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Archive for August, 2011

Lee Evans Quite The Catch… Literally

In just his first game as a Baltimore Raven, receiver Lee Evans made his presence felt while demonstrating the type of impact he he can have on this offense in 2011. Evans, 30, began practicing with the team just six days prior to his outbreak against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Wisconsin product had 3 […]

Ravens Harbaugh Apologizes to Chiefs and Haley, But Why?

I completely understand Baltimore Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh’s reasoning to throw deep, call two timeouts in the final 34 seconds and score a touchdown, despite a commanding 24-13 lead. Outside of the coaches, many of the players, including the younger ones fighting for roster spots, understand Harbaugh’s rationale. After all, this is the preseason. […]

Battle Of Tight Ends: Ed Dickson or Dennis Pitta?

The vacancy at tight end after the Baltimore Ravens released 11-year veteran Todd Heap will be filled by two second-year players, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta. Last year with Heap receiving the bulk of the playing time, both Dickson and Pitta made just minimal contributions to this team. However, that won’t be the case this […]

Ravens Flacco Considers Himself An Elite QB, Why Shouldn’t He?

Just days after Giants quarterback Eli Manning was cornered into calling himself an “elite quarterback” on Tom Brady’s level, the Ravens Joe Flacco was at it saying he too is an elite quarterback. Flacco, who appeared on ESPN Radio’s “The Scott Van Pelt Show” Wednesday, had this to say when asked if he considers himself […]

Ravens Need to Lock Up Ngata, Sooner Rather Than Later

Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti is surprised that the team has not signed Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle Haloti Ngata to a contract extension, but he remains optimistic a long term deal will get done at some point. Reportedly, the Ravens have been in hard negotiations with Ngata the past two weeks. This is what Bisciotti had […]

Ravens Experimenting Along Right Side of Offensive Line

After a rather disappointing showing in Thursday’s preseason opener against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Baltimore Ravens have elected to move Oniel Cousins to right guard. The move will now press 3rd round pick Jah Reid into action as the teams starting right tackle. Cousins really can’t do much worse at guard than tackle, that’s for […]

Potential Veteran Backup QB Options for Ravens

The retirement of veteran quarterback Marc Bulger could force the Ravens to explore a weak free agent market for a back up to Joe Flacco considering Flacco is the only QB on the Ravens roster with any playing experience. His current backup, 6th round draft pick, Tyrod Taylor was 19-28, including 2 interceptions in his […]