Tackle Bryant McKinnie Acquired By Dolphins From RavensTackle Bryant McKinnie was traded Monday by the Baltimore Ravens to the Miami Dolphins, who needed to shore up a leaky offensive line.
Terry Ford: Well, I Guess It Wasn't All McKinney's FaultWe don't have Bryant McKinnie to kick around anymore...and the Ravens O-Line still had problems.
Packers Squeeze Past Ravens 19-17 In 1st Home Loss Of SeasonThe Green Bay Packers defeated the Baltimore Ravens 19-17 in the Ravens first home loss of the season.
Justin Tucker Nails Game Winner As The Ravens Take Down The DolphinsThe Ravens aren't a finished product by any means. But they still have the ability to defeat any team in the league. That's exactly what took place when the Ravens stepped into Miami to battle the Dolphins.
Ravens Beef Up Struggling O-Line With Eugene Monroe DealThe Baltimore Ravens ran out of patience waiting for their lackluster offensive line to become an effective group.
Exclusive Audio: Jacoby Jones Addresses 'Party Bus' IncidentBaltimore Ravens Wide Receiver Jacoby Jones joined 105.7 The FAN’s Bob Haynie on the weekly “The Jacoby Jones Show” heard Wednesdays on 105.7 the FAN & addressed the recent “Party Bus” Incident.
Ravens Must Continue Defensive Dominance In BuffaloThe Ravens offense may not be quite where they want to be at this point in the season, but the Ravens defense looks to be in mid-season form. Terrell Suggs appears to be an early candidate for Defensive Player of the Year and James Ihedigbo has been a pleasant surprise for Baltimore. Whether the Ravens can play this well on the road remains to be seen.
Scott Garceau: Keep An Eye OnSo the Ravens sold out their 2013 tickets in 15 minutes. What took so long, remember this is the only teams with a chance to defend the Lombardi trophy.
Jerry Coleman: Super Bowls Are Not Won, But Lost In Training CampField Reporter, Jerry Coleman went to the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens Training Camp to see what the players and coaches had to say about this year's camp. They all seem focused on the task at hand.
Bob Haynie: Ravens Keep McKinnie. A Good Move?The Baltimore Ravens agreed in principle to a two-year deal with LT Bryant McKinnie on Thursday. The transaction means that the team has stablilized it's offensive line for the 2013 season.
Ravens Veteran Tackle Bryant McKinnie Agrees In Principle To A 2-Year DealWe’ve seen Ravens come and go since the Super Bowl. Well, one decided to stay put: starting offensive line Bryant McKinnie has agreed in principle to a two-year deal.