The Baltimore Ravens preseason schedule has been announced as of Thursday afternoon.
Another notable NFL injury occurred on Saturday, and though it may sound less serious, it may be much more serious in the long run. Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker sustained his fifth concussion in a full year on Saturday, and it’s not known what his status is for week one.
“It’s tough to tell with these head injuries. The NFL obviously wants to be very careful with these concussions,” said Schalter. “They’re going to treat him with kid gloves, and honestly, they have so many options at WR in Denver, it might not slow them down at all. Emmanuel Sanders looked as though he may surpass Welker on the depth chart anyway.”
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Lardarius Webb, out with a back injury, did not practice Wednesday at Ravens Training Camp. This raises questions about the Ravens’ depth at secondary, specifically the corner position.
Rob Long was joined by Ken Zalis of fansfantasyfootball.com on the Vinny and Rob Show.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers sideline reporter TJ Rives joined the Glenn Younes show to talk about the 2013 Buccaneers. In a contract year for Josh Freeman, Glenn asked if this is the year he makes the […]
Ira Kaufman of the Tampa Tribune joins Scott and Jeremy to discuss the upcoming match-up between the Ravens and Bucs. Ira and Scott also discuss the Hall of Fame ceremony since Ira was responsible for […]
Harbaugh: “There are a lot of guys that have an opportunity right now that are on the bubble to make this team. So, we’ve got decisions to make here and for other teams to take a look at. So, they’ve earned that, they deserve that, and that’s what we’ll do.”
Discussing how evenly matched teams are in the AFC and predictions for the AFC North.
Position battles, Running Backs & who could surprise during the Ravens Preseason.
Vinny & Kenny bring in Aaron Wilson to talk about the Ravens.
The team has to perform better than they did last Thursday. No, it’s not about wins and losses, but sustaining drives and finishing tackles.