The Baltimore Ravens are roughly $10 million under the NFL’s new salary cap of $120.6 million, which begins Tuesday, according to an article by CSNBaltimore.com’s, John Eisenberg. While the Ravens don’t have nearly as much money to play with like their AFC North divisional rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals, who are a league-best $48.5 million under […]
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Outside linebacker Jarret Johnson is the Baltimore Ravens” iron man, having played in a franchise-record 130 consecutive games. But Johnson”s not sure if he”ll be returning to be the work horse and perennially underrated talent many Ravens fans have come to know and love. “I don’t know, we’ll see,” Johnson said, via BaltimoreRavens.com. “We’ve got […]
The 2011 Baltimore Ravens defense is looking to making its own mark in this year’s postseason. In 2000, when Baltimore defeated the New York Giants, 34-7 in Super Bowl 35, the Ravens had pound-for-pound the greatest defensive unit off all time. So any good defense in Baltimore is going to draw comparison’s to the unit […]
Outside linebacker Jarrett Johnson is one of the toughest, most durable players in franchise history, and is finally getting his due. Johnson has been named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for week four. He’s the third Ravens linebacker in the first four weeks of the season to win the award, following Terrell Suggs and Ray […]
The Rams are coming off a 28-16 Monday night loss against the New York Giants, which has given them one less day to prepare for the Ravens. Quarterback Joe Flacco believes that a full week of practices, meetings, and film study should benefit the Ravens, according to the Baltimore Sun: “It is nice to get […]
As the Baltimore Ravens fly out to St. Louis to battle out with the Rams this Sunday, here are some key matchups to look out for. Ravens conditioning vs Rams hurry up offense The Rams deployed a Patriots-like no-huddle offense for a brief period against the N.Y. Giants. The Giants were so unprepared for it […]