Mike Preston Saw 'A Lot Of Positives' From The RavensPreston said, "I know it's preseason, and it's the first one, but I was excited about some of these young players."
Wayback Wednesday: Former Dunbar Head Coach Bob WadeThe head coach of the team, Bob Wade, joined Ed Norris and Rob Long to talk about his influences on the players, how to better the school through hard work, and the impact this team has made on the city of Baltimore.
Who Could Win The Heisman Trophy?Ken Zalis from PressBoxOnline.com joins Ed & Rob to discuss the potential candidates for the Heisman Trophy winner.
Who Should Be The Ravens Starting Tight End?Sarah Ellison of BaltimoreRavens.com joined Rob and Jerry Coleman this morning to talk about the Ravens' off season.
Norris & Long On Machado: "I Don't Believe He's Re-signing Here""The longer the season goes this way, I'm more in the category of getting rid of Manny. I don't hate Manny, I don't. I love Manny Machado. I just, in my heart of hearts don't believe he's resigning here," said Rob Long.
Wayback Wednesday: Former Basketball Player Muggsy BoguesAmerican retired basketball player Tyrone Curtis "Muggsy" Bogues joined the Norris and Long show for Wayback Wednesday.
Lombardi On The Ravens: 'It's Time To Let The Young Guys Play'Tony Lombardi of the Russell Street Report joined Ed and Rob to discuss the Baltimore Ravens' interests in players like Victor Cruz or Anquan Boldin.
Ryan Mink Shares His Pick, The Ravens Outlook For The Draft & MoreRyan Mink from BaltimoreRavens.com joined Ed and Rob to talk about who the Ravens may select with the 16th pick tonight in the NFL Draft.
Did J.J. Hardy Have A Bad Night Or Is This A Bigger Sign?Roch Kutbako of MASN.com joined Norris and Long this morning to recap the Orioles loss to the Red Sox in Boston.
Wayback Wednesday: Former Sportscaster For WJZ John BurenFormer sportscaster for WJZ John Buren joined Norris and Long for this week's Wayback Wednesday.
Way Back Wednesday: Baltimore Legend Reggie WilliamsThe 1981–82 Dunbar Poets finished the season at 29–0 during Williams's junior season and finished 31–0 during his senior season, and were ranked first in the nation by USA Today.
Way Back Wednesday: Walt WilliamsWalter "The Wizard" Williams was a sharpshooting 6'8" forward/guard at the University of Maryland from 1988 to 1992.
Marc Spears Talks Wizards' Halfway Through The NBA SeasonThe Washington Wizards are on a roll right now in the eastern conference. They finished the first half of the season with a dominant win over the Indiana Pacers.
Will The Ravens Can Or Keep Players Like Pitta And Juszczyk?Tony Lombardi of the Russell Street Report joined Norris and Long to discuss what the Baltimore Ravens may be looking to do in the off season.
Buck Showalter Talks Pitching, Playoffs, Puppies & MoreOrioles manager Buck Showalter joined Ken and Ed this morning live from mini camp in Sarasota, Florida.