Mills. Anyway, training camp opens next week with John Harbaugh’s Mighty Men aiming for a 5th straight trip to the playoffs and the second Super Bowl appearance in the teams 17 year history.
Ravens Defensive Tackle Haloti Ngata was voted the NFL’s 9th best player on NFL.com’s Top 100 Player’s List of 2012.
For all they accomplished — an unprecedented perfect record at home, a division title and a berth in the AFC title game — the Baltimore Ravens nevertheless fell tantalizingly short of reaching their ultimate goal. Again.
Haloti Ngata discusses how the Ravens are preparing for their playoff game next Sunday.