VIEW OF AN NFL AGENT
Baltimore Ravens Columnist John Eisenberg Talks Ravens Offseason, contracts and casualties.
The NFL Playoffs are never without their story lines. In the career of an NFL player/coach, one has the opportunity to form friendships that go deeper than football. So is the case with Chuck Pagano and the Baltimore Ravens. Though the two will face off for a chance to play in the divisional round, the relationships that connect the two parties are special indeed.
The once-esteemed defense of the Baltimore Ravens is almost unrecognizable these days.
It was with no small amount of angst that cornerback Cary Williams declined a $15 million, three-year offer from the Baltimore Ravens during the past offseason.
There’s really nothing eye-catching about the Baltimore Ravens this season — except their record.
As the Baltimore Ravens began their bye week, the focus was on the future instead of the immediate past.
Baltimore outside linebacker Terrell Suggs has been activated for Sunday’s game at Houston.
Anything can happen, particularly when you factor in turnovers, but the Ravens are reeling. This is a daunting task.
For years, the Baltimore Ravens have won because of their defense. Now they’re winning in spite of it.
The Baltimore Ravens suffered huge injuries to Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb. With new players having to step up, the question remains whether or not the sky is falling in Baltimore.
The Ravens made the rounds, donating their time to students in Baltimore. They also talked about losing Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb for the rest of the 2012 season.