To say that the 2013 Baltimore Ravens struggled on offense would be a massive understatement.
I can already tell you what the #Ravens slogan is… or at least should be. NO SURPRISES. Think about it. It’s the theme of the year.
This year the addition of Gary Kubiak’s offense with a zone blocking scheme will benefit the players but it will let Juan Castillo teach what he knows best.
It’s unknown at this time which free agents the Ravens will retain of their own, the full draft order or who will be available on the street.
The defending Super Bowl champions are coming off of the worst loss of the season even though it was by a mere six points. With the loss to the Browns now behind them, Baltimore has to play harder and those filling in have to step it up as the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals come to town.
A football website posted a list of the most disappointing players at the mid-season point of the NFL.
The Ravens are getting healthier as each week passes. Not at full strength, Baltimore has had to fight for wins without some of their key personnel. But with players returning to practice, help may be on the horizon.
Ravens starting left guard & second-year player Kelechi Osemele joined Zinno for a few minutes to talk football.
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.
Much is being made of that but come on folks, this is flat out coach speak out of Owings Mills.
Vinny & Rob show, LIVE from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, are joined by Greg Cossell of NFL Films.
It’s the latest out of Ravens training camp. The Baltimore Sun’s Aaron Wilson said the Ravens need to continue to evaluate kicker Billy Cundiff and also discusses the changes to the offensive line in the absence of Bobby Williams.