The Ravens have been banged up for a few weeks now. But players are beginning to get healthy. And for Baltimore, it couldn’t come at a better time.
John Harbaugh knows the Baltimore Ravens must improve their running game if they are to reach the playoffs for a sixth consecutive season. Against Buffalo on Sunday, however, Harbaugh was convinced Baltimore couldn’t win by rushing the ball. So he called upon Joe Flacco to throw on virtually every play.
The Ravens have had a case of the injury bug since 2012. With Baltimore approaching the second quarter of the regular season, getting healthy is crucial if they hope to keep pace with the Cincinnati Bengals. Lucky for them, Ray Rice appears to be getting healthy.
Baltimore Ravens Wide Receiver Jacoby Jones joined 105.7 The FAN’s Bob Haynie on the weekly “The Jacoby Jones Show” heard Wednesdays on 105.7 the FAN & addressed the recent “Party Bus” Incident.
Antonio Freemen joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Ravens
Speaking out. For the first time since the infamous party bus brawl, Jacoby Jones is talking about the incident, denying that an altercation ever even happened.
Party bus brawl. A Ravens star was injured after he was hit over the head with a champagne bottle. Sources tell WJZ Jacoby Jones was out with multiple other players when he was injured by a stripper. But that woman, named “Sweet Pea,” now says she is not a stripper.
Party bus brawl. A Ravens star was injured after he was hit over the head with a champagne bottle. Sources tell WJZ Jacoby Jones was out with multiple other players when he was injured by a stripper.
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Having any player on the injury list is never a good thing, but when a backup player is on the list, it’s more manageable. Of the eight Ravens listed on the Week 3 injury report just three are starters. Former Raven Ed Reed may be unable to suit up as Houston takes on his former team.
The Ravens left last Thursday’s game against Denver a little banged up, but they expect most of their players to be there for their first divisional match-up on Sunday against the Browns.
The Baltimore Ravens may be without its star kick returner Jacoby Jones for up to six weeks, sources say.