The Ravens have plenty of questions that need answered on Saturday when they host the Washington Redskins in the third preseason game.
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Former NFL offensive lineman Wally Williams joined Ed and Steve to talk about playing Joe Flacco in the pre-season with injuries to the O line.
The documentary style ad portrays Joe as being unable to throw a successful football party.
As practice games go it was a thriller reminiscent off legendary practice games of the past like the Derrick Anderson to Randy Hymes 66 yard overtime classic that beat the Redskins in 2005.
Joe Flacco and backup quarterback Matt Schaub directed first-quarter touchdown drives, and the Baltimore Ravens beat the New Orleans Saints 30-27 Thursday night in a preseason opener.
“You definitely want to be on the field and play, but I know my role,” he said. “I feel I have some experience under my belt where I can really provide some assistance, so I’m looking forward to that. But I wouldn’t say it ever gets easy, because you want to be out there and play.”
The Baltimore Ravens face the New Orleans Saints Thursday in their first pre-season game.
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith announced his retirement from the team Monday during a press conference.
The preseason is about protecting front-line players from injury with limited exposure while evaluating rookies and borderline roster candidates against like caliber competition.
I think most experts and fans believe this is a 3 team race and the Browns will be pulling up the rear again.
More news from training camp, cornerback Lardarius Webb failed his conditioning test, which kept him off the practice field when training camp began this week in Owings Mills and earned him a spot on the physically unable to perform list until he passes.