Lee Evans is caught in a pickle: to play or not to play Sunday, that is the question. Evans, who has been hampered by an ailing left ankle injury, may lean on the side of caution this Sunday in St. Louis, despite his itch to play. Allowing Evans to sit out this week to allow [...]
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Staff predictions are back! This week, the Baltimore Ravens (1-0) travel down to LP Field to take on the Tennessee Titans (0-1). While there isn’t much to worry in this game, we must always remember that anything can happen on any given Sunday. The Titans will look to upset the Ravens, who are coming off [...]
Jimmy Smith Rookie cornerback Jimmy Smith, who injured his left ankle in the Ravens 35-7 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers, is out for Sunday’s matchup against the Tennessee Titans. In fact, Head Coach John Harbaugh believes the rookie corner may be sidelined “a few weeks.” As if the Ravens weren’t already shorthanded at cornerback. Chris [...]
Welcome to a new weekly column on The Purple Chaos, called “Wednesdays with Walker.” A member of the team at Baltimore Sports Report, Edgar Walker will join us every Humpday to share his thoughts on all things Ravens. First off, let me introduce myself. My name is Edgar Walker, and I’m not a lot different [...]
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Lee Evans was back at it on Labor Day after missing about a week of practice with a left foot injury. Evans, 30, was sidelined immediately following the Ravens 34-31 win over the Washington Redskins in Week 3 of the preseason and has been seen wearing a protective walking boot. Evans [...]
Yesterday, Lee Evans did not participate in practice, marking his third consecutive missed practice. The seven-year veteran sat out Saturday’s session with a protective boot on his left foot, and was absent from Monday’s practice at the Ravens training facility. However, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron doesn’t think the injury should be cause for concern: “Sure, [...]
The Baltimore Ravens 34-31 win last night over the Washington Redskins shined a light on the teams biggest problems: the communication errors in the secondary, the makeshift offensive line and a team still in search for an identity three games into the preseason. In the first quarter, before the Ravens could even blink, they were [...]