Tyrod Taylor has learned the Baltimore Ravens playbook. He understands what it takes to be part of an NFL team, and has adjusted to being a rookie quarterback in a locker room filled with veteran leaders.
There will be a mass of cuts made by NFL teams this weekend. There is a great chance that the Ravens can look among the scrap heap and find them a worthy back-up.
Vinny & Kenny host Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times for a Ravens update.
Exhibit A as to why I hate preseason football.
The only color that matters in the NFL is green.
Will Tyrod be the backup? Where will Cousins go?
Mike Duffy of BaltimoreRavens.com on the Ravens Offensive Line, Back-up QB & more on Friday’s win
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver David Reed overcame a rough start against the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday night to make a strong debut in his first game since offseason wrist surgery.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens both ended their preseason touchdown droughts Friday night.
Not a whole heck of a lot out there. It’s a who’s who of nobody’s.
Baltimore is in a tough spot as they look for a new #2 quarterback.
Right now Tyrod Taylor is the backup and that should leave no Ravens fan feeling confident.