The best NFL teams get rid of players a year too early rather than a year too late.
Running back Willis McGahee, former Pro Bowl tight end Todd Heap, wide receiver Derrick Mason and nose guard Kelly Gregg have been told they will be cut, coach John Harbaugh confirmed Tuesday.
When will the Ravens put the pads on?
Everyone wanted football back, but Monday’s news from Owings Mills reminded us of the harsh business side of the NFL.
The ink wasn’t even dry on the new CBA between the NFL owners and players when the Baltimore Ravens broke out a giant pair of scissors.
It’s just business – but, it hurts!
Joy turns to harsh reality. The Ravens are poised to cut about $18 million to make room under the new salary cap.
Ask anyone that played the game during his time or grew up watching him, and Mackey is the standard bearer for tight ends.
What do we do now? After being up 21-7 at halftime, the Baltimore Ravens had about as colossal a collapse as one can imagine.
Yes, I’m aware that this is Joe Flacco’s third season taking the Baltimore Ravens to the NFL playoffs. Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs was the first time though that Joe Flacco had a big hand in winning the game.
We have been saying all season long that the Ravens haven’t given us sixty minutes of football. On Sunday, they got really close.
The battle-tested Ravens humbled a youthful Kansas City offense in a smothering second half Sunday, holding the Chiefs to 25 yards over the final two quarters en route to a 30-7 victory. Now it’s back to Pittsburgh on Saturday in the second round of the AFC playoffs, a showdown between bitter division rivals who split their season series.