Yesterday was a beatdown, I hope the Ravens got it out of their systems.
I’m not saying it’s definitely going to work, but you have to give Ozzie Newsome and company credi
O line at 70%? Recruits follow uniforms not tradition?
My favorite part of tonight’s game? The end of course
Still massive at roughly 370 pounds, new Baltimore Ravens left offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie says he’s working hard to get down to his usual playing weight of 350 pounds.
Bryant McKinnie was cut from the Vikings because he was fat. Now, after working out for three weeks, the Ravens are hoping that the former Miami Hurricane standout will return to form and help anchor an offensive line that could use the help.
I wanted to give you a few of the matchups and players I will be looking for the game against Kansas City.
It’s far too early to declare this a crisis, but the Baltimore Ravens’ offensive line is definitely off to a shaky start.
I have finally left the Stone Age and arrived to the year 2011 as I decided to sign up for a Twitter account today.
Seems like everyday someone else is getting in trouble for writing before they think on Twitter.
Michael Oher joined The Norris & Davis Show to talk about The Ravens off-season AND his new book ‘I Beat The Odds.’ Micheal will be signing books at Barnes & Noble Powerplant tonight at 7pm and Border’s/Timonium Saturday at 2pm.
The Baltimore Ravens expect injured free safety Ed Reed and offensive tackle Michael Oher to play in
Sunday’s wild-card playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs.