With the fingerprints and lip marks still fresh on the Lombardi trophy, Baltimore was already looking ahead to the 2013 season and beyond by beginning to retool the roster.
Sure, the Ravens were lucky to get Elvis Dumervil. But, you know what, I do believe in the saying “luck is when preparation meets opportunity.”
After capturing their second Super Bowl in franchise history, the Ravens off season is off and running, as expected more than a few members that were a part of that storybook run to the Super Bowl, will not return.
When teams like the Ravens win championships we hear about family atmosphere, one heart beat, and the love that fueled said champions to the title.
Bernard Pollard was the Ravens leading tackler and his toughness is second to no one in the NFL.
It may appear the sky is falling in Baltimore with the news of one departure after another but the Ravens will still field a team in 2013.
I know the initial reaction is to pan the Boldin trade, and wonder how they could only get a sixth round pick. To me, you have to withhold judgment until we see what they do […]
The trade by the 49ers for Anquan Boldin was good for all 3 parties involved. The Ravens made out well.
As I am saddened to see that the Baltimore Ravens have traded WR Anquan Boldin to their Super Bowl rival San Francisco 49′ers, I also understand the harsh business of the National Football League.
ESPN Insider writer KC Joyner joined Ed & Steve to talk about the story he wrote encouraging the Patriots to sign Ed Reed.