After much speculation over the weeks following Jim Caldwell’s departure for the Detroit Lions Head Coach spot, the Ravens announced the hiring of former Houston Texans Head coach Gary Kubiak.
The wake left following the 2013 8-8 season for the Baltimore Ravens has been a bit bigger than I might have expected. Let’s consider a few realities.
After the Ravens conducted their annual “State of the Ravens Address”, it was clear that the brass of the organization wants to make 2014 much more successful.
What’s next for the 8-8 Ravens after winning the Super Bowl just a season ago?
The Ravens 2013 season ended in bitter disappointment for players, coaches and fans. But while the year ended on a sour note, the front office, in terms of personnel, has taken a step backward – the correct step – in hopes of producing a consistent Super Bowl contender in the coming years.
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is heading back to Baltimore Monday morning after spending the night in Chicago because a team doctor advised him not to fly after Baltimore’s game against the Bears.
The Baltimore Ravens say general manager Ozzie Newsome remained in Chicago following Sunday’s game against the Bears because he was not feeling well.
The Defending Champion Ravens will arrive in Denver with a few new faces on the roster this season.
Ozzie Newsome wasn’t content with merely tinkering with a team that won the Super Bowl.
Jerry Coleman had the opportunity to talk with Hall Of Fame Left Tackle Jonathan Ogden 1-on-1 as he became a part of Football history over the weekend.
He’s the cornerstone of the Ravens franchise. And Saturday night in Canton, Ohio, Jonathan Ogden will receive football’s highest honor.
Those of us who had a front row seat for his Hall of Fame career know Ogden is one of the best to ever play the game. This weekend the biggest man ever inducted into the hallowed halls of Canton takes a bow.