Wally Williams is a former NFL offensive lineman who played for the Browns, Ravens, and Saints.

Wally joined Ed and Steve to talk about veterans reporting to Ravens training camp.

Steve asked Wally about his take on the evolving New England Patriots deflate-gate situation. Wally said that he is leaning towards siding with Tom Brady at this point, “these are deflated balls were talking about, I think four games and the money loss is excessive, I just don’t believe this is that significant and the circus behind this is absurd.”

Ed asked Wally about what he thinks about the Ravens heading into the season. Wally is very confident about the Ravens prospects heading into the season saying, “I think they’re going to be great. I think this is the year where we see Joe become more commanding.” Wally also added that he thinks by the end of the regular season Baltimore will be a well oiled machine.

Wally also commented on Terrell Suggs’ remarks about showing up to camp out of shape and on the disappointing start to former first round pick Matt Elam’s career.


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