Following that tough opening week loss at Denver, when Peyton Manning emphatically announced himself as an MVP frontrunner for the 2013 season, the Baltimore Ravens were looking to get back on track this week with a much more appealing home game against the Cleveland Browns. It seems as if people keep suggesting that the Browns […]
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On the final day of minicamp last week, the Ravens’ projected starting left guard, Jah Reid, was injured and carted off the field. Reid is currently in a competition for the backup right tackle and the starting left guard positions. It was reported that Reid left the field with a calf injury. Reid measured in […]
He”s a 10-year veteran with a Pro Bowl under his belt, but that”s not stopping this 32-year-old from participating in the Ravens” voluntary OTA”s this week. While older players such as Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Matt Birk are sitting out the team”s voluntary OTA”s, left tackle Bryant McKinnie, has been on the practice field […]
Former Baltimore Ravens left tackle Jonathan Ogden is considered by many to be one of the frontrunners for the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame class. But before we get ahead of ourselves, the former UCLA Bruins standout learned he’s been inducted into another Hall of Fame. Ogden, a four-year starter and one of the […]
The Baltimore Ravens filled their biggest need Friday night in round two of the 2012 NFL Draft, as the team selected Kelechi Osemele, an offensive lineman from Iowa State, with the 60th overall pick. The 6-foot-6, 333-pound Osemele played left tackle in college but a lot of scouts see him as a guard in the […]
Baltimore Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie must find a way to fork over $4.3 million to a company that gave him a loan before last year’s lockout. Pro Player Funding, a company that specialized in lockout loans last year, has obtained a judgement against McKinnie ordering him to pay $4.3 million, according to TMZ. McKinnie, […]
The Baltimore Ravens have retained starting left tackle Bryant McKinnie, electing to pick up his $500,000 roster for next season, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times. There had been buzzing that the Ravens were thinking of parting ways with McKinnie because they had a visit scheduled with free agent Eric Winston, the […]