Most likely the best lineman in the NFL suffered a season ending ankle injury in the Baltimore Raven’s 24-10 Victory over the Cleveland Browns today. In the 2nd play of the 2nd Half Yanda went down with what first seemed like a sprain. He was later found to have a much worse injury. The Ravens […]
I believe in Joe Flacco. I believe even more in a healthy Joe Flacco. And that has been the story of the Raven preseason. When is Joe going to return and when is he strong enough, and without pain to get back under a new center and get back to leading the Raven franchise. The […]
Ravens head coach and starting quarterback talk about the state of the injury-plagued Ravens on the eve of their first preseason game against the Washington Redskins.
OWINGS MILLS: As Ravens head coach John Harbaugh left the podium after Thursday’s post training camp practice press conference, a reporter who apparently knew Harbaugh well enough to make the remark, told the coach he had just sounded like Arizona Senator John McCain. Harbaugh smiled back and said “really? Wow” then paused for a second, […]
The former Eagles Pro Bowl wide receiver has benefited from the NFL’s tight-knit coaching circles that seemed never ending, On all three teams he was/is coached by a Philadelphia Eagles head coach or offensive coordinator.
Ravens Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda talks about his shoulder injury and recovery going into the summer and new season.
No Panic Needed In Baltimore – By Stanford Routt
Since the turn of the new millenium, Baltimore has always been one of the most stable pillars when it comes to consistency on the field and in the front office in all of sports. Whether it was Hall of Famers like Ray Lewis riding off into the sunset or Ed Reed switching teams “Purple Pain” still found its way. The team’s record and lack of scoring from the starting unit this preseasons has drawn much ire from the Ravens Nation.
This is the time of the year when you read all those “season previews” and see what magazine or sportswriter or broadcaster is picking which team to be in San Francisco for Super Bowl 50.
Finally, in their 20th year of existence and after two Super Bowl victories, this is the first time the Baltimore Ravens are on that dance card as a “favorite.”
By Brian Baldinger
September 17, 2015
Please do not be fooled by the boyish handsome looks, nor the easy going smile, or the swashbuckling charisma that oozes naturally from the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, John Harbaugh.
Former Super Bowl Champion Head coach Brian Billick breaks down the reasons the team he took to the promised land in 2000 has as good a chance to win the NFL title and anyone.
No. 1 on his list is Ravens Pro Bowl quarterback and South Jersey native Joe Flacco