Travis Thomas: Top 5 Worst Ravens Draft Picks All TimePro Football Spot writer Zach Krueger joined Travis in studio with me to break down his list of the top 5 worst Ravens Draft selections.
Scott Garceau: Ozzie’s Best & Worst Round By RoundWhen Newsome started his first draft by selecting Hall of Famer Jon Ogden and lock Hall of Famer Ray Lewis he was on his way to building one of the best draft resumes in the game.
NFL Player's Release Strong Reactions To Ray Rice Assault Video
Vinny Cerrato: Ravens O-Line Will Be Better!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.
Glenn Younes: 2014 Ravens Offseason NeedsIt'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.
Steve Davis: Takeaways From State Of Ravens PresserWhat we learned from the Ravens annual press conference when team personnel went "off the record".
No Excuses: Ravens Have Talent To Improve OffenseThe defending Super Bowl Champions have had a rough go of it in 2013. The wins have been scarce and the losses have been heartbreaking. But through it all, the Ravens remain in the playoff hunt. But if Baltimore doesn't improve offensively, none of it will matter.
Bob Haynie: Ravens Keep McKinnie. A Good Move?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.
Steve Davis: Ravens Still With QuestionsAfter the Draft, there are still 2 gaping holes on offense. Left tackle and wide receiver.
Glenn Younes: Knocking Out K.O. At Left TackleMuch is being made of that but come on folks, this is flat out coach speak out of Owings Mills.
Joe Flacco, The Offensive Line And Salary Cap IssuesVinny & Rob show, LIVE from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, are joined by Greg Cossell of NFL Films.
'Blind Side' Family Relishes Big Easy Super BowlA knowing grin spread across Sean Tuohy's face as he considered the uncanny connections between the hit film that changed his family's life and the fact that Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Michael Oher will play in his first Super Bowl in the Big Easy.